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Ordnance Survey sponsors Lordshill 10k Race

13 June 2013

Ordnance Survey is delighted to announce their sponsorship of this year’s Lordshill 10k Race. The Race will be held on Sunday 30 June 2013, starting at 10.30 am and will follow a route mapped out by the Lordshill runners, with the help of Ordnance Survey.

In its 23rd year, the Lordshill 10k race is a popular event among club runners and beginners alike. This year, runners will be aiming to set a new course record as they head off from Ordnance Survey’s head office at Explorer House in Nursling which will act as the Race’s headquarters for the day and will provide access to changing and showering facilities.

The course, marshalled by enthusiastic supporters, winds its way around the lanes of Rownhams and Nursling before returning to the finish line at Explorer House.

With an array of prizes, mementos for all participants, races for children and a 5k fun run it is set to be a great day out.

Participants and their supporters are invited to bring a picnic and sit out in the extensive landscaped grounds (if the weather is good).

The Lordshill 10k Race will be in held in support of the charity chosen annually by Ordnance Survey’s staff. This year, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution has been selected and a proportion of every entry fee will be donated to the RNLI.

To enter the Lordshill 10k Race, visit: http://www.lordshillroadrunners.org.uk/Lordshill_10km.htm

Contact us

For more information:

Contact: Melanie Osborne, Corporate Communications Manager

Email: melanie.osborne@ordnancesurvey.co.uk

Phone: (+44) 023­ 8005 5062

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