The Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10K is preparing for its 22nd year with the race set to take place on March 18 at 11am.
The 2017 race sold out with over 5,500 runners. Entrants must be 15 years or over on event day and Run For All encourages people of all abilities to take part.
All entrants are encouraged to fundraise for the charity of their choice. People can still register –click here
General registration fee is £29.90, including a £1.90 processing fee. Fees will go direct to Run For All Ltd to cover the costs of staging the event, with any profits from the Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10k going directly to the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.
The race is one of the UK’s oldest running events and attracts people from across the UK and abroad, with a route taking in some of Lincoln’s historic landmarks, including the cathedral and the city’s Roman Walls.
LATEST, March 15: The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow in Lincoln and parts of east Lincolnshire.
Current predictions show that snow is likely in the city between midnight and midday, and again in the evening.
Race organisers Run For All told The Lincolnite the race is still going ahead as of Thursday, March 15, but that in the event that weather conditions were deemed too dangerous, all participants would be alerted via a text and email service to changes or cancellations.
The event will require the closure of some roads in uphill Lincoln between 4pm on Saturday, March 17 and 4pm on Sunday, March 18. Click here for more information, or click the map below for the full list of closures and times.
For more information on Lincoln 10k please click here.