Bristol 1.5k, 5k & 10k MoRun
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Join in this family favourite in the Bristol MoRun. With mini 1.5k, 5k, and 10k events on offer, and fancy dress and fake moustaches encouraged, this event is fun for all. Come for the good times, finisher's medal, and to support Movember.
5k, Mini MoRun, and 10k
Sun 14th Nov 2021
Long Ashton, United Kingdom
Perks of booking with Let's Do This
The event experience
Based on 1,000 participants
5 to 20m elevation gain per km
Where and when
Ashton Court Estate, Long Ashton, Bristol BS41 9JN, UK
Sun 14th Nov 2021
The MoRun events proudly support Movember, the only charity tackling men's health on a global scale, year round.
Runners will take on 1 lap for the 5k route, and 2 laps for the 10k. Previous event results can be seen here.
Ashton Court is a stunning location for this scenic MoRun. This a mixed-terrain course with trail running and paths, and goes through the woods of Ashton Court is particularly hilly between the 1st and 3rd kilometre. There are some muddy sections. The route is suitable for buggy runners but not for wheelchairs. After 3km, at the top of the hill, runners of the 5k race will turn right, while 10k runners go left and do an extra section to add distance. There will be marshals, signposts, and water stations on the route.
Organiser route images
- Chip-timed results
- Exclusive MoRunning Medal
- MoRunning Headband
- Marked and marshalled course
How to get there
Ashton Court Estate, Long Ashton, Bristol BS41 9JN, UKGet full directions
Please park your car in one of the Car Parks or spaces outside of the park. As parking may be limited, please plan your journey to arrive in plenty of time before the race.
If you are driving to the event, please leave the main car park available to others and use the Church Lodge Carpark instead. This car park costs £2.
Event day logistics
08:15 Registration opens
10:30 Registration closes
10:30 Mini MoRun starts
10:30 Adults Fancy dress competition
11:00 Remembrance Silence
11:10 5k & 10k starts
There will be a warm up with some energetic tunes before each race.
Race packs will be collected on the day at registration. Please arrive in plenty of time to register and ensure you have your race number confirmation to hand. At registration you will receive your race number and chip, safety pins and dedicated headband.
Fancy Dress Competition
The fancy dress competition will take place for the adults at 10;30am. If you want to be in the Fancy dress showdown make sure you line up between the fancy dress flags by 10:30am latest. There will also be spot prizes for best dressed Mini MoRunners.
The Fix Events
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Fix Events have over a decades worth of experience within the endurance events space, and organise over 70 events per year, varying from running to triathlons to charity events. Their events are well-known for their friendly atmosphere, which makes them great for participants of all abilities and they’re also hosted throughout all of the UK’s major cities - making them easily accessible to everyone. On top of their staple events calendar, the Fix have partnered with charities such as the Movember Foundation, where they delivered over 20 MoRuns throughout the month to thousands of runners.
This is a great family event, with lots of silly fancy dress and groovy music, so it will be great fun to come and watch. You're more than welcome to come along and cheer your friends and family around the course. There's also a strong charitable focus, so the more support the better.
What are the age restrictions?
Children are permitted to run in any of the events, as long as their parent/guardian is confident that they are able to finish the course. Parents/guardians must be responsible for their children at all times. The Mini Mo event is restricted to younger children aged 3-12.
Is there somewhere I can leave my bags?
Yes, a bag storage area is located by the registration area. However, space is very limited so please pack lightly. The bag storage gazebos will always be attended, but it is not recommended to bring anything valuable.
Do I need to fundraise for the Movember Foundation?
Fundraising is not compulsory, but anything you can raise would make a big difference. When you enter, you have the option of making a donation. You can fundraise for any charity of your choice. MoRunning supports the Movember Foundation which tackles men's health, focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
My child is entered in the Mini MoRun, can I run with them?
Yes, 1 adult may accompany their MiniMo free of charge. Theres no need to register the adult, however the medals are reserved for the kids.
Is there a cut-off time to complete the MoRuns?
There is typically a 1.5 hour cut-off to complete the event.
Can I run with a buggy?
Yes, buggies are allowed at this event however as its partly run along trails, off-road running buggies are recommended.
Is the course suitable for a wheelchair?
Unfortunately, the course is not suitable for wheelchair users.
Can I run with my dog?
Yes, dogs are allowed but please ensure they are on a lead at all times and respectful of other runners.
Can I wear headphones at the Leeds 5k & 10k MoRun?
Yes, headphones are permitted but please ensure you can hear the marshals around you, as well as the general public.
First experience and it was a great experience and will definitely do more of your events. Course was tough but the atmosphere was on point.
5.0Did the 10k in 2021
Challenging, winding climb through the woods followed by a steep descent to complete the lap. Great course to test yourself with some stunning views across Bristol!
5.0Did the 10k in 2021
Great event and fantastic to be able to run with my son beforehand. Link to Remembrance Sunday and mental health issues was sensitively and positively handled. Perfect number of participants. Staff were friendly and engaged. Honestly Im struggling to think of a single negative although the weather did help! Cheers to all involved..
4.3Did the 10k in 2018
The course was great, I enjoyed stomping through the mud up the hills.My one criticism of it was at the top, having to run around a cone to get the distance up. It would be great if there was a way to not have to do a 180 degree turn although I'm not sure how this could be accomplished? Perhaps move the Start / Finish line back?
4.7Did the 10k in 2018
Can my 14 year old son do the 10k run. He is very capable of doing this distance and more? Many thanks
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