Cheshire 10k - November

Arley Hall, Cheshire

Organiser's Description

The Cheshire 10k is officially one of the fastest 10k races in the UK. Racing around the flat and rural traffic free roads of Antrobus, this UKA licensed, official 10k Road race offers the perfect opportunity for runners of all abilities to get a chip timed personal best. There will music, a medal, technical t-shirts & fruit, free parking and hopefully lots of 10k runners coming away with new pbs! We hope to see you there on Saturday 9th November for a 9.30am start.


What time does the November Cheshire 10k start?

The Cheshire 10k starts 09:30 am on Saturday 9th November.

What is the Cheshire 10k course record?

The cheshire 10k is one of the fastest 10k races in the UK with a flat, traffic free course. The current course record was set in 2015 by Mohammad Abu Rezeq at 29:11.

Are there prizes available?

There is a £150 prize for achieving a faster time than the current 29:11 course record. Also available is £20 for the first person to each kilometer winning £20 per KM. £100 is up for grabs for the 1st place male and female, £70 for the 2nd place male and female and £30 for the 3rd place male and female.

When do I get my race number?

Your race number will be emailed to you on the week of the event. You’ll need to collect your number on the day of the race at the collection desk between 7:30 am and 8:45 am. Please attach this to the front of your shirt so you can be easily identified throughout the race.

Is this a traffic free race?

Yes the Cheshire 10k is a closed road event which makes it one of the fastest courses in the UK. It takes place almost entirely on road.

Will water be available during the race?

There is a water station at the 5k midway point as well as at the finish line.

What included with race entry?

Entry to the 10k race includes:

  • Technical T shirt
  • Finishers medal
  • Flapjack and fruit at the finish
  • Accurate chip timing

Finishers can collect their hard earned medal and t shirt upon completion of the race at the finish line.

Where can I see my race results?

Official race results will be posted on the official event website swiftly after the race has finished. You can also view an archive of course finish times from the last few years.

Will there be photographers?

Yes the course will have photographers getting snaps of runners throughout the event with all pictures uploaded to the official event facebook page a few days after the event.

Can I park at the event?

Parking for runners is provided free at Arley Hall, pop CW9 6NA into your sat nav to easily locate this on race day.

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Sadly victim to flooding

Sadly this event didnt take place. It was out of the control of the organisers due to 48 hours of non stop heavy rain and flooding prior to the event ( on the Thursday before the saturday).
The organisers did all they could and an excellent job to keep runners updated -alert email on the Thursday afternoon with a promise of an update, which happened, the following day on Friday. A text alert re the cancellation was also sent on the Friday.
The organisers made it very clear what options runners were being given: transfer to the Cheshire 10k in March; transfer to other local runs; or a full refund.
Forms were attached for runners to inform the organisers of their wishes, with a request date by 15 November. All very clear.
It was sad that it couldn't take place but was the right and only decision that had to be taken. I have attended many run through events before and they have always been great events and well organised. I attended the spring Cheshire 10k this year and loved it. A PB course for me. I will look forward to running the Cheshire 10k in March.
Sad but out of everyone's control. I felt sorry for the organisers and couldnt fault them on their communication and decision.
Looking forward to spring! Until then I shall keep running and racing!
Not sure if this is a run review you wanted but thought I'd write it so you'd know how organisers handle it when it goes wrong.

Hel Len / Nov 10, 2019

Thanks for the review, the runthrough team will appreciate your feedback!

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