April 01, 2019 at 10:23 PM
Nathaniel Cars is delighted to announce that we are the official vehicle sponsor for the Cardiff 10K 2019. The race will be taking place on the 1st of September, and is the largest road race in Wales. The event will be raising money for Kidney Wales.
Kidney Wales is a charity that provides funds and resources for vital medical care across Wales for those suffering from renal disease. This includes the provision, maintenance and improvement of kidney dialysis units, equipment and facilities to support patients, and medical research into renal and related diseases. They have been caring for patients for over 50 years now, and continue to be at the forefront of kidney care and research in Wales.
On race day as well as the 10K there will be a 2K family fun run – so anyone can get involved, no matter your running experience! The 10K will set off at 10am, with a route that takes runners around the city, past sights such as Cardiff Castle and the River Taff. Meanwhile, the 2K fun run sets off at 9:15am, and sees anyone and everyone taking part – from children up to grandparents!
Nathan Griffiths, Sales Manager at Nathaniel Cars said ‘We are so pleased to be a part of the 2019 Cardiff Metropolitan University Cardiff 10k & 2k race this year and to support this amazing charity. We hope that our input will help make a difference to Kidney Wales.’
Speaking of the partnership Director of Operations at Kidney Wales Nic Clarke says ‘We are thrilled to be working with Nathaniel Cars over the next year. As a local, family run company they have a fantastic heritage. Similar to our ethos and values for the race they believe in the very best experience for all their customers. Most importantly they are also very understanding of the work that we do at Kidney Wales supporting families across Wales.”
We at Nathaniel Cars are extremely proud to be able to give back to the community, through this sports event and through the brilliant work of Kidney Wales, and are looking forward to seeing you all at the run – be sure to mark your calendar for 1st September!