For the first time in the event?s 30-year history, the Horwich Carnival plays host to this year?s British Cycling National Women?s Circuit Road Race Championships as part of its packed programme of cycling and running races taking place on June 24, 2007.

Since its inaugural event on June 6, 1977, the Horwich Carnival has grown to include several national championships, as well as races open to all age groups and abilities.

All proceeds form the event goes to local charities, the Bolton Hospice and the Bolton Mountain Rescue Team.

The Horwich Carnival takes place in Horwich, Near Bolton, on Sunday June 24.

For more details on the events contact Dave Leyland for cycling on 01204 417574 or Glyn Woodward for running on 01257 269814, or visit the event's website at www.horwichcarnivalraces.co.uk.


Sunday 24th June 2007

Provisional Programme of events

10.30am Craftprint Youths Cycle Races

11.15am The Emerson Group BMAF 5K Road Running Championships and BMAF 5K Road Walking Championships

12 Noon Carnival Parade

12.20pm Bolton Hot Wheels Cycling Club Go Ride Obstacle Relay

12.50pm Georgia Pacific Horwich Carnival 5K Road Running Race (incorporating Warburtons NoEAA 5K Road Championships and Race 5 of the Sweatshop/Mizuno Countryside Tour of Horwich & Rivington)

1.35pm Bluemantle / Sportsmatch Horwich Carnival 1 Lap Fun Run (also Race 3 of the Sweatshop/Mizuno Junior Fun Run Tour)

2.05pm British Cycling National Women?s Circuit Road Race Championships

3.05pm National Tricycle Criterium Championship Race

3.20pm Horwich Carnival Street Race ? 1 lap cycle race for 5 to 18 year olds

3.35pm Senior 3/4/Junior Cycle Race

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