Louth Athletic Club launches its summer season of races with the Belchford Three Churches 10k on Sunday 12 April.
The race starts at 11am and follows an undulating course through the stunning scenery of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
All finishers receive a race memento and there are prizes for the first three men and first three women to cross the line as well as age group winners.
Last year’s winners were Jill Otley for the women and for the men it was Ryan Page, who set the course record in 36.22.
Wednesday 13 May sees the first race in the 32nd Wolds Dash Series from Hubbards Hills.
The series kicks off with a 7,137 metre run following a loop from Hubbards Hills past Hallington and back.
There are also races ranging from 1,200m to 4,230 metres around Hubbards Hills for juniors.
All races start at 7pm and can be entered on the night at the Hubbards Hills café.
Race two is on Wednesday 10 June (11,685m), race three is on 8 July (11,875m), race four on 12 August (10,155m) and race five, the club’s Mayor’s Trophy handicap race, is on 2 September (7,137m).
Louth AC is also hosting an Easter Fun Run (or walk) in Hubbards Hills on at 10.30am on Easter Sunday.
Bring along the family for a friendly run, jog or walk around a scenic course at the local beauty spot.
There’s a chocolate treat for everyone at the finish. Entry costs £2.50.
Louth AC has members of all abilities from the occasional jogger to the competing athlete.
New members welcome, just pop along to a training evening, visit www.louth-ac.org.uk for more details or follow us on Facebook.