The Wiltshire 10 is a road race that is sponsored by the Wiltshire Times, starting from the King George V Playing Fields in Melksham over a certified Ten Mile course. The route follows a gently undulating course through rural Wiltshire and loops around the historic village of Lacock before following the River Avon back to the finish in Melksham. The course is capable of producing fast times with the current course records being 52:14 (Simon Plummer of City of Salisbury A&RC in 2013) and 56:18 (Jenny Spink of Bristol & West AC in 2016). The Wiltshire 10 was last run on Valentines Day - Sunday 14th February starting at 10:00 when it also hosted the 2016 South West Inter-Counties Road Running championships for England Athletics.
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Friendly local 10 miler perfect for early season. Gym bag for finishers with a chocolate frog, Randoms sweets, water,pen, local newspaper an...
Ease of registration was simple for me, as our local running club had over 60 Runners we were able to collect our race bibs from one of the club ni...
I’d signed up to the race through a transfer from a friend who had to withdraw. Switching entry was really easy and the process very smooth a...