Runners and fun runners are being encouraged to sign up to take part for this popular race, which takes place this year on Sunday 24th September. In addition to the main 10k event, there will also be a 2k fun run.

The event is organised by local business, Natterjack Running, who are encourage runners to raise funds for their charity partner, local sight loss charity, Galloway’s.

The race continues to grow in popularity, with over 1,000 runners taking part in last year’s event.

As always, there promises to be a great atmosphere on the day and all finishers will receive a bespoke medal, t-shirt and a goodie bag to celebrate their achievement.

Race organiser Darrell Soden, owner of Natterjack Running commented: “We are amazed at the support that the Natterjack 10k receives year in year out and we are looking forward to another great event this year.

“We are proud to be supporting Galloway’s Society for the Blind again, in this their 150th anniversary year.  The money they raise from this event, allows them to support more people living with sight loss in the Sefton area. The event raised almost £1,000 for the charity in 2016 and I’m delighted to support them again. Registration is now open and we hope to encourage even more runners this year.”

Fundraiser for Galloway’s, Anna Eddowes-Scott, said: “We are excited to be working with Darrell and the team at Natterjack on this event again. The Natterjack 10k is always a great day for both those taking part and spectating. It provides Galloway’s with the opportunity to raise vital funds, allowing us to support blind and partially sighted people living in the local community.

“This year we are celebrating 150 years of providing support through sight loss. We think this is something to be really proud of! When signing up for the event, we would encourage people to tick the ‘I would like to support Galloway’s’ box.  Everyone that signs up to raise funds for Galloway’s will receive support from our team and will be helping to ensure that we can be here to provide support to those living with sight loss for another 150 years!”

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