The Two Castles Run between Warwick and Kenilworth castles – sponsored by Blythe Liggins for the 9th consecutive year – was a great success, say organisers Kenilworth Rotary Club.

Some 4,000 runners took part on Sunday June 8 with temperatures much higher than in recent years, providing wonderful sunshine for the spectators and quite a challenge for the competitors. Among the entrants was Warwick & Leamington MP Chris White and the High Sherriff of Warwickshire.

Richard Thornton, joint senior partner at Blythe Liggins, presented the prizes with Jeremy Wright, MP for Kenilworth & Southam and Under Secretary of State for Justice. Richard, whose firm also fielded a large team of runners and provided marshals and a water station, said: “It’s a wonderful event and the whole firm looks forward to taking part each year. I am always overwhelmed by the courage and determination of some of those running for charities; it’s a very exhilarating morning and we are extremely proud to have been supporting it for so many years.”

CAPTION: The Blythe Liggins team of runners celebrate with their families.

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