Road Closure Advice

Thousands of runners of all abilities will hit the streets of Lincoln on Sunday 2nd April for the 21st running of the City of Lincoln 10K.

The race, which raises many tens of thousands of pounds for charity, gets underway at 11am and we are now informing runners, spectators, residents and visitors that a number of the city’s roads will be closed or have access restricted during the event to ensure the safety of all those taking part.

The event starts on Riseholme Road and finishes near Lincoln Cathedral. The route takes the field along Longdales Road, Nettleham Road, Church Lane, Newport, the B1273, Burton Road and Queen Elizabeth Road. 

They are among a number of roads that will be closed for the race.

For full information click here to download the road closure map.

For diversion information click on the map below. 

Lincoln 2017 diversion map

Click on map to enlarge. 

Diversions will be in place on the day, should you require further assistance.

If you have any specific access requirements and you are not able to find the information from the map, please contact us at info@runforall.com

 

 

My Journey...
Nigel and Amy Johnson

Nigel Johnson and his sixteen-year-old daughter Amy from Sleaford, took part in their first ever 10k run to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Nigel’s mum, Julie, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1994 and died six years later. The family will never forget the charity’s help

Nigel said: “It was mum’s Macmillan Nurse, Judy, who was able to help us make sense of everything. Judy was a friend when we needed it most.”

My Journey...
Gladys Tingle

Remarkable fundraising pensioner Gladys Tingle celebrated her 84th birthday by tackling the Lincoln 10K in 2015. She power walked her way around the course to raise money for Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance. Gladys, of Horncastle, who was joined at the event by her grandson, Jason, said: “I like to keep fit and I walk five miles each day.”

Since turning 70-years-old, Gladys’s fundraising efforts in aid of the air ambulance service have included completing two marathons and more than 10 half marathons, raising a total of over £12,000.