Make a note of www.northeastraces.co.uk and go there if you can't get to this website.
Northumberland Coastal Run opens on THURSDAY (Jan 23rd). It'll FILL QUICKLY. Registration will take place on this web page from 1800 on Thu Jan 23rd." My guess is that it will be important to join the queue between 1745 and 1759 as my guess is that if you do this you will be allocated a random place in the queue when it opens at 1800. The race will fill quickly - in some years it has filled in a few hours. To make things quicker on the day of entering, create a profile at resultsbase if you do not yet have a profile. Do that before the day of entering the race. If you have already got a profile, instead login to resultsbase to check that your details are correct. "During the entry process you will have the option to purchase a bus transfer to the start - bus tickets cannot be purchased at a later date - note that there is no facility for transport back to the start at end of race." Entries for the 2019 race opened on Jan 21st 2019 - most of the places for the 2019 race were sold in Jan 2019. The last remaining places went on sale in Apr 2019. Here's a link to more details about the Northumberland Coastal Run.
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This web page displays a map that has pushpins that show where races are taking place. Although prior to June 2018 this web page worked using a map from Google Maps, it didn't work during Summer 2018 because Google wanted my credit card details if I continued to use Google Maps. However, this web page is now working again as in October 2018 I switched to using maps from Ordnance Survey.
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