Event of the Week

Nottingham 10K

A Move To The City

There's a brand new city centre route for this year's Nottingham 10K...

The new year brings with it a fresh start; it is the perfect opportunity to take on a challenge and for most - a 10K challenge is well within their capabilities. And so, with close to two months until race day, there is absolutely still time to be on the start line of this year's Nottingham 10K.

Adding to the excitement for this year's staging of the event is a brand new route for runners to explore on 10 March. Traditionally centring around the University of Nottingham, runners can now look forward to a city centre course.

After starting in Old Market Square; the largest public space in the UK after London’s Trafalgar Square, the 10K route will then head north of the city centre, travelling along Mansfield Road before reaching Nottingham Girls High School.

Once there, the route will take runners along Forest Road East and onto Church Rock Cemetery before travelling south back towards Nottingham City Centre. Runners will then reach Motorpoint Nottingham Arena before heading along Canal Street towards the finish line.

Looping around Nottingham’s Park Estate, noted for its Victorian architecture, it’s then back to the finish line at Nottingham Castle to soak up that post run high! The 10K will be the first sporting event to be held at this fantastic location!

Whether aiming to smash a personal challenge, enjoy a social run with friends, or to raise money for fantastic causes, thousands of runners will join forces to take on the immensely popular Nottingham 10K. Runners can look forward to a goody bag of rewards at the finish line, including post-run treats and a hard-earned bespoke medal to show off with pride!

If you'd like to know more, visit the Run For All website.

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