MANCHESTER H & AC CHRISTMAS HANDICAP
in support of the Charity When You Wish Upon A Star
SUNDAY 21ST DECEMBER 2014
10 AM JUNIORS* – approx 1 MILE
[*would parents please help marshal the route]
SENIORS FOLLOW ON – approx 3 MILES
OLIVER CROMWELL MEMORIAL
WYTHENSHAWE ROAD, MANCHESTER M23 0AB
THE HANDICAP WILL AGAIN BE HELD IN WYTHENSHAWE PARK. *HOWEVER,
A SECOND ROUTE, STARTING NEAR THE MAIN CAR PARK, MAYBE USED
SHOULD CONDITIONS WARRANT IT. THE DECISION WILL BE TAKEN ON
THE DAY AS TO WHICH COURSE IS USED.
Use the MAIN ENTRANCE to the Park which is off Wythenshawe
Road signposted HALL and most other facilities. PARK in the main
car park near the stables and nurseries – there may be a fee for parking.
TOILETS are at the Tea Rooms. The START*/FINISH is at the Oliver
Cromwell Memorial at the front of the Hall.
PRESENTATIONS AND MINCE PIES
PLUS RESULTS OF BALLOT FOR SPORTSMAN &
SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR
WILL BE AT THE CHEADLE SOCIAL CLUB, ASHFIELD
CRESCENT (off Ashfield Road) CHEADLE SK8 1BQ
(there’s a large car park on Massie Street next door to the
Social Club – free on Sunday)
Bring a Prize to Win a Prize
Most Important…SENIORS PLEASE TELL GEORGE LAWSON
IF YOU WILL BE RUNNING OR IF YOU CAN HELP Tel: 0161-485
2261; JUNIORS PLEASE TELL DEBBIE BERESFORD IF YOU
WILL BE RUNNING Tel: 07977 203478, or complete your details here
The Junior Race starts at 10 am and the younger children will be set off first. Parents of juniors are asked to help marshal the course (approx one mile). The handicap is worked out by the club’s coaches. First and foremost – it’s a fun event.
The Seniors will do the same course – but three times so there’s plenty of opportunity for the youngsters to cheer them on.
As soon as the Senior race is finished we’ll make our way to the Cheadle Social Club for about 12 noon where we’ll have the Presentation. All the junior runners should bring a selection box which will be put on a table. The runner finishing first will get first choice of the selection boxes, second finisher will get second choice, and so on. All those who bring a box will go home with one. This is a handicap so it’s unlikely that the fastest runner will win.
The Seniors should also bring a prize to win a prize – usually wine or chocolates.
We then have the results of the ballot for Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year and they will be presented with Trophies – details here, including how to vote
Please let me know if you are coming – more the better – it’s great fun.
Any questions please speak to Debbie.
See you there!!