The historic Berwick-upon-Tweed Curfew Run takes place this week, with the support from Simpsons Malt.
The traditional Curfew Run takes place around the historic Elizabethan town walls once a year to commemorate the ringing of the curfew bell and the closing of the town walls.
Organised by the Tweed Striders, the 1.2-mile run attracts runners of all ages and abilities and puts them to the test – challenging participants to complete the course before the curfew bell stops ringing after 13 minutes.
Richard Simpson, Vice Chairman of Simpsons Malt, commented: “We are always striving to support local initiatives in the area, and the Curfew Run is one of those that we are delighted to be involved in. A great event for the Town that attracts all the family – including the Simpsons. We’ve been encouraging some members of the Simpsons Malt team to sign up!”