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Green Park Reading 10K and Family Runs

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Green Park Reading 10K and Family Runs

Reading, Berkshire

Reading Green Park, 100 Longwater Avenue, Reading, RG2 6GP, United Kingdom

Sun 2nd June 2024

Starting at 08:30

4 races

£11.00 - £25.00

Organiser's Description

Good Running Events looks forward to welcoming thousands of runners of all abilities and ages to Green Park in Reading, Berkshire, to run a 10K, 3K or Mini Mile on Sunday 2nd June 2024.

Taking place on 2nd June 2024 and organised by Good Running Events, Green Park Reading 10K is a series of runs hosted on the closed roads in and around Green Park in Reading. With a road based start and finish and a super flat course, it offers participants a fantastic opportunity for their new PB.

07:30 Event Village opens
08:30 Mini Mile starts
09:15 Mini Marathon starts
10:30 10K starts
13:00 Event Village closes

Don't miss it!

Entries for 2024 will open on 1st August 2023!

Races

  • 10K Affiliated

    £23.00

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • 10k

    £25.00

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • 3K Mini Marathon

    £11.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • Mini Mile

    £11.00

    Booking for more than 1?

Book

  • 10K Affiliated

    £23.00

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • 10k

    £25.00

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • 3K Mini Marathon

    £11.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • Mini Mile

    £11.00

    Booking for more than 1?

Course Details

Fantastic flat route across all distances, perfect for your new PB

What's Included

Chip Timing

Closed Roads

Finisher's Goodies

Exclusive Medal

Event Photography available to purchase

Downloadable Finishers Certificate

Memories of a fantastic day!

Your new PB?!

  • Family friendly event
  • 30 minutes from Heathrow
  • Based just off of the M4

Parking

Parking is based at Reading FC - details on how to book in, and payment on the day, will be shared closer to the event

Location

Green Park, Longwater Ave, Reading, Berkshire RG2 6GP

Based a two minute drive from Junction 11 on the M4

GREEN PARK READING 10K

RACE DATE: SUNDAY 2ND JUNE 2024 AT 10.30AM
A major event in the Berkshire running calendar, the Green Park Reading 10K will attract a large field of runners of all abilities to run a 10K around Green Park and the surrounding closed roads, while raising thousands of pounds for good causes.

With a start and finish based within the Green Park, the crowds are always out in force to create a super atmosphere and provide lots of enthusiastic support for all those taking part.

Passing through the finish in Green Park you'll collect your water and your finishers goody bag with a medal to showcase your achievement.

The event hub will be buzzing with lots of post-race facilities, along with food and drink facilities, making it a great place to celebrate your achievement with family and friends.

google map route

facilities

1. Toilets – based within the event village and on the race route.

2. Baggage Store – A bag drop will be in operation within the event village at Green Park.

3. Race Registration – based a short walk from the start line, and is open from 7.00am on Race Day.

4. Event Village – filled with music and a live commentary MC, food and drink partners, entertainment, warm up area, medal engraving as well as some of our partner charities.

5. Massage – available for advice and tips pre-event, and that all important rub down once you’ve finished.

6. Goody bags – a goody bag awaits each finisher. Please note medals will be presented to you separately in the finish area.

7. Friends & family meeting point – be sure to agree a place to meet beforehand. The event village will be buzzing on the day - and there will be a designated meeting point sign should you wish to use this.

GREEN PARK READING 3K

RACE DATE: SUNDAY 2ND JUNE 2024 AT 9.15AM

A major event in the Berkshire running calendar, Green Park Reading 10K and Family Fun Runs will attract a large field of runners of all abilities to Green Park in Berkshire, to run 3K around Green Park, while raising thousands of pounds for good causes.

With a Start/Finish and large Event village within Green Park, the event boasts a flat route which is fantastic to run for the whole family.

GREEN PARK READING MINI MILE

RACE DATE: SUNDAY 4TH JUNE 2023 AT 8.45AM

A major event in the Berkshire running calendar, the Green Park Reading 10K will attract a large field of runners of all abilities to run around Green Park and the surrounding closed roads, while raising thousands of pounds for good causes.

With a Start and Finish within the closed roads of the Park, the event boasts a scenic route with stunning views of the Berkshire Countryside.

restrictions

There will be no entry available to purchase on the day.

Entrants must be 4 years or over on event day for the 3k and Mini Mile

Entrants must be 16 years or over on event day for the 10k

faqs

Is the race officially timed?

Official times will be provided by our timing company and will count for your new PB! These will be posted on social media and linked in our post race email to you.

How old do I have to be to run?

4 years old or older on Race Day for Mini Mile, all under 16s must be accompanied by Adult in the Mini Mile and Mini Marathon races, and 16 years+ to take part in the 10K. You must be 16 years or older on race day to take part in the 10K.

Is there a cut-off time?

All participants must complete the Green Park Reading 10K within 1 Hour 30 minutes to ensure that the roads can be reopened on time.

Is there a medal for finishers?

Yes! We have a Green Park Reading 10K medal for all finishers in every distance.

What time does the race start?

The 10K begins at 10.30am, the Mini Mile begins at 8.45am and the Mini Marathon begins at 9.30am.

What are the dates of the races?

The Green Park Reading 10K and Family Runs are held on Sunday 2nd June 2024.

Where does the race start?

The race starts and finishes at Green Park, Reading.

Is there a map of the course?

Absolutely - a map of each distance is available on the distance specific race pages.

Where do we collect our race number from?

All Bib Numbers are posted out in advance of the event - but should you need to collect a replacement or a late entry, you can report to the Race Registration tent in the Event Village on Race Day.

Full instructions for Bib Numbers can be found within the Race Guide emailed out ahead of Race Day.

How much is the entry fee?

10K: £23 Affiliated, £25 Unaffiliated

Mini Marathon / Mini Mile: £11

All registrations are subject to a small booking fee.

What entertainment is available at the event?

More details will be posted on this closer to the event - but expect music, food and drink!

Can I run with my dog?

Unfortunately, as per UKA rules, running with dogs is not allowed.

Can I bring my dog to the event village?

Dogs are permitted on leads within the event village but are unfotunately not permitted within the race.

Can I run with headphones?

Bone conducting headphones are allowed in line with England Athletics rules, but in ear headphones of all types are banned from this race.

How many places are available?

The number of general entries varies by event / distance. There are also details on Charities that we work with via the Charity page on this website.

Who are the event organisers?

The event is organised by Good Running Events Ltd.

Am I able to transfer / defer my place?

Please check the registration pages for specific details about deadlines for transfers and deferrals. No transfers or deferrals will be accepted after the advertised date/time, shown within the event description on the registration page. This is also publicised via social media.

Are there toilet facilities available at the event?

Yes - there are ample toilet facilities available to use in the event village, as well as on course at the water station. Further details on locations for both can be found in the Event Guide.

Are there water stations on route?

The 10K event will feature 2 water stations.

Are we still to collect our race number on the day?

All Bib Numbers are posted out in advance of the event - but should you need to collect a replacement or a late entry, you can report to the Race Registration tent in the Event Village on Race Day.

Full instructions for Bib Numbers can be found within the Race Guide emailed out ahead of Race Day.

Can I run the route in advance of race day?

Green Park Reading 10K is held on closed roads - but all roads are open to the public so you are welcome to safely recce the route in advance of Race Day should you wish to.

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Reviews

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Aaron

·8 months ago

Really enjoyed it, great atmosphere around the race village. Definitely be doing it again
Matt

·8 months ago

Great event. Course was varied and well signposted. Hope to do it again.

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