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.
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Stoke Half Marathon Events
The Chillington Hall Half Marathon is a race through the private estate of the Giffard Family. Remaining in their family for 29 generations they are now kindly opening up the beautiful grounds for its inaugural half marathon.
Take in the views and splendour of this wonderful estate as you run through its varied landscape. The course flows past the grand house, through the woodland and on to loop around the beautiful tranquil lake.
The route will be as close to the usual 13.1 miles half marathon distance as we can get it, but never under. It follows the many trails and paths through the beautiful and varied Chillington Estate. Terrain includes grass, fields, mud and gravel. You start near the grand house up and down the main driveway, before leading off to a double loop around the beautiful woodland and lake.
There is a short bit on tarmac near the start and finish area to maximise space for runners to spread out. No killer hills, but some definite uphills with uneven ground in places so trail shoes are recommended. Please stick to the signposted route which follows clear, well defined paths and trails. Marshals will be at various points around the course and another will follow the last runner to ensure everyone gets round safely.
All entrants are expected to be reasonably fit and able to run / jog most of the route without getting into difficulty. There will be 4 water stops along the route at approx 3.5, 6.5, 8.25 and 11 miles.
New to Run For All in 2018, the Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon is set to be a hugely popular addition to our running calendar.
A great new challenge for runners old and new, the event, formerly known as the Ramathon, boasts a great city centre course and a truly incredible atmosphere.
Starting and finishing at Derby Countys Pride Park Stadium, the race now in its fifth-year takes runners into the city centre, through the historic Market Place and past the beautiful cathedral.
Its then on to the stunning Elvaston Castle County Park, before returning for the grand finale at Pride Park where youll collect your top-quality souvenirs, including a bespoke T-shirt and medal, and a packed goody bag full of post-event treats!
Make sure you celebrate your achievement in our event village, with a host of activities.
Join us on Sunday 3rd March 2019 for the Running Grand Prix 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, 16 Mile, 20 Mile and Marathon at Oulton Park.
Outlon Park has been home to many motor racing events since the 1950s and has previously hosted the British Touring Car Championship, British F3 and British Superbikes Championship. This is a unique opportunity to choose from a 5k, 10k, Half Marathon or Full Marathon and enjoy the thrill of running a brand new course and racing your way to a new chip timed personal best on this smooth traffic free tarmac motor racing circuit!
Each Mile will be accurately marked out and we have plenty of helpers to keep you quite literally on track and encourage you on your way to that chequered flag finish. Included in your entry fee is a themed medal, event t-shirt, water and post race goodies!
Starting and finishing at the Wrexham AAC Clubhouse on Wrexham Industrial Estate, this classic, fast, flat, chip-timed half marathon is popular with some of the fastest runners in the region, as well as those tackling the distance for the first time.
An extremely popular road half marathon from Wilmslow Rugby Club - places fill up fast! A flat, one lap course on mainly rural roads.