20 Jun

Horndon 10k

11.00 am

Last Sunday in June (30.06.19)

Held under UKA rules with a UKA licence no. 2018-30373

Certificate of Course Accuracy SE 17/210

   Chip Timing

The 10k road race takes place during the annual 'Feast and Fayre' in the historic village of Horndon-on-the-Hill. Whether you are a 'Serious Athlete', Jogger or Fun Runner this is the event for you. Make it a day out and bring your family and friends along for the Craft and Charity stalls, All day Street Entertainment, Plenty of Food and two of the best Inns in the County.

PARKING- Two car parks should be available (see map), High Road is closed to traffic and no on-road parking is available in the village. Please leave the Bell car park free for the use of disabled visitors to the Feast and Fayre. There will be a small Feast and Fayre Programme/Parking charge..

CHANGING facilities are very limited, please arrive in good time if you wish to use them. We would appreciate the co-operation of local runners in coming changed to allow more space for others. Changing facilities tba. Toilets are available at the Village Hall, the Woolmarket and the Methodist Hall.

THE START- This is located outside the Old National School and you run towards the Bell. The race will start at 11 am, assemble outside the Old School at least 5 minutes before this time.

THE COURSE- (see map) is one lap + a loop, generally flat, half through the village and half along country lanes. There is one steep hill that you run down and up once, the rest of the course is generally flat but surprisingly demanding if the sun is beating down. The surface is a bit rough underfoot along the farm track. The course will be fully marshalled and the road marked. Please follow the instructions of the marshals and police.

THE FINISH- You will be timed, recorded and given your souvenir. After finishing, take your number off and move away from the line to aid the recorders. Please do not jog back and accompany slower team mates as they finish. The road by the finish is open to traffic so try to avoid causing congestion and be considerate to residents and other road users.

FIRST AID- will be provided by St. John's if required. If you have any sort of medical condition, for your own safety, write details on the back of you number.

RESULTS- will be displayed as soon as possible in the courtyard of the Bell Inn.

PRIZES- will be awarded in the Bell In courtyard at 1 O'clock, or soon after...



Men's Team:

Women's Team:


1st, 2nd, 3rd, MV40, MV50, MV60

1st, 2nd, 3rd, FV35, FV45, F55

4 to count -entry automatic from correctly filled in entry forms

4 to count -entry automatic from correctly filled in entry forms

A Vet finishing in the top three will receive the 'place' prize only. Vets prizes will awarded to a finishers outside of the first three and in strict age category. For instance, the MV40 award will be given to the first Man aged 40 to 49 inclusive on the day of the race, finishing outside of the first three, even if a Man aged 50 to 59 finishes before him.

In addition every finishers will receive a souvenir.