Big thanks to the Lord Mayor, volunteers, Batala Mersey, Katumba, Wirral Samba Band, runners, walkers, joggers, moustache wearers, yellow wig man, our commentators Leanne, Dave and Liam, The Police (not the fantastic 80's band), Stewards, Traffic Management team, Si Gilford, Mersey Medical, Angie Smith, Radio City and the team, Tony Clixby, Core Media, all the staff at Clatterbridge, Team Acko, our family, little Isabella, and everybody else involved in the 2016 Radio City Scouse 5k!! We loved it - hope you did too. Next up the Liverpool Spring 10k, 5k and Kids 1k, can't wait. Matt and Sam Davies x
For a map of two possible car parks that you can use please click here.
Whether you have completed hundreds of races or are a complete newbie you are welcome to take part. Some will run, some will jog and others will walk. No matter what your pace is, if you finish the 5k course you’ll get our unique Scouse themed medal! The 5k starts next to St. George's Hall and passes many landmarks around the city before finishing opposite the magnificent Anglican Cathedral. If you would like to have a look at our City Centre route please click here.
Each runner / walker gets the choice of a wig to wear - classic black, toffee nose blue, kopite red, Clatterbridge green, something orange or pretty pink. Feel free to wear another wig if you have your own! Comedy moustaches of all shapes and sizes and trackie bottoms are also welcome.
All runners are rewarded with a boss Scouse themed colourful medal.
We're proud to partner with Clatterbridge as they launch a major appeal to build a brand new cancer hospital in the heart of the Liverpool. By choosing to support this incredible cause when you sign up (simply tick 'yes' when asked), you can be a part of something truly special for the city's future, to transform cancer care for generations to come.
"What a day! We really enjoyed running as a family and are really looking forward to next year."
"Batala Mersey had a fantatic time at the race. The atmosphere was really special and it was nice to see so many smiling faces."
"Our Charlie loved having his name on his number. He is still wearing his medal and he wants his number framed now!"