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RunWexham 10k & 5k

3 races scheduled · 300 participants · Sun 30th Jun 2019 · Slough
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Run Wexham, supported again this year by our headline sponsor N2O, returns on Sunday 30th June 2019 on the back of it’s record breaking success in 2018 at it’s new home of Black Park Country Park. Sign up today and get it booked in your diary to support your local hospital and help us make Run Wexham the best running event that you’ll do in 2019!

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Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust provides NHS hospital services for around 900,000 people across Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and south Buckinghamshire. Our aim is simple. We want to provide the highest quality healthcare possible to you.

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Tickets available until Thu Jun 27 2019

What's included:

New Prizes & Trophies -
This year after listening to runners feedback we are pleased to introduce new age categories and prizes/trophies for Run Wexham 2019. Along with every runner receiving a fantastic medal, all 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place male and female winners in both the 10k and 5k races will receive a trophy as well as a voucher from a local running shop. In addition we have introduced a trophy and voucher from a local running shop to 1st place finishers for both male and female in age categories V40, V45, V50, V55 and V60 in the 10k race and 5k race. Trophies will also be presented to the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place finishers for the 1K fun run.

10k
12:00am Sun 30th Jun 2019

Run 10km

5k
12:00am Sun 30th Jun 2019

Run 5km

Fun Run
10:00am Sun 30th Jun 2019

Run 1km

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4.7
7 reviews
Did the 10k in 2019
This event is the ideal milestone for my personal training from Easter through to the Windsor Half Marathon on the last Sunday of September. The community organisation I am a member of, the Community Leadership Foundation, intends to encourage participation in both these events year on year through its CLF Huddle initiative which aims to nurture a culture of salubrious living within the local community by encouraging spectatorship, facilitating opportunities and boosting participation. Run Wexham and Windsor Half Marathon are two excellent examples of local opportunities which provide a safe family-friendly environment within scenic settings and excellent event management. </p><p>This is the second year we have participated in Run Wexham and we intend to continue doing so, while Wexham Park Hospital is a worthy cause we can all be proud of supporting. </p><p>This year some of our children also participated in the fun run and also volunteered to support the event. We are hopeful this event will be a mainstay for all ages of the wider community. We would love to see a strong and positive marketing campaign to encourage participation from ethnic minorities and all genders, highlighting the non-intimidating character of running as a universally accessible sporting activity. … read more
Mark O.
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5.0
Did the 10k in 2019
The pre-race communication from the organisers was excellent. The event itself was a pleasure with a nice (albeit small) event village.</p><p>The course through Black Park is a lovely run mainly through shaded woods and the course was really well signed along with excellent and enthusiastic marshalls. … read more
Emily N
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5.0
Did the 10k in 2019
This event was fairly low-key but well-organised, in a lovely setting and with nice people - perfect for me! Will definitely be back in the future.… read more
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Is the course/route wheelchair accessible?

The answer is yes, however this would be weather dependent, because in heavy rain we think it would be hard to push a standard wheelchair. We would ask that the competitor take the usual caution when in a group of runners to take care of others in their surroundings.

Did the 10k in 2019
This event is the ideal milestone for my personal training from Easter through to the Windsor Half Marathon on the last Sunday of September. The community organisation I am a member of, the Community Leadership Foundation, intends to encourage participation in both these events year on year through its CLF Huddle initiative which aims to nurture a culture of salubrious living within the local community by encouraging spectatorship, facilitating opportunities and boosting participation. Run Wexham and Windsor Half Marathon are two excellent examples of local opportunities which provide a safe family-friendly environment within scenic settings and excellent event management. </p><p>This is the second year we have participated in Run Wexham and we intend to continue doing so, while Wexham Park Hospital is a worthy cause we can all be proud of supporting. </p><p>This year some of our children also participated in the fun run and also volunteered to support the event. We are hopeful this event will be a mainstay for all ages of the wider community. We would love to see a strong and positive marketing campaign to encourage participation from ethnic minorities and all genders, highlighting the non-intimidating character of running as a universally accessible sporting activity.
Mark O.
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5.0
Did the 10k in 2019
The pre-race communication from the organisers was excellent. The event itself was a pleasure with a nice (albeit small) event village.</p><p>The course through Black Park is a lovely run mainly through shaded woods and the course was really well signed along with excellent and enthusiastic marshalls.
Emily N
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5.0
Did the 10k in 2019
This event was fairly low-key but well-organised, in a lovely setting and with nice people - perfect for me! Will definitely be back in the future.
Sunil B
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5.0
Did the 5k in 2019
Very good and enjoyed the run.<br />Help was available and water available after 2.5 KM which was very good.
Helen M
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5.0
Did the 10k in 2019
Lovely two lap race through black park. Friendly marshals, good signage. Will be back next year. Thanks!
Eithne E
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4.7
Did the 10k in 2019
Great race this morning. <br />For thoses who run the 10km you need more clear direction that you over the start again for your second lap. Last year it was different. Today some marshalls were unaware of which direction to go. Hence more clear signage or marshalls at this point of the race, would really improve the course.<br />Also a different medal would be better, as I'd be reluctant to run again if it's the same medal, next year. </p><p>Otherwise great morning 👍
T kaur
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3.3
Did the 10k in 2019
The atmosphere seem to be lacking. Even though there was a bubble entertainment for the children I think the place could have done with a DJ. Regular announcements and updates could be useful . Kids race was announced 15 min early and then asked to wait . Some more encouraging Marshall's could be useful . Overall good effort
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Logistics and schedule

**Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of your run.
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Fun Run
10:00am – Start
10.30am – Prize ceremony for the top 3 runners.

10k & 5k Race
10.15am – Start
11.45am – Prize ceremony for the following categories: Top three male and female finishers, Male and Female -V40, V45, V50, V55 and V60. There will also be a Trophy for 1st Place Club – 3 fastest finishers in the 10k only.

Event Village
Surrounding and supporting the actual race will be the event village where all are welcome to come to support the run and support Wexham Park Hospital. Things such as live music, circus workshops, post-race massage, food and refreshments will all be situated near to the start/finish area to make this a really great day out for everyone involved.

Volunteers

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

You can contact the charity on email at [email protected] or calling 01753 633206

How to get there

Black Park Country Park, Black Park Rd, Slough SL3 6DS, UK

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Black Park Country Park
Black Park Road
Slough
Berkshire
SL3 6DS
United Kingdom

Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of your run.

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