COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus. Typical symptoms include cough & fever, in some people, this may cause additional illness or complications.
As a runner in any sporting event, you must be fully fit and this applies even more in these circumstances. If you have suffered or are suffering from any of the symptoms the advice from the NHS & Public Health England is to stay at home, self-isolate & seek medical advice.
Please do not share bottles or gels on the route, we appreciate the kindness offered in the running community but given current circumstances, it is advised to avoid sharing.
We appreciate in milder weather wearing long sleeves isn't easy but it is a potential option to mitigate wiping your face with hands.
Whilst we would normally suggest making use of the facilities as much as possible please limit the time spent in groups.
At the end of races, we totally understand you want to shake the hand of who you have battled and or supported but given current circumstances, it is advised to avoid hugs or handshakes.
As a race organiser, we have been and will continue to be in contact with Run Britain for advice. We will also be monitoring other public health announcements to ensure we are following up to date guidance.
Our key team will be wearing gloves where contact might be required but as you can appreciate we will no longer be handing sweets out on water stations.
Our entry desks have all been sanitised but please limit the time spent at entry desks where possible.
16th May - Pilling 10km
24th May - Hangman's Noose 10km
7th June - Morecambe 10km
13th June - Pilling 10km
21st June - Fathers Day 10km
All these events are now virtual. All pre entries have been emailed directly.