Cambridge Boundary Run has been running for decades, and is a marathon (26.2 miles) and half-marathon (13.1 miles) race that takes participants around the boundaries of Cambridge.
The Boundary Run  The course traverses roads, footpaths and trails, and incorporates some beautiful and not-often-seen areas of the city. It’s a laid back event with a friendly and pressure-free atmosphere.
Steel Bones Trustee, Steve Morley has agreed with the organisers to enter this year with a team of amputees with each person running 1 or 2 miles before passing the Steel Bones baton to the next in line.
The aim is to raise awareness across the county. 
This year the event will be held on Sunday 11th March (Mother’s Day) and we have entered 10 people so far. 
This is a challenging but fun and rewarding course and we would like to encourage any amputee wanting to take part to get in touch by emailing
More information on the Boundary Run can be found here: