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Thorpe & Egham Half Marathon

Egham, Surrey

Egham Cricket Club, Vicarage Road, Egham, UK

Sun 02nd February 2020

Starting at 09:00

1 race


Organiser's Description

2020 sees the fourth year of the Thorpe Half Marathon. Join thousands of runners chasing a personal best along the beautiful rural roads of Surrey. The Half Marathon is open to runners of all abilities, whether it will be your first half or your 50th. This fast route offers a perfect chance for a chip timed, personal best with full road closures during the event.

The Half Marathon will start and finish at Egham Cricket Club, with each mile accurately marked out with distance flags you can’t miss, and plenty of helpers along the course to keep you on track and encourage you all the way to the finish line.


  • Half Marathon
    £32.00 CLOSED


  • Half Marathon
    £32.00 CLOSED
What's Included

Unique Themed Medal

Limited Edition Finisher T-Shirt

Chip Timing

Goodie Bag


Egham Cricket Club, Vicarage Road, Egham, Surrey TW20 8NP

How To Get There

TRAIN: Regular South West Trains run from London Waterloo direct to Egham, with a journey time of 30 to 50 minutes. Egham can also be reached directly via Reading, with a journey time of 46 minutes, and Weybridge, with 1 train every hour and a journey time of 29 minutes. Egham train station is 0.6 miles from Egham Cricket Club, and can be walked within 15 minutes.

CAR: We’re just 20 miles from Central London, with links from Junctions 11 and 13 of the M25 (for reasons unknown to us, you can’t get here from J12). Use postcode TW20 8NP for your Satnav.


There is strictly no parking within close proximity of Event Village.

Other Information

Volunteers: If you would like to help out on the day please complete the volunteer form on the website or contact us at

Results: All results will be available on after the race.

Pictures: We will have a photographer taking a few snaps of the race and they will be on our Facebook page after the race so be sure to check it out and see if you can spot yourself.

Social Media: For updates leading up to the race, please check out our Twitter @thorpehalf, use the hashtag #thorpehalf in the build up to the race

If you use #thorpehalf on Instagram with your race day collages, the best ones will feature on our page!

If you have any queries, you can get in touch on

4.5 · 3 Reviews


·a year ago

Great event. My first time at Egham half marathon which I enjoyed throughly. I parked at the station car which was only a 10 minute walk to the event. The course was well marshalled and everyone was really friendly. I will definitely be back next year!

·a year ago

Well organised, not quite as flat as advertised. I did the half marathon in 2020 - it's quite a small affair but fairly well organised. It was easy to get to the start from Egham station and well signposted. Not a bad atmosphere in the event village considering it was early February and a bit muddy. The course itself is reasonable though not very scenic. It's also not quite as flat as billed - there was a pretty steep hill at around 6 miles that took the wind out of my sails, then it was undulating for a few miles after that. I only saw one small set of portaloos on the course which could have been a problem for some. But plenty of marshals and three water stations is good for a half. Overall, a good event for a small and early-season run.

·a year ago

Fair. I ran the very first Thorpe Park and Egham half marathon. Parking was free, on site on grass land. The start is on the carpark of the Thorpe Park theme park gates. I think the route was through an industrial area and besides dual carriageways. The crowds are great at the start and finish only. When collecting my medal I noticed it was broken and went to get another medal, they were all like it as they did not have permission to use the Thorpe Park logo and had to cut that park off. Finisher T-shirt were few and far between in everyones sizes, they had to look for them. Think the car park exit was a little tricky due to the amount of cars exiting at one time.


Egham, Surrey