Another classic Cheshire countryside road race brought back to the race calendar by us in 2014. The course is beautifully scenic, well marshalled and last year provided many runners with PBs. Like all our races we have the most up to date integrated chip-timing, free parking, free to download photographs and amazing bespoke medals. This race is hugely popular with some of the fastest runners in the region as well as those testing themselves over the distance for the first time and everyone is welcome.
Our new Covid-19 secure race will have a waved start and you will be set off in a group based on your predicted finishing time.
Race numbers and chips will be posted and race instructions will be emailed approx 7 days before race day.
Another fantastic rural Cheshire course with a full road closure. The course is scenic, well marshalled and last year provided many runners with PBs.
There will not be a drink station at the midway point. Runners requiring drinks must provide their own in accordance with the new Run Britain guidelines.
For a full list of the Run Britain guidelines to make races Covid-19 secure please click this link
There is a £100.00 prize for 1st place, £50.00 for 2nd & £25.00 for 3rd open male and female. There are prizes for 1st place in veteran categories. There is also a prize for the 1st male and female teams. All finishers receive a bespoke medal, water and snacks. Entrants must be 16 and over on race day.
Entry cost is £11/13 (Early Bird for first 100 entries) then £16.00 for UKA Affiliated Runners and £18.00 for non-UKA affiliated runners.
Entries on the day will be accepted (subject to the race entry limit being reached) with a £2.00 surcharge on top of the regular entry fee.
From the welcoming village hall feel of Race HQ through to the beautiful autumnal country roads this is Cheshire road racing at its best.
Don’t be fooled by the views though as this race is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the fastest 10ks in the region.
You will spot the great mixture of top local club athletes as well those runners looking to enjoy the great scenery and atmosphere.
Full list of road closure details available on this link in the weeks building up to the race.
Each runner will be issued with a race number with a disposable timing chip on race day.
This system is user friendly. The disposable system allows runners to have more flexibility at the finish line, since the removal of the chip is not required.
If you are using the single use chip, please ensure the following to receive an accurate time:
Please note: The race number allocated to you is for use by you only. Please do not pass on the race number unless you have completed the online transfer. The transfer entry closing date is on your confirmation email.
Yes you can. We ask that you start at the back and please do not impede any other runners.
No. The race is a UK Athletics affiliated race and therefore dogs are not permitted.
Refunds are not available for the race but participants are able to transfer their space to someone else up until the closing date specified on the conformation email. We do not allow deferrals to another race or to the same race the following year.
There is plenty of free parking at Race HQ as well as the surrounding streets.
Toilets will be available on race day at Race HQ and close to the start line.
There are changing and shower facilities.
Yes. A bag drop area can be found at Race HQ.
Yes. The race is affiliated to UK Athletics and as the course is fully closed to traffic it is permitted however please ensure the volume is low enough for you to hear instructions from marshals.
Yes. Can we ask that you please make mention that you are a wheelchair athlete when you enter the race.
Bartletts Farndon 10k
“What a lovely scenic course. A predominately flat 10k taking in some breath-taking scenery ~ how lucky we are to have such natural beauty on our doorstep. Car parking was easy – and free – and lots of toilet facilities. Registration was quick and easy. Well stocked water station at 5k and lots of very supportive marshals and spectators around the course. I’m already looking forward to next year. Thank you Bartlett’s Farndon 10k.”