Charity run goes from diamonds to Bluestone
1:40pm Friday 8th June 2012 in News
Entries for the Diamond Jubilee-themed Preseli Bluestone Run in aid of the British Heart Foundation to be held on Sunday (June 10th) are still pouring in.
The event will round off the week’s celebrations in honour of Her Majesty’s 60 years on the throne.
The vehicles will arrive at the start line at Gelliswick Bay from around 8.30am with the run beginning at 10.30am.
The vehicles will then make their way through Milford Haven and on to Haverfordwest, before crossing over the Preseli Hills.
There will be a half way stop at Eglwyswrw, courtesy of the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, before the vehicles head for Crymych and then follow a route into the Bluestone countryside, passing the monument to Waldo Williams before arriving in Maenclochog.
They will then continue their motoring tour to the finish line at the Moors Park in Narberth via Bethesda.
Vehicles should start to arrive at the finish line from around 12.30pm onwards.
All entries will receive a Preseli Bluestone Diamond Jubilee commemorative rally board courtesy of Megaprinter and a certificate courtesy of the BHF.
Programmes, provided by the Western Telegraph, will also be available, with all proceeds going to the BHF.
Everyone is welcome to decorate their vehicles with flags/balloons and also come in period/fancy dress.
Entries will be accepted on the day along with the entry fee of just £5, but please arrive at the start line at Gelliswick Bay by 9.30am to register.
Entries can also pre-register with Jeff and Sian at any time on either pembscountyrun@ aol.com or 01646 697226.