I use "map my run" which is fantastic . You can share your routes as well. It uses the google map system so you can view your runs topographically (big word for me) as well and you can view the elevations to check out the hills that you will encounter along the way. When you type in your run destination type in UK after it (Birmingham UK) as it's an American based site. Have fun.
I did try to post you link but because I haven't done enough posts on this forum I'm not allowed to. Sorry 'bout that.