Especially for those of you who don't run or tend to do any cross-training (i.e. anything else vaguely sporting under the sun,) it's a must to do other things than just plod along for a few hours at the weekend if you want to improve your Parish time and what better way of doing it than bashing around Ronaldsway Industrial Estate for 10k on Sunday morning.
I have to admit that we have prettier courses and faster courses but there's usually plenty of tea and lots of biscuits to talk to. There's even a couple of people to eat sometimes. It is also very safe with little traffic.
Signing-on is at the social club from around 09:30 for 10.00 off and I am told by Bridget that it is a staggered start according to your handicap time. Don't worry if you haven't yet been given a handicap, you'll still get to race, though Mr. Taylor doesn't often let the bandits in for a win.
Juniors are welcome and if you're not quite up to 10k yet, you can usually walk any distance up to that, so bring your kids and your granny too.
Adrian Cowin has even predicted reasonable weather, so there's no excuses.
See you there.