Oxford Mail: New ox5 run banner 2014

Sign up for the OX5 Run on Sunday, March 30, 2014 to help raise funds for the Oxford Children’s Hospital. To register online click on the graphic above. For more information call 01865 743444
If you or someone else has a special reason for entering then please email our OX5 Reporter Emma Harrison
Why not watch the video of the 2013 OX5 Run to motivate yourself?

Off and running for entry to our OX5 extravaganza

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Saturday 25th October 2014

THE starting gun has been fired for next year’s Oxford Mail OX5 Run as places open for runners in the fundraising extravaganza.

OX5 Run sets new record by raising £112,000

Oxford Mail: OX5 run logo

8:00am Monday 16th June 2014

RUNNERS in the Oxford Mail OX5 Run have smashed records by raising £112,000 for the Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Trophy tonic for this year's record-breaking OX5 stars

Oxford Mail: Winners from The H Team, Harry Millard-Green and Harriet Thomas. Picture: OX66756 Damian Halliwell

10:00am Saturday 3rd May 2014

RUNNERS have been honoured for their roles in this year’s record-breaking OX5 Run.

OX5 Runners are urged not to forget setting alarms an hour earlier

Oxford Mail: INSPIRED: VIcky Harris with her son, Alfie

7:30am Saturday 29th March 2014

MORE than 1,000 fundraisers will gather in the grounds of Blenheim Palace tomorrow for this year’s OX5 Run.

Mum tells why she’s joining 1,429 others for Sunday’s OX5 Run

Oxford Mail: Jacqui Budd and Steve Hicklin and their daughter Sienna, in intensive care at the Oxford Children’s Hospital when she was about a week old

6:00am Thursday 27th March 2014

JACQUI Budd will join a record 1,430 people on the OX5 Run on Sunday for the “fantastic” hospital that cared for her daughter.

Dad in the running in OX5 to say thanks to hospital

Oxford Mail: Paul Murray will take part in next Sunday’s OX5 run as a thanks to Oxford Children’s Hospital, where his son Michael was treated for a brain tumour 17 years ago. Picture: OX1166075 Damian Halliwell

5:00pm Saturday 22nd March 2014

MORE than 1,250 runners will be at Woodstock’s Blenheim Palace next Sunday for the OX5 run in aid of Oxford Children’s Hospital. KATRIONA ORMISTON talks to one of those taking part whose son benefited from the good work of the hospital

‘My little girl was diagnosed with arthritis at age of one’

Oxford Mail: Lucy and Ian Baker with children Hannah and Archie

5:00am Saturday 15th March 2014

AFTER four weeks suffering from a mystery illness a toddler was diagnosed with childhood arthritis.

Doctor to run OX5 for children he has treated

Oxford Mail: Junior doctor Viz Ravindran is taking part in the OX5, a hilly course around the grounds of Blenheim Palace   Picture: OX65771 Antony Moore

12:00pm Thursday 13th March 2014

A CHILDREN’S doctor has been inspired by the youngsters he treats to take part in the OX5RUN for Oxford Children’s Hospital.

1,000 runners sign up for OX5 Run

Oxford Mail: Oxford Children’s Hospital play specialist Sam Mortlock, left, with youngsters Josh Kirby, 10, and Danny Fielden, eight, and fellow staff member Claire Mulligan

11:00am Saturday 8th March 2014

THE number of runners signed up to the OX5 Run passed the 1,000 mark yesterday.

OX5 Run: Mum runs to thank hospital for its care + Video

Oxford Mail: Jenny Alleway, from Didcot, with her two-year-old son Harry who has been treated at the Oxford Children’s Hospital for breathing problems. Mrs Alleway is taking part in the OX5 Run. Picture: OX65741 Simon Williams

11:00am Thursday 6th March 2014

THERE are just 24 days to go. And organisers are hoping this year’s OX5 Run will prove to be a record-breaker.

OX5 Run: Mum on the run to say thanks to Oxford Children's hospital for helping toddler

Oxford Mail: Ceri Caven with Max

3:00pm Saturday 1st March 2014

AT just two years old, Max Caven has battled through six operations at the Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Firms asked to raise OX5 cash

Oxford Mail: Rob and Kate Allen, centre, from Allen Associates with their team in the OX5 Run     Picture: OX65588 Marc West

1:00pm Thursday 27th February 2014

BUSINESSES are being called upon to team up for the OX5 Run and raise money for Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Prime Minister rallies behind OX5 Run fundraiser for children’s hospital

Oxford Mail: Prime Minister David Cameron meets Oxford Children's Hospital patients Finlay White, nine left, and Zac Dunkin, five

8:30am Saturday 22nd February 2014

RUNNING the country was put on hold yesterday as David Cameron urged Oxfordshire to support the Oxford Mail’s OX5 Run.

Running the OX5 helps sick little tots like Lena

Oxford Mail: Karolina and Stephen Pilton with 18-month old Lena and son, Adam, four

10:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014

A DAD whose three-week-old baby was rushed into Oxford Children’s Hospital with breathing difficulties is one of 700 people who have now signed up to run next month’s OX5 Run.

‘Run is my way of saying thank-you’

Oxford Mail: Bridget Hopwood, left, warms up for the  OX5

5:00am Saturday 15th February 2014

A MUM watched in horror as a purple rash covered her son’s body.

Trainee nurses keen to give something back to hospital

Oxford Mail: Colette Smith, Emma Johnston, Becky Hughes, Alicia Jones, Emily Ratcliffe and Lisa Howes are some of the trainee children’s nurses undertaking the OX5 Run. Picture: OX65236 Andrew Walmsley

3:00pm Thursday 13th February 2014

A TEAM of trainee children’s nurses are scrapping their scrubs for running kits to help raise money for the Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Never too old to race in aid of great cause

Oxford Mail: Tony Baker, 78, gets ready for the OX5 Run. Picture: OX65035 Damian Halliwell

12:00pm Thursday 6th February 2014

A GRANDFATHER has joined more than 400 people in signing up for this year’s OX5 Run.

Hospital staff going the extra miles for poorly children

Oxford Mail: Left to right, Sue Emsden, Emily Wright, Gabrielle Dent, Tim Gustafson, Ella Hughes and Caron Houchen Picture: OX64860 Damian Halliwell

5:00am Thursday 30th January 2014

STAFF working in the surgical ward of the Oxford Children’s Hospital give their all to care for extremely poorly children every day.

Mum to run OX5 as thank you for son’s life-saving treatment + Video

Oxford Mail: Hayley and James Munro with their children Elizabeth and Matthew

11:00am Tuesday 28th January 2014

A MUM whose premature baby was rushed into hospital just before Christmas has thanked the Oxford Children’s Hospital for saving his life.

Mollie won't be fit in time but urges others to sign up for big race

Oxford Mail: Mollie Boyce had surgery on her foot last Tuesday

5:00am Tuesday 14th January 2014

A TEENAGER recovering in hospital after her third operation in five months is looking forward to getting back on her feet.

Step out and help hospital hit £100k in OX5 Run

Oxford Mail: Runners taking part in last year’s race at Blenheim Palace

10:00am Monday 6th January 2014

OXFORDSHIRE residents are being urged beat the post-Christmas blues and get fit by signing up for the OX5 Run.

We’re under starter’s orders for the OX5 Run for charity

Oxford Mail: RUNNING: Andy Styles, who used to work as a fundraiser at the Oxford Children’s Hospital, with the team from STL Communications

5:00am Saturday 28th December 2013

AS a former member of staff at Oxford Children’s Hospital, Andy Styles knows how vital it is to raise money for young patients.

Five-mile thank you run for hospital that cared for son

Oxford Mail: Mum-of-two Sarah Watson with her son Sam. Picture: OX64243 Denis Kennedy

12:00pm Thursday 19th December 2013

AS a baby, Sam Watson was rushed into accident and emergency by his parents because he was struggling to breathe.

'If I can do OX5 so can others'

Oxford Mail: GOOD CAUSE: Sarah Vaccari with her daughter Rosa

5:00pm Thursday 5th December 2013

BEFORE I first took part in the OX5 Run I didn’t ‘do’ running writes Sarah Vaccari, who helps organise the OX5.

Two good reasons why OX5 keeps on running

Oxford Mail: BRAVE: Tabitha Durkin with her five-year-old son Zac, left, and Suzanne White, with Finlay, nine, will be running next year’s OX5

5:00pm Thursday 5th December 2013

A BRAVE boy fighting cancer has had a 10-hour operation to help him beat the disease.

Some very good reasons for you to run next year's OX5

Oxford Mail: Maizie Rose, two, with mum Emily Stone and dad Phil Rose

9:30am Tuesday 15th October 2013

THE race is on to raise £100,000 for young patients at Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Hospital joy at OX5’s record-breaking £87k

Oxford Mail: WINNER: Les Newell receives his cup from children’s development officer Penny Hambridge after coming home first in the five-mile run at Blenheim Palace

11:00am Friday 31st May 2013

A RECORD-breaking total of £87,000 has now been raised for the Oxford Children’s Hospital from this year’s OX5 charity run.

Record-breaking run raises £70,000 for hospital

Oxford Mail: Oxford Children’s Hospital patient Laura Thompson, front centre, with winners and sponsors from this year’s record-breaking OX5 run. Picture: OX58572 Andrew Walmsley

7:00pm Thursday 18th April 2013

A RECORD-BREAKING £70,000 was raised for the Oxford Children’s Hospital at the annual charity OX5 Run this year.

Souvenir pictures of OX5 runners are now on sale

Oxford Mail: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3169187

5:00am Monday 11th March 2013

WE have souvenir pictures of this year's OX5 Run available for sale, with links below to help you find images of you completing this great event.

2013 OX5 Run results: Where did you finish?

Oxford Mail: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3169187

7:00pm Monday 11th March 2013

The recorded results for the 2013 OX5 Run on March 10, 2013

OX5 2013: It's the best yet

Oxford Mail: OFF AND RUNNING: A fast pace is set at the start of yesterday’s OX5. Men’s winner Les Newell can be seen in a bright green shirt, obscured third from right

9:00am Monday 11th March 2013

BATMAN and Robin were not the only superheroes at the annual OX5 Run yesterday.

OX5 Run: And they're off.....

Oxford Mail: Raymond Blanc and Hannah England start the race today

11:10am Sunday 10th March 2013

HUNDREDS of runners have started this year's OX5 charity race at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock in aid of the Oxford Children's Hospital.

Mark sheds whiskers for big OX5 event

Oxford Mail: City councillor Mark Lygo is transformed, thanks to hairdresser Amy Russell

4:40pm Friday 8th March 2013

ONE runner will be chillier than normal when he lines up to start the Oxford Children’s Hospital OX5 run at Blenheim Palace on Sunday.

Linda’s ladies leading the way for hospital

Oxford Mail: From left, Lisa Warland, Lynne Stracey, Linda Davies and Selina Davies

1:00pm Tuesday 5th March 2013

LINDA Davies watched bricks and mortar being turned into the Oxford Children’s Hospital in 2007.

Raymond's ready for the OX5 again

Oxford Mail: Celebrity chef Raymond Blanc

6:25pm Friday 1st March 2013

WITH just one week to go, celebrity chef Raymond Blanc is confirmed as the official starter of the OX5 run at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock.

Doctor shows lots of heart in running OX5

Oxford Mail: Brain surgeon Jay Jayamohan and heart surgeon colleague Kim Rajappan gear up for the event

10:30am Wednesday 27th February 2013

A brain surgeon who starred on TV is swapping surgical gloves and scrubs for trainers to help his patients at the Oxford Children’s Hospital.

OX5 RUN: Twins’ team runs to give thanks for care

Oxford Mail: Twins Gethin, left, and Iestyn, with, from left, uncle David Keymer, dad Gareth Keymer, grandmother Judith, sister Lilidh and Elise Donnelly

2:00pm Saturday 23rd February 2013

WHEN Gareth and Nic Keymer’s twins were born prematurely, the couple were told to prepare for the worst.

Businesses urged: Help sick children

Oxford Mail: Staff at Doctors.net.uk who will be taking part in the Ox5 run, from left: Laura Reynolds, Kat Townsend, Gareth Nelson, Laura Knox, Dr Rick Pullinger and Andy Martin                    Picture: OX57433 Damian Halliwell

7:00am Thursday 21st February 2013

WORKERS at businesses across the county are being urged to pull on their running shoes in a bid to raise funds for sick children.

Dad on mission for a 'brilliant' hospital

Oxford Mail: Alfie Trinder tries on his dad Garry’s running shoes ahead of the OX5    Picture: OX57292 Antony Moore

1:00pm Saturday 16th February 2013

CHICKEN pox is usually an unpleasant but harmless disease.

Run the OX5, says the PM

Oxford Mail: David Cameron crosses the line in 2009

2:00pm Saturday 9th February 2013

PRIME Minister David Cameron is urging people to sign up for the OX5 Run, on the eve of its one-month countdown.

Do the run for babies like Maisey

Oxford Mail: Senior staff nurse Rebecca Kendall with one-week-old Maisey Hood                   Picture: OX57108 Antony Moore

1:00pm Wednesday 6th February 2013

A NURSE will mark eight years of caring for hundreds of babies by taking part in the OX5 Run again this year.

Lindsay Gray's novel way of supporting JR with hula hoop

Oxford Mail: Lindsay Gray

1:00pm Friday 1st February 2013

BORN 12 weeks premature in the John Radcliffe Hospital, Lindsay Gray’s lung collapsed three times and staff had to be on hand for round-the-clock care.

OX5 Run: Parents of three ready to run

Oxford Mail: READY TO RUN: Nathan and Kay Thomas will be on the starting line for the OX5 Run to say thanks for the treatment their children, Molly, three, Daisy, one, and 10-week-old Emily received at the Oxford Children’s Hospital

1:00pm Wednesday 30th January 2013

A COUPLE whose three daughters have all been treated at the Oxford Children’s Hospital are taking part in the OX5 Run for the third time.

OX5: Mum runs for son with rare disorder

Oxford Mail: REASON TO RUN: Tracey Lewis, 39, with her boys Joe, five, and behind, 12-year-old Kai, left, and Matthew, 15

1:00pm Saturday 26th January 2013

A WOMAN whose son has a potentially fatal condition will be taking part in the OX5 run to raise awareness about his illness.

Years of fundraising and still going strong

Oxford Mail: Andrew Baker

5:50pm Thursday 17th January 2013

A MAN who had brain surgery is marking 10 years of fundraising for the hospital which changed his life, by backing the OX5 Run.

School mums go on OX5 Run to help hospital

Oxford Mail: From left to right, Lucinda Page with her niece Scarlott and daughter Megan, six, Natalie Flannery with daughter Hayley, five, and Sharon Mallinson with daughter Mollie, six

1:20pm Wednesday 9th January 2013

THREE women are running to raise money for the Oxford Children’s Hospital because of the great care their loved ones received.

Children's hospital cared for mother's premature baby

Oxford Mail: Julia Spargo and Beth

1:00pm Monday 31st December 2012

A MUM whose premature baby was cared for by Oxford’s Children’s Hospital is joining in a charity run to support them.

Set of short movies aim to inspire more fundraisers

Oxford Mail: Front, director Simon Haynes of SH Creative, left, and assistant cameraman Stephen Kuester with, rear, from left, Sarah Vaccari, runner Andrew Styles, personal trainer Barry Grinham and runner Deborah Smit. Picture: OX55960 Jon Lewis

7:00am Wednesday 19th December 2012

A TEAM of volunteers are encouraging people to get their running shoes on for Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Family are all committed to hospital run

Oxford Mail: Paula Thomas is running the OX5 for her daughter Harriet, inset, who has been a patient at the Oxford Children’s Hospital

1:00pm Friday 14th December 2012

THIRTY operations would be enough for anyone, let alone a 12-year-old girl.

OX5 RUN: Fundraisers prepare for 11th charity race

Oxford Mail: Sarah Vaccari and Penny Hambridge of Oxford Children’s Hospital, Rob and Kate Allen of Allen Associates, Simon Haynes of SH Creative and Jo Coady of the Oxford Mail. Pictures: OX55924 Jon Lewis

9:30am Wednesday 5th December 2012

LITTLE Mikayla is only six but she has already endured brain cancer, blindness and chemo-therapy.

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