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Get ready for a rush for Two Castles entries

Blythe Liggins' Richard Thornton with Kenilworth Rotary Club president Richard Martin (left) and race organiser Philip Southwell.

Blythe Liggins' Richard Thornton with Kenilworth Rotary Club president Richard Martin (left) and race organiser Philip Southwell.

The race is on to bag your place in this year’s Two Castles run and join thousands of runners to raise charity cash.

Entries will open for the 32nt 10k charity run at 8am on Saturday March 1 and places for the popular race are expected to sell out within hours.

The athletic event is organised each year by Kenilworth Rotary Club and this time around will be held on Sunday, June 8.

A total of four thousand places are up for grabs and after selling out in 19 hours last year, organisers are warning anyone who wants to take part to get in early and secure a place.

The route takes runners between Kenilworth and Warwick castles and last year brought in over £110,000 for charities and good causes around the towns.

The Leamington Cycling and Athletics Club will lend support, and the day is sponsored by solicitors Blythe Liggins for the ninth year.

Register at www.twocastlesrun.org.uk from 8am on March 1.

Bob Kelly from the Rotary Club said with popularity growing year on year, it is great to see so much support for the charity and event.

 

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