Get on your marks for Ormidale 10K

The record entry crossing the starting line last year.

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Entires are now open for the 2020 Isle of Arran Ormidale 10K

Already 34 runners have signed up for the event, which this year will be held on Sunday April 26.

Last year the was a record entry of 105 runners on the starting line, with a healthy contingent of local runners and organisers, Arran Runners, are hoping to repeat the success this year.

The course is flat and is on public roads. It starts and finishes at the Ormidale Pavilion in Brodick and follows the main road north along the coast for 5 kilometres, returning the same way. There are markers at each kilometre.

The race starts at 12 noon and runners can enter on The entry fee is £12.50

Entries are also open for the Isle of Arran (Shiskine) Half Marathon which this year takes place on Sunday June 28. A total of 30 runners have so far signed up and you can do so on the website above. The entry fee is £23.


The record entry crossing the starting line last year. 01_B18Ormidale01