Race Listing for Berkshire

Date Event Location Results
25 Feb 2024 Greenham Common Half Marathon & 10KGreenham Coomon Control Tower, NewburyResults
25 Feb 2024 Wokingham Half MarathonCantley Park, WokinghamResults
10 Mar 2024 Dorney 5K, 10K & Half Marathon MarchDorney Lake, Windsor
17 Mar 2024 Wokingham 5K & 10KDinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham
01 Apr 2024 Mortimer 10KMortimer Fairground, Mortimer
14 Apr 2024 Dorney Lake Half Marathon, 10K & 5K AprilDorney Lake, Windsor
14 Apr 2024 Reading Half MarathonGreen Park, Reading
18 Apr 2024 Running Miles Jubilee River Races 2Riverside Centre, Slough
24 Apr 2024 Thames Ring 250Village Centre, Streatley
04 May 2024 Mapledurham Backyard UltraMapledurham House, Reading
06 May 2024 Shinfield 10KSchool Green, Shinfield
11 May 2024 All Nations 5K & 10K RunDorney Lake, Windsor
12 May 2024 Kintbury 5Kintbury Recreation Ground, Kintbury
16 May 2024 Dinton Pastures 5K & 10K Summer Series Race 1Dinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham
18 May 2024 Goring Gap 50M UltraMapledurham, Reading
18 May 2024 Compton Downland ChallengeVillage Hall, Compton
18 May 2024 Compton Marathon & 16 Mile ChallengeVillage Hall, Newbury
19 May 2024 Binfield 10KFoxley Fields, Binfield
26 May 2024 Royal Windsor Trail RunAlexandra Gardens, Windsor
27 May 2024 Newbury 10KMarket Place, Newbury
01 Jun 2024 Race for Life WindsorRoyal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor
01 Jun 2024 Race the Sun 50KNMCC Sports Club, Maidenhead
01 Jun 2024 Pretty Muddy WindsorRoyal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor
02 Jun 2024 Green Park Reading 10K & Family RacesGreen Park, Reading
16 Jun 2024 Wargrave 10KWargrave Recreation Ground, Wargrave
16 Jun 2024 Race for Life NewburyThe Racecourse, Newbury
20 Jun 2024 Running Miles Jubilee River Races 3Riverside Centre, Slough
20 Jun 2024 Dinton Pastures 5K & 10K Summer Series Race 2Dinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham
23 Jun 2024 Renegade 10KRenegade Brewery, Yattendon
07 Jul 2024 Beat the BoatThe Brocas Fields, Eton, Windsor
13 Jul 2024 Pretty Muddy ReadingProspect Park, Reading
14 Jul 2024 Race for Life ReadingProspect Park, Reading
18 Jul 2024 Dinton Pastures 5K & 10K Summer Series Race 3Dinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham
01 Aug 2024 Running Miles Jubilee River Races 4Riverside Centre, Slough
15 Aug 2024 Dinton Pastures 5K & 10K Summer Series Race 4Dinton Pastures Country Park, Wokingham
31 Aug 2024 Newbury Racecourse 5K, 10K & Half Marathon AugustThe Racecourse, Newbury
01 Sep 2024 Summertime Windsor Trail RunAlexandra Gardens, Windsor
05 Sep 2024 Running Miles Jubilee River Races 5Riverside Centre, Slough
15 Sep 2024 Phantom Brewing Co 10K Beer RunPhantom Brewing Co, Reading
28 Sep 2024 Inflatable 5K NewburyThe Racecourse, Newbury
28 Sep 2024 Windsor Women's 10KGreat Park, Windsor
29 Sep 2024 Windsor Half MarathonThe Great Park, Windsor
17 Oct 2024 Running Miles Jubilee River Races 6Riverside Centre, Slough
10 Nov 2024 Autumn Windsor Trail RunAlexandra Gardens, Windsor

About the area

Windsore Great Park

Active clubs include Windsor, Slough & Eton AC, Maidenhead AC, Datchet Dashers, Burnham Joggers, Marlow Striders and Wargrave Runners.

And there's a growing Run England group presence which is an ideal setting for those new to running who want a gentle introduction.

Lots of great running routes too with plenty of opportunities to get out there and enjoy the countryside - Burnham Beeches, Great Windsor Park and along the River Thames are just a few of the many locations the county has to offer.

There's a comprehensive calendar of events from 5K to ultra-marathon - Reading half marathon is the 'daddy' - the big March race is a focus for many local runners' winter training and it's a great occasion with 12,000 plus participants.
parkrun, the weekly free timed 5K event, is well-established at both Slough (Black Park Country Park) and Reading (Thames Valley Park) and 200 plus 'aficionados' regularly turn out on a Saturday morning for the 9.00am start.

The Thames Valley is also home to a busy triathlon scene, with numerous events, including the Windsor Triathlon and various events at Dorney Lake.

Running clubs in Berkshire

If you are part of a club in Berkshire and would like to be added to our list, please get in touch!

Wargrave RunnersFocus on Wargrave Runners

Where and When: All sessions meet at the recreational ground car park. There are two improvers/experienced groups which meet on Saturday/Sunday mornings at 8.15am. 4-5 miles on the Saturday and 8-10 on the Sunday. Saturday’s run involves a regular route between Wargrave and Crazies Hill. There is also a beginners/improvers session on Saturdays at 9.00am. Catering for those walk/running and those who wish to run a shorter distance than the earlier group. Mondays and Wednesdays at 6.30pm are all abilities sessions for anyone who wishes to go for a midweek run with a group for typically 3 to 6 miles.

Who: We pride ourselves on being a social running club for members of all ages and ability and we are always pleased to welcome new members.

Any races: We organise the Wargrave 10K which was held on June 12. This year’s race was started by Paul Daniels who took time out of his busy schedule and braved the rain to enthusiastically cheer all 518 runners on their way as they crossed the start line.

Anything else: Located in the heart of the Chiltern Hills and close to one of the most famous stretches of the River Thames, Wargrave Runners have a fabulous stomping ground! Club members range from international athletes to casual weekend joggers, the club embraces the aspirations of all members whatever level they wish to participate at. Regular outings throughout the week, groups of all different abilities run along breathtaking routes where it is often difficult to believe you are only 35 miles west of central London! From the very youngest to the most senior runner all share a passion for their sport whilst actively encouraging their club colleagues to achieve. Most importantly the club promotes the enjoyment of running  within a sociable environment where training partners become good friends.

Running groups in Berkshire

Running groups are aimed at beginners and those whose emphasis is on fun and fitness rather than races and competition, letting people run in a safe and friendly environment, building up a camaraderie with fellow runners.

Run England is England's body for recreational running, with groups all over the country meeting weekly. They organise 5K beginner courses and groups who just run for fun.

Cookham Runners

Run With Cookham

Where and When: Saturday morning (9.30) at Station Hill Deli and Tuesday evening (7.00) from Station Road.

Group leader: Peta Bee

Under the umbrella of the Run England scheme this running group in the Berkshire village of Cookham meets twice a week to help people kick off their running career and, once there, to maintain it! The main aim being to encourage beginners and returning runners alike to find their feet and take off along local footpaths and trails.

There is a real emphasis on fitness and fun, the runs are highly sociable with group members often meeting for coffee and cakes in the local deli after a run. Group Leader Peta Bee says: "This group is not intended for greyhounds in lycra who like to race along to the beep of a heart rate monitor."

With meetings twice a week and a relaxed approach to training - the Cookham group (pictured above) could be just what you need to find the motivation and inspiration to get up off the sofa and out on the road.

Lisa running London MarathonServices in Berkshire

Taking good care of yourself is a must for every runner, but what happens when you don't quite stetch enough and pull a muscle, or don't see that stone and put your back out? How should you plan your eating for that marathon coming up? There's a whole host of specialists dedicated to putting runners back to rights if you have a mishap, or need some guidance...

Lisa Wilkinson Sports Therapist

School Lane, Burghfield Common, Reading, Berks RG7 3EY

Flexible working hours - available morning to evening to fit in with your schedule.

About Lisa

  • A regular runner herself having completed 14 marathons, including London, New York and Berlin, Lisa understands the needs and requirements of tired muscles!
  • Lisa set up her own practice in 2005 just outside Reading and has helped a number of clients with sports related injuries such as pulled muscles, tired or over training and IT band syndrome to clients with bad backs, stiff necks, sciatica or piriformis syndrome.  She now has a growing clientele because of many personal recommendations.

Lisa massaging a clientThe Lisa Wilkinson Approach

  • The practice is based on the belief that customers’ needs are of the utmost importance and Lisa is committed to meeting those needs.
  • Qualified in Sports Massage, Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology, Fitness & Exercise Techniques, Diploma in Hot Stones Therapy & Diploma in Advanced Massage Techniques.
  • Fully insured and a member of The Sports Massage Association, MHFST (Member of Holistic Federation of Sports Therapists) and CNHC (Complementary and Healthcare Council).

Do you operate a service for runners in the Berkshire area? If you'd like to be added to our list please get in touch with us!

Services for runners in Berkshire

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If you offer a service to runners in the Berkshire area and would like to be added to our list of providers please get in touch.