The race start/finish is at Woodbank Park:Turncroft Lane
The women's race starts at 1:30pm and is two small laps followed by two large laps (ABCD -> BCD -> BCEFGHIJ -> BCEFGHIJ -> Finish)!
The men's race starts at 2:30pm and is one small lap followed by three large laps (ABCD -> BCEFGHIJ -> BCEFGHIJ -> BCEFGHIJ -> Finish).
If you've run in the Manchester Area Cross Country League previously, remember to bring your race number along with you (it has a blue or pink strip on the number)! Otherwise, you can collect you race number from a member of the committee before the race.
Remember to keep your race number safe - you will need the same number for the remaining Manchester Area Cross Country League fixture!
No entries on the day
The Manchester Area League are no longer accepting entries on the day of the event.
Important note: The junction of St Mary's Way and Hall Lane is closed - the best way of accessing the venue will be via New Zealand Road.
The league have advised of the following directions to get to the venue by car:
From M60 West take exit J27 then the 3rd exit from the roundabout into
Carrington Road probably signposted B6104 for Hyde or Sheffield.
From M60 East take J26 exit for A560 and at the roundabout take first left into Carrington Road.
At the next traffic lights go straight ahead into New Zealand Road and turn left at the junction at the top of the hill. Follow the road along to the main car park near the Woodbank Community Centre.
You will see the sign on your left for the Woodbank Community Centre –postcode SK1 4BN – turn left into the car park immediately after the Centre. Carry straight on to Woodbank Park’s car park – you’ll have to negotiate what looks like a very tight gap between posts – there’s plenty of room really, it just looks tight!
There is another small car park (for the adjacent Vernon Park) off Turncroft Lane (nearest postcode is SK1 4AU).
It is about a 1.5 mile walk from Stockport train station to Woodbank Park.
More information for the race is available from the Manchester Area Cross Country League website.