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Hi Tony and everyone
I’m scratching my head about the fixture tomorrow. I haven’t had an email or text message about it, and the fixtures list just says ‘Chorley’. There isn’t a fixtures tab on the website, or a ‘Contacts’ tab, but maybe the website could include that as well.
Information about fixtures and venues, and who to contact, would be good for prospective members, but also for existing members.
Hi – I’m based in the south but I’m due to be up north for a weekend and I wondered if it would be possible to compete in your race at bury on May 25th only I don’t have any information about how to enter. Is it ok to just turn up on the day? Thanks so much.
Penelope – it would be great if you can make it – simply turn up on the day. It’s a 1.30 p.m. start at the Bury Track – see a map on the Club Venues page. Any other info phone Tony on 07547195092 – although he’s in Greece it’s a UK number. Best Wishes.
I heard about your Dick Maxwell Memorial Race.
Is it possible to join this years race on December 7th?
You would be very welcome. The race is at Simister on December 7 – see Club Venues for location.
what time is race start and do i need to register?
Sorry. all the club races start at 1.30 pm and there is no need to register/enter beforehand, Race fee is £3. Have you race walked before? Hoping you can make it. Best Wishes.
I have been wondering and searching how to send a message to the club because I have some photos that you may be interested in, some going back to the 1950s. Could you advise please.
A name from the past.
Well done to everyone who finished the 100. Well done to Jonathan Hobbs winning the race on his first attempt,more to come from him. John cannell,c388