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Stockport Hatters Half Marathon

Stockport Hatters Half Marathon

Stockport, Cheshire

SK3 9DD Hardcastle Road, Stockport, United Kingdom

Sun 4th September 2022

Starting at 09:30

Organiser's Description

The Hatters Half Marathon is a picturesque trail half marathon event, which starts at Edgeley Park, home of Stockport County Football Club and finishes in Alexandra Park in Edgeley on Sunday 4th September 2022. Start time is 9-30am.

A scenic route running along the Trans Pennine Trail, following the river Mersey, the 13.1 mile course passes Burnage Rugby Club and Didsbury Golf Club, before forming a two mile loop passing St Winifred’s Church in Northenden, before returning to Edgeley Park.


  • Stockport Hatters Half Marathon


    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00



  • Stockport Hatters Half Marathon


    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00


What's Included

The race is chipped timed and if runners provide their mobile number, we will send a text with their finish time.

All finishers receive a race medal, there are 3 water stations on the course and flapjacks, drinks and snacks at the finish line.

Edgeley Park has excellent facilities, including toilets, catering and bag storage area.

There are public car parks nearby off Mercian Way and Castle Street, plus plenty of on-street parking.

  • Bespoke medal with fantastic local artwork
  • Food and drink available at the finish
  • Excellent facilities at Edgeley Park

How to Get There

Follow navigation to SK3 9DD.


There are car parks locally and on-street parking near Hardcastle Road. Please can we ask that runners don't park on Hardcastle Road.


Exit M60 at Junction 1 and follow signs for Stockport County / Edgeley Park

Course Details

This is a mixed terrain course, which starts on the road, but transfers onto paths and trails as the route follows the River Mersey.

The scenic route joins the Trans Pennine Trail at Woolpack Bridge and follows the River Mersey to Northenden, forming a loop at Ford Lane and Boat Lane in Northenden, then returning to the finish in Alexandra Park, Edgeley.


  • What is the minimum age?

    To register for the half marathon you must be 17 years of age or older on event day.

  • What is the time limit?

    Registrants must be capable of completing the full distance, start line to finish line, within the event time requirement of 2 hours 45 minutes

  • Can I wear headphones?

    Participants must not wear ipods or music players. There are road sections on the course which are not closed to traffic. Furthermore there are a number of major road crossings and participants will need to take instruction from our marshals and Traffic Management Team.

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