This year's event took place at Tolls Farm, Wincle, next to Dane Bridge. There was the usual mix of stalls, games, activities and refreshments (including the almost world famous WI teas) . All proceeds will go to Wincle Church and the school.
Volunteers are needed every year, both on and before the fête day, so if you think that you can help this year please contact Emma Heald (01260 227224).
Wincle Trout Run 2010 – another great race.
This year's run was once again a great success, fully booked about a week before the event.
If you have any queries about this year – or next – contact:
Alan Weeks, Trout Run Organiser, Wincle
Tel: 01260 227683
Photos and results
You can view and download the results in PDF format here.
Click here for senior results.
Click here for junior results.
You can see great pictures by Bryan Dale of the 2010 fell run at www.racephotos.org.uk
And more by Neil Gunn on flickr here.
2010 Race details
Minimum age 16 (as of 1 January). A fresh Dane Valley trout for every senior finisher run for your supper! Small prize and perpetual trophy for all category winners, first local and first team. Race limit 350 pre-entry is strongly recommended as the race has been full for the last four years.
Official FRA race for 10-15 year olds (age as of 1 January). Approx 3km with river crossing if possible. Winners’ trophies (first boy and girl) and medal for every runner. Race limit 60. Mini races for under 10s (info on the day).
Enter your club or alternative team for the team trophy. First 4 finishers to count. No extra charge to enter a team.
Pre-entry £6.50 (includes entrance to village fête); entry on the day £8.50 (£7.50 for the race, and £1 to get into the fête). No additional charge for teams.
Pre-entry £2.50; entry on the day £3. Over 11s pay £1 to enter the fete if not pre-entered.
IMPORTANT: Do turn up well before the start of the race, allowing plenty of time for possible congestion on the roads into Wincle.
Click on this link to see our fantastic reviews and ratings of last year's race on the Runner's World website.
For photos of a previous fête, visit the galleries at www.twentytrees.co.uk