Englefield Panorama

Rotary Wheel

A multi-terrain event set entirely in the grounds of Englefield House

2010 Race start

Results now in here

Race photographs are below

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2018 race photos

Thanks to Peter Cook for his wonderful photographs. A sample are included below, with click-through to his flickr album.

10k race photos


U15 Race photos


The Event

The eighth annual Englefield 10k, Berkshire
Sunday 26th August 2018.

The multi-terrain 10k course, in the beautiful setting of Englefield Estate near Theale, is now a major event in the running calendar. Well over 300 registered to run last year.

It is also offers a family day out with a 3k course for under-15s and everyone can enjoy the beautiful surroundings with a walk around the park whilst the races are on. There are refreshments and entertainment.

The private Berkshire estate is opened for the event by kind permission of the Benyon family.

Organised by The Rotary Club of Reading Abbey and Tadley Runners, 100% of the money raised goes to charity. Registered Charity No 900389

Photos courtesy of Englefield Estate, Peter Cook and Barry Cornelius

The Charity

Talking sense about Autism

Autism Berkshire help and support anyone living with autism in Berkshire. They aim to enhance the current provision of services and support, with the purpose of improving the quality of life of people with autism and giving them maximum independence.
  • Provide information and advice through a helpline, events, workshops, outreach, publications and newsletters;
  • Run accessible social and leisure activities for children and adults;
  • Provide specific autism training and support;
  • Work with education, health, emergency and employment services and the six main local authorities in Berkshire to deliver autism-appropriate services;
  • Raise awareness in the wider community to promote greater understanding.
Rotary Club

Reading Abbey

Tadley Runners
Englefield Estate
No Dogs Allowed No Barbecues
Note: No Dogs or BBQs
We regret that no dogs are permitted on the Englefield Estate. The event is set in the Englefield Deer Park and dogs represent a risk of disease.

Main Sponsor

Business Moves Group

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