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    Huddersfield Marathon & Half Marathon
    Sun 2nd Jun
    £20 - £25
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    Huddersfield Marathon & Half Marathon

    32 Hadrian's Cl, Huddersfield HD3 3XZ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Huddersfield Marathon is a great way to bring your summer to an exciting and fulfilling start. Incorporating a half Marathon and the HD3 Fitness fun run at HQ. It's already on many "to-do" lists for the year!

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    Halifax Marathon & Half Marathon
    Sun 30th Jun
    £15
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    Halifax Marathon & Half Marathon

    Dean clough, Crib Ln, Halifax HX3 5DB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Taking place on June 30th, the 2019 Halifax Marathon is going to be a great way to bring your summer to an exciting and fulfilling start. Incorporating a half Marathon and fun run plus lots of other activities at the event HQ. It's already on many "to-do" lists for the year!

    A multi-terrain course with hills - one or two big hills - and some fantastic views! The last two or three miles is a lovely long downhill. A great excuse for you, your family, your pets and all your friends to have some fun, raise some much needed funds for a very worthy local charity, and eat cake, lots of cake! Plus family fun run.

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    King Of The Hill – Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K
    Sun 13th Oct
    £5 - £18
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    King Of The Hill – Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K

    Manchester Road Towngate, Marsden, Huddersfield HD7 6DB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The best ideas are always the most simple! Start at the bottom of the hill and run to the top, then if thats not enough run back down. 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.

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    £8 - £44
    81 reviews
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    The Longhorn

    Unnamed Road, Newark NG22 9WH, UKView event
    81 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Longhorn is back!

    Choose 5k, 10k, half marathon, full marathon or 60k Ultra set in private areas of Sherwood Forest & the beautiful grounds of Thoresby Park; next to a Grade1 listed 19th Century country house in north Nottinghamshire; Thoresby Hall.

    Running over old military roads, cleared tracks through ancient woodland and grassed paths around the country estate. The route includes a few hills to offer a small challenge around the course in the most scenic countryside & forest. The elevation is noted on the downloadable course map. The course has very firm hard ground if dry (2015) but if we get rain (or snow!) then there can also be considerable amount of muddy areas to run through (2016).

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      I did the 5k as my first race back after having my baby in July 2017 so I was a little bit nervous but this was such a fantastic event that I've signed up for the marathon in 2019! The organisation was great, the event village was buzzing and there was such a supportive vibe.
    • Did the event in 2018

      Lovely weather and a great location.
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    Buxton Half Marathon
    Sun 26th May
    £15 - £17
    4 reviews
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    Buxton Half Marathon

    The Pavilion Gardens, St John's Rd, Buxton SK17 6BE, UKView event
    4 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This year's Buxton half-marathon is on Sunday 27 May, start at 10:00. This is the 37th running of the event, and many people come back year after year, so we must be doing something right. The Buxton half-marathon is a fairly challenging race, but it goes through some of the most beautiful countryside you could ask for. You won't get a PB, but you'll have a great time.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      i registered last minute knowing it would be hilly but nothing prepares me for how tough it would be (as a relatively new runner).the scenery was ofcourse stunning in this part of the Peak District.marshalls were all excellent and encouraging with a bit of crowd support in and around buxtonFor the price its an absolute bargain and I will happily attempt it again next year assuming my legs have recovered by then.
    • Did the event in 2018

      I only booked this 4 days in advance, as a training run for Swaledale. It lived up to its reputation and I was gutted to be walking before the 2 mile point!  My own fault for not being fully hydrated before the race. I drank a full bottle of water at each checkpoint and resigned myself to walking up the hills when necessary and running the flat and downhill sections, and just making the most of the spectacular scenery. On such a gorgeous warm day it felt like a privilege just to be out there running amongst green fields, wildflowers, lambs and towering hills, some of which we climbed. A nice low key vibe with friendly marshalls and a bit of support from locals. Tshirts were only available if you entered 2 weeks in advance but I was a little disappointed by the medal which was fairly generic but engraved on the back. I’m not ruling out returning next year to see if I can walk less and shave a couple of minutes off my 2.08 time. Loved it finished at the pavilion where ice cream, slushes, cakes & drinks were available!
    • Did the event in 2018

      Ok so I knew this was going to be hilly but cricky they weren't just hills they were mountains!!Its easy to register before the event and they do take entries on the day if you don't want to commit until you see the weather.  On the day you present yourself at the race hq and get your number and timing chip and then the race starts just around the corner.  This part was really quick and pain free. We parked on the road so got free parking so look round before you go into the public car park.The route is amazing and the views were to die for.  Did I say you climb mountains?  The first climb begins pretty much immediately and goes on for 3 miles!  If you can look up from your feet as you try and drag yourself to look about you, you won't be disappointed.  Part of the route is on gated roads but they put mats down over the cattle grids.The hills,aka mountains, are relentless but stunning.  There isn't a great deal of crowds out there to cheer you on but the views make up for it.  The marshals are amazing and seem to pop up just when you need them.  There were 3 water stations at roughly 3,6 and 9 miles.It is on open roads which may put some people off but I never felt unsafe as most of the roads seem to be mainly used by sheep !Dont wear headphones as they announce at the start that people will be disqualified if they do.Would I do it again? Yes but go into it knowing the hills are killers and it seriously isn't a PB course but a serious bucket list course.
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    White Peak Marathon
    Sat 18th May
    £25 - £27
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    White Peak Marathon

    Wintercroft Ln, Ashbourne DE6 2AW, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    As in all previous years, both are off-road events which will run concurrently over the White Peak Trails, starting at 11.00 am on Saturday the 18th May. The marathon is the traditional route from Thorpe to Cromford Meadows following first the Tissington Trail to Parsley Hay, then the High Peak Trail to Cromford, while the half marathon follows the High Peak Trail from Friden to Cromford.

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    Hero Half Marathon - Tour of Tameside
    Sat 15th Jun
    £19 - £21
    2 reviews
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    Hero Half Marathon - Tour of Tameside

    17 Marlow St, Hadfield, Glossop SK13 2AQ, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The 13.1 mile half marathon journey takes their field of runners along the Longdendale Trail, a disused railway line which is ideal for achieving a PB time.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2017

      A well organised half marathon, part of the 4 day Tour of Tameside event.This could have been an enjoyable race if it wasn't for the combination of heatwave weather conditions and the fact it was race 3 out of 4. Nice and flat trail run along a bridle path. Conditions underfoot were very good, no mud, grass or technical terrain so I was able to run in road shoes without problem. Marshalling was fantastic, particularly at the road crossing sections, and always very friendly and encouraging.  As the route goes up and down a bridle path, support along the course isn't huge, so the friendly marshalls were vital in providing some much needed motivation towards the end.I'm not a fan of out and back routes though so probably wouldn't choose to run this if it wasn't part of the Tour event.
    • Did the event in 2017

      Probably my second favourite Half Marathon (after Monsal Trail). A really stunning route that starts off with a mile loop around Hadfield and then joins the Longdendale Trail for an out and back, that is on the whole flat. The trail is on a disused railway line and you run parallel to the Woodhead Pass on the opposite side of several wonderful reservoirs. Tree lined in places and framed by the hills of the Peak District, it was a great place for me to run.Registration was all online, with numbers and info being received in the post a week before race day. Only half a dozen toilets led to quite a queue before race start. Race briefing was fine and adequate. Not too much was needed, and we set off on time.Support was good for the first mile around the village, but as to be expected, very thin out on the main course apart from the water stations, where there was a real enthusiam and energy. Plenty of water available and jelly babys too.For £24 this was a very reasonable race and one I'd definitely look to do again. No goody bag, but decent medal and lots of very friendly runners made up for that.
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    The 401 Festival Running Event - July
    Sat 20th Jul
    £3.99 - £39.99
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    The 401 Festival Running Event - July

    8 Forestry Holdings, Edwinstowe, Mansfield NG21 9JL, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Brought to you by The 401 Challenge Ltd, The 401 Festival of Running in Nottingham is a 2-day Running Festival, open to all ages and all abilities. Our ethos is all about inclusivity, where no one has to worry about how slow they are, it's the taking part that really counts and having a great time doing it as well. It goes without saying our tail runners get the biggest cheers!

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    The Ashbourne Half Marathon
    Sun 7th Jul
    £18 - £20
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    The Ashbourne Half Marathon

    17 Cokayne Ave, Ashbourne DE6 1EJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join Ashbourne Running Club for this beautiful but challenging half marathon out into the Peak District and Dove Dale.

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    Farnham Pilgrim Marathon
    Sun 8th Sep
    £27 - £29
    1 review
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    Farnham Pilgrim Marathon

    182 Huddersfield Rd, Holmfirth HD9 3TP, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A challenging trail Half Marathon with beautiful scenery and outstanding views in the Surrey Hills. Mainly off-road, multi-terrain, multi-surface. This race is entering its 7th year. It has become a very popular and successful event. It is renowned for a large number of friendly marshals, has frequent water/refreshment stations, free parking, and many other facilities. Farnham Pilgrim Half Marathon is possibly one of the toughest, prettiest trail half marathons in the UK. It is set to be one of the must-do events of the year again! The route is challenging and hilly, after all, it is the Surrey Hills! This is no ordinary half marathon. It is a unique bespoke event.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      This is a hard race with very little road running it's got a mixture of energy sapping sand tracks, narrow foot paths false summit hills your thighs are burning at the end. I have done this about 5 times nice pub on way home after finish
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    Rother Valley Running Festival
    Sat 16th Nov
    £17 - £36
    11 reviews
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    Rother Valley Running Festival

    Unnamed Road, Kiveton Park, Sheffield S26 5RN, UKView event
    11 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Rother Valley Country Park is the perfect location for a new exciting running festival. Set just outside of Sheffield and Rotherham with easy motorway access it's the perfect event location for all runners looking to achieve their goals before the year-end. The Routes are pretty flat so they should be quick courses for this time of year.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      The event takes place in the picturesque setting of Rother Valley. Im a great advocate of running near to water so four and a half flat laps of the two lakes made it pretty easy going. A personal best time for me!Having registered in advance I was able to arrive, park the car, get a coffee and set of to the start line all in good time.
    • Did the Marathon in 2018

      Very well organised Totally hassle free turn up and run
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      Flat half marathon on a good surface in nice surroundings. Laps were long enough that it wasn't boring, broke down the distance nicely. Paths were wide so having runners on different laps didn't cause any issue, although was open to public so be aware that some care may be needed to pass safely sometimes.Thanks to the organisers and marshals who were spread through the course and were very encouraging and friendly. Live online timing system was good for spectators to be able to tell what was going on.Seemed to be some runners unsure of where to go for registration and start, so signage could possibly be improved.
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    Stockport Hatters Half Marathon
    Sun 8th Sep
    £18 - £20
    3 reviews
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    Stockport Hatters Half Marathon

    7 Hardcastle Rd, Stockport SK3 9BY, UKView event
    3 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This is a picturesque half marathon starting at Edgeley Park, home of Stockport County Football Club and finishing in Alexandra Park, Edgeley.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      First time I have run this race, overall it was an enjoyable race, it was well organised and well marshalled, there were marshals placed wherever there could be a concern over which way to run and they were on the road with stop/go sign for the cars to let us carry on running without stopping us.It may be just me with this little gripe, but it is the first event I have run where the timing chip is laced into your running shoes, I kept thinking it was going to come apart as I kept catching it with my other foot. It may be just my running style.The course is a mixture of road and path/trail running and as others have mentioned previously there are places where it isn't easy to overtake / get out of someone's way. The course starts at Stockport County football ground and finishes not far from where you start taking you along the very scenic river Mersey, but before you finish you have to go up the dreaded hill, just what you want at the end of nearly 13 miles.Once finished you get your medal, flapjack, water and an energy drink, overall a well run event.
    • Did the event in 2017

      I was late to register for the Hatters Half Marathon. I was feeling a little under motivated so signed up to the race with the intention to just make sure that i can complete the distance before Manchester Half in October.Signing up was very simple through the run Britain website and at £20 for an unattached entry i was always going to get good value as long as i finished.It was always going to be a good race for me to enter. Stockport isn't too far from where i live and the course that takes in part of the Transpennine Trail is one that i have ran quite a few times on training runs. So i knew the area and knew the terrain.The race would start at Edgeley Park, the football ground of Stockport County which is very easy to find. There was also the bonus that the race organisers got permission to use a car park that was a very short walk from the starting line. It was £2 to park and it made all the difference on the day as the car park would of adequately provided parking for all the runners which were just over 300 in total.On arrival at the starting area there was free massage if you wanted it and a concourse under one of the stands were being used as the registration area. Registration was on the day between 8 and 9am, names were split into 4 sections in alphabetical order. It was quick and simple, just what you need. There was also plenty of toilets to use in the stand so there wasn't the usual queues that are a regular cause of anxiety before races. Everything was relaxed and ran smoothly.The race began at 9.30am. There was a quick race briefing by a man with a mega-phone but as i always hang around at the back i couldn't really hear it. Once the race started the course was simple enough. Down the hill from Edgeley onto the Transpennine Trail and then it looped back to finish. The course was simple but at time very narrow, offering no room to pass but as i was really using the race as a test of my fitness i wasn't too concerned with going past people.This part of the Transpennine Trail from Stockport to Northenden is solid ground. Road shoes are more than adequate for the terrain unless there has been a really heavy downpour of rain. It is also nice and flat. The only hilly part of the race is the last Mile which is uphill and to be fair its a big hill but it was down the hill from the start so only fair you should go back up it.I was impressed with the water stations. There were 3 at 3, 6 and 9 Miles. You could have either a cup or take a full bottle. I was pleased with this because i had been ill the night before the race so wanted to mke sure i stayed hydrated. Some other Halfs i have done have only offered 1 water station and i don't think that is anywhere near enough for a Half Marathon.Everything considered the Hatters Half was enjoyable and this was mainly due to the organisers, because it was so well organised it meant that i wasn't as stressed before running as i sometimes get.My only gripe with the race was that there was supposed to be a total ban on headphones during the race because there was some road crossings involved (there was traffic management) and some people still ran with headphones in. Nowhere near as many as other races but i'm of the opinion that if you set a rule you should enforce it.I had a guy stop in front of me and we weren't even a mile in. He had headphones in and seemed to be texting someone on his phone. This was on a stretch around quarter of a mile and it was was difficult to pass him. He was oblivious that he was literally holding up every runner behind him and i had to give him a gentle nudge so that he moved. Even then he looked at me as if he had no idea what the problem was. 10 minutes later he came blasting past everyone on another narrow stretch of course with total disregard for eveyone else. Apart from that minor issue i enjoyed the race. Completed it in 1hr 56mins and my plan was to finish sub 2, so happy days. The medal was pretty decent too, I will run again next year. Well done to the organisers.
    • Did the event in 2016

      This was the second running of the Hatters Half, which starts out at the Football ground in Stockport before heading through the estate roads down to the river. Much of the course is then spent running along the riverbank save for a quick loop of Northenden town centre before reversing the route.It's a relatively flat course with only a short section at the start and end where there is a hill (that section is uphill on the way back!)Couple of gotchas. 1) there are stretches of the riverbank which are difficult to overtake so if you think you're going to go quick, it's best to do your overtaking before you leave the road section. 2) despite Stockport being a hotbed of running (seriously, we have 5 parkruns and each village has at least a RunTogether group if not it's own affiliated club) the car drivers in the town mostly need banning from driving. Totally impatient and often unwilling to observe simple safety - it's something that marrs all the events occurring on Stockport's roads. There is one major road crossing which you go out on and return on and there was a concern for safety of the marshals due to the behaviour of some drivers. A shame that the minority behave like this.That safety aspect aside it's a run worth looking into if you're new to the 13.1 distance.The medal was fine and you also get a free ticket to see Stockport County play later in the month. Whether this is a benefit I guess depends on whether you like football!
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    Worksop Halloween Half Marathon
    Sun 27th Oct
    £5 - £22
    18 reviews
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    Worksop Halloween Half Marathon

    154 Netherton Rd, Worksop S80 2SF, UKView event
    18 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Established in 1982, The Worksop Halloween Half Marathon (also known as the scenic one) takes place on the last Sunday in October every year. The course runs largely through Clumber Park, which provides beautiful scenery and is perfect for spectators to support their family and friends along the route. This is a hugely popular event so book now to avoid disappointment.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      Having ran this event for the 4th time this year I can honestly say it gets better each time. Fantastic undulating scenic route with good support along the way. It is definitely undulating not flat, but it is a fast route. Number collection on Saturday was great this year. Research parking close by as no parking on site.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2017

      My first half marathon, was very well organised and the course is testing. You have some beautiful views running through clumber park
    • Did the event in 2018

      This was the first time I’d done this event. Other club members reccomended it and I’m glad they did. Absolutly loved it. You can tell its been going several years as its very well organised and theres lots of support. Lots of information up front, collectionof race numbers available day before (which always goes a long way with me, I like to be prepared), parking arrangements, drinks stations and the all important bag drop information.
      Lovely scenic route out into the countryside then into and through Clumber Park. Lots of volunteers and marshalls along the route. Yes it looks to be one long road on the map but its undulating and fun...spot the next flat section! 🤗 Quality Medal and t-shirt included - whats not to like!!! I will be entering again this year!
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    The Tissington Trail Half Marathon Sunday
    Sun 29th Sep
    £10 - £28
    3 reviews
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    The Tissington Trail Half Marathon Sunday

    Chapel House, Station Rd, Ashbourne DE6 1AA, UKView event
    3 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Tissington Trail Half Marathon has established itself as a real favourite with runners, often selling out months in advance, and we hold this race on two dates across one weekend to accommodate as many runners as possible. We're proud that the race regularly features in the Runner's World top 10 UK trail races.

    The Tissington Trail, the site of a former railway line from Ashbourne to Buxton, runs along a 13 mile route from Parsley Hay to Ashbourne in Derbyshire. Surrounded by beautiful countryside the traffic-free trail is ideal for a cracking half marathon and, because the route is slightly downhill all the way, you've got gravity on your side!

    This race features chip timing, a quality bespoke medal for all finishers, plus well-stocked aid stations and finish line goodies! Commemorative finisher's technical t-shirts will also be available to purchase.

    Prizes from the event are generously sponsored by Big Bobble Hats who will be present on the day of the event.

    We are also pleased to welcome Much Better Adventures on board as one of our event partners, an award-winning platform for booking unique, ready-made adventure weekends with amazing local hosts. Join a small social group of like-minded people, or book privately just for you and friends. From Kayaking and Wildcamping the Norwegian Fjords to climbing Mt Toubkal in Morocco, check out the amazing adventures you could have on your next weekend away.

    As an event entrant, you can get 25 credit to use on any adventure weekend and we'll also have one place on one of their trips available to win for one lucky entrant!

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      This is a gravel path half marathon which is ran mostly down hill. There are some really nice views of the peaks if you have the weather.
    • Did the event in 2018

      An thoroughly enjoyable, extremely well organised, event with outstanding scenery. The marshalls, as at all Nice Work events, were very supportive and friendly.
    • Did the event in 2017

      wow, what can i say? Superb organisation from start to finish, a coach trip from the finish to the start of this point to point race was seamless, we were met by the blustery wind as many of the club runners warmed up, portaloos a plenty, quick briefing and we were off on the klaxon.Following the tissington Trail which if you do not know, is a disused railway through the Peak District, rolling hills, dry stone walls made this course interesting and stunning, the weather held off and it soon warmed up.There were plenty of fuel stations, water, Jaffa cakes and jelly babies, were on offer, the surface was made up of compact gravel, so no need for trail shoes.The organisers do not have rights to the path, it is not a closed event, all the cyclists and walkers I passed were very encouraging, offered support.The final 400meters throws a curve ball, like every good story, I will not spoil the ending!Great quality medal, no goody bag, that did not reflect badly, certainty value for money.
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    Milltown to Moors Oldham Half Marathon
    Sun 27th Oct
    £27
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    Milltown to Moors Oldham Half Marathon

    25 St Domingo St, Oldham OL9 6EH, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A gruelling race, this half marathon covers a 13.1 mile run through Oldham and its many miles of countryside, pushing challengers to their limits whilst offering some of the best scenery the borough has to offer.

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    Macclesfield Half Marathon
    Sun 22nd Sep
    Macclesfield, North West, United Kingdom
    3 reviews
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    Macclesfield Half Marathon

    70 Priory Ln, Macclesfield SK10 4AF, UKView event
    3 reviews
    About the event
    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      This is a very hilly, but rewarding course. It starts off on a sports track where you do a couple of loops before heading off into the country roads. It's a course that if you go out too hard on, you will suffer towards the end. There are a couple of significant hills which take it out of your legs but were great training for my marathon.

      The marshalls were great, the feed stations were adequate and the course was easy to follow.

      Parking before the event was easy and there were no issues leaving afterwards.

      Would definitely run this course again

    • Did the event in 2017

      This is a beautiful course around the Cheshire countryside which starts at the local leisure centre on the outskirts of town.  The race starts on the athletics track which makes for a very fast start.Once out of the town the route itself is very pretty and there is plenty to see.  It is also very well supported for a relatively small race and the on course marshals and water station volunteers were all extremely cheerful and encouraging.The course has two big hills. One at mile 5 and one from mile 10-12.  They seem relentless at first but once used to them I managed fine (the first one was tough though!). The only part of the route I didn’t enjoy was during a section on the main road back into Macclesfield, where the pavement was quite narrow and it was difficult to pass other runners without stepping off the pavement into the traffic.  Having said that it wasn’t very long before we were running back down another quieter road. It’s probably worth mentioning that this course does not have fully closed roads, but most of them are so quiet that this isn’t really a problem.The final part of the route was downhill back into Macclesfield to the leisure centre athletics track and I found myself speeding up as I hit the track towards the finish line.  The support from spectators was again superb, bearing in mind that I was one of the final 40 across the line.Once over the timing mat I soon had a medal around my neck and a cotton tote bag full of goodies in my hand, also the obligatory water and banana too.It was easy to both park and leave the race and all the parking was free.  Photography was courtesy of Bryan Dale and the pictures were on his website a few days later, free to download.The race was good value.  I paid £25 including booking fee.  There was a tshirt available too for another £10 but I booked too late to order one which was a shame. The medal itself is great quality for such a small event.Would I run it again? Yes, maybe not next year but one day, if only to see if I can do better on those hills!
    • Did the event in 2016

      Nice little 5K with good on course support from marshals and local residents.  The course starts and finishes on the local athletics track and takes you down towards the town and then back out again through residential roads to the finish.  There are no closed roads but the pavements are easy enough to run on and I was quicker than I expected! Run by Macclesfield Harriers, I felt very welcome despite it being my first race.  Would recommend and will hopefully be back for the half this year!  My children loved the fun run too!
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    Elsecar Trail Running Festival & Santa Dash
    Sat 14th Dec
    1 review
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    Elsecar Trail Running Festival & Santa Dash

    100 Wath Rd, Elsecar, Barnsley S74 8JF, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    Reviews
    • Did the Marathon in 2018

      As my first Marathon, it was great, the support over the first 3 laps was great. The last lap got a bit lonely. I may have considered my road shoes instead of trails, as the trail was quite compact; but that would have been difficult to judge.
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