HUNDREDS of runners took the streets of Northallerton last Sunday in a 10k run that raised more than £10,000 for a community charity.
In just its second year in the town, the event has almost doubled in popularity, with more than 700 registered participants this year compared to 480 when it launched in 2016.
The run, which starts and finishes on the High Street, was preceded by music and entertainment and a moment’s silence was also observed in memory of those killed in the Manchester Arena terror attack last week.
Darren Jack was our sole entrant as he headed to his hometown to race on behalf of his beloved QRC
Darren ran well and finished in 210th position in a chip time of 52:38. Well done fella great stuff mate, that sub 50 is in its way.