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Hardley Runners Exbury 10k

An event in March in Hampshire
Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway
Southampton
Hampshire
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The Exbury 10k starts and finishes in Exbury Gardens, with the return route twisting through Inchmery Lane following a course down to Lepe Country Park. The race commences at 9.30am, and no race entries on the day are accepted. Spectators are welcome, and Mr Eddy's Tearooms will be open for pre-race refreshments. Usual admission prices apply to the Gardens for spectators, although the race entry free includes free admission to the Gardens for all runners for the remainder of the race day.
If you would like more info, or are considering entering, please visit www.hardleyrunners.co.uk/Exbury10k.htm

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