Thanks all - tried runbritain, and did find the ealing mile, but not easy to get to on a fri afternoon if you're not in London.
I did look at the BMC - there is one near me in May that has a vets category - does anyone know how it would be for someone of about 6 min mile standard? - I don't want to be laughed out of there.
I will also try the BMAF/SWVAC. I am running in the Avon League later this summer, but only 1500, no mile, and I really wanted the proper mile this year, ideally with some feel of commemoration of the Bannister mile.
Flying out on Sat and staying at the Copley Marriott. Looking forward to the expo on Sunday too.
Excited - have been doing quite a lot of MRP runs and hill training (easy to find those in Bath!), but as ever not quite as many long runs as I would've liked.
I found a website that correlates flat half M times to Boston M times - x by 2.32 rather than the 2.12 that most race time calculators would work out for a flat marathon. One of my clubmates says that the hills are significant but not absolute killers......