A chance for some running tourism

Come and join us on Sunday, 8th July 2018 for a 10K chip-timed race, taking runners on a sightseeing tour of Gloucester, including the cathedral, quays, canal and docks.

The 2018 Gloucester 10K race

With a predominantly flat route, for most runners this is a potential PB course. The race finishes in Gloucester Park.

Welcome to the Gloucester 10K

A chance for some running tourism. You can visit Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester Docks, Gloucester Quays and even improve your fitness whilst doing so. The race starts at 9am on Sunday 8th July 2018. The event finishes in Gloucester Park. The course is designed with sight seeing in mind and therefore has the odd twist and turn. However, it is predominantly flat and for most runners this is a potential PB course.

Entries open for the 2018 race at 6pm on the 1st February

rungloucester@daviesandpartners.com

We are pleased to announce that EG Carter will continue the main sponsor for the 2018 race

 

News

Privacy Notice for Runners

  GLOUCESTER 10K   PRIVACY NOTICE FOR RUNNERS Background As you will no doubt be aware new regulations- the GDPR – change the way organisations look after data; in our case that refers to information about runners. There is a lot of jargon used within the...

Enter the Corporate team challenge

Organiser's Davies and Partners have set a team challenges at this year's Gloucester 10K. Davies and Partners Corporate Challenge Come on, you know you want to!  Support the Gloucester community by persuading your colleagues to enter the Davies and Partners 10k...

The date is set for the 2018 Gloucester 10K

After the successful running of the third community Gloucester 10k last year and fantastic support for the event from the Gloucester and Gloucestershire communities the race will be run for a fourth time this year, and we have managed to increase the numbers again!...

Frequently asked questions

Will there be medals? Is there parking? Find out the answers to questions you may have about the race.

The 10K race route

Find out more about the predominantly flat 10 kilometre course that takes runners on a sight-seeing tour of Gloucester.

Race details and how to enter

Race details and how to enter

Find out more about the race, including how to enter. The race is limited to 825 runners, so enter soon to avoid disappointment.

Enter the race

Find out more about the race and how to enter.

Rotary Club of Gloucester Quays
EG Carter
Tewkesbury Running Club

TheGym

Davies and Partners Solicitors
Gloucester City Council
Believe in Gloucester
Marketing Gloucester
Gloucester Quays
Canal and River Trust
Gloucester Cathedral
A-Star Traffic Management

Many thanks to others who have contributed their time and help to this event