Freeze Your Whatsits on the Brown Willy Runby Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com Dec/2012
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If you want to meet your hangover head-on, the annual Brown Willy Run is being held tomorrow, with free entry for all comers.
This is the definitive New Years Day hangover cure, say organisers at the Truro Running Club, and promises to be a fun social event.
The run starts outside the Jamaica Inn, and follows a well signed route up to the top of Brown Willy and back. It's an informal event, not a race as such, and is open to all standards of runner.
The terrain is open moorland - wet, slippery, boggy or frozen, and it's steep in places. Come appropriately dressed for a freezing gale on the summit, the organisers advise.
The race kicks off at 11am.
There's no entry fee, but do register in the pub before the start.
For more info email organiser Richard Willson
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