Nonsuch Park 10k

Nonsuch Mansions, Cheam, Surrey

Organiser's Description

A rapid 4 lapped course with lots of PB potential awaits runners at Nonsuch Mansion Park in Cheam, Surrey.

This is the 200th 10k Run at Nonsuch Park, and to celebrate, MCC Promotions will pay £200 to the first runner to break 30 minutes at this event. The best time recorded in the MCC Promotions 10K Run Series to date is Aldershot & Farnham District Runner Adam Clarke, with 30 minutes 58 seconds, set at Bromley in 2016.

Start Time



10 km

Medal for all finishers

Trophies for the first 3 runners

Toilets and changing facilities

Bag storage

Nonsuch Mansions, Ewell Road, Cheam, Surrey SM3 8AL

By train: The venue is a 10 minute walk from Cheam Railway Station, with services to London Bridge, London Victoria via Sutton or Hackbridge, Dorking, Epsom and Horsham.

By car: The Cheam Gate entrance to the Park is on the A232 Ewell Road. Use postcode SM3 8AP to take you to the Cheam Gate entrance of the Park.

There is a free car park off to the right as you enter through the Cheam Gate, off Ewell Road.

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Course very muddy & short

Due to heavy rain the night before the park was water-logged so there was a last minute change in route but this wasn't very well communicated until the start if the race half an hour late.
The new route was mostly on paths with lots of puddles which was fine but at one point we had to run through a grassy area that was so muddy my shoes came off 3 times.
Finally the new route was 700 meters short when we got to the finish line and I didn't get my t-shirt until I emailed the following day.
Not their fault that the rains came at all but the organisation of the alterations could have been much better (particularly when the chap kept telling us we had to do 5 circuits when what he actually meant was it was an 'out and back' so we were all very confused)

Denise Hamilton-Mace / Feb 05, 2020

A bit on the muddy side

Re-arranged course due to the muddy conditions. Instructions at the start could have been MUCH clearer – I thought we had to do five LAPS/LOOPS, instead of five LENGTHS. ☹

Jason Hill / Feb 03, 2020

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