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Last Updated: Wednesday, 21 June 2006, 14:47 GMT 15:47 UK
Last chance to sign up for Sport Relief
Kirsty Gallacher is getting behind Sport Relief
Kirsty is getting behind Sport Relief
Over a quarter of a million people are set to pull on their red sock and go the extra mile for Sport Relief this week.

More than 100,000 people have already signed up to do the mile on Sport Relief Saturday, July 15.

And a further 200,000 children at schools across the UK are raring to go to raise money for Sport Relief.

Don't worry if you haven't signed up yet as there is one last chance sign up for most of the Miles at the events on Saturday - but make sure you get there early!

Check availability and locations for the Sport Relief Mile

Make sure you go to the Sport Relief website first and check availability for the Mile you want to enter.

The really great news is that the main London Mile is full with a record 20,000 Milers signed up and ready to go - there are other miles taking place in the capital.

Check availability and locations for the Sport Relief Mile

If you have already signed up, please remember to get yourself sponsored before the big day - and don't forget the sunscreen and a hat!

Prince William completed his mile at Sandhurst on Saturday and encouraged everyone to take part in this "awesome" event.

McFly have recorded the official Sport Relief single - 'Don't stop me now'
McFly have recorded the Sport Relief single - 'Don't stop me now'

Speaking afterwards, the Prince said: "I really enjoyed the day. It's awesome.

"I really hope next week that everyone gets involved wherever they are."

Tony Blair has also gone the extra mile, alongside London 2012 chairman Lord Sebastian Coe in Stratford, the venue for the London Olympics.

And David Walliams has topped the lot by swimming the English Channel!

Make sure you watch the documentary 'Little Britain's Big Swim' on Thursday 13 July at 2000 BST on BBC One and on this website.

All we are asking from you is to do one tiny mile.

Sign up now and be part of the biggest mile in history - the 15 National Miles on July 15 are in:

Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle Gateshead, Nottingham, Plymouth and Southampton.

And there are over 260 local miles packed into every corner of the UK - so there is a Sport Relief Mile near to you.

Check availability and locations for the Sport Relief Mile



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