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A 10k multi-terrain race across the prestigious Chatsworth Estate.

If the 10k is a bit of stretch, why not take part in our 3k, which is a section of the same route. It really is great fun and we encourage everyone, of all abilities, to join in! The cheer at the end will spur you to run down the hill to the finish line.

Review summary

2 Reviews
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"Really challenging course with an up and down approach. Not a PB course but..."


Paul s
"A grass start then a steady hard standing 1 km, goes into a challenging..."
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How to enter the Chatsworth 10K & 3K Fun Run

  1. 3K Fun Run

    Run 3km
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  2. 10K

    Run 10km
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Chatsworth 10K & 3K Fun Run routes

The route of the 10k run is flat at first, then climbs steeply then steadily up to the lakes where it is flat, then descends and the final stretch is flat. This is a multi terrain course on tarmac, grass and stoney track.

The route of the 3k run involves a flat outward leg on tarmac, a brief uphill section on grass, a relatively flat return leg ending with a short downhill section on grass.

For both runs marshalls will be stationed along the course.

What’s Included
    Finishers Medal
Raceday Logistics

Race packs are available from Helen's Trust, Unit 2 Granby Road, Bakewell DE45 1ES from Monday 24th June to Thursday 27th June or on the day at the registration tent.

9.15am – 10k warm up at the start line

9.30am – 10k start

11.30am – 3k start


Where can I leave my bag?

In the baggage drop, belongings need to be collected by 12.15 pm.

Where can I buy a running vest?

They can be purchased with online and paper registrations.

Do 3k entrants get a race number?

Yes, however the 3k run is not a chip timed race.

Where do I get my results?

They will be available at registration, updated at intervals as runners reach the finish; and available within 24 hours at www.helenstrust.org.uk and on our social media platforms.

Is it the fastest 250 who receive a Bakewell Pudding?

Not necessarily, it is the first 250 over the line.

I’m running the 10k, do I need to pay to run the 3k with my children?

Having paid a race fee for the 10k, you won’t have to pay a 3k fee for yourself however you will need to pay for children or anyone who hasn’t paid the fee to run the 10k.

What are the prizes?

1st male and female £75
2nd male and female £50
3rd male and female £25
Veteran male (over 40) and female (over 35) – trophy
Veteran male (over 60) and female (over 55) -trophy

What do runners receive?

All runners in both 10k and 3k receive water, a snack and a medal.

Can I defer my place?

Unfortunately not, it is never guaranteed that the race will be held each year. To discuss extenuating circumstances please contact [email protected]

Can we exit towards the house?

Exit is via the Golden Gates
Exit via Chatsworth Main entrance, will ONLY be possible when the road is clear of 3k runners we anticipate 12.30pm

Can I leave my car here whilst we visit/picnic/go for a walk?

Yes, although the Golden Gates will be closed from 1pm and therefore you will need to exit via the main entrance.

We’d like to visit the house/garden/playground is this ok?

Yes, although there will not be vehicle access along the road to the house until around 12.30pm providing the road is clear of 3k runners.

What facilities are available?

There are portable toilets available in the race arena. Refreshment stands, activities for children including face painting. A cake stall and sports massage for pre and post run.

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Chatsworth 10K & 3K Fun Run weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

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Chatsworth 10K & 3K Fun Run reviews (2)

4.8 out of 5 stars

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  • G


    Did the 10K in 2019

    Really challenging course with an up and down approach. Not a PB course but definitely one for The scenery. Great organisation and great charity too. (Helen’s Trust)
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    Paul s

    Did the 10K in 2019

    A grass start then a steady hard standing 1 km, goes into a challenging uphill grass climb which turns into a track leg burning 3 ish km. A few twists and turns and it's quite flat with a stoney descent and down hill for the last 1.5 km tarmac last leg. Loved it.