If it’s a grand run you’re looking for then look no further than the historic Norfolk market town of King’s Lynn.
Each year thousands of runners take part in the Grand East Anglia Run (GEAR) 10K, attracted by a scenic route that features the pretty town centre, River Ouse pathway and The Walks and impressive landmarks including the Custom House, Red Mount and Greyfriars Tower.
And this popular event continues to go from strength to strength, selling out in both 2017 and 2018.
So if you want to get a fun, friendly and fantastic spring event in your 2020 running diary, now’s the time to snap up a place.
“Great organised 10k around King’s Lynn taking in views of the Walks, the river and several historic buildings along the way. The course is very flat so great to try and get a PB.” James Harrison
“Brilliant day.” Sam Milton
“Great support on a nice, varied course. Plenty of water on route & at finish. Great goody bag & medal.” Paul Youngman
“Fab organising, beautiful course, flat and really enjoyable with all the support and music on the way round.” Wendy Benton