ARCHIVED RACE: Run 10K @ Heaton Park, Manchester, Sunday 3rd October 2010

Race Info & Description

Race Information:

  • Event Name: Run10K Heaton Park
  • Distance (KMs): 10
  • Distance (Miles): 6.21
  • Date: 03 October 2010
  • Start Time: 10:00
  • Venue: Heaton Park
  • Best Time (Men): n/a
  • Best Time (Women): n/a
  • Organised By: Cancer Research
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? No
  • Has Water Stations? Yes - 5k and at Start/Finish
  • Has Prizes / Awards? No

Race Description

Run10K Heaton Park – part of the Cancer Research Run10K Autumn Race Series, which welcomes men as well as women.

The course is set around the beautifully landscaped, grade II listed Heaton Park. The route takes you around the boating lake and past the historic Town Hall Collonades before continuing onto the Paypal field and around the tree lined avenues of one of the largest parks in Europe. The route takes in views of the golf course and the Pennines before passing the ornamental temple followed by The Orangery and the 18th century country house Heaton Hall.

It is a multi-terrain course on grass, road and gravel paths. It is undulating throughout with one steep hill.

Please arrive an hour before the start of your Run 10k event. There will be a stretch and warm-up half an hour before your run.

3 comments to ARCHIVED RACE: Run 10K @ Heaton Park, Manchester, Sunday 3rd October 2010

  • ian wilson

    great to run for cancer research but disappointed with no water stations and a little prize would be nice. surely there will be first aid on hand? to be truthful i find it rather cheeky to charge so much without providing basic race conditions. that being said, i will be racing for such a good cause.

    • Hi Ian,

      There WILL be First Aid, there WILL be water stations. There is no chip timing, and no prizes. When the events were originally submitted these details were unclear so they defaulted to “no” accidentally.

      Thanks for your comment, however, as it means we have now been able to clarify this!

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