Gallery: Tyntesfield run celebrates anniversary

17:00 03 June 2012

Weston Athletic Club members.

Weston Athletic Club members.

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HUNDREDS of runners completed the Tyntesfield 10k this week to celebrate the estate reaching a major milestone.

Nailsea Running Club organised the event to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Heritage Trust taking over the site following the death of Lord Wraxall.

Competitors from Clevedon and Portishead joined hundreds of others in tackling the picturesque course on Thursday evening.

Employees and volunteers are now readying the site for its Diamond Jubilee celebrations on Monday which will include a showing of a special short film starring Wallace and Gromit.

For more pictures see our online gallery at www.northsomerset times.co.uk

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