Will you be taking part in the Woodbridge 10k?
PUBLISHED: 09:11 08 February 2019 | UPDATED: 09:11 08 February 2019
Runners wanting to take part in this year’s Woodbridge 10K are being warned to ‘stand by’ when entry opens in March as places are expected to go quickly.
The round-the-town charity race, which sees the whole town turn out to cheer the runners, will return to Woodbridge on Sunday, May 19, in its 38th year.
The races, which include a 10k route for those aged 15 and over and a junior 1.5k race for those aged between seven and 15, follow a windy course through the streets of Woodbridge.
The races raise thousands for local good causes - last year £12,000 was split between five charities.
This year the East Anglian Air Ambulance, Fresh Start - New Beginnings, Just42, Lapwing Education, MIND and Suffolk Accident and Rescue Service will all benefit from the race.
A spokesman for Woodbridge 10k said: “Due to the popularity of the races, those wishing to enter are encouraged to ‘stand by’ as the entry system goes live at noon – the races typically fill up within 30 minutes.”
Entry for the races opens at 12 noon on Saturday, March 9.
For more information about race entry, the route and facilities, visit the Woodbridge Shufflers website.