WebMaster: Roy Fisher Email:email@example.com
The organisation was taken up by Roy Fisher
, a friend of the Pringles.
had helped at many of the previous races and so knew what to do but didn't have a regular band of helpers.
Help was recruited from relatives, friends and members of Pensby Roadrunners, a local club which Roy ran with.
Roy set about consolidating the race series especially as the boom time for running was waning slightly.
Several changes were introduced in order to be more efficient, accurate and less dependent on a large group of helpers.
Since 1990 the database of runners has grown to be over 2000 different runners.
Despite this there is a core of regulars who rarely miss an event.
Since then the Series has become affiliated to the athletics governing body and has reached the 100th race in June 1997 with a field of 183.
In October 2012, after 22 years and 180 races, Roy decided to retire from the Seaside Runs and passed the mantle over to Pensby Runners and Jim Fedigan and Phil Aldag as the new organisers from March 2013.