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29th August 2021

Englefield 10k 2021

COVID 19 Guidance: Englefield 10k - 29th Aug 2021.

We are pleased to confirm that in line with latest government guidance and that provided by England Athletics (See details here), we are able to operate the Englefield 10k with no requirement for social distancing or other controls.

  • We recommend competitors to wear masks whenever close contact is likely (e.g. at Registration, toilets or around the race village).
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided on all registration desks, toilets and elsewhere.
  • Track and Trace QR codes will be available for voluntary use.
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 are not permitted.
Are you up for the challenge?
Elevation profile for 10k run
In a Class of its own

This race has it all.

  • Some gruelling hills
  • Multi-terrain
  • Some uneven ground
It's in a classy setting...
  • The route is entirely within the grounds of the Englefield Estate
  • Run through the deer park, woods, past the main house & lake
  • Setting for movies, society weddings and more
Costs: £17 in advance, £20 on the day
Start: 11am
  • Chip timing
  • Markers every kilometre
  • Drinks station on the course and another at the finish

This less demanding race starts shortly after the main event and uses a portion of the main course.

Intended for under 15s and less confident runners it takes in mainly grassland, paths, lakes and one small hill.

Costs: £6 in advance, £7 on the day
Start: 11.05am

Organised by The Rotary Club of Reading Abbey and Tadley Runners

100% of the money raised goes to charity.

Registered Charity No 900389

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

This year's charity

TV Air Ambulance

As a charity, we rely on the generosity of our supporters. We don’t receive any funding from the Government or National Lottery. This means people like you keep our helicopter in the air and our critical care response vehicles on the road.

Between 1 October 2019 and 30 September 2020, we were called out 2,570 times to help patients in need of critical care.

We delivered advanced medical care to 1,497 patients, giving them the best chance when the worst happened.

Sponsors & Donors

Country Estates
Davis Tate
CostCo Waitrose
West Berkshire Brewery