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10k Runs in Leeds, Yorkshire and the Humber
The best ideas are always the most simple! Start at the bottom of the hill and run to the top, then if that's not enough run, back down again. 400m up then down. In God's own county, this will be a race you won't forget. And with 4 different distances there's a route for all.
The Bolton Abbey 10K and family-friendly 5K are new events for runners of all abilities.
The Wetherby Run 10k has a relatively short history but it has become a firm favourite with runners from around the region and beyond. The date of the race suits those training for The Yorkshire Marathon in October or with the Great North Run in mind, as it offers a fast course on minor roads and well-surfaced tracks, mainly rural and scenic. Wetherby Racecourse. Also 5k option.
Beeston is first mentioned in the Domesday Book as Bestone, which comes from the Old English, Bent Grass. In the medieval period Beeston was associated with sheep farming and the monks of Kirkstall Abbey grazed 240 sheep there. Beeston is of course home to Elland Road and was formley the home of the Waddington family, the board and card manufacturer monopoly.
Don't go ta jail. Go directly ta Beeston. Pass finish an' collect tha' medal.
The first mention of Bramley comes in the Domesday Book compiled for William the Conqueror in 1086. The Bram part of the name occurs in several other Yorkshire village names such as Bramhope and Bramham. In Old English (the language of the Anglo-Saxons) it signifies the broom plant. Ley means a clearing. It would seem therefore that Bramley started out life as 'a clearing covered with broom'. In recent years the town has been referred to as the village that disappeared, the demolition of many historic buildings left many of the local residents unhappy, with a feeling of disappointment that the true character of the town had been lost forever. Despite the change in the buildings and appearance of the town what has remained is the true gritty character of genuine Yorkshire folk and the friendly feeling. Thas run thee 10K a Sit thissen Dahn
Join thousands of runners in the long-standing Age UK Leeds Abbey Dash. An excellent race for runners of all levels to enjoy the atmosphere and wind their way through the closed off streets of Leeds. Come if you want a shot at a 10k PB and to raise money for a great cause.
The best ideas are always the most simple! Start at the bottom of the hill and ride or run to the top. Spot prizes, league table & a Crown.
The race routes are designed to be challenging yet scenic. The half marathon has over 2,000ft of ascent and the 10k over 800ft! Bespoke medal for all finishers. Prizes for 1st - 3rd male & female, and vet categories. The village of Barley is a great base for families with a playground, a sculpture trail and a selection of cafes/pubs.
Home cooked food, bag storage, toilets and changing facilities are provided locally. All runners must register and collect their numbers before their race at Event HQ at Barley Village Hall. Prices increase on July 1st. Entry on Day available (if limits arent reached) at increased price level.
10k on the picturesque country lanes around Shepley!
The best ideas are always the most simple! Start at the bottom of the hill and ride or run to the top. About 3 miles, or 5 kilometres% lets just call it a long climb. The route follows the Kirklees Way, onto the Pennine Way, out onto the road at the top. First Wednesday of every month.
Don those festive costumes and take part in the Leeds & Liverpool Christmas Cracker. Runners of all levels will enjoy competing in events from a 5k to a marathon. Come if you want to take down another race before Christmas or simply want to take advantage of the mulled wine and cake on offer.
This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.
Tholthorpe 10k announced in 2019 that, to celebrate the 24rd anniversary, a 100 prize would be awarded to anyone breaking the course records. This will continue so the times to beat are.
Littleborough is a place made for running and many do not realize some of the great runs that can be had around it. With this in mind, I have designed a fast and picturesque course that is run on good runnable roads, paths and some country lanes. The course, after the first start section, is on a small gradual decline in terms of elevation (see elevation chart). This makes the race feel downhill and makes for a really enjoyable running experience.
Run Bolton Abbey was a sell-out success last year: over 1,200 runners enjoyed running in the stunning scenery of Bolton Abbey and we raised around 30,000 for Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.
There is a choice of distances to suit all abilities of runners a 10K, 10 mile, half marathon and a 2-mile fun run.
This is a unique opportunity to run on parts of the estate not usually accessible to the public and we guarantee the autumnal colours will be stunning!
The races will start in waves at 11am after a minute's silence is observed.
The Northern Jumble- A great opportunity to build up the bling and take one of the bespoke medals designed for Its Grim Up North Running all for the bargain price of 10.
The lovely village of Slaithwaite provides the perfect setting for another out and back along the canal. The lovely mill town captures the North in every sense, friendly folk, beautiful hillsides and plenty of tea shops, what more could anyone ask for.
"Slaithwaite (pronounced 'slawit' or 'Slaithwaite' by locals) is a true "Yorkshire grit" mill town straddled by the viaduct and bisected by the canal. Slaithwaite retains its essential character, despite being used as the setting for the television series, "Where the Heart is" and for some of "Last of the Summer Wine". A lovely church, the fine 17th Century Dartmouth Estate Manor House, and other buildings dating from the 18th Century combine with large central mills to give quality to this industrial village that was once home to Luddites".
Williams BMW Rochdale Half Marathon, 10K and 1-mile Fun Run returns for its 5th year. Its one of the highlights of our sporting calendar and has already helped raise tens of thousands for local and national charities.
Williams BMW Rochdale Half Marathon, 10K and 1-mile Fun Run returns!. Its one of the highlights of our sporting calendar and has already helped raise tens of thousands for local and national charities.
Choose from 10k or 13.1 mile routes at Harewood House in February 2019 and join us in beating heartbreak forever.
This tough challenge will take you across muddy tracks, grass trails and steep forest trails. This run will test even the most seasoned runner, but you'll feel like a champion when you cross the finish line.
Race on this speedy course around the heart of Doncaster. Run your way to a PB on this UKA licensed and mostly flat course. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere of the pumping music and support of your family and friends along the course. And don't forget the free meat pie at the finish line.
This event won the best in Yorkshire 10k at the national running awards. The start, finish, food and registration is all within 200 metres of the car park, making for a great , hassle free race! We've great facilities on site and the course will not disappoint those who are hoping for a fast and exciting run-we've kept gradients to the minimum and maximised crowd viewing opportunities so your friends and family can cheer you on throughout the race, at the start,at 6km and the finish.
The course is undulating (Yorkshire style) - what do you expect in the Pennines - but with a fast finish! Starts from Huddersfield Rugby Union Club.
A 10K in the most beautiful city in the UK! A rare chance to run through Yorks scenic sights including the ancient city walls and at its medieval wonders. When it comes to a picturesque route, the York 10K is hard to beat! Back by extremely popular demand, the flat, fast course starting runners at Knavesmire which then proceeds on a tour past the York Minster and attractions such as Clifford's Tower and the Shambles then finishing where it all began. The York 10K is a fantastic challenge for all abilities.
The Bramham Park Fun Run is a UKA licensed 5K and 10K event held in Wetherby, Leeds every year in aid of Cancer Research UK. This event brings you an enjoyable morning with beautiful scenery and race options to suit all ages and abilities so rally up your family, friends and colleagues and join us to support a great cause. Don't worry if you're not the fastest runner or the quickest walker, this race is about having fun. All entrants will receive a finishers medal and a goodie bag and Individual race times are published on our website after the event. Race times will also be included in the Run Britain handicap scoring updates and Power of 10 website.
On the day entrants have access to refreshments, a free sports massage courtesy of Tadcaster Physio & Sports Injuries Clinic and childrens entertainment. We welcome supporters to cheer along their loved ones.
Our Asda Foundation Burnley 10K is one of the region's best-loved events, attracting around 2,000 runners each summer.Small in size, but not in spirit, what feels like the whole town turns out to support runners in this fantastic 10K challenge. Now in its sixth year, the race begins and finishes in Towneley Park, outside the majestic Towneley Hall, the jewel in Burnleys crown.
Undulating Rural/Town one lap course
The 1-mile fun run at 10 am within the park grounds on footpaths.
The race starts in Centre Vale Park Todmorden. The hilly course climbs to Sourhall, before going down Bacup Road then back through Todmorden town centre to the finish at the park.
Back for a fourth year, starting from the beautiful village of Langsett situated on the edge of the Peak District national park. This is a super fast technical 10k route.
The race will twist and wind you through some beautiful forest hard packed trails, followed by some nice climbs with a fantastic downhill to the finish. The course is fully marked and marshalled so no need for navigation.
Askern 10km is the third Wednesday evening in May. A recognised fast course, on fairly rural roads. Established for over 30 years.
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