Run Sandringham

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Booked 1 time in the last week
£26.90 - £28.90


Booked 1 time in the last week
Feel like royalty at the Sandringham Estate by choosing a race that suits you. With no Cut-off time, take in these stunning views at your own pace. Come for the unique medal, finisher goodies, and plenty of post-race refuel stations to replenish your energy.
5k, Half Marathon and Community Mile
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9:00am Sun 18th Jun 2023 - 1:00pm Sun 18th Jun 2023
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Sandringham, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Sandringham PE35 6EN, UK
Start times
10:00am Sun 18th Jun 2023
Half Marathon:
9:00am Sun 18th Jun 2023
1:00pm Sun 18th Jun 2023
Community Mile:
Event summary
Here are the distances available for Run Sandringham
Half Marathon
£26.90 - £28.90
£14.90 - £16.90
Community Mile
£8.90 - £10.90
Route information
Half Marathon Elevation 60m
5k Elevation 55m
Community Mile Elevation 25m
Terrain roads, pavements, and trail
With a start and finish based within the Sandringham Estate, the crowds will be out in force to create a super atmosphere and provide lots of enthusiastic support for all those taking part.
Passing through the finish within the grounds of Sandringham Estate you'll collect your medal and finishers goody bag and sponsor goodies to showcase your achievement.
The event hub will be buzzing with lots of post-race facilities, along with food and drink facilities, making it a great place to celebrate your achievement with family and friends.
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What's included
  • Bespoke Finisher's Medal
  • Goodie bag
  • Chip-timed results
  • Prizes for race winners & age group winners
  • Water stations
  • Event Photography available for purchase
  • Post-race Food and Drink stations available
How to get there
Sandringham PE35 6EN, UK
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There will be plenty of parking available at Sandringham Estate.
Event day logistics
07:30 Registration opens
09:00 5k starts
10:00 1st Wave for Half Marathon starts
10:05 2nd Wave for Half Marathon starts
10:10 3rd Wave for Half Marathon starts
13:00 Community Mile starts
Race Packs
Race packs will be posted to runners before the event
Age Requirements
  • Community Mile: participants need to be aged 4 and over to take part. All participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult
  • 5k: participants need to be aged 11 and over to take part
  • Half Marathon: participants need to be aged 17 and over to take part
Cut-off Time
There will be no cut-off times at the event, ensuring all entrants can run at their own pace.
All participants in the half marathon will begin in waves beginning at 10:00am, 10:05am and 10:10am. You should be emailed your starting wave.
Aid Stations
Medical teams will be present onsite - if you feel pain, experience dizziness or any other symptoms immediately stop running and seek help from a marshal, who can radio through for medical assistance.
Water Stations
There will be at least 2 water stations out on the course. Run Sandringham is a sustainable plastic free event - so please bring refillable bottles where possible, and we can refill these at the designated water stations on route.
There will be toilets available within the Event Village as well as in the Visitor Centre next to the private estate.
Bag Drop
Bag drop will be available in the Event Village and will open at 8am.
Event Village
There will be plenty of food and drinks partners, entertainment, a warm-up area, and medal engraving available at the event.
There will be massage therapists available for advice and pre-event tips, as well as rub downs after your run.
In ear Headphones are banned from the race. Bone conducting headphones though are permitted – so long as you can still hear marshal instructions clearly.
Is there a cut-off time for the Run Sandringham 2023?
No, there is no cut-off time so runners are able to take their time enjoying the sights as they run.
Can I wear headphones while I run in the Run Sandringham 2023?
Unfortunately headphones are not permitted. This is to ensure runners can hear marshal's instructions and other runners around them.
Can I bring my buggy to run with at the Run Sandringham 2023?
No pets, wheelchairs, or prams will be allowed on race day.
32 reviews
Did the race in 2022
Amazing course amazing organisation just needs more for family to do arfter to celebrate
Did the race in 2022
The grounds are lovely and it has potential but unfortunately this is the 2nd year and they've not improved on the signage or marshalling.People in the half were cutting corners and getting lost. The 3rd water station seemed to mysteriously disappear. There are no mile/km markers to tell you where you are and the marshalls have no idea whereabouts on the route they're stationed or how much further is left.Goody tote bag had some water, redbull and curried chickpeas
Did the race in 2022
The course was lovely, through the grounds, woods and lots to see. Some of the field bits were harder going under foot but still pretty. There were no repeated bits which was good as it felt like you were always making progress. There were no mile/kilometre markers which made for a shock at the end when the course looped away from the finish at the final mile! Personally I liked running under the shade and didn't mind the odd tree root. The road also was nice and wide and flat to help tired legs!There was lots of excellent support, hats off to those that gave their time to encourage everyone along. We had 3 water stations (paper cups) on the route. It would have been useful to be able to know in advance where these would be distance wise and logically before hand.The signposting and access, and parking were very good. There were food facilities but I wish there were more toilets (or better organised). The last 2 events had queues of up 40 minutes meaning a delayed start time. This year the start was delayed and again people still queued til last minute. I guess plenty of opportunities on the course for a "wild wee" if you don't mind!I liked the medal and goody bag though wish the can of water hadn't been brought from so far. Nice idea not using plastic but having to ship water canned in Austria is possibly not the most economic friendly. Overall I loved the run and will definitely run the 10k course.
Did the race in 2022
Second time Run Sandringham half marathon. Rarely do I complete event twice but thus gem us too good to miss ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Did the race in 2022
My 1st time running this event. Overall an ok experience. Positives: Good challenging coursePlenty of smiling marshalls to point you in the right directionGood atmosphere at HQ - my family were more than happy waiting for me to finish.Negatives: Placing of drinks stations - 2 within the 1st 7km then last one around 14km - on a hot day that last one needs to be further along really.Late start - didn't bother me but little explanation as to why.Lack of toilets - needed far more for the runners involved, queues way too long.Course short on everyones watch (which could be attributed to the trees).As said I thought the event was ok. It was advertised as a trail run which is what it was. Just need to iron out the slight issues - particularly in my eyes the location of the drinks stations.
Did the race in 2022
No pre race brief, no warm up session, late start, no distance markers, water stations poorly organised and had to run around marshals wandering down running route. Why aren't people told to keep left if they are walking and allow runners to pass.Being presented with a cheap totebag and sponsors freebies at the end felt cheap. I don't think any of the lads will ever use them. Generally grumble I heard was an expected a t-shirt.The BBQ stall were packing up as i got in 2.5hours after the last wave had set off.Compared to 2021 (which was great) this event was a complete contrast and felt more like a money making exercise.Mixed terrain routes a good challenge and running through the shade of the woods was great.
Did the race in 2022
Need Exit signs for the carpark. Pre-race email at first linked to 2021 ... then got to 2022 info by taping the link in a slightly different place... to find conflicting information about whether there was a bag drop or not. So had to contact the organisers. Need far far far more toilets. I counted 20 which is totally inadequate and not very hygienic as some had stopped flushing before the 5k had even started! Liked the course, medal and bag. Not impressed with the contents. Revolting food.Really liked how the runners names were called out as they finished.Need more refreshment stalls as huge queues and ran out of food.
Did the race in 2022
More toilets needed and to not run near the finish line and then have 2k left
Did the race in 2022
A first class course covering a vast amount of the Sandringham estate.
Did the race in 2022
I got sent the wrong coloured bib so had to set off in last group which was a bind as I ended up having just a steady run chatting to a mate. Water stations two in the first 4.5 miles then quite a long wait till the next one. Goody bag was poor. Marshalls were brilliant and its a great place to run round, overall I would do it again.
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