9th June 2019 – 10:30am
Online Entry, via EntryCentral, is open now.
It is advisable to book early as this event has sold out the past 3 years.
Transfers: To apply for a 10k transfer of your race number to a friend or family member, please contact us with your name, address and date of birth as well as the name and email address of the new entrant that you wish for your entry to be transferred to. Transfer requests must be sent by the existing entrant. The whole transfer process must be submitted by midnight on the 02/06/2019.
The race will follow the traditional route, starting at the end of Park Street, you head west along Mill Lane, and then north into Quennington. A drop down Fowler’s Hill brings you to the bottom of the largest incline on the route, where you will find the drinks station. At the top, you’ll turn right and head south and down hill along Hatherop Road back into Fairford, then a swift loop through The Croft, on to the High Street before the final stretch back on Park Street to the finish outside Race HQ (The Cricket Club).
Men: 32:00 Chris Ullman, Cirencester AC (2008)
Women: 34:49 Wendy Nicholls, Cirencester AC (2008)
We would like to thank both our sponsors and partners for their support in the upcoming 2019 event.
Star Developments manage quality building projects and developments in the Cirencester and Gloucestershire area and throughout the Cotswolds. We set ourselves the very highest standards of workmanship for projects big and small, and are 100% committed to delivering every project safely, on time and on budget.
This years prizes have kindly been sponsored by D&J Sports in Cirencester.
“The concept of the Lakes is the creation of luxury, contemporary, designer 4, 5 and 6 bedroom lakeside and woodland second homes with leisure facilities in a peaceful secure Estate in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire for families seeking peace of mind, relaxation, concierge and plenty of activities.”
Fairford 10k is part of the Fairford Festival. 2019 will commemorate the 50th Anniversary since man first walked on the moon and will be celebrating 25 Years of the Fairford Festival.