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Nick Beer Memorial 10k Nick Beer Memorial 10k Nick Beer Memorial 10k

Nick Beer Memorial 10k

Llandudno, Gwynedd

North Shore, Llandudno, LL30 2LP, United Kingdom

Sun 12th February 2023

Starting at 12:00

Organiser's Description

The event, which is in its 31st year has previously been run by the North Wales Road Runners and Always Aim High Events are proud to add this fantastic race to community events. This not-for-profit event will continue to support local charities as well as the North Wales Road Runners Club.

Starting on the iconic Victorian Promenade in Llandudno the route takes runners around the awe-inspiring Great Orme with its stunning views of Snowdonia, Anglesey and beyond. With hundreds of runners taking part year after year, it is a fabulous start to the running season.

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  • 10k

    £23.00

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  • 10k

    £23.00

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What's Included

  • Community Event
  • Great Season Starter
  • Spectacular Views
  • Family friendly, Great spectating location
  • Late start time

How to Get There

Llandudno has good transport links and is easy to find. Use the postcode LL30 2LP to locate the centre where the event is based.

TRAIN

The nearest train station can be found in Llandudno and is just 0.5 miles walk away from the start line. London Euston, Birmingham International and Manchester Piccadilly are all served by excellent links to Llandudno.

London Euston - Llandudno: 3hr 30

Birmingham New Street - Llandudno: 3hr 00

Manchester Piccadily - Llandudno: 2 hr 20

Chester - Llandudno: 1hr

National Rail
03457 48 49 50

Transport For Wales
0333 3211 202

CAR

There’s quick, straightforward access from the North West along the M56 and A55. Motorway links with the Midlands are good too, and the same roads – the M6, M5 and M1 – also bring the North wales coast within easy reach of the South of England.

AIR

Transfers from the international gateways of Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham take less than two hours.

Manchester Airport
08712 710711

Liverpool John Lennon Airport
08715 218484

Birmingham Airport
0871 2220072

Anglesey Airport
08703 669100
WHERE TO STAY

Conwy Holiday Cottages offer some great accommodation. No7 & Co Railway Cottage has two double bedrooms, is located in Conwy and is an ideal base for the Nick Beer event weekend.

There are many other hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, hostels and campsites in Llandudno and the beautiful Conwy Valley.

Click on the links below to find details of other accommodation.

Wales Directory

Visit Conwy

Air BnB

Please book your accommodation early as all hotels will be booked well in advance of the race weekend.

Please mention the Nick Beer 10k when booking your stay.

Course Details

Starting on the on the iconic North Shore of the Llandudno Promenade, you’ll run past the iconic pier and onto the Great Orme itself. With sea views on one side and towering cliffs on the other, you surely won’t notice the incline under your legs in this first section! At the far side of the Great Orme is the ‘Rest And Be Thankful' cafe, which marks you're close to the halfway point. No time to rest, but get ready to be thankful because the wonderful flying descent is just ahead! You’ll flow down the road towards West Shore, with incredible views of Conwy castle and Anglesey ahead and to your right. At 8km you’ll arrive back in Llandudno town, running along the historic Victorian streets that will take you back to the Promenade and the Finish Line.

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Location

Llandudno, Gwynedd

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