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Balfron 10K 12 May 2019
As part of the Balfron 10k’s commitment to deliver a “greener” event for 2019, we are asking for help to share details of the race via social media and word of mouth to save the printing of posters and flyers, many of which are discarded and contribute to unnecessary waste. It would be great if you could share our event by sharing this image of some of the finish line goodies which will be available this year. These include a wooden medal which can be used as a keyring, a reusable metal water bottle and t-shirt. There will be stalls selling food and drink and the Primary Parent Council is organising a 1500m fun run for P6 and P7 age pupils with registration on the day. All details can be found on the Balfron 10k Facebook page and we would be very happy to give you reciprocal promotion of your organisation or any events you have coming up. Many thanks, Alison https://www.facebook.com/balfron10k/
Gryffe Valley 10K (Houston area) Sunday 19 May Rotary 10K 2019 Final Poster
West Lothian College 5km Road Race will take place on Wednesday 22nd May at 7pm. http://www.west-lothian.ac.uk
Giffnock North AC 10k (open to all aged 15 and above) on Thursday 6th June 2019. The event also includes the ” Race to the Pond and Beyond”, a 2.5km race in Rouken Glen park offering the opportunity for secondary school pupils in East Renfrewshire and the South Side of Glasgow to participate and also enter teams (the winning school will receive £500 for a charity of their choice). Primary fun runs will also take place. https://www.entrycentral.com/GNAC-Festival-of-Running
Kilmarnock 10K Roon the Toon Sun 9 June
Stonehaven Half Marathon. Sunday 7th July 2019. Starting point and registration : The McRobert Pavillion, Glenury Park, Stonehaven AB39 3XY Stonehaven Half Marathon will be run over a route made up of local roads and some forest tracks.
Loch Lomond 10K Saturday 22 June 2019
Calderglen Harriers Trail Running Festival Friday 28 June 2019
The race is a 42k relay with 2,110m of ascent, run in four stages. It starts and finishes in Comrie village in Perthshire and follows a highly scenic route up and around the hills surrounding Glen Lednock.
Legs 2 and 3 cover rough mountain terrain, while Legs 1 and 4, although challenging, are closer to trail races. As last year, Leg 2 will be single runners rather than pairs.
Loch Ness Marathon 6 October 2019 5 Months To Go!