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Sheffield City 10k

Sheffield, Kiveton Park, South Yorkshire

Pithouse Ln, Kiveton Park, Sheffield S26 2AH, UK

Sun 11th October 2020

Starting at 10:00

1 race



Due to Covid-19 Restrictions, our events are subject to change at the discretion of MCC promotions. In this case, all entrants will be deferred to the same event on a future date.

MCC Promotions has provided covid-19 safety information for this event.

Organiser's Description

Due to Covid-19 Restrictions, this event is subject to change at the discretion of MCC promotions, In this case, all entrants will be deferred to the same event on a future date.

Come along to the Sheffield City 10K and meet fellow runners and beat your personal best! As per usual there will be on day registration available but it is advised that you register for your place before hand.  Report to the race venue at 09:00am to collect numbers.

Course Records to be set!
200m + 2 laps around Rother Valley Country Park
Accurately measured course
One of a kind BESPOKE medal
Trophies for top 3 runners
England Athletics Affiliated

Register at Cafe between 9-9:45am
Toilet and bag drop facilities
First Aid
Water at various parts of the course
Terrain : Pathway
Results published on MCC / (within 48 hours)
Plenty of FREE parking

On-Day registration
Charity: BluebellWood Childrens Hospital



  • 10k

    Sun 11th October 2020

    £19.72 CLOSED


  • 10k

    Sun 11th October 2020

    £19.72 CLOSED

Rother Valley Country Park, Mansfield Road, Sheffield, S26 5PQ

How To Get There

Follow brown signs from M1 Junction 31, A57 and A618


There is ample on-site parking - £5 per car

What's Included


Trophies for the top 3 male and female

Water stations on course

3.7 · 3 Reviews


·2 years ago

A great place to run. The rain and puddles can't spoil a run in this great location, it's a lovely place. This event was well organised and the marshals were great. The only issue was the start /finish location which caused a huge bottle neck to start the race and meant running up and down a wet muddy hill rather than staying on the paved road. This seemed to be a very odd choice to me.

·2 years ago

Nice race, lovely location, could be better organised. Really really lovely location, the weather wasn't great ( but what do you expect in October in England!!) but running around the lake having nature all around was really nice, so peaceful and pretty. Not the most organised start to the race, everyone was huddled under trees to hide from the rain, including spectators with umbrellas and prams, and someone was shouting some instructions that we couldn't hear as there was no megaphone or microphone. Someone did ride up on a bike and yell something about starting in the wrong direction, but didn't explain well that we had to move, and then we started from the back and were faster than a lot of people so got stuck in a tight bottle neck. Would have been good to have clear instructions from the start, a runners start area (clear of spectators and prams and dogs), and a staggered start. The rest of the race was lovely, well marshalled with first aid people. My only other grievance was that the finish line was so muddy and slippy you had to slow down a lot to avoid falling which was disappointing. Great venue and I would definitely do again if the start and end were more organised!!

·2 years ago

First Event. A really good location being a first timer, nice flat course ( would be nicer in the dry, ) large puddles and wet grass were a hinderance. Well marshalled throughout with first aid en route. Start was a bit chaotic, through a tight funnel, which was hampered by spectators sheltering from rain. Runners should have had a segregated area. There was a Race briefing but as there was no mega phone it was hard to follow, some runners were questioning the direction of the race due to poor comms. Overall though a enjoyable experience for my first one


Sheffield, Kiveton Park, South Yorkshire