The organisers of the Parkrun at Little Stoke park in South Gloucestershire say they're investigating a legal challenge against the decision to charge them.
In a statement on their website, Tom Williams, chief operating officer for Parkrun, said: “As we look towards opening our 1,000th location later this year it is clear that a per-event or per-runner charge simply would not be sustainable and would threaten our free-to-participate ethos.
"By agreeing to a charge in relation to use of the land at Little Stoke Park we would be establishing a precedent that would put the future of parkrun at risk.”
More top news
A 33-year-old was arrested by Counter-Terrorism Police at an address in the Clifton area of the city.
The consumer group wants the next government to make it mandatory for manufacturers to ensure smart products meet appropriate security stand
An investigation by the PA news agency found half of those questioned do not think anyone should have to pay for hospital parking.