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Sunday 25th August

Englefield 10k 2019


There will be a large registration tent clearly visible.

Advance online and postal entrants

Runners who have entered on line or by post should go to the clearly marked desk and pick up their running number. We do not post out running numbers before the event, in order to save money which instead goes to the charities.

Late Entry

You can enter on line until noon the day before the race. However, if you enter on line the day before, we’d appreciate it if you print off your emailed receipt and bring it with you to speed up registration.

Entry on the day

Runners who enter on the day will need to fill in a form and pay on the spot. There will be a separate clearly marked desk for this.


  • 09.15   Gates open
  • 09.30   Registration opens
  • 10.30   Site roads closed to traffic
  • 10.45   Registration closes
  • 11:00   Start of the Englefield 10k
  • 11:15   Start of the Under 15s race
  • 12:15   Results and medals ceremony
  • 12.30   Event ends

All timings are approximate and the organisers reserve the right to change them on the day.

Medals and Mementos

The medals presentation ceremony starts at 12.15pm.

All runners who complete the races will receive a medal for taking part. Medals will also be awarded as follows:

10k All Comers

Category 1st 2nd 3rd
Veteran (40-49): Male & Female
Veteran (50-59): Male & Female
Veteran (60-69): Male & Female
Veteran (70+): Male & Female

3k Under 15 & OTHERS

Category 1st 2nd 3rd
Other Runners


There will be marshals on site in high visibility Rotary vests to answer any queries or give assistance as required.

Other on site facilities will include:

  • Large free car park
  • Pre & post-race massage by North Hampshire Sports Massage
  • Refreshment and snack stand by Café2U
  • Ice Cream
  • Raffle for a deluxe hamper of wine and goodies
  • Toilets
  • Registration tent
  • First aid post
  • Rotary Club information tent
  • Shelter in case of rain

Please lock valuables in your cars.
There is NO supervised area for leaving personal possessions.

Ample free car parking is on grass close to the race village but no car movements are allowed from 10.30am until the last race finishes at about 12:00.



Spectators are welcome. It’s a pleasant place to spend a morning even if you aren’t taking part.

There are refreshments and a snack stand, but please feel free to bring a picnic (and tables and chairs) if the weather is good. We do however ask that you take all your rubbish home to ease our task of clearing the site at the end of the day.

Sorry, but the Estate does not permit barbecues - and as this is a deer park, no dogs or other pets either.

The nearby lake is cordoned off, but parents are advised to keep an eye on their children.

There are toilets - and shelter in case of rain.

In the area

Englefield House Gardens

Englefield House gardens (above) and the village (with tea shop, though closed Sundays) are worth a visit.

See Englefield Estate web site for opening times.

The garden centre is open 7 days a week and The Flower Pot coffee shop is open on Sundays. See garden centre web site for opening times.

Englefield Garden Centre