Dymchurch (Kent) 10k

The Slipway, Dymchurch, Kent

Organiser's Description

Fast and flat course along the sea promenade - definitely a race where the PB can be broken! The route heads out towards St Mary's Bay (West) before looping back on itself and heading back towards the start. The race then continues East before heading back to the finish line!

Start Time

11:00am

Distances

10 km

Commemorative medal for all finishers

Trophies for the top 3 male and female finishers

Water at various points on the course

Rendevous Point (opposite Snack Attack Bar), The Slipway, Dymchurch, Kent TN29 OTG

By car: Dymchurch is located on the South East Kent coast about 20 minutes drive South of Folkestone on the A259. From the M20, at J11, take the exit onto Ashford Road/A20. After about a mile, turn left onto Hythe Road/A261. Continue into Hythe and turn right on to the A259, sigposted Dymchurch. The central slipway is accessed via Dymchurch High Street.

By train: The nearest mainline railway station is Folkstone Central, about 10 miles away, with services to London Charing Cross via Tonbridge, Dover, Whitstable, Ramsgate and St Pancras.

Dymchurch has a station on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR), with steam trains running to and from Hythe to the North and New Romney and Dungeness to the South.

By bus: Dymchurch is on the 101 and 102 bus routes that run to Dover and Folkestone to the North and New Romney and Lydd-on-Sea in the South. The bus stops by the junction of Jefferstone Lane and the A259. For bus times, please go to the Stagecoach website.

Free parking (up to 31st March) at Dymchurch Village Hall (4min walk)

Pay and Display parking (2min walk)

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Very good event

Very good enjoyed from start to finish

Nathan Preece / Feb 17, 2020

Organisers dodge a bullet

The race should have been cancelled due to the weather imho. Weather forcast clearly gave dangerous conditions in that area(and rest of country) at time of race. They should have cancelled, refunded or deferred entry fee to next year. Only 69 people turned up and by an absolute miracle ran in a brief window of opportunity. The organisers clearly took a punt with runners safety in very dubious conditions.

Dean Kershaw / Feb 17, 2020

Haphazard

So I picked my number up from a chippy. Followed a bloke with a bollard who said we will start here, not even a painted line. The actual race was ok but came up 1/2 km short so you couldn't even get a PB. The run was good but the race was a little disappointing. Prob wont be coming again.

Elliot Rawlings / Feb 17, 2020

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