Yeah I will - it was the first year they did it and they probably weren't aware of the negative association with it. That said, they may have done quite well out of it as they were providing the massages, so it may be commercially good for them even though it's a shabby event.
Having run this today, I can confirm that organisationally it is the worst race I've ever run (I did it as a favour for one of the sponsors). Chaos for the first couple of km with walkers being mixed with proper runners on a narrow course. The route didn't match what they said, then bag collection was a shambles. It took me as long to get my bag as it did to run the race. The bags weren't organised and you basically had to try and spot your bag in amongst 1000s. Clearly my own fault for bringing a black rucksack rather than a personalised number which would stand out. And the results "service" is non existent. And all for the princely sum of £50. Charity runners - just give the money straight to charity and run around your local park. Competitive runners - do not touch this race with a barge pole.
Mine came up a little long, but not as much as that. There was a bit where I lost satellite reception so I just put it down to that. Or it could be that the course wasn't as shown on their pre-race course map? Of course, for £50 entry fee, do we really expect a well organised race?