In short: Lovely scenic course with very good organisation. In full: The start area, on Glaxo's Cricket Ground, was ideal with plenty of free parking, a refreshment tent(Tea and a cake £1), a baggage drop tent, BBC athletics commentator Stuart Storey starting the race and even a brass band playing the the Chariot's of Fire theme tune.
The race reached its 500 entry limit on race day morning so for next year you may need to pre enter to be guaranteed a place. Date of review: October 17, 2010
In short: Great alternative to a Sunday long run In full: Well organised, nice countryside, excellent signing on the paths and complimentary lovely home made cakes, tea and orange juice at the finish. Well done Royston Runners. Date of review: September 19, 2010