2014 'Run pays respects at Tyne Cott. 10:45 am

'Runners decided to travel in convoy to Tyne Cot. By kind permission of the CWGC the 'Run took its place in the largest British cemetery. Respondent in Quba shirts, teams stood to attention as John Surtess OBE stepped forward to lay a wreath on behalf of the 'Run.

After affirming that all on the 'Run would never forget, Drummer Ash Cole of the Coldstream Guards stepped forward and the last post echoed across Tyne Cot..... A two minute silence took place and Ash blew the Reveille to signal the ' Runs intent.

The cars then headed South for the Passchendaele museum where private guides awaited for a very special experience.

About Us
Please note that The Beaujolais Run® is a trademarked event in name, logo and event format. We are not an events company, we are reliant and grateful for the generosity of the press and our partners to ensure this great Anglo-French tradition continues and we raise significant monies for charity.
Donate to the Beaujolais Run.
The trademark is vigorously defended against replication or emulation, protected by the Intellectual Property Office. Due to its unique nature and fame, it is impossible to replicate the event without breaching our intellectual property. In all cases all damages recovered will be donated to our charitable causes.
Social Metrics