MARPLE RUNNERS 10K TRAIL RACE & 2K FAMILY FUN RUN
Marple Runners 10k Trail Race - Sunday 19th June 2022
This is our fifth annual trail race, taking in some of the parks, countryside, and sights of Marple. A multi terrain, mainly off-road, 10k race starting in Brabyns Park Marple, utilising sections (not the muddy part) of the Marple parkrun course before leaving the park via the canal locks, taking back roads and trails via Marple Hall to Chadkirk and up "that hill", then back to Marple along the Peak Forest Canal, crossing the iconic Marple Aqueduct before finishing back at the start in Brabyns Park.
Free race photos from our 2 professional photographers
Entries Open in February!
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2k Family Fun Run
Taking place 30 minutes before the main 10k race, with entries on the day. Open for all ages from 4 upwards.
Access to the park on the day is by foot only - we request all attendees to not use the car parks within the park and that local runners walk to the race.
Brabyns Park is close to both Marple Station and local bus stops for services 383, 384 and 375.
If you must travel by car, please use one of the three free car parks close to the park,. Entrances are just off Brabyns Brow (by the Purple Pakora restaurant, at Marple Station, and opposite the park entrance) - there will be both signs and marshals to help you.
Entries are not yet open - our plan is to open in February 2022
Registration will be online only (see below) and numbers will be posted to you before the race
Entries close on 5th June 2021 at 8pm
Sunday 19th June 2022
(to be confirmed but probably 10.00am) 10k Trail Race
Family Fun Run starts 30 mins before the 10k Trail Race
Entry, Age and Time Restrictions
Entry is not yet open
350 runner limit
16 and over only
Runners need to ensure that they are fit enough, and prepared enough. Runners should be aware that there are two long and steep hills on the course. In line with UK Athletics guidance, runners should have completed at least a 6k run as part of their preparation.
We want the race finished within 1 hour 45 minutes. If you can't run a flat 10k in under 80 minutes, we request that you do not enter. Feel free to ask if you are concerned or have any questions.
Runners & spectators must follow the RunBritain guidance for participants, and spectators found here (we will send these to entered runners as part of their pre-race info pack)
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Entry opens in February
£TBC (last year was £15) + money transfer fee(*) for England Athletics affiliated runners
£TBC+2 + money transfer fee(*) for non-affiliated runners
* this is the fee paid to the online payment system. It is less than £1. It is not refundable under any circumstances.
For category winners (M&F V40-49, V50-59, and 60 & over) - to be announced
Deferrals & Refunds Policy
We understand that runners get injured or ill before races, but as a non-profit and volunteer run event, we need to restrict deferrals and refunds
Cost free deferral to 2023's event will be allowed up until 24 hours before entries close. Deferrals may be made to the next year's event only and you must confirm your participation after we open entries for 2023 (probably around the end of December 2022) by end March 2022 in order to be entered into 2022's event
In the unlikely event that we are forced to cancel, we will offer free deferral or a refund of the entry fee - but we request that runners defer rather than ask for a refund (it takes an enormous amount of volunteer time to organise refunds ... and we have lives as well)
Race Licence - Under UKA Rules
Licence Number: awaiting licence