Williams BMW Rochdale Half Marathon and 10K 2020 - 12 days of Christmas offer
Date published: 13 December 2019
Williams BMW Rochdale Half Marathon, 10K and Fun Run
The popular Williams BMW Rochdale Half Marathon, 10K and Fun Run will return in 2020 on Sunday 4 October, with a special ‘12 days of Christmas’ offer available.
The ‘12 days of Christmas’ offer makes an ideal present for active friends or family with places in the half marathon from just £17.40 (40% off) and 10K places ready to be snapped up from just £14.60 (25% off).
You can sign up from 8am on 13 December, with 250 special price entries available at:
This year saw 1,300 runners registered, encouraged every step of the way by hundreds of spectators lining the scenic, traffic-free routes covering town and countryside.
The event is organised by Middleton Harriers, Rochdale Harriers and Rochdale Triathlon Club who all support new members, actively encouraging people across the region to share their passion for running.
It’s supported by Rochdale Borough Council and the official charity will be Springhill Hospice.
John Connor, head of business at Williams Rochdale BMW said: “As a family business in the heart of the community we are delighted to be supporting this event, returning as title sponsor for 2020.
“It’s always a great day for runners and fans and we’re already looking forward to bringing so many people together for healthy activity and fun. The feedback we’ve had from this year has been superb and we’re determined to build on it, delivering another great event.”
Do you have a story for us?
Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
All contact will be treated in confidence.
Most Viewed News Stories
- 1Police investigating the rape of 16-year old girl in Wardle
- 2Trams suspended between Oldham and Rochdale following fatal collision
- 3Littleborough care home rated ‘Good’ following unannounced inspection
- 4Security manager prosecuted for allowing fly-tipping at Turner Brothers Asbestos site
- 5‘Disturbing’ number of council staff do not feel safe at work