Places still available for the annual Two Bays Tough Ten

PUBLISHED: 14:26 14 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:26 14 February 2018

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Closing date for entries to the Two Bays Tough Ten race is on Saturday.

Entries continue to come in, but there are still have places available in both the Two Bays Tough Ten race and the Friendly Five.

Entries will close for both races this coming Saturday. Fun Run entrants can enter on the day. See the race website at www.twobaystoughten.co.uk for further details.

Runners should note that race numbers will not be posted to you this year. These can be collected on race day at Weston College (from 8.30am) or from the Tropicana at the next Weston Prom 5 event on February 22, either prior to or after the race.

With a number of organisations not available to marshal this year, race director Roland Gibbard is looking for additional volunteers to help around the course.

Free entry to next year’s event and charitable donations are on offer to anyone prepared to assist for a couple of hours.

Contact Roland on 07934-753883 if you are available to help.

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