Lancashire runners prepare for the annual Wesham 10k road race in November.
Kicking off on November 27, the Wesham 10k is one of the oldest 10k road races in the Northwest and follows the tracks of Salwick and Lea Town.
This year’s race will see all runners receive a Lancashire Day cheese and event t-shirt.
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A total of 154 runners completed the first race in 1986, and the event has grown steadily since, attracting large numbers of runners. It has been sold out every year before race day since 2016 and is fast becoming one of the most popular races in the Northwest.
The race has proven to be so popular that the organizers are now holding a second event in the summer, the Wesham Summer 10K.
The first three men and women will receive prizes. The organizers award prizes to the first male and female juniors. They will also award prizes in the masters categories, from M40 to M80 + for men and from W35 to W70 + for women.
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Registration is open to anyone aged 15 or over and costs £ 16 for tethered runners and £ 18 for unattached runners.
A £ 2 discount is applied when verifying the UKA number on the registration form.
For more information visit – http://www.wesham10k.co.uk/
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