Over 120 runners complete annual Brent Knoll Run
than 120 runners from across the South West took part in the gruelling
race from Burnham-On-Sea to the top of Brent Knoll and back on
Sunday morning (November 27th).
annual 5.5 mile Brent Knoll Run has been held for more than 20
years, having originally started as an event attached to the village's
summer fete. Burnham
Harriers took over it several years ago and moved it to the winter
to make it more competitive.
Sunday's race was held under blue skies and bright sunshine,
as pictured here.
It was won by Nathan Young from Bristol in a fast time of 37
minutes and ten seconds. In second place was his brother, Kieran
Young, in a time of 38:44. Click
here for full results.
Brian Beale told Burnham-On-Sea.com he was pleased with how Sunday's
event had gone. "It was a great day for the run and thanks
go to all past and present club members and Burnham Lions Club
for their help in making this another success."
runners started at Burnham's BASC ground in Stoddens Road before
going cross-country over the fields and clambering to the summit
of Brent Knoll.