12:45PM, Saturday 31 March 2012
A final call has been sounded for runners to join Maidenhead's biggest road race.
About 800 people from across the region have already put their names down for the 59th Maidenhead Easter 10.
But race director Ian McKenzie, of Maidenhead Athletic Club, said there are still places available.
He said: "It's a race for people of all abilities. Whether you finish in 52 minutes like some of our best runners or spend two hours jogging the course, we will be there cheering you on every step of the way."
Participants range in age from 16 to their 70s and many are raising money for the race's chosen charity, Thames Valley Adventure Playground in Taplow.
The 10-mile race starts and finishes from Maidenhead Office Park in Westacott Way and is due to start at 9.30am on Good Friday.
For details visit www.maidenheadac.co.uk
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