We are pleased to announce the following sponsors for this years GMTR race. As a small not for profit organisatin, we are grateful for the sponsors who help us with lots of the things that might otherwise stop the event running. Such as allowing access to their land, helping fund some of our overheads, or providing valuable prizes for the runners so we can recognise their achievements. This means that more of the race entry money can help us to keep our amazing village hall on the map and open – so that local residents and those travelling to the area can enjoy the many varied activiteis and facilities that our beautiful Chapel has to offer.
I’Anson Bros Ltd have been sponsoring the race from the outset and this year is no exception. They provide most of the prizes for best times in all classes and the most improved prize for the event. .
Nutwith woods are just one of the many beautiful landscapes owned and managed by this estate.
Bentleys of Masham
Have kindly donated some outdoor items for our 1st local male this year. .
Aa well as setting programmes and running a 12 week running group for beginners, improvers and intermediate runners before the race this year. Stuart Clark from Set the Tone Fitness has kindly donated 3 prizes. A voucher for £60.00 for the first local female. And a Set the Tone T Shirt, for the fastest Parish Male & Female.
Black Sheep Brewery have kindly donated multiple items for our 1st, 2nd & 3rd places in the race for both Male & Female, as well as winning Male/Female for V40, V50, V60 & V70.
Ripon Runners have loaned us their signs and have supported the race by adding us to their championship.
The Himalayn Garden have kindly donated the race bibs for this years race.
Ripon Tri Club have provided their excellent guidance via Dewi Winkle on race structure, as well as loaning us their flags and start finish banner. Again, we are part of their championship programme and they further support us with additional Marshalls on the day.
Thank you to all of our sponsors – without your support this amazing event could not run.
Gary, Ted & Julie