2018 will be the 16th running of the Timberhonger 10k, so called as most of the route is on Timberhonger Lane. It has traditionally been part of Bromsgrove Carnival weekend with all profits donated to charity. This year we will be raising money for local charities the Primrose Hospice, Hereford and Worcester Scouts, Libby Mae's Little Angels and the Midlands air Ambulance.
Over the years the race has become famous for it's friendly Carnival atmosphere, great crowds at the finish, and a picturesque course with a now infamous hill.
The Timberhonger 10k is run under UK Athletics rules.
Date and Time
The 2018 race will be on Saturday 14th July, Bromsgrove Carnival Saturday starting at 6pm
All finishers receive a bespoke Carnival medal and a bottle of beer. There are prizes and trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd men and women. There are also trophies to the winners in 6 age categories (M40, M50, M60, F35, F45, F55).
There is also a course record prize pot which will go up to £200 in 2018.
Entry fee is £16 for UK Athletics Club affiliated runners, £18 all other runners
All entrants must be 15 or over on race day.
Tempo Events will be joining us to oversee the chip timing to ensure you get an accurate time for your run.
These are available to purchase with your race entry or for free if you are able to raise £50 sponsorship for one of our race charities.
In 2018 all profits from the race will be donated to local charities the Primrose Hospice, Hereford and Worcester Scouts, Libby Mae's Little Angels and the Midlands Air Ambulance. Last year we raised over £6,000 so please help us do even better by asking friends and relatives to sponsor your run.
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We have traditionally provided 1 water station on the course which runners pass twice with drinks also available at the finish.
Runners should leave their bags in their car as there is no secure baggage area. St John Ambulance will be in attendance. Toilets are also in the park. There is changing but no showers.
Our team of physios will be in attendance after the race to help ease those achey muscles
Directions and Parking
For directions please click here.
Previous years' results are available by clicking here
Read what other runners think of the race by clicking here.
Items not permitted
Personal music players, dogs on leads, pushchairs, bicycles and any device or costume that may impede other runners are not permitted during the race. Organisers reserve the right to disqualify any runners breaching this rule. Runners must be able to hear marshals instructions at all time. In addition some parts of the course are narrow and runners need to be able to hear the calls of faster runners wishing to pass.
Runners enter at their own risk and the organisers will not be responsible for any loss or injury that may occur.
If you have any further questions, please phone Mark Graham on 07881224699 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org