The Regent’s Park 10K

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Join us for this return of the The Regent's Park 10K on an accurately measured route around the scenic surroundings of London's Regent's Park. A run or a race – suitable for experienced runners and first-timers alike, using roads and footpaths.
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10K, 2 Mile Fun Run and Children's Race
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Calendar
Sun, 10 Nov 2019
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London, United Kingdom
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3.2
(21 Reviews)
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Where and when
Location
The Regent's Park Hub, London NW1 4RU, UK
Start times
Sun, 10 Nov 2019
10K:
9:00am |
2 Mile Fun Run:
TBC |
Children's Race:
TBC
Races summary
Here's what races are available for The Regent’s Park 10K
10K
Distance
10km
£18.00 - £20.00
2 Mile Fun Run
Distance
2mi
£10.00
Children's Race
Distance
0.8km
£4.00
Route information
The Regent's Park 10K course is a three lap route covering the tarmac paths within the boundaries of Regent's Park. The course has been officially measured and carries a certificate of course accuracy (certificate number: 11/174). The route will be clearly marked using large route arrows and directional cones, as well as being marshalled throughout. We would ask you to remember that we do not have exclusive use of the park and you should be aware that other park users will be on the course.
The route is a flat course with only one gentle incline to contend with and covers the tarmac paths surrounding the park. You will pass around various sections of the park past the boating lake and down the famous Regent's Park Broad Walk. You will also pass the Money Fountain and alongside London Zoo.
What's included
The race features chip timing and prizes will be awarded to the leading runners and age category winners. Finish line goodies and a bespoke medal will be on offer for every finisher plus a selection of finish line goodies.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to the 401 Foundation.
Souvenir technical t-shirts are available to purchase.
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How to get there
The Regent's Park Hub, London NW1 4RU, UK
Get full directionsExternalLink
Race HQ: The Hub, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4RU
On foot:
The park is easily accessible by foot. You can enter the park through several gates and the Hub is located in the centre of the park close to the Winter Gardens. The closest entrances are Primrose Hill Bridge near London Zoo’s main entrance, Macclesfield Bridge or Charlotte Bridge, both off Prince Albert Road or Hanover Gate off Park Road.
Once in the park, follow the signs to the Hub and you will be able to easily find the Race HQ. There will also be race signage once you enter the park indicating which way to go.
By car:
For those who wish to drive to the event, there is very limited parking available on the Outer Circle. Parking is pay and display which opens at 9am on Sunday morning.
Please note no vehicles may enter the park under any circumstances.
For those using a Sat Nav, the post code for the event is NW1 4RU.
By bus:
There are number of buses that travel to Regent's Park. All buses stop close to Regent's Park and it is only a short walk to the Race HQ from all entrances.
The buses that travel to Regent's Park are:
  • 2 Marylebone Station – Crystal Palace
  • 13 Aldwych – Golders Green
  • 18 Euston – Sudbury
  • 27 Chalk Farm – Turnham Green
  • 74 Baker Street Station – Roehampton
  • 82 Victoria – North Finchley
  • 113 Oxford Circus – Edgware
  • 139 Waterloo – West Hampstead
  • 189 Oxford Circus – Brent Cross Shopping Centre
  • 274 Angel Islington – Lancaster Gate
  • 453 Marylebone Street – Deptford Broadway
  • C2 Oxford Circus – Parliament Hill Fields
By tube:
The park is easily accessible via tube with several stations surrounding the park. The closest station to the start race HQ is Baker Street.
The tube stations close to the park and their relevant lines are:
  • Baker Street – Hammersmith & City, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Bakerloo lines
  • Regent's Park – Bakerloo line
  • Great Portland Street – Hammersmith & City, Circle, Metropolitan lines
  • St John’s Wood – Jubilee line
  • Camden Town – Northern line
Event day logistics
Facilities:
Toilets
Baggage Drop Off
Refreshments
First Aid:
St John Ambulance will be in attendance on the day and the course will be marshalled to provide assistance. There will also be a sweep marshal following the race to ensure that nobody is left behind and that all runners are accounted for.
Results:
Your individual time and position will be recorded by your electronic chip. We will endeavour to display results as they come into the race centre. Results will be uploaded to www.nice-work.org.ukExternalLink as soon as possible after the race. All entrants that have supplied a valid and legible email address will receive a copy of the results as soon as possible after the race.
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Nice Work
Nice Work are an event organiser based out of Rye in Sussex, who offer one of the most comprehensive inventory of running events in the UK. From coastal 10ks, to trail marathons, to inner-city fun runs, these events have an ever-growing and loyal community of runners who are in it for the love of the sport. If you’ve ever sat on the fence or been unsure about taking on your first running event, then checking out Nice Work’s offering is the perfect place to start.
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FAQs
What facilities are available?
Toilets, refreshments and baggage drop off facilities are available for this race
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Where can I find results for the Regent’s Park 10K?
Results can be found on www.nice-work.org.uk post race. If you signed up using a valid email address, you will also receive results via email.
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At what time does the Regent’s Park 10K start?
The race starts at 9.15am so please try to arrive in advance to ensure you're at set to go.
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When will I receive my race pack?
You should receive your race pack 10 days before the event. If your race pack does not arrive before race day then please check in at the registration desk on the day and they will issue you a pack.
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Reviews
3.2
21 reviews
ShoeFlatGood for beginners
ThumbsUpWell organized
SceneryStunning scenery
Peter.
Star
4.0
Did the race in 2019
I have run this course a few times so knew what to expect. Was pleased with my time and really liked the medal.
Matt B
Star
4.3
Did the race in 2019
The race was easy to get to and registration was quick, if you turned up on time. The start was quick and the course was clear all way round and relatively flat. Directions were given clearly and the route was easy to follow; great for a fast time. Overall a good well organised race, will definately be back!
Star
3.3
Did the race in 2019
Race started late so waiting around in the cold wasn’t ideal but the volunteers always do a great job and normally a nice atmosphere on race day
Brian S
Star
3.0
Did the race in 2019
Badly organised. 25 min late start. Enjoyed the course due to the backdrop and the fact its regents park. Paths a little tight when things initially got going as they are narrow in places. Start finish was also off the path so was ridiculously muddy. Was particularly dicey when finishing. Marshals were friendly and gave plenty of encouragement and were helpful. Probably would of been better to have the whole thing centred on the hub to give a sense of centre/atmosphere. I would recommend it. 😊
Cindy E
Star
1.0
Did the race in 2019
Where do I start. More of a disorganised tough mudder event. Told to arrive 30 mins early... to start at the original time(classic. Comedy gold) ... grass start line with no flag or indication... just someone waving their hands around saying ‘woohoo start is here’ ... long queue to get bibs meant we didn’t start at the earlier time ... very little volunteers on course or signage to indicate where you were going...no announcements, just a man standing on a bench shouting ... and a bagdrop that was unsupervised on a plastic sheet that anyone in the park could access. To get to the boggy and grass finish line you had to cross a pathway which was full of pedestrians and dogs. Defo not a PB event. Lots of people (and kiddies!) fell on their bottom it was so muddy and wet! Did this event with The Race Organiser and that was much better. Organisation was perfect and I defo missed the flapjack! ‘Goodies’ after the event included a cup of water and a Jaffa cake ... very disappointed ... didn’t realise I paid for a ration pack! ...perhaps not so ‘Nice Work’ after all. To top it off. The email we received to notify us of the change in times mentioned there would be a minutes silence for Remembrance Day before the race ... did this happen? Course not! What a shambles of a Sunday. Would recommend this event when organised by The Race Organiser.
Cindy E
Star
1.0
Did the race in 2019
Where do I start. More of a disorganised tough mudder event. Told to arrive 30 mins early... to start at the original time(classic. Comedy gold) ... grass start line with no flag or indication... just someone waving their hands around saying ‘woohoo start is here’ ... long queue to get bibs meant we didn’t start at the earlier time ... very little volunteers on course or signage to indicate where you were going...no announcements, just a man standing on a bench shouting ... and a bagdrop that was unsupervised on a plastic sheet that anyone in the park could access. To get to the boggy and grass finish line you had to cross a pathway which was full of pedestrians and dogs. Defo not a PB event. Lots of people (and kiddies!) fell on their bottom it was so muddy and wet! Did this event with The Race Organiser and that was much better. Organisation was perfect and I defo missed the flapjack! ‘Goodies’ after the event included a cup of water and a Jaffa cake ... very disappointed ... didn’t realise I paid for a ration pack! ...perhaps not so ‘Nice Work’ after all. To top it off. The email we received to notify us of the change in times mentioned there would be a minutes silence for Remembrance Day before the race ... did this happen? Course not! What a shambles of a Sunday. Would recommend this event when organised by The Race Organiser.
Cindy E
Star
1.0
Did the race in 2019
Where do I start. More of a disorganised tough mudder event. Told to arrive 30 mins early... to start at the original time(classic. Comedy gold) ... grass start line with no flag or indication... just someone waving their hands around saying ‘woohoo start is here’ ... long queue to get bibs meant we didn’t start at the earlier time ... very little volunteers on course or signage to indicate where you were going...no announcements, just a man standing on a bench shouting ... and a bagdrop that was unsupervised on a plastic sheet that anyone in the park could access. To get to the boggy and grass finish line you had to cross a pathway which was full of pedestrians and dogs. Defo not a PB event. Lots of people (and kiddies!) fell on their bottom it was so muddy and wet! Did this event with The Race Organiser and that was much better. Organisation was perfect and I defo missed the flapjack! ‘Goodies’ after the event included a cup of water and a Jaffa cake ... very disappointed ... didn’t realise I paid for a ration pack! ...perhaps not so ‘Nice Work’ after all. To top it off. The email we received to notify us of the change in times mentioned there would be a minutes silence for Remembrance Day before the race ... did this happen? Course not! What a shambles of a Sunday. Would recommend this event when organised by The Race Organiser.
Ep
Star
3.7
Did the race in 2019
Lovely views and location but terrible organisation. Queue to get numbers was absolutely ridiculous and started 27 mins late which isn’t ideal.
Rhian S
Star
4.3
Did the race in 2019
Really good course, got a pb so always good! For the cost of the event I thought it was very good value for money. There were slight issues like it started a little bit late, and there were loads of toliets but as it didn't cost much to enter you really cant complain as they were only mild inconviences. Also the medal is really good!
Javier S
Star
2.0
Did the race in 2019
Email in the week race saying that it will be a 9:00 start and then starting at 9:20.It’s not that flat, as half of the lap is always going up (small %)It is expensive as how then is the whole event
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