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Mar 2015
3:22pm, 8 Mar 2015
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Nutso Lazytoad!
Hi guys

My hubby is running the Wilmslow half in a couple of weeks time. I'm going along yo support him and in an ideal world would like to see him off at the start, see him through half way then at the finish. Anyone got experience of doing this? Is it possible? Will I struggle to park etc?

Any hints tips etc gratefully received

K x
Mar 2015
9:47pm, 8 Mar 2015
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pato1967
You will struggle I'm afraid (unless you cycle) the race is run on closed roads and the knock on effect is that the traffic on the roads that are open is bad, maybe possible if you know the country lanes in the area well. The start and finish aren't quite at the same place (about half a mile apart)
Mar 2015
10:16pm, 8 Mar 2015
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Nutso Lazytoad!
Ah ok, oh poo not local so don't know then country roads

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