Local races

We're incredibly fortunate to have so many great events on our doorstep

Winter Woolly 10km - Sunday 24th December 2023

Our multi terrain course is a real treat. After touring the grounds of Elstree School in Upper Woolhampton, you'll see the stunning Berkshire countryside from lanes, footpaths, trails and woodlands. There is also the option of a canicross 10km with a separate start.

What to wear

A trail shoe is ideal for this event

Rugged Radnage - Sunday 19th November 2023

The Rugged Radnage is a challenging multi-terrain 5 & 10km race set in the Chiltern Hills, raising money for the Radnage village school.

Expect some brilliant, runnable trails and plenty of mud. Just make sure to leave something in the tank for the hill to the finish!

What to wear

This usually a muddy one, a good 'grippy' trail shoe will be best.

Marlow Half Marathon and 7 Mile - Sunday 6th November 2022

What to wear

A 'road' shoe is ideal

Reading 10/20 - 24th March 2024

The perfect event if you're building up to a Spring Half Marathon or Marathon. The inaugural 10 & 20 mile event took place in 2023 in the beautiful surroundings of the Mapledurham Estate, a few miles from the edge of Reading.

A multi-terrain 10 mile course, starting and finishing by the Thames near the famous watermill and legendary sites from The Eagle Has Landed. One lap for the 10 Mile or two laps for the 20 Mile.

The course uses trails & roads within the Estate, local woodlands and footpaths. The terrain is undulating, but nothing to slow you down too much, with mainly firm ground underfoot.

What to wear

A light trail shoe would be best.

Maidenhead Easter 10 - Good Friday, 29th March 2024

This is a fast, flat 10 mile course and has excellent PB potential (total ascent of 70 metres).  The route is fully marshalled and is on mixture of closed roads and pavements.

What to wear

A road shoe is ideal.

Beaconsfield 5 Mile Trail Run - Easter Monday, 1st April 2024

A large 5 mile loop around the Hall Barn Estate.

What to wear

A trail shoe is ideal.

Mortimer 10km - Easter Monday, 1st April 2024

The Mortimer 10km starts and finishes on Mortimer Fairground, and we have a canicross entry option for those running the 10km with their dog(s). ​

Our multi terrain 10km course takes in the beautiful local woodlands, using footpaths and bridleways. The course is undulating and uneven in places, therefore not suitable for pushchairs/buggies or wheelchairs.

What to wear

A light trail shoe would be ideal.

Burnham Beeches Half Marathon & 10km - Sunday 11th August 2024 (provisional)

Both distances are run on a mix of closed roads and hard surfaced woodland paths through the cool shade of the Burnham Beeches ancient woodland in South Bucks.

The perfect setting for a summer half marathon or 10km.

What to wear

A 'light' trail shoe.

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