Due to our precautionary measures to help delay the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the St Clare 10k event has been postponed until Sunday 13th September 2020. This decision has been taken to ensure the wellbeing and safety of our runners, volunteers and staff. We apologise for any inconvenience.
If you have already signed up for this event, and you are able to take part on Sunday 13th September, there is no need to take any further action. The events team will be touch in due course with your event information.
However, if you can’t take part on the new scheduled date, and would like to have your entry fee refunded, please email: email@example.com – with the subject – 10k refund – and a full refund will be arranged as soon as possible.
To read our latest updates and guidance on how we are responding to the Coronavirus outbreak, please visit stclarehospice.org.uk/coronavirus
Limber up for the St Clare 10k!
It’s time to get your running shoes out once more for the annual St Clare 10k, taking place here at the Hospice on Sunday 5th April 2020.
Hundreds of runners are expected to jostle at the starting line once again for the yearly Essex 10k road race, which last year raised over £15,000 for the Hospice.
The event is ideal for regular running club members looking to boost their training, as well as those who are new to running but looking for a challenge!
There will be a tombola and cafe refreshments available after the race.
Advance entry is £14 (£12 for affiliated runners), or an additional £3 on the day (£17 non affiliated runners and £14 for affiliated runners). Please note, participants must be aged 15 years or above. Please note: the race results, including your name, time and running club (if applicable), will be displayed on the St Clare Hospice website and racesonline.uk, our chip-timing provider’s website.
This year’s 10k run is kindly sponsored by Tees, Mantle and Handelsbanken.
Information for Runners
Want a time to beat? Find out the top times for the St Clare 10k 2019 here.
Course Map (download it here):