Percy Pud 10K: full list of road closures
It is nearly time for the hugely popular annual Percy Pud 10K in Sheffield.
Thousands will be taking part in the race, which sees runners make their way through the scenic Loxley Valley, along Damflask reservoir to Low Bradfield and back.
This year the Percy Pud 10K is taking place on Sunday December 1, and begins at 9.30am. It is expected to be over by 11am.
The run is organised by the Steel City Striders Running Club. There is a £1,000 prize available to the first male and female to break the course record, along with a number of other prizes for those who place highly in the race.
3,000 entrants will be taking part this year, with plenty of other people taking to the streets to cheer the runners on.
A number of roads will be closed for the duration of the event.
Alongside the closures, all roads leading to Loxley Valley, including Hillsborough, Holme Lane, Stannington and Rivelin Valley Road are expected to experience heavy congestion from 8am onwards before the race and after the race ends at 11am.
These are all of the roads that will be affected by the Percy Pud 10K this year:
Loxley Road (B607) will be closed from it's junction with Rodney Hill to the Damflask Reservoir Wall junction with New Road.
New Road will also be closed along its full length alongside the reservoir to the Plough Pub, Mee Lee Lane junction at Lower Bradfield between 9am to 11am.
All these adjoining roads will be closed at their junction with Loxley Road:
Long Lane from Worrall
Rowell Lane from Stannington
All these adjoining roads will be closed at their junction with New Road (B6076):
Briars House Lane from Dungworth
Oaks Lane from Ughill
Mee Lee Lane from Lower Bradfield