Sponsors and organisers of the annual Two Castles Run between Warwick and Kenilworth were here at Blythe Liggins Solicitors last week to cheer on the law firm’s team of runners.

Richard Thornton, joint senior partner of Blythe Liggins, which is sponsoring the event for the eighth year, joined Kenilworth Rotarians Bob Kelly and Philip Southwell and race referee Alan Edwards as the law firm’s squad of runners and marshals were put through their paces.

Race organisers Kenilworth Rotary Club said all 4,000 places for the 10km event on Sunday June 9 had sold out within 24 hours.

Mr Kelly, Rotary’s press officer, said: “In recent years there has been an explosion in its popularity, brought about in part by The Leamington Cycling and Athletics Club expertise in helping to raise the status of the event, and by providing a race for both serious runners, and people running for charity or just for the fun of it.”

Mr Thornton said: “This is an enormous endorsement of the popularity of the Two Castles, which just goes from strength to strength. Kenilworth Rotary Club does an amazing job with its organisation and promotion of the race – now in its 31st year – which last year raised more than £110,000. A fantastic effort.”

Caption: The Blythe Liggins team at Kenilworth Castle having completed the run.

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