Blyth: Services will be checkpoint for classic car run around Britain

One of the cars that will be taking part in the Round Britain Run
One of the cars that will be taking part in the Round Britain Run

The Round Britain Run is coming to Blyth Services on the A1 next month.

Around 110 cars should pour into Blyth Services car park from 8.30pm on 3rd October.

The Round Britain Run is a 48-hour, 2,000 mile, non-stop drive from London to John O’Groats and back again organised by Club Triumph which raises money for charities

This year’s event is in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and should raise around £65,000 over the one weekend.

Blyth Services is the first checkpoint in many as the cars head up to John O’Groats and then via Glasgow, back down through Wales to Land’s End and finally back to London.