Jedburgh Running Festival returns to the Borders on 29-30 October, featuring an ultra, half marathon, 10k and Canicross 7.5K. The Three Peaks Ultra option is already sold out, but you can still enter the half marathon, 10K, or Canicross event.
The Sunday (30 October), sees the half marathon held for its 14th year. The out-and-back route starts opposite Jedburgh's historic abbey before heading off through the square down towards the A68 and on to the A698. The route then takes a right turn in the direction of Kelso, looping left ahead of Crailing on roads then continuing towards Kelso.
Approximately one mile further on the runners turn around and head back for the return journey. The route back is almost the same except passing Riverside and finishing on the grass by the river opposite Queen Mary's house.
On the same day, the 10K race, returns for its eighth year. The route is also an out-and-back, starting at the same time and location as the half marathon.
For more information and to enter, visit the Jedburgh Running Festival website.