WITH the Bath half marathon falling victim to the weather the organiser of the Chew Valley 10k has appealed to frustrated runners to come and give the event a try on Sunday June 10th.
“Even though the Chew Valley 10k is shorter it’s got a pretty big hill half way round!” said organiser Emma Robinson.
“Now into its 6th year of running, this friendly, community event offer a scenic yet challenging 10k, and attracts beginners and seasoned runners, many of whom return year after year.
“Every year has been a sell-out, and last year 800 runners entered the race, which was started by Bath-based Olympic Pentathlete Heather Fell (pictured).
“It raises a lot of money for South West charities, this year supporting NICU Support (delivering breast milk to premature babies in neonatal units in RUH, Southmead & other hospitals) and St Peter’s Hospice SW, (supporting the Room to Care appeal), plus local schools.”
If that appeals then why log onto the website to get an entry: