Wickham 20 Mile & 10k

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Event postponed
Enjoy the glorious countryside of the Meon Valley in this springtime run. Great for beginners as well as those training for Spring marathons, the closed road undulating course winds through the village of Wickham and its surrounding areas. Come for the challenge or for the finisher's medal.
20 miles and 10k
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Sun, 29 Mar 2020
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Fareham, United Kingdom
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(2 Reviews)
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Where and when
National Glass Partitions - Glass Partition Supplies, Fareham, Wickham, Fareham, UK
Start times
Sun, 29 Mar 2020
20 miles:
9:00am |
Races summary
Here's what races are available for Wickham 20 Mile & 10k
20 miles
Route information
The run will start in Kingsmead which is a short walk from the Forestry Commission car park at Upperford Copse.
The course takes runners through the undulating country lanes to the north of the village of Wickham, through the Meon Valley.
The course is a 10km lap so those looking to complete the 20M race will complete 3 laps.
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What's included
  • Themed Finisher's Medal
  • Chip Timed Race
  • Bag Drop
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Prizes for 1st Placed Male and Female
  • Several Spot Prizes
How to get there
National Glass Partitions - Glass Partition Supplies, Fareham, Wickham, Fareham, UK
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**Address: Wickham Community Centre, Mill Lane, Wickham,Hampshire PO17 5AL
For travel, there is free parking at the Wickham Centre (although please not that this is limited) and also pay & display parking in the village square.
Event day logistics
0900: Race begins
Please ensure that you arrive in plenty of time to warm up, drop your bag and to soak up the atmosphere.
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Rural Running Events
Rural Running Limited, formed in October 2016, is a small, family business, run by me, Jeff Clark, my wife Michelle, and Laura Clark, who has recently joined us. As a recent convert to running, and having formerly been reluctant to run a bath, let alone a marathon, I think I know what the average runner wants from an event. If you are looking for a race where you can hide among 1000’s of other competitors, with bells and whistles, then this site is not for you! Our runs are all fairly small, and are aimed at all abilities. However, our runs are also planned with the serious runner in mind. Over the past months we have invested in a chip timing system, meaning even the most competitive runner can be assured of an accurate time. We have gained a reputation for providing ‘intimate’ friendly events, with all our runners providing the encouragement and support we all sometimes need! Importantly, we have also gained a reputation for our medals, which have become legendary! As a company, we are committed to support both local, and national charities, making significant donations from the proceeds from every one of our races. We believe our 2017 diary of races contains something for everything, with road runs, and mixed terrain and trail events.
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Spectator Info
There is no fee for spectators coming to watch this race.
As the course is lapped, spectators will be able to see the runners several times.
Are there toilet facilities?
Yes, there will be toilet facilities available on site for all race entrants.
What do finisher's of the Wickham 20 Mile & 10k?
All finisher's will receive a bespoke race medal and there will also be spot prizes on offer.
Are there parking facilities available?
There will be free parking at the Wickham centre, however please be aware that it is limited. There are also pay & display car park's within the village.
2 reviews
Did the race in 2019
Really enjoyed the course and the marshalling was excellent. 3 laps seemed a lot nicer than either 2 or 4 would have been so cant fault the course unless someone wants to bulldoze a few hills down for next time. Atmosphere from the marshalls was great and the spectators and passers by were friendly and encouraging but as with any rural event obviously quite sparse.
Did the race in 2019
It was a lovely run but wish there was bit more water stations ,specially at last3mile . Marshals done really good job and thanks to them.
Event postponed

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