Whitchurch 10K 2019

Sunday 7th April 2019

A future version of this event is now available here Whitchurch 10K 2020 on Sun 05 Apr 2020
Event Details


Welcome to the 3rd Sir John Talbot’s Whitchurch 10K Road Race...still can't believe we are on year 3 already! We are grateful for the ongoing generous support provided by Grocontinental, who are the headline race sponsors for this event which is celebrating its third year.
The race has a full UKA licence.
Starting and finishing at Sir John Talbot’s School, the course is mainly flat but we have incorporated some short hills just to keep you a little challenged! It is confined to roads within the boundaries of our historic Market Town. The Town centre, with its half-timbered buildings, bustling pubs and the imposing Georgian Grade 1 listed St Alkmund’s Church will form part of the course, where we hope the residents of the Town and visitors alike, will congregate to shout, cheer and encourage all runners.The course has been finalised and is available via http://www.sirjohntalbots.co.uk/sjt-10k/ and the Sir John Talbot's School Whitchurch 10K Facebook page. It will be included in the course programme, a copy of which will be given to all runners on race day together with their race number. There will be one water station on the course with additional water available to runners at the finish. Should the weather be particularly hot on the day, additional water stations may be added.
Entry Options - Age 15 & over on Sun 07 Apr 2019
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Refund Policy

Once we have confirmed your participation in the Event we will not provide any refund if you choose to cancel your place.

Entered the Whitchurch 10K but can't run it?

Please email sjt10k@gmail.com to advise so we aren’t looking for you on the day.

We can offer transfers up to race day. Please refer to your email from Nifty Events or contact Hayley Alldridge at sjt10k@gmail.com.

Sun 07 Apr 2019 at 10:00
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Hayley Alldridge
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