Bridgnorth 10k sell out

Bridgnorth Running Club’s fourth Bridgnorth 10k, which will see 350 runners flock to the High Street on Sunday 29 October, has been a super-fast sell out.
Club chair Scott Mathers explained, “People seem to love our challenging road race and come from all over the region to take part. Runners particularly appreciate the specially-commissioned Bridgnorth medal they get, together with a goodie bag, on finishing. We also have prizes for top three male and female winners.”

This year the race got to the final 12 in the National Running Awards in the best 10k category. It is sponsored by Craven Dunnill and supported by a range of other local businesses. The club caters for all abilities and meets on a Monday and Thursday under the Town Hall at 7pm. For further information see bridgnorthrunningclub.co.uk

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