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'Britain's 'greenest' race' (oh yeah?)

The Ashtead 10k and Fun run has now raised over £13,550 for charity over the years (including the 2018 race) - mainly our local charity Rianna's Fund - which often sends marshals to help at the race!

Review summary

1 Review
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Tina M
"This was the second time I have run this race and it was just as good as I..."
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How to enter the Ashtead 10K

  1. 10k

    Run 10km
    Event passed
  2. 2k

    Run 2km

Ashtead 10K routes

The course involves a route through the varied woodland habitats of the Common, including open areas of previously-burnt woodland and regrowth, coppiced areas, and the ancient oaks for which the common is famous. The route is undulating, with total ascent and descent of not more than around 250m. The route follows wide grassy footpaths, bridleways and tracks through the forest, and in its mid-section features views over farmland to Malden Rushett and beyond.

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Where do the proceeds from this event go?

They go to benefit Rianna's Fund.

Are there finishers t-shirts?

No t-shirts in 2019, but race entry prices will be further reduced, to half the level of 2017. This is to further reduce the environmental impact of the race and to increase the amount raised for Rianna's Fund.

Ashtead 10K weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

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Ashtead 10K reviews

5 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the 10k in 2019

    This was the second time I have run this race and it was just as good as I remembered. Lots of friendly people, warm weather, great if a little challenging course and lovely bacon rolls and homemade cakes after. Great eco friendly wooden medal at the finish. Highly recommended.

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