Kew Gardens 10K

KEW GARDENS 10K | Saturday 9th April, 2022

ABOUT THE 10K

The event will take place on fully closed roads inside Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Southwest London on the 9th April. This 10K has historically taken place as part of the RUNFEST events in September, and has now moved to join the brand-new KEW THE RUN series. 

 

ABOUT KEW THE RUN

Kew The Run is a weekend that hosts the Kew Gardens 10K on 9th April and the Kew Gardens Half Marathon on 10th April. The 10K will take on a new course running entirely inside a flat Kew Gardens. The Half will start and finish inside Kew whilst taking on an additional flat and scenic route of the Richmond Riverside.

After the events, finishers and their families will be treated to an afternoon of acoustic live music and a picnic (bring your own or purchase on the day) on the lawn.

 

RACE INFORMATION

  • Affiliated Early Bird price from: £35 (until 1st January 2022)
  • Race date: 9th April 2022
  • Race Start Time from: 8.20am
  • Minimum age: 15 on day of race
  • Terrain: Flat, tarmac, professional measured and certified. London's flattest 10K!

 

FREE ADMISSION FOR YOUR SPECTATORS

Kew Gardens is a ticketed venue so we are delighted that your race entry also allows an additional 2x adults and 2x children (U16) to enter with you FREE of charge when you arrive for the race!

Important: for your spectators to access this free entry they will need to be in the Gardens before the gates close at 08:30am for our private run. Once the gates close there is no admission until they re-open to only paying customers. Once you are in Kew Gardens you can remain there for the rest of the day but you cannot exit and then re-enter without paying the standard entry fee.

 

KEW GARDENS 10K REVIEWS

"Organisation and crowd support is second-to-none, fantastic atmosphere the whole way around and wonderful happy volunteers at the end."

"Hi team- I wanted to say how well organised the event was and how safe it felt in current times. I am sure that it was a huge organisational nightmare but the communication was great and helpful to know what was happening. Kew Gardens is very special to me for a number of reasons and I hope that I will be able to attend and run with you again in future years. 
Sorry for waffling, but I wanted to say thank you for organising, Kew for hosting and all the wonderful Marshall’s and fancy dress people. Many thanks to all involved."

 

MORE INFORMATION

  • First Aid:

Full professional cover in place throughout the course.

  • Marshalls:

The entire course will be fully marshalled. Marshalls are volunteers so please say thanks to these amazing people!

  • Sweep Marshalls:

A sweep Marshall will be present to assist athletes who do not complete the course and will be transported to the finish line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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