CASTLE ROCK 10K

As part of our Green Healthy City initiative, we are offering 20 free places to Nottingham BID members wishing to take part in the fun and friendly Castle Rock 10K run on Friday 19th August 2022 at 7pm.

After a three year absence, the Castle Rock 10K will return on Friday 19th August 2022 and Nottingham BID are happy to announce that they will be funding 20 places for Nottingham BID members.

One of Nottingham’s premier running events for those of all abilities, it comes perfectly timed as a preparatory run for the Robin Hood Half. All runners receive a finishers t-shirt.

The route is around the iconic University of Nottingham campus and Lakeside Park, which is easily reachable via tram and bus from the city centre.

Sponsors are Up & Running who are based in the city, as well as Nottingham’s own Castle Rock Brewery who will provide a beer tent at the finish line.

To claim one of the spaces, please complete the form here: https://forms.gle/HroVLVc3Tm2Lfbbd7 which will be passed on to Formula One Running Club who are helping to organise the event.

Deadline for applying for a place is August 5th @ 12noon. You will be notified if you are successful in claiming one of the 20 spaces.

Nottingham BID will also provide all runners with a free complimentary running vest.

 

Click here to find out more and to sign up to the 10K - deadline to enter: Friday 5 August 2022.

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