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PBGP Race 2 – Pinhaw Moor

PBGP Race 2 – Pinhaw Moor:

The weather forecast was crap but as per the brochure it was wrong and the sun came out. Record numbers tonight with 220 runners of all abilities. The cricket club was packed afterwards for the presentation to cheer the prize-winners and to have a few beers with such lovely people. Congratulations and many thanks to Stephen Chew and Barlick Fell Runners for a superb night. It sums up what the event is all about and all for £5 entry. Look forward to seeing you all next week. Cheers JR

Juniors Race 1 Sunday 7th May

RACE 1 SUNDAY 7TH MAY
The brand new Junior Grand Prix series starts this Sunday with the Hameldon Hill race.

This is a Clayton organised event so we’d like to see as many juniors racing as possible.
There will be 3 junior races with race 1 starting at 11.00am PROMPT.

Race 1 – u7/u9
Race 2 – u11/u13
Race 3 – u15/u17

If any of our juniors are 16 on the day of the race then you have the option of running the Senior race. Speak to registration when you get there. You will need to fill in a Parent Consent form too (download here).

You will find all the information and entry forms here.

PLEASE print off and fill in your entry form before race day. It will save so much time at registration. If you are unsure of any details then ask at registration.

The cost for this event has been set at a one off price of £1 by the organiser.

Hope to see as many of you as possible on Sunday.

The PBGP is not just a cracking series of races…

“…the PBGP is not just a cracking series of races it’s a kind of real life, nonline running community with plenty of craic!”

The Pendle & Burnley Grand Prix truly is for all runners: club-based, unattached, leading at the front or bringing up the rear.  We asked Trawden AC‘s Deborah Stevenson to write a few words to sum up her experience of the Grand Prix and it’s a great read!

Grab a brew and have a look here “Nonline bants at the PBGP

We would love to have race reports or write ups from any runners in this years Grand Prix. So if you’re smashing your times or loving the fells for the first time, write a few sentences, snap a few photos (we’re sure David Belshaw will have one or two 😉 ) and send them onto us!