Kennedy McArthur Festival of Running this Saturday

Take route B66 to Dervock on Saturday (July 19) for the 2014 Kennedy Kane McArthur Festival of Running. Pictured are runners from across the province and further afield who attended the Dervockannual Half Marathon and 10K last year.INBM29-14S
Take route B66 to Dervock on Saturday (July 19) for the 2014 Kennedy Kane McArthur Festival of Running. Pictured are runners from across the province and further afield who attended the Dervockannual Half Marathon and 10K last year.INBM29-14S

Take route B66 to Dervock on Saturday (July 19) for the 2014 Kennedy Kane McArthur Festival of Running.

Runners from across the province and further afield will descend on the village of Dervock for the annual Half Marathon and 10K.

The 10K gets proceedings under way at 10.45am followed by the Half Marathon at 11.00am.

There will be a carnival atmosphere in Dervock with entertainment in the car park of the new Community Centre during the day.

So come out enjoy the entertainment and support the athletes as they tackle their 10K, and 13.1 mile challenge.

The organisers Springwell Running Club and Dervock & District Community Association would like to thank Dervock & District Community Association Ltd and Ballymoney Borough Council for supporting the event.

Competitors can collect Race Packs from Race Registration in the Community Centre on Friday 18 July between 4.00pm and 8.00pm or Saturday 19 July between 8.00am and 10.00am.

Late entries can be made at registration on Friday and Saturday. There will be no entries taken after 10.00am.

There will be No Parking on the Knock Road, Carncullagh Road, within the 30mph village limits on Saturday.

Similarly, there will be No Parking on the Bregagh Road between its junctions with the Ballinlea and Ballykenver Roads. Competitors and spectators should use the designated Car Parks which will be well signed posted.

For further information visit www.springwellrunners.com or find us on facebook www.facebook.com/KennedyKaneMcArthurFestivalOfRunning.

Watch out for the Times photographer who will be out and about on the day.