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Wakefield Hospice 10k

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Tickets £22–£24, Charity places available

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POSTPONED FROM 29TH MARCH TO 20TH SEPT. There's never been a better reason to pull on your trainers than for the Wakefield 10k. This event is great for runners of all ages and abilities. Come down to run in a popular local race and help raise much needed funds for Wakefield Hospice.

Review summary

4.8
25 Reviews
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Ami J
"First Wakefield race this year, it will now feature on the annual calendar...."

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James D
"Absolutely loved this 10k, fantastic atmosphere, lovely people and really well..."

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James S
"Lovely event, really good for Wakefield. Lots of clubs attend as well as..."
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Wakefield Hospice 10k route

The Wakefield 10k and 1k Mini Run all take place in Thornes Park Athetics Stadium and Thornes Park. Please see below for the map of the location.

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Entry to the race
  • Race number
  • Disposable chip timing tag
  • Wakefield 10k Technical Finishers T-shirt
  • Mini Runners receive a professional runner number and finisher's medal also
  • Raceday Logistics

    Schedule:

    Group 1: 45 Minutes or less

    Group 2: 45.01 to 55 minutes

    Group 3: 55.01 to 65 minutes

    Group 4: 65.01 minutes and over

    These groups will be called based on the colour of the race bibs, so please listen out to make sure you don't miss your start time.

    Spectators

    Spectators are definitely encouraged to come down to the event and cheer on their family and friends. But better yet, why not sign up and raise some money for an awesome cause.

    Volunteers
    Wakefield Hospice 10k would not happen without the invaluable support of our dedicated team of hospice volunteers. If you would like to get involved please follow this link: https://www.wakefieldhospice.org/Work-With-Us/Volunteer

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are there facilities?
    Yes, there are toilets, changing tents, refreshments and a property tent.
    What prizes are available?
    Wakefield Hospice is delighted to be able to offer a prize list totalling £850.00
    What are the categories for the awards?
    The following categories are awarded: 10k Fastest 3 men 10k Fastest 3 women 10k Fastest Male and Female Veterans: 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over
    When will I receive my running number?
    Entries received by Friday 15th March will receive their race pack (which includes your race number and timing chip) in the post. If your entry was received after Friday 15th March you will be able to collect your race pack on the day from the registration tent.
    Are there any age restrictions?
    For the 10K entrants must be 15 or older, and any participants between 15 - 17 years old will need parental permission to race. Mini Run – anyone can take part. Children under 11 need to run with an adult (18 or over) and have their parent or guardian’s permission to take part. 11 to 17 year olds can take part on their own, but will require parental or guardian permission.
    When will I receive my race pack?
    If you entered before 15th March 2019 your race pack including your race number and timing chip, will be posted out to you. If your entry was completed after this you will need to pick up your race number and timing chip on the day from the registration tent.
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    Wakefield Hospice 10k weather forecast

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    11°C
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    IconLight breeze possible, up to 10mph

    Meet the organizer

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    #18

    Wakefield Hospice are ranked #18 in the UK out of 379 organizers

    Wakefield Hospice is a purpose-built specialist palliative care unit that opened in April 1990 providing 8 single ensuite bedrooms and 2 four bed ward areas, a Day Therapy Unit, bereavement support and education. Over the years the Day Care Unit developed initially into a Day Therapy Unit and ultimately into a Drop-In Centre providing therapies, information and care for patients, carers and bereaved families.

    Wakefield Hospice 10k reviews (25)

    4.8 out of 5 stars

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      James S

      Did the 10k in 2018

      Lovely event, really good for Wakefield. Lots of clubs attend as well as individuals. An event really open to all abilities. Closed roads with lots of marshals, very friendly and encouraging volunteers.
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      Simon Marshall

      Did the 10k in 2019

      Great little 10k. Scenery is ok but the crowds are better. Definitely one to try if it's your first time.
    • Did the 10k in 2019

      First Wakefield race this year, it will now feature on the annual calendar. Great event, very well supported. Awesome for beginners and fast ones alike. Great buzz, fast course :-)
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      Thomas C

      Did the 10k in 2019

      It was fantasic, and good having pacers! The course is an out and back, the streets are clear for runners and the course is always lined by supporters, it's an amazing 10k
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      Shelly C

      Did the 10k in 2019

      It's the only road race I've returned to, this year being my 3rd year. Love that its run locally for the community. Really friendly crowds and runners. I'll be back again in 2020
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      Helen L

      Did the 10k in 2019

      I love that its big enough to feel like a top end race withouth being over crowded or impersonal. Organised by local hospice (which I didnt know before) with profit going there. Listen to feedback and always try to give runners best experience.
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      Doug J

      Did the 10k in 2018

      Quite tough course first half, but much easier on way back. Loads of people come out and support. Well organised, and good set up on the day
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      Helen M

      Did the 10k in 2019

      Well organised and always listening to feedback and improving year on year -all proceeds goes back into the community locally.
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      Louise G

      Did the 10k in 2019

      My favourite 10k, done it for the last 2 years. It was very well organised and a great atmosphere. Will be entering again next year.
    • Did the 10k in 2019

      Absolutely loved this 10k, fantastic atmosphere, lovely people and really well organised. I run with Sarah Powala and Jamie Strachen supporting Wakefield Hospice and Sarah's #10KADIM 10k a Day in May challenge. Maybe I'm a little biased as Wakefield is now my official 10K PB course !
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