5 Feb

A race for all you cross country lovers

Mud, mud and more mud. That is what you are in for with this race, oh and a big hill! The 6.75 mile racing route is run on tracks, roads and farmer's fields. This is the 40th Parbold Hill race to be run and with 439 runners completing last year, this years event is sure to attract a good field again. For all finishers there is also a special 40th anniversary gift! The start takes place on Saturday February 13th at 2pm.

parbold hill race

The Start/Finish is at Bispham Durning's Endowed School playing field, Chorley Road, Hilldale, Near Parbold. Parking is available at Hilldale Village Hall, the Church car park opposite and at the Farmer's Arms pub. There will be limited changing facilities at Durning's School at the start of the race.

2009 Parbold Hill race results can be viewed online with R Burnley winning the men's race in 40.50minutes will clear of the rest of the field by just over 2 minutes. L Heyes was the first women finisher in a time of 49.48minutes.

With over £1250 worth of prices up for grabs in the senior race, veteran race and team events, 2010 entries are expected to be popular. More information on the event along with online entry and postal entry forms can be found on the Skelmersdale Boundary Harrier webste. Entries are £5.50 (club runners) and £7.50 (non club runners) with an extra £1.50 for on the day entries (but these will be limited in number).