Thank you for taking part and visiting

Thank you for to all our runners, our timers and time sheet runner.

I know everyone is waiting for the results. Due to the weather a number of numbers fell off, please be patient as we need to go through the results and verify.

It was exciting as we had the record broken and T-rex’s. Everyone was brilliant. Also there were some very good cakes! Thank you to all helpers.

Thank you to all our sponsors and supporters.

Today is the Pit Run

There is still the possibility to register for the run. Come to the Centre between 10am and 12pm. For those of you who have registered online, you can pick up your number up to an hour before your race.

There are many things to do. There are over 30 stalls which include food, drink (bar by the Bell), local organisations and societies, accessories among other things. There will also be two live bands. Have a look at the cakes on the Bake Off stall if you haven’t baked.If you have baked please bring them by 1pm.

The Start!
Races will be starting 1;30pm for the children and 3pm for the main race. Roads will be closed intermittently for the safety of the runners, please be patient it is not for long.

At 4pm it is Trophy Presentation, Bake Off winners are announced and the Raffle is drawn.

One day to go

Please register online, it closes today at noon. Further registration sessions are today between 6pm and 8pm and tomorrow between 10am and 12pm at the centre.

We need more Marshals, if you can help it would be appreciated!

As you can see the numbers are waiting for you.

Also a thank you to our sponsor and supporters!

Two more days to go

Please register. Online registration ends tomorrow noon. Check the ‘Where and how to register‘ page for details.

Don’t forget about the Bake Off!

There is a raffle this year again. Tickets can be bought during registration tomorrow night and Saturday morning. Some will also be sold on the Green. This years kindly donated prizes include:

Tusting bag
David Lloyd 14 day family pass
£50 cash from Harrold Centre
Retreat beauty treatment
Spices of Paradise voucher
No.68 Hair cut
Voucher for iTransform fitness session
Muntjac voucher
MOT at John Walsh Motors
Royal Oak voucher
T-light holder and bottle of wine from the WI

Tickets are £1 each or £5 for a book.

1 Week to go

Please choose a organisation you would like to support.
The list this year is:

Carlton Primary School
Harrold Tennis Club
Carlton Village Lunch
Chellington Team Ministry
Harrold Playing Field Association
Harrold Toddler Group
The Chellington Centre
Carlton Squash Club
51st Harrold Scouts
Harrold Pre-School
Carlton Children’s Playing Field
Harrold Centre
Bridgman Bowling club

Wishing all this year’s Pit Runners the very best

Looking forward to running a stall at this much loved event. Come and have a go at our quiz Hear about all the health benefits nordic walking can bring you Hear about all the great walks there are on your doorstep.

‘Nordic Walking is a very accessible activity and something that can be shared by people of different fitness levels. It’s an ideal activity for people who haven’t exercised for a while or who dislike traditional sports or gym activities. An injured person can use the poles to support and guide, working to improve fitness as part of their rehabilitation. Athletes can use Nordic Walking for cross training and incorporate Nordic running. Community groups find it a sociable way to keep fit. If you’d like to shed a few pounds, then Nordic Walking is an enjoyable way to do this. It’s great for fitness enthusiasts who like to try new things. Whatever your age from 8 to 80+, you’ll probably enjoy discovering the benefits of Nordic Walking that improve your quality of life.