HIGH LEGH ROBERT MOFFAT MEMORIAL 10K CANCELLED
Following our decision to cancel the High Legh Robert Moffat Memorial 10k run on 4th March, we have been investigating various possibilities for re scheduling.
With best wishes
Race Committee of High Legh Community Association and Lymm Runners
With an enviable reputation for being a friendly, welcoming event, the 2018 High Legh 10K – or Robert Moffat Memorial Race to give its official title, is set to be as brilliant as ever.
Organised as a partnership between Lymm Runners and the High Legh Community Association the High Legh 10K is a truly community based event organised by running club members and residents of High Legh Parish.
Race instructions have been emailed to all registered runners and can be downloaded here: 2018 Runners Briefing.
With the recent severe weather we are watching forecasts with acute interest. We will post any update on running conditions via this website and via social media.
We are delighted to welcome Helen Murray back to High Legh. Overall Female winner in 2016, Helen will be helping us to celebrate this year’s winners.
Helen Murray is a keen runner and triathlete from Chelford. When she isn’t training, coaching or doing daft physical challenges, she can often be found baking and fundraising. Helen is well on the way to raising over £20,000 for charity through her recipe books Fuelled by Cake and more recently, Fuelled by More Cake. She also co-hosts the Oxygen Addict Triathlon podcast and somehow finds time to help get Olympians on your TV and radio too. For more information about her charity recipe book, head to www.fuelledbycake.com
The Robert Moffat Memorial Race has a fantastic reputation as being friendly to runners of all abilities as well as spectators. And although early March might be a bit chilly, you can be sure of a warm welcome from the whole of High Legh.
The race starts and finishes near the primary school in High Legh. The school is our race HQ; race registration, baggage drop, loos, First Aid and irresistible home-made refreshments will be available from the PTA. No wonder the race has a friendly, community feel!