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Timothy James & Partners London 10 Mile

2 races scheduled · Sun 13th May 2018 · Richmond
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About this event

Taking part on Sunday 13 May, London’s only major 10 mile running event is returning to Richmond Park this summer! We’re expecting a sell-out event, so don’t miss your chance to take on this unique distance on fully closed roads inside London’s most stunning Royal Park. Featuring a Family Fun Run and Picnic in the Park, it’s going to be a fantastic summer’s day out for all the family!

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CSM Active is the new active lifestyle division of CSM.

Our mission is simple - to deliver outstanding mass participation events and experiences that will inspire people to lead a more active lifestyle.

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How to enter

What's included:

Participants must be 16 years old on the day of the event, May 13 2018. Runners under the age of 18 will need to be registered on the online entry portal by their Parent or Legal Guardian.

What Runners Receive:

1) Traffic free route, 2) Cool finishers’ medal, 3) Free event photos, 4) Live music, 5) Free kids’ entertainment, 6) Free yoga & massage, 7) Giving back to park run, 8) Finish line treats, 9) Personalized race number (With electronic chip timing & in-depth results analysis).

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Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Can disabled runners enter?
Yes, disabled participants are welcome. All we ask is that you clearly state what your disability is, along with any assistance that will be required, on your online entry form. If you require a guided runner, please email [email protected] who will be able to provide details on how to claim a free place for your guide.… read more
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Can wheelchair racers enter?
Whilst we are always looking for ways to make our events as inclusive as possible, we unfortunately are unable to accommodate solo wheelchair racers due to the steepness of some of the climbs and descents. We can allow a wheelchair user to take part if they are being pushed by a runner. We apologise for any disappointment this may cause.… read more
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3When will I receive my race pack?
Race packs will be delivered to runners who entered on or before May 8 and can arrive as late as the day before the event – so don’t panic!All those entering after May 8 will need to collect their race pack from the Race Pack Collection Point in the Event Village before 9.30am. You will need to bring photo ID and confirmation email.All overseas participants (regardless of when they entered) will have to collect their race pack from the Race Pack Collection Point in the Event Village before 9.30am on the day of the event. You will need to bring your confirmation email and proof of ID (e.g. driving licence, passport, etc.).… read more
Logistics and schedule

Runners wishing to take part in both the 10 Mile and 1 Mile Family Fun Run can do so but will need to enter both events separately and are required to finish the 10 Mile run within approximately 80 minutes to give you enough time to get to the Family Fun Run start line.

SUNDAY MAY 13

8:30am : Event Village open

9:45am : 10 Mile warm-up

10:30am : 10 Mile start

11:30am : Picnic in the Park begins

12:00pm : Family Fun Run warm-up

12:15pm : Family Fun Run start

3pm : Activities in Event Village finish

4pm : Picnic in the Park closes

Volunteers

Would you like to spend the day in one of London’s most beautiful parks helping runners achieve their goals? If so, you can join our Volunteer Team for the inaugural Timothy James & Partners London 10 Mile taking place on Sunday 13th May by emailing [email protected].

Richmond Park will be closed off to all forms of road traffic for one special day this summer, providing runners of the 10 Mile and 1 Mile Family Fun Run with a truly unique opportunity to take over one of London’s most spectacular Royal Park.

Volunteers will support in a variety of ways, including handing out water, directing spectators, registering runners and marshaling the route.

How to get there

White Ash Lodge, Richmond TW10 5HZ, UK

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There are a number of ways to get to the Event Village which is located on the rugby pitches equidistant from Sheen Gate and Roehampton Gate.

Parking:

Car parking within the Park is now sold out. If you didn’t manage to secure a parking spot please do not drive into the park on event day, this will cause disruption and you will be turned away. Parking spaces cannot be purchased on the day of the event.

If you did purchase a parking spot during registration, please remember to bring the email receipt you will have received shortly after booking (please note this is different to your confirmation email). You will need to present this at Sheen Gate Car Park on the morning of the event.

Driving:

We have an extremely limited number of spaces in Sheen Gate Car Park for the entire day for £20. This can be purchased during entry into the event or added on afterwards by logging into myevents.active.com.

Please remember to bring the email receipt you will have received shortly after booking. You will need to present this at Sheen Car Park on the morning of the event.

If you don’t manage to secure a parking spot please do not drive into the park on event day, this will cause disruption and you will be turned away. Parking spaces cannot be purchased on the day of the event.

TUBE / TRAIN:

Richmond Station (national rail or district line): 35 minute walk or catch the 371 or 65 buses to the pedestrian gate at Petersham / Sheen.

Mortlake Station (national rail): 25 minute walk to the Event Village.

Barnes Station (national rail): 30 minute walk to the Event Village.

Barnes Bridge Station (national rail): 30 minute walk to the Event Village.

North Sheen Station (national rail): 40 minute walk to the Event Village.

BUS:

The following buses stop on Priory Lane a short walk to Sheen Gate or Roehampton Gate. From here, it’s a 15 minute walk to the Event Village.

33 Hammersmith – Richmond

337 Richmond – Clapham Junction

493 Richmond – Tooting

The following buses stop on Roehampton Lane which is a short walk to Roehampton Gate. From here, it’s a 15 minute walk to the Event Village.

85 / N85 Putney – Kingston

72 Roehampton – East Acton

265 Putney – Tolworth

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Can disabled runners enter?
Yes, disabled participants are welcome. All we ask is that you clearly state what your disability is, along with any assistance that will be required, on your online entry form. If you require a guided runner, please email [email protected] who will be able to provide details on how to claim a free place for your guide.
FAQ
Can wheelchair racers enter?
Whilst we are always looking for ways to make our events as inclusive as possible, we unfortunately are unable to accommodate solo wheelchair racers due to the steepness of some of the climbs and descents. We can allow a wheelchair user to take part if they are being pushed by a runner. We apologise for any disappointment this may cause.
FAQ
3When will I receive my race pack?
Race packs will be delivered to runners who entered on or before May 8 and can arrive as late as the day before the event – so don’t panic!All those entering after May 8 will need to collect their race pack from the Race Pack Collection Point in the Event Village before 9.30am. You will need to bring photo ID and confirmation email.All overseas participants (regardless of when they entered) will have to collect their race pack from the Race Pack Collection Point in the Event Village before 9.30am on the day of the event. You will need to bring your confirmation email and proof of ID (e.g. driving licence, passport, etc.).
FAQ
Can I run with my child in a buggy?
If you would like to run with your child in a buggy, please download and complete this parental consent form and email to [email protected] before Tuesday 1st May.
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Can I listen to music whilst running?
We strongly discourage the use of any equipment that acts as an impediment to hearing or concentration when running. This includes, but is not limited to, mobile telephones, personal stereos and MP3 players. Please note we cannot be responsible for accidents resulting from taking part with such equipment.
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Will there be a bag drop?
Yes. You will have a baggage tag on your race bib that can be torn off and looped round your bag before handing over to our Bag Drop Team in the Event Village. The baggage tag will have a number that correlates to your race bib. You will need to present your race bib in order to reclaim your bag so do not throw it away until you have got your bag back!We want you to be able to get some fresh clothes on before retiring to the Picnic in the Park with your family and friends to enjoy the entertainment on offer!
FAQ
Can I bring my dog?
Yes of course! Whilst runners aren’t allowed to run with dogs, spectators are allowed to bring their four legged friends. Please make yourself aware of the rules of the Park as there are places where dogs must be kept on leads and other areas where dogs are not allowed: Dogs in the Royal Parks.
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