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Race for Life Croydon 5k

Lloyd Park, Coombe Road, Croydon, CR0 5RA

Sun 30th June 2024

1 race


Organiser's Description

The 5k is an achievable distance and a good first challenge for most people. At just over 3 miles it can take about an hour to walk on average, but there's no pressure to finish in a certain time. Go at your own pace to help fund life-saving cancer research.


  • Adults


    Sun 30th June 2024

    Entry for Adults 18 and Over


  • Adults


    Sun 30th June 2024

    Entry for Adults 18 and Over

How to Get There

Pedestrians: Please access the Main Event Site via main playing fields next to Lloyd Park tram station.

General Event Parking: There is no parking available at the venue.

Blue Badge Parking: There is no parking available at the venue.

Drop Offs: There are no designated drop off points due to the location of this venue.

Public Transport:

Bus: The nearest bus stop is St Paul's United Reformed Church - 64 or 433 (0.6 m)

Other bus options are the number: 403 or 455.


-The closest station to the venue is Lloyd Park Tram Station, which is a 2-min walk from Lloyd Park.

-The nearest train station to the venue is South Croydon Station, which is a 21-min walk from Lloyd Park.

Electric Charging points: Char.gy Charging Station - Opposite, 19 Chepstow Rise, Croydon CR0 5LX (0.5m)

Cycling Bike Racks:

There are approximately 35 free of charge bike racks within Lloyd Park.

Further Information

Unfortunately, this event has been classified as unsuitable for wheelchair users due to the nature of the terrain on the course route, this includes a grass event site and a large number of grassy stretches that can not be avoided on the course. People with visual impairments are welcome to take part with a guide.

If you require any further information on the accessibility of a Race for Life event, or wish to bring a carer/assistant to accompany you or if you need to bring a guide runner, please contact our Supporter Hotline on0300 123 0770 and press 1 when prompted(Opening hours are 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday) or email us [email protected].

If you feel you might need extra help at the event please do pick up a badge at the Blue Enquires Marquee so that our crew and volunteers can look out for you and check you are OK.

Our team of Event Managers are proud to be Dementia Friends.

Meeting Point Information

The start is on the main playing fields next to Lloyd Park tram station, just after the Lloyd Park Lounge Café.

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Event Day Information

Please do bring your family and friends along to cheer you on and support you on the day.


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