The inaugural Oswestry 10K taking place this October has hit several milestones this month. More than 550 runners are now registered to take part with entries from all over the UK, including Scotland, London, the North West and the Midlands.
There are new partners onboard to support the event, including the Borderland Rotary Club, who will be providing marshalling for the event and in return receiving 20% of the entry fees to support local causes.
The route, which starts and finishes on Church Street on Sunday 13 October, is open to all runners over the age of 15. The start time is 9am and the cost to enter is £21.50.
Charity partner Hope House now have a team of 50 runners taking part and will be providing a drinks/cheer station outside Hope House on the day of the event.