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Edible medals for all finishers in Stoneybeck 10k Road Race!

TrayBakes sponsor 10K race
TrayBakes sponsor 10K race

[E]den Runners, the Penrith based running club, have announced they are again organising a 10k road race that will take place on Sunday September 25th at 10am, with the race headquarters at The Stoneybeck Inn, just outside Penrith

This is the second time the club have put on this race, with last year’s being declared a successful event and this year every finisher to cross the line will be getting an edible medal! The biscuit baked medals will be handed out at the end of the race and are being especially baked by two of the clubs star bakers.

“Home baked biscuit medals seems like a great way to end a race, we are really looking forward to it!” said race organiser and Eden Runner, Wade Tidbury.

“Eden Runners are very excited about putting on this race for the second time. Many who entered the race last year gave us very positive feedback on how they found the route, with many commenting on how it was relatively flat for Cumbria! I think it suits all abilities because of this,” “As a club, we invite all to come along and enjoy what should be a great race!” added Wade.

Last year 120 runners entered the inaugural race and the course record was set for the men by Jon Fletcher from Border Harriers at 33.30 and the fastest woman was Lucy Stobbart from Cumberland AC at 40.35.

“This year we are hopeful that we will fill the race; we are limited to 200 and online entries are now open. In hosting this race we are keen to encourage people to sign up early, to avoid disappointment,” added Wade.”

Online entries for this race can be found through the club’s website; bookings are being hosted by Bookitzone . The race route has been accurately measured and is registered with Run Britain for a race licence. It runs along roads and tarmac footpaths on roads near to the Stoneybeck Inn, on the A6 just north of Penrith.

This is the link to book a place online: https://bookitzone.com/Stoneybeck10k/wp2FFX

If booked in advance, the entry fee for the 10K Race is just £8 for affiliated club runners and £10 for non-affiliated runners for each online entry. If the race limit of 200 has not been reached, there will be entries on the day (£10 and £12). The minimum age limit is strictly 15 years old on the day of the race.

Prizes for the race will go to major category winners: 1st 2nd and 3rd prizes for male and female winners, with a juniors 15 -17 prize and prizes for seniors in the following categories Seniors/40-49/50-59/60+.

Tray Bakes the Penrith based company have announced they are sponsoring the Stoneybeck 10k road race with a delicious donation of a slice of all butter flapjack for everyone who completes the race.

“This is a really generous sponsorship from a local company, Tray Bakes are delicious and giving everyone who completes the race an all butter flapjack is a great idea! I wish I could run the race now!” Said race organiser and Eden runner Wade Tidbury.

“Eating deliciously rich and chewy all butter flapjack is a perfect way to celebrate completing the Stoneybeck 10k race” Added Wade.

“We are delighted to be supporting this race with so many people taking up running we hope the our handmade all butter flap jack will offer incentive to run this race and energy when they finish” Said Justine Carruthers MD of TrayBakes.

Eden Runners, the Penrith based running club, are organising a the Stoneybeck 10k road race that will take place on Sunday September 25th at 10 a.m., with the race headquarters at The Stoneybeck Inn, just outside Penrith.

This is the second time the club have put on this race, with last year’s being declared a successful event and this year every finisher to cross the line will be getting a delicious TrayBake of all butter flapjack and an edible medal! The biscuit baked medals will be handed out at the end of the race and are being especially baked by two of the clubs star bakers, Ann Blues and Pauline Elliot.

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