runColshaw Hall 10k

The most stunning race you will do all year. Starting and finishing in the grounds of the majestic Colshaw Hall Country Estate near Knutsford.  The race starts in the shadow of this beautiful grade II listed building in the Cheshire Village of Over Peover.  It then snakes through closed leafy country lanes passing the iconic Lovell telescope at Jodrell Bank.   Runners then return to Colshaw Hall for a stunning finish along the tree lined driveway.

We provide cash prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd open male and female as well as vouchers for 1st place in veteran categories.  There is a prize for 1st male and female teams. There will be a drink station at the 5km point with plenty of food, refreshments and goodies at the finish line not to mention the huge bespoke medal for all finishers for which the race has now become famous.

The race is UKA licenced and we will again be using the most up to date chip-timing with finish line footage and social media integration. There is plenty of free parking at the site as well as a bag drop. 

We ask that all runners will have to complete the race under 1 hour and 30 mins to allow the roads to be reopened. Anyone still on the course after that will become a ‘prudent pedestrian’ and join the footpaths back to the finish.


Entrants must be 15 and over on race day. Entry fee for the 10k is £19.00 for UKA affiliated runners and £21.00 for non-affiliated runners.

There is a £3.00 surcharge for on the day entries if there are any places available.




“Wasted far too much time admiring the enormous houses”

Sit back and enjoy this stunning film including drone footage of the greatest 10k you will do all year.

This film perfectly captures everything that we love about this race. The venue and the course are the stars of this stunning race.


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 attached to the back in their race pack.  This system is user friendly. All you need to do is remember your race number. 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:

  • Race bib is clearly visible on the front of the torso
  • Race bib is unaltered and unmodified
  • Race bib is pinned in all four corners
  • Race bib is not covered (jackets, runner belts, water bottles, etc.)

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.

There is plenty of free parking in a field right next door to the Race HQ and Race Village.

Toilets will be available on race day at Race HQ and close to the start line. There will be a number of additional toilets at the car park.

There are no changing or 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.

We are always looking to improve the standard of the race. Elite runners are invited to contact us at admin@runcheshire.com to check eligibility.



Colshaw Hall 10k

“What a great race. Super easy to get my race number on the day. Great local foodie stalls for a pre race coffee and local running shop.  The 50min pace maker was awesome. He kept his eye out for me and got me over the line under sub 50min bloke is a legend. I will be entering this race again and will take my family with me as my elder will do the fun run. Course was great slightly undulating. Brilliant morning out. Great spiny medal too”.