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The Flintshire 10k & 5K, the race starts and finishes at the Mold Leisure centre and takes a loop around the town, an undulating but quick course.

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Joanne C
"This was my first time running this race, having juts moved to the area. It..."
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How to enter the The Flintshire 10K & 5K

  1. 10k

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  2. 5K

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  3. 1k Fun run

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The Flintshire 10K & 5K routes

Road/Lane will be closed from the Wrexham Road at the B5444 Mold Bypass roundabout to Gas Lane/Brook Street from 8:45am, in this direction only, residential access will be maintained when safe & clear. All other roads of the route remain open to traffic so please expect cars and listen to marshal instructions on crossing points and keep on pavements, it is your responsibility to stop for a car approaching a junction.

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What’s Included

Includes a quality bespoke medal and T-shirt

Raceday Logistics

Race numbers and chip timing for the 10k & 5k will need to be collected from Race HQ on the morning of the event. Please find your number on the alphabetical list (by surname) on the Wall first and then go to the 5k or 10k desk to collect your pack.


There will be a baggage store available and also shower and changing facilities.

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The Flintshire 10K & 5K weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

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The Flintshire 10K & 5K reviews

4 out of 5 stars

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  • Did the 5K in 2018

    This was my first time running this race, having juts moved to the area. It starts from a good, easy to get to location--Mold leisure centre. I arrived before they closed the road at 8am and found easy parking. There was some confusion where to pick up bib and timing chip as no signs pointed the way, I just followed others! Collecting bib was easy and quick (also had a look at the tshirts for sale cheaply from other races). Toilets were easy to find without a queue. Getting to start line was easy and the race set off without hassle. The route itself was good, but didn't pass anything too interesting, I didn't like at one point you either had to run single file on the pavement ot step out on to a busy road, as this part was uphill there was a lot of running on the road past the walkers on the pavement, I felt a bit unsafe. Soon enough it was the finishing point, back at the centre and the crowd was good. Good race, would run again.