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Race Listing for Surrey

Date Event Location Results
20 Oct 2019 Tilford Trail RunTilford Institute, FarnhamResults
27 Oct 2019 Star Run 4 Young Epilepsy 10K, 5K & Fun RunYoung Epilepsy, St Piers Lane, LingfieldResults
17 Nov 2019 CADAC 53rd Annual Open XC RaceRavenscote Junior School, Frimley
17 Nov 2019 Camberley Cross Country Open RacesRavenscote Junior School, Frimley
08 Dec 2019 Hogs Back Road RaceLoseley Estate, GuildfordResults
08 Dec 2019 Shere Trail RunsShere Village Hall, GuildfordResults
08 Dec 2019 Denbies Santa RunDenbies Wine Estate, Dorking
15 Dec 2019 Mince Pi RunShalford Park, Guildford
15 Dec 2019 Jingle JogFrimley Lodge Park, Frimley
28 Dec 2019 Phoenix Year End Marathon & Half MarathonXcel Leisure Centre, Walton-on-ThamesResults
29 Dec 2019 Phoenix Frozen Phoenix 1Xcel Leisure Centre, Walton on Thames,Results
30 Dec 2019 Phoenix Frozen Phoenix 2Xcel Leisure Centre, Walton on ThamesResults
01 Jan 2020 Trionium Knacker Cracker 10KThe Old Fort, Box HillResults
04 Jan 2020 Fitstuff G3 Race INewlands Corner, GuildfordResults
05 Jan 2020 Tadworth 10The Racecourse, Epsom DownsResults
19 Jan 2020 Winter Tanners 20Municipal Car Park, LeatherheadResults
25 Jan 2020 Brutal BagshotRed Road, BagshotResults
26 Jan 2020 The Vale Gallop 10KThe Pony Club Field, Walton on the HillResults
01 Feb 2020 Pilgrim Challenge Multi-day UltraSandy Farm Business Centre, FarnhamResults
01 Feb 2020 Fitstuff G3 Race IIINewlands Corner, GuildfordResults
02 Feb 2020 Nonsuch Park 10KNonsuch Mansions, CheamResults
02 Feb 2020 Cranleigh 1 Hour Mini Trail RunBandroom, CranleighResults
02 Feb 2020 Cranleigh 2 Hour Trail RunBandroom, CranleighResults
08 Feb 2020 One Run to Rule Them All - The Elven Blue RunXcel Leisure Centre, Walton on ThamesResults
16 Feb 2020 Valentine's 10KChessington Sport Centre, ChessingtonResults
23 Feb 2020 Polesden Lacey 10KPolesden Lacy National Trust, Dorking
23 Feb 2020 Richmond Half MarathonRichmond Park, Richmond Upon ThamesResults
29 Feb 2020 Trionium Wife Carrying RaceThe Nower, DorkingResults
29 Feb 2020 Trionium Leith Hill HalfThe Priory School, DorkingResults
01 Mar 2020 Kempton Park 5K, 10K & Half Marathon MarchKempton Park, Sunbury-on-ThamesResults
07 Mar 2020 Thames Meander Half Marathon MarchYMCA Hawker Centre, Kingston Upon ThamesResults
07 Mar 2020 Thames Meander Marathon MarchYMCA Hawker Centre, Kingston Upon ThamesResults
07 Mar 2020 Phoenix Spring Marathon & Half MarathonElmbridge Xcel Leisure Centre, Walton-on-ThamesResults
08 Mar 2020 Surrey Half Marathon 5KWoking Park, WokingResults
08 Mar 2020 Mercer Surrey Half MarathonWoking Park, WokingResults
15 Mar 2020 Croydon Half MarathonSandilands Club, CroydonResults
22 Mar 2020 Effingham 1 & 2 Hour Trail RunsHoward of Effingham School, Effingham, Surrey
28 Mar 2020 Bolt Round The HoltAlice Holt Forest, Farnham
28 Mar 2020 Kelly's Clandon Park Run 10K & 4KGeorge Abbot School, Guildford
29 Mar 2020 Cranleigh 15 & 21 MilesCranleigh, Cranleigh
09 Apr 2020 Phoenix Top RunXcel Leisure Centre, Walton on Thames
16 Apr 2020 Phoenix Grease LightningElmbridge Xcel Leisure Centre, Walton-on-Thames
03 May 2020 Leatherhead Rotary Bluebell 10KHeadley Heath, Leatherhead
04 May 2020 Esher 10KEsher Church School, Esher
07 May 2020 Dave Clarke 5K Road RaceNonsuch Park, Epsom
10 May 2020 Ranelagh Harriers Richmond Half MarathonRanelagh Harriers Clubhouse, Richmond
10 May 2020 Cranleigh Trail Marathon-, Cranleigh
10 May 2020 Sutton Runners 10KNonsuch Park, Cheam
17 May 2020 Richmond Park MarathonRichmond Park, Richmond
17 May 2020 Godalming RunPhilips Memorial Park, Godalming
19 May 2020 The Woodman FiveWoodman Public House, Ashtead Common
31 May 2020 Hogsmill 5Harrier Centre, West Ewell
06 Jun 2020 Great Strides 65 Ultra-, Seale
07 Jun 2020 Dorking 10M/10KDorking Rugby Club, Dorking
20 Jun 2020 Beat Box Hill 5K & 10KBox Hill, Brockham
21 Jun 2020 Trionium Midsummer Munro Half MarathonThe Old Fort, Box Hill
21 Jun 2020 Ranelagh Harriers Richmond 10KHam, Richmond
28 Jun 2020 Lingfield 10s - 10MLingfield College, Lingfield
28 Jun 2020 Lingfield 10s - 10KLingfield College, Lingfield
01 Jul 2020 Hard As SnailsShalford Park, Guildford
01 Jul 2020 Reigate Priory Summer Evening 10KPriory Park, Reigate
05 Jul 2020 Run To Infinity & BeyondRunnymede Pleasure Grounds, Egham
05 Jul 2020 Lions Martian 5K, 10K & 21K Trail RacesHorsell Common, Woking
05 Jul 2020 Whiteley 10K & 5KWhiteley Village, Walton on Thames
05 Jul 2020 Claygate Country FiveVillage Recreation Ground, Claygate
06 Jul 2020 David Davies Nonsuch RelayNonsuch Park, Epsom
11 Jul 2020 The Shere 42K & 10KShere Recreation Ground, Shere
12 Jul 2020 Nice Work Richmond Park 10K & 5K - JulyRichmond Park, Richmond
18 Jul 2020 Elmore 7Elmore House, Chipstead
19 Jul 2020 Caterham Rotary Half Marathon & 10KRedhill Aerodrome, Redhill
26 Jul 2020 Elmbridge 10KXcel Leisure Centre, Walton-on-Thames
26 Jul 2020 Surrey Slog Half MarathonDuke of Kent School, Ewurst
01 Aug 2020 Phoenix Summer Marathon & Half MarathonXcel Leisure Centre, Walton-on-Thames,
02 Aug 2020 Forrest RunRunnymede Pleasure Gardens, Egham
02 Aug 2020 Vanguard Way Marathon & Half MarathonLloyd Park, Croydon
08 Aug 2020 Centurion North Downs Way 100St Polycarps School, Farnham
09 Aug 2020 Perseverance Wimbledon Dash 5KWimbledon Park, Wimbledon
20 Aug 2020 Ox Races 2020Rushmoor Estate, Farnham
22 Aug 2020 Salomon Serpent Trail 100K, 50K, Half Marathon & 10KTown Centre, Haslemere
23 Aug 2020 Harry Hawkes 10Giggs Green, Thames Ditton
30 Aug 2020 Woldingham Marathon & Half MarathonWoldingham School, Woldingham
06 Sep 2020 Bacchus Marathon & Half MarathonDenbies Wine Estate, Dorking
13 Sep 2020 Reigate Priory Park 10KPriory Park, Reigate
13 Sep 2020 Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon & 10KPriory Park, Surrey
19 Sep 2020 The Fox Marathon, Half Marathon & UltraGodalming United Reform Church, Godalming
27 Sep 2020 Run Frimley 10K & 2.5KFrimley Park Hospital, Frimley
27 Sep 2020 Woodland Woggle 10K & 6KHampton Estate, Farnham
04 Oct 2020 Titsey Trail 10KLimpsfield Chart Golf Club, Oxted
04 Oct 2020 Maverick Adidas Terrex Original SurreyTillingbourne, Chilworth
11 Oct 2020 Guildford 10KHigh Street, Guildford
11 Oct 2020 Staines 10KSpelthorne Leisure Centre, Staines
11 Oct 2020 North Downs Ridge 50KShalford Village Hall, Guildford
24 Oct 2020 Brutal HalloweenAlice Holt Country Park, Farnham
25 Oct 2020 River Thames Half MarathonWalton Bridge, Walton-on-Thames
25 Oct 2020 Croydon 10KLloyd Park, Croydon
01 Nov 2020 Camberley 10K Julian Farrell MemorialKings International College, Camberley
08 Nov 2020 Phoenix Remembrance Day Marathon & Half MarathonThames Path, Walton on Thames
14 Nov 2020 Kempton Park 5K, 10K & Half Marathon NovemberThe Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames
22 Nov 2020 Phoenix Riverside Marathon & Half MarathonXcel Sports Hub Stadium, Walton-on-Thames
22 Nov 2020 Beddington Park 10KBeddington Park, Wallington
28 Nov 2020 Centurion North Downs Way 50St Polycarps School, Farnham
06 Dec 2020 Weybridge 10KCowey Sale, Walton-on-Thames
06 Dec 2020 Hurtwood 50KLeisure Centre, Dorking
07 Feb 2021 Thorpe & Egham Half Marathon & 10KEgham Cricket Club, Egham
06 Mar 2021 Winter Nuts ChallengeHenfold Lane, Dorking
10 Apr 2021 Magna Carta Marathon & Half MarathonWraysbury Skiff & Punting Club, Egham
04 Jul 2021 North Downs Way Marathon & Half MarathonNorth Downs Way, , Surrey, Reigate
17 Jul 2021 Richmond Summer Riverside RunRiverside, Richmond
26 Sep 2021 Surrey Hills ChallengeGreensand Way, Surrey Hills
21 Nov 2021 Run Forest RunChiddingfold FC, Godalming

About the area

Running in Surrey

Surrey has lots of mature woodland areas and is in fact the most wooded county in England, with 22.4% coverage compared to a national average of 11.8%. Among its many beauty spots are Box Hill, Leith Hill, Frensham Ponds, Newlands Corner and Puttenham and Crooksbury Commons. Box Hill has the oldest untouched area of natural woodland in the UK, one of the oldest in Europe.

There are many commons and access lands in Surrey, together with an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways. This includes the North Downs Way, a scenic long-distance path that is great for runs - both long and short.

The highest elevation in Surrey is Leith Hill near Dorking. Both Box Hill and Leith Hill host a number of races throughout the year, notably the Leith Hill Half and the Box Hill Fell Race. Surrey Hills is also a popular race venue, home to the Surrey Hills Trail Challenge which takes place in May.

Put simply; beautiful rural scenery, a thriving running scene and close proximity to the country's capital make Surrey a fantastic place for runners to live and make the most of life.

Check out some of what Surrey has to offer to runners below.

Running clubs in Surrey

Dorking & Mole Valley AC

  • When did it all begin? In 1994 Dorking St.Paul's joined forces with Mole Valley AC to usher in a new running era in the heart of Surrey.
  • Current strength? We're a big club. 100 juniors plus maybe 250/300 active seniors, although officially there are 500 on the books.
  • So a young, keen outfit? More than that! Our juniors are competing successfully at county level but we have two growing beginners groups and quite a few runners past the first flush of youth!
  • Where's the action? Tuesday's we meet at Ranmore for a cross-country run - usually a three figure turnout although we split into five groups so everyone can run at their own pace.
  • What about the hard sessions? Thursday is track night. We have a grass track at Pixham Lane and the coaches can be relied upon to test the teens, and the septagenarians!
  • So DMVAC is well-prepared for competition? We do take part in various leagues - summer and winter. The Surrey Road League and the Surrey Cross-Country League always attract a big turnout from the club. As do the MABAC events - Sunday mornings, cross-country and a nice relaxed atmosphere.
  • Nice locations for the MABAC events? They're all scenic but Farley Green is a particular favourite, nice open countryside - not too tough.
  • Your big event of the year? Has to be the Dorking 10 in June. It's the 10 mile county championship event and attracts a high quality field of 800 runners. All the members rally round for marshalling, water station and catering duties.
  • Talking of rallying round, who are the club stalwarts? Dave Stead is a long-term member who no longer runs but is an enthusiastic coach and administrator. With a big junior waiting list, enthusiasts like Dave are worth their weight in gold.
  • Any other famous members? The very unassuming Graham Taylor still enjoys running at 65 although he once mixed it with the marathon elite.
  • How so? Graham won the old and much revered Polytechnic Marathon in 1966 in a time of 2:19:04. Other winners of that event were Ron Hill and Jim Peters, while Basil Heatley actually broke the world marathon in the 1964 race.
  • And DMVAC isn't just about running? No, we've got a very active triathlon section. We're close to Box Hill where Bradley Wiggins rode the Zig Zag road to Olympic gold so plenty to inspire the cyclists.
  • Tell us about big club trips? There's usually a party that heads down to Devon for the notoriously tough Grizzly race in March but to be honest there are so many high quality events close at hand that we don't have to travel far for the best of race action!

Want to know more? Visit their website

Running groups In Surrey

  • Absolute Beginners, Bourne Sports Clubhouse, Farnham
  • Any1canrun, Frimley Lodge Park, Camberley
  • Ashtead Running Group, Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall
  • Blackwater Beginners, Blackwater, Camberley
  • Cranleigh Sunflowers, Co op Car Park, Cranleigh
  • DMVAC Ranmore Middle Group, National Trust Car Park, Ranmore
  • Edventure Running, Horton Park Golf & Country Park, Epsom
  • Epsom Allsorts Beginners, Horton Country Park
  • Epsom Runners, Court Recreation Ground
  • Farnham Runners, Bourne Sports Clubhouse
  • Goldsworth Park Runners, Goldsworth Park, Woking
  • Guildford Snails, Guildford Spectrum
  • Guildford Women's Runners, Guildford Spectrum
  • Happy Feet Running Group, Heathervale Recreation, Addlestone
  • Haslemere over 50s, Herons Leisure Centre, Haslemere
  • Human Race Running Club, Leatherhead
  • HBAC Beginners Group, Devils Punch Bowl, Hindhead
  • Hermitage School Run, Hermitage School, Woking
  • Inspired-2-Run, Dorking Sports Centre
  • Molesey Running Group, Hurst Meadow Minor, Molesey
  • Nonsuch Park Running Group, Mansion House, Cheam
  • Oxted Runners Beginners, Limpsfield Chart
  • Paleo Training Bible, Virginia Water Lake,
  • Polesden Beginners Group, National Trust Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham
  • Quadrant Court Joggers, Quadrant Court, Woking
  • Rachel's Runners, Woking Park
  • Reigate Ladies Joggers, Reigate Park
  • Run Group, Guildford Spectrum
  • Run 4 Mum,Oatlands Area, Weybridge
  • Running Works, Epsom
  • Run With Royston
  • Arena Leisure Centre, Camberley
  • Running Matters, Brookwood Memorial Hall, Woking
  • SRC Woking, Sweatshop, Woking
  • St John's Run for Fun, St John's Lye, Woking
  • Sun Run, various Dorking
  • Tandridge Trust Running Club, Destafford Sports Centre, Caterham
  • Tortoise2Hare Group
  • UK Fit Surrey, Windsor Great Park, Virginia Water
  • West Byfleet Run Club, West Byfleet Recreation Ground
  • Woking Runners, Woking Leisure Centre

Epsom Allsorts Loosening Up

RunEngland Surrey

RunEngland is going from strength to strength in Surrey where Darryl Gheerawo in his role as Run England Activator is coordinating a range of initiatives to support existing groups in their development, to encourage new groups and to introduce new resources like the 3-2-1 routes.

There is now a very wide network of RunEngland groups across the county and these are an ideal way for beginners and occasional runners to get involved and to benefit from the fitness and social benefits of group running. Our profile group - Cranleigh Sunflowers, is a great example of how these's group work and how much fun and enjoyment they provide. Check out our list of Run England groups in Surrey on page 93.

A key area of development for RunEngland in Surrey is the Leadership in Running Fitness Qualification. Through his various networks Darryl publicises the Leadership courses which are held regularly in Surrey and provide excellent training for enthusiastic runners or experienced club members who want to develop the skills need to organise and lead groups of beginners. Financial support, 50% of course costs, are available plus incentives that mean leaders get RunEngland merchandise based on numbers of new members they recruit. New members themselves receive £15 of Sweatshop vouchers when they sign up for the free membership scheme. For more details contact Darren.

Darren has also been working to establish 3-2-1 routes - marked out courses of 3, 2 and 1 miles, kilometres or laps - which provide suitable practice distances for new runners. Planned locations are Banstead Wood, Reigate Park, Polesden Lacey and Royal Holloway (Egham).

For more information about all the RunEngland initiatives mentioned visit their website

Focus On: Cranleigh Sunflowers

Cranleigh Sunflowers

Now in its fourth year Cranleigh Sunflowers is one of Surrey's big running success stories. Double award winners - Run England's top south-east group and Women's Running Magazine's group of the year runner-up - in 2012, the Sunflowers were founded by the effervescent Lucy Bushnell and now boast 70 active members who meet regularly, target top races like Brighton marathon and Silverstone half and have a lots and lots of fun along the way.

Lucy highlights a group ethos that developed when she started running herself: "I had recently had twins, had never though of myself as an 'athletic' type and only agreed to join my friend on a short 'run' to get me out of the house. It took nearly an hour to go 5k, and at the end I felt sick. But something made me persevere and I completed a Race for Life 5K soon after, followed that up with a 10k and an autumn half marathon. I'd caught the bug!

“None of it was very fast but I loved it and was amazed as my weight dropped, my body shape changed and my self-confidence grew. It was a life-enhancing experience and one that I wanted to share.

“That's was the seed for the Sunflowers and soon the group was formed, meeting regularly and attracting new members. Our approach was always an inclusive one, keen to recruit women for all backgrounds and levels of fitness and let them bloom in a supportive environment.

“The group grew in strength and we developed a Tuesday-Friday-Sunday programme, and sessions that included longer easy runs, sprints and monthly circuits and time-trials. We also introduced some daft things - the '12 days of Christmas' was a warm-up routine with a festive twist; while 'Dishes and Domes' was an excellent team-building routine that had our normally well-behaved Surrey ladies pushing and shoving each other for all they were worth.

“Longer runs are on Fridays and we sometimes incorporate a Magical Mystery Tour element when we invite someone to take the lead. There's some nice countryside around Cranleigh and often we end up in pleasant woodland or climbing hills - hard work but the scenic views at the top make it worthwhile. We can sometimes get into trouble on these runs and more than once we've ended up in muddy bogs. Our most dramatic adventure came when we were 'attacked' by a hot balloon in descent.

“Usually though leaders Melissa, Julia, Tara, Kirsty and Debbie have things under control. And with Kate, Amy, Becky and Angela now taking additional responsibilities we are able to provide a good level of support for individual members. A key principle of the group is that people can progress at their own pace and even the slowest runners will have company throughout the session.

“The Sunflowers are a really mixed bunch and we get as big a kick out of someone coming back for a second week after a nervous introduction or completing their first 5k without stopping as we do from one of our veterans achieving a marathon PB. It was great to see Alex running a great half marathon at Silverstone in 1 hour 57 minutes then waiting for over an hour at the finish line to cheer on Becky and Gemma completing their first 13.1 mile event. That kind of sums up the group ethos."

Lucy Bushnell underlined two other factors behind the success of Cranleigh Sunflowers. A terrific social dimension - regular quiz nights, pizza and tapas treats; and great backing from partners and families, both in enabling members to attend sessions and providing support on race days and on social occasions.

And Lucy's proudest time as a Sunflower? "There have been a few poignant moments - I seem to be brushing aside a tear on a regular basis! But maybe the day we buddied up with Tortoise and Hare RC and collectively ran '1000 miles in a day' for Help for Heroes raising £4,500. That was a bit special."

RunEngland Surrey

RunEngland is going from strength to strength in Surrey where Darryl Gheerawo in his role as Run England Activator is coordinating a range of initiatives to support existing groups in their development, to encourage new groups and to introduce new resources like the 3-2-1 routes.

There is now a very wide network of RunEngland groups across the county and these are an ideal way for beginners and occasional runners to get involved and to benefit from the fitness and social benefits of group running. Our profile group - Cranleigh Sunflowers, is a great example of how these's group work and how much fun and enjoyment they provide. Check out our list of Run England groups in Surrey on page 93.

A key area of development for RunEngland in Surrey is the Leadership in Running Fitness Qualification. Through his various networks Darryl publicises the Leadership courses which are held regularly in Surrey and provide excellent training for enthusiastic runners or experienced club members who want to develop the skills need to organise and lead groups of beginners. Financial support, 50% of course costs, are available plus incentives that mean leaders get RunEngland merchandise based on numbers of new members they recruit. New members themselves receive £15 of Sweatshop vouchers when they sign up for the free membership scheme. For more details contact Darren.

Darren has also been working to establish 3-2-1 routes - marked out courses of 3, 2 and 1 miles, kilometres or laps - which provide suitable practice distances for new runners. Planned locations are Banstead Wood, Reigate Park, Polesden Lacey and Royal Holloway (Egham).

For more information about all the RunEngland initiatives mentioned visit their website

The Retailer Network

Runners at Farham

Surrey has an excellent network of independent running retailers which cover the county from Oxted (Simply Sports) in the east to Camberley (Runners Request) in the north-west to Caranleigh (Tortoise & The Hare) in the south. In addition the larger chains are represented by Runners Need in Chertsey and Sweatship in Woking. Plenty of choice and quality in depth.

Malcolm Croft and Derek Ripley are a great example of a local store where runners can get advice about local clubs and groups, events and services as well as full details about a comprehensive product range. The pair have a great affection for their local area and in a recent conversation told southernrunningguide.com: "We don't get as much publicity as some parts of the country but our shop here near Cranleigh is located in the heart of the Surrey Hills. It's an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - a landscape of rolling chalk downs, flower rich grasslands, heaths and ancient woodlands. It provides some of the best trail running in southern England so we have to make sure that we keep a good stock of trail shoes. You'll find Montrail, Walsh, Inov8 and New Balance on our shelves. Match a hard-working pair of shoes with the clothing of Craft, OMM or Helly Hansen and you'll be well equipped for even the most inclement day in the hills."

Later the guys added: "We aim to build up a relationship with all of our customers so that they look forward to dropping in and looking around. When you get to know people you can advise them on hydration and nutrition (we stock a terrific selection of gels and bars - SIS, Powerbar, Clifbar and Elite all have their devotees)."

It's clear The Tortoise and Hare team are entrenched in their local community - they help behind the scenes at the Cranleigh 10K and the popular Cranleigh 15/21 (a pre-London marathon event that lets you run either 15 or 21 miles depending on how you feel on the day) and they have close links with a host of clubs.

It's a similar story in Guildford where Paul Galley leads an enthusiastic team at FitStuff on Chapel St. Great in-store facilities across two floors plus an on-site sports clinic and an association with lots of local races including calendar features like the Hard As Snails, Brutal 10, Bolt Around The Holt and Night Fright.

Across in Reigate and Oxted owner Adrian Pointer highlights the approach at Simply Sports: "At both of our stores expect the Motionquest gait analysis procedure which lets our well-trained staff make an accurate assessment of your running gait. This combined with a discussion around the customer's personal goals lets us identify a number of potential shoes. Then it's trial and error to pinpoint the optimum model - we've a great selection, clearly displayed. This can be time-consuming but it's worth the effort."
Looking after new runners is important to Simply Sports and they've created a brochure with lots of good advice and some tempting offers. One page addresses 'Your First 10K' and advises on progressive training, the importance of building core strength and hydration, another focuses on common injuries and tackling them.

The independents are ably supported by Sweatshop in Woking and Runners Need in Chertsey while Alton Sports are now established at Farnham. Run To Live in Ashtead, Runners Request in Camberley and Surrey Sports in Walton-on-Thames complete the picture of a well-served county where runners have informed and helpful retailers close at hand.

Sutton Sports Physio

Running Services in Surrey

Opening its doors on 1 May 2009, Sutton Sports Physio provides expert physiotherapy treatment for the residents of Sutton, Cheam, Wallington, Worcester Park, Wimbledon, Epsom and other surrounding areas. With a team of highly trained and expert staff, Sutton Sports Physio are able to offer a complete range of physiotherapy and other relevant services.

Sutton Sports Physio
Address c/o Sutton Junior Tennis Centre, Rosehill Park, Sutton, Surrey, SM1 3HH
Tel. 020 8254 2150
E-Mail info@suttonsportsphysio.co.uk
Opening Times Mon-Thurs: 08.00- 20.00
Friday: 08.00-19.00
Saturday: 09.00-17.00
The Sutton Sports Physio Approach

With over 25 years combined experience of physiotherapy and sports injuries, the staff at Sutton Sports Physio can deal with all of your physical ailments.

With considerable experience in dealing with all types of conditions, Sutton Sports Physio is a good choice if you are suffering with back pain, sports injuries or recovering after surgery.

From recreational sports to elite athletes the physiotherapists at Sutton Sports Physio can assist in not just treating your injury but in the prevention of future problems.

Other services in Surrey

Massage

Nutritionist/Dietician

Podiatry

Physiotherapists

If you offer a serivce to runners in Surrey and would like to be included on this page, please contact us.

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