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Sunday 25th August

Englefield 10k 2019

The Englefield 10k is now in it's 10th year and we have decided to spice things up for 2019.

Some sections will now be run in REVERSE, creating a new challenge and perspective.

New custom medals for all finishers

No Dogs Allowed No Barbecues
Note: No Dogs or BBQs
We regret that no dogs are permitted on the Englefield Estate. The event is set in the Englefield Deer Park and dogs are not permitted.
THE TOUGH ONE ...
Are you up for the challenge?
Elevation profile for 10k run
In a Class of its own ...

This race has it all.

It's TOUGH
  • Some gruelling hills
  • Multi-terrain
  • Some uneven ground
It's in a classy setting...
  • The route is entirely within the grounds of the Englefield Estate
  • Run through the deer park, woods, past the main house & lake
  • Setting for movies, society weddings and more
Costs: £16 in advance, £20 on the day
Start: 11am
  • Chip timing
  • Measured circuit
  • Markers every kilometre
  • Drinks station on the course and another at the finish

This less demanding race starts shortly after the main event and uses a portion of the main course.

Intended for under 15s and less confident runners it takes in mainly grassland, paths, lakes and one small hill.

Costs: £6 in advance, £7 on the day
Start: 11.15am

Organised by The Rotary Club of Reading Abbey and Tadley Runners

100% of the money raised goes to charity.

Registered Charity No 900389

The private Berkshire estate is opened for the event by kind permission of the Benyon family.

This year's charity

Shelter building at Ufton Adventure, supported by Englefield 10k Berkshire.
Ufton Adventure raises the aspiration and attainment of disadvantaged and disabled children through outdoor learning in our woodland cabins and grounds.
We help children immerse themselves in activities, helping them to:
  • Develop a positive attitude to change, challenge and choice
  • Aim high
  • Develop a positive attitude to change, challenge and choice
  • Increase appetite and enjoyment for learning
  • Manage anxiety and depression
  • Manage physical health – diet, sleep and exercise
  • Spend more time outdoors
Through repeated residential visits, the young people that visit us develop skills to meet the challenges they face at home and in school, returning as more successful learners.
Ufton Court Educational Trust, Charity no. 1116659

Sponsors & Donors

Allied Arms Pepe Sale
Davis Tate Country Estates
CostCo Waitrose
Happy or Not