Sunday 7th May
Back again this year on Sunday 7th May are the ever popular 3k Fun Run and 10k Road Race. The 3k Run starts at 10am and the 10k Race starts at 11am. As in previous years, registration will be in The Clubroom with car parking available at the Playing Fields. The events will be on a closed road course following the familiar route out along the High Street towards Bidwell Cottages with a turning point before Clopton Church for the 10k race. The start/finish line will be on the High Street near The Wheatsheaf Pub. Refreshments will be available in The Clubroom and the Village Shop will also be holding a BBQ.
Registration WILL close at 15 minutes before each race to allow an on time start. To avoid disappointment, it is highly recommended that you register in advance (and elect to receive your race number in advance) for either race at www.titchmarshplayingfield.org.uk where further details on the event are also available.
This popular event attracts many competitors and spectators to the village and we are aiming to have an incident free event that is accessible and enjoyable to all. To keep it as safe as possible for our competitors, a Road Closure Notice will be in place along the course. The Road Closure will be in place from 0945-1230 during which time vehicle access to the High Street will not be possible.
For people who park their vehicles on the High Street and in order to keep the course free of obstacles for our competitors, would you please ensure that your vehicle is moved off the road by 0930 on that day? The Car Park at the Playing Fields will be available for your use if you need alternative arrangements.
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause; however, it will allow our races to take part on a closed-road course, free from obstructions.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this closure, please contact Paul Fletcher on: firstname.lastname@example.org
With many thanks in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
The Titchmarsh playing Field Association Committee
Event kindly sponsored by Bulley Davey