CROFT Ambrey runner Hannah Fletcher stomped to victory in the Brown Clee Burn 11-kilometre race.

The race is a multi-terrain event held annually at the beginning of October in aid of local good causes and charities, including the Air Ambulance Service.

Starting and finishing at Stoke St Milborough Village Hall, near Ludlow, the tough running event is now in its sixth year and attracts runners from all over the country.

Croft Ambrey have also made it one of their club championship runs.

Fletcher received the leading female winner’s cup, having achieved a remarkable finishing time of 59 minutes and one second in very muddy conditions, coming in 12th overall.

"I'm a sad person who loves puddles and mud - and the view at the top was amazing,” said Fletcher.

Meanwhile, the men’s event was won by Richard Gwilliam in a time of 52 minutes and one second.