GP 2022 Race 6: Littlemoor Park

Date: Tuesday August 23rd 2022

Start Time: 7:00pm

Race HQ: Albert Road Community Hub (ARCH) BD13 1QB

Start: Littlemoor Park BD13 1DH. All runners must sign in at registration; do not go straight to the start. It is approximately 1 mile from Race HQ to the race start, so please allow plenty of time to get to the start.

Race Organiser: Glenn Thornton Tel 07974695215 Email

Race Entry: Online entry only via our website. Entry will close when places are sold out or on Sunday August 21st.


This is a YVAA Multi-terrain GP race for veteran runners (35+) over grass, footpaths, pavement and paths within a wooded area with some road crossings. This course is mainly on tracks and field paths with approx. one mile of road/tarmac. Given the time of year trail shoes are advisable.


From M62 East

Exit junction 26 to take A58/Halifax towards Hipperholme. Turn right onto Brighouse and Denholme Gate Rd. Continue past Queensbury Golf Club. Littlemoor Park is on the right down Park Lane. NO PARKING ON PARK LANE

For the A.R.C.H. Rugby Club continue through lights onto Albert Road. Rugby Club on the left.

From Huddersfield

Take the A629 towards Halifax. 3rd exit Burdock Way Roundabout, A647 to Queensbury. At the crossroads turn right onto Brighouse and Denholme Road A644 for Littlemoor Park, turn left for the A.R.C.H Rugby club

From M62 West

Leave motorway at junction 24 follow A629 towards Halifax and Queensbury as above.

Notes to all runners and spectators

  1. All races in the YVAA Grand Prix series are multi-terrain running races not suitable for wheelchairs and will include areas of rough uneven ground, slippery muddy surfaces, woodland, scrub, fields and sometimes moorland so any runner entering one of these races must be confident that they are physically capable of coping with these conditions. If you are unsure then please contact the organizing club or YVAA sec.
  2. As these races are for over 35’s and no children will be running. The organizing club will not have crèche/child minding/lost child facilities available. Runners and spectators must therefore be responsible for their children, if in attendance, at all times. Our only option would be to call police to take care of child.
  3. Spectators are welcome but are reminded not to stray onto the course and hinder runners. If spectators choose to spectate at areas away from the finish they are reminded of the possibly difficult conditions underfoot and the footwear consequently needed. If spectating at road crossings, please do not put yourself or other road users at risk.

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