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Holkham 10K

Holkham 10K


06 July 2019




Holkham Hall, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk NR23 1AB




UKA Memeber - £23; Non UKA Member - £25

Course Records

Male: 35:40 - Female: 38:27

Start Times

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Event Overview

The sell-out Holkham 10k is back in 2019 as part of a weekend of fantastic racing opportunities.

Tired of ‘fast and flat’ and want to give yourself a personal best that gives you a challenge along the way? It’s time to enter Holkham 10k.

The event is set within the grounds of the magnificent eighteenth-century Holkham Hall Estate. Runners can take in some of the stunning scenery of the Holkham Hall grounds. There’s a mixture of straights and bends throughout the course before heading towards the Holkham Forge. Once you’ve run past the iconic Obelisk you know you’re on your way to that long-awaited red carpet finish.

The terrain is a mixture of tarmac roads and hard track paths on a single loop course. This undulating course is a challenge for all levels of runner.

What to expect from Holkham 10K:

  • Inclusive and friendly atmosphere
  • A challenging, yet rewarding course
  • Every finish celebrated with a bespoke high-quality medal
  • UKA Certified and measured course
  • Award-winning event organisation
  • Electronic timing
  • Red carpet finish

Get ready to take on the 10k challenge at Holkham Hall in 2019. Enter now to avoid the disappointment of missing out on being a part of this sell-out event!

Don’t take our word for it; our athletes are always quick to give us feedback:

‘This was the most challenging race I’ve done because of the heat and hills, but I was determined not to walk, and I didn’t! It was a massive achievement for me! The organisers really looked after us and had 3 separate water stations for us. There was loads of water available afterwards too. I loved finishing on the red carpet! The finishers medal is great…I'll be back next year!’

J. Red, 2018


UKA Certified Event: 2019-36964


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