The Burnley 10K starts and finishes in Towneley Park, with picturesque paths taking in the beautiful Boating Lake and Italian Gardens

Burnley 10K

 

When: 15 July 2018

Where: Burnley

About: The Asda Foundation Burnley 10K is now in its sixth year and is one of the region's best-loved events, attracting around 2,000 runners each summer. Small in size, but not in spirit, what feels like the whole town turns out to support runners in the fantastic Burnley 10K. 

It starts and finishes in Towneley Park, in the shadow of the majestic Towneley Hall, the jewel in Burnley’s historic crown.

Runners have a flat and fast start and running along the bottom of the Park’s Events Triangle. It then follows a tree-lined causeway out of the park for a long downhill section and levels out to cross Harry Potts Way at Turf Moor, and then on to the fire station before turning left into Thompson Park.

You will then leave Thompson Park taking in further parkland and then down the flat and triumphant return to Towneley Park.

Registration fee: £20
Minimum Sponsorship: £100
 

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By taking on a 10k, you will receive:

  • First-class service from our dedicated events team
  • Our branded running vest, personalised with your name
  • Fundraising support and resources, including email updates and invaluable fundraising advice
  • The knowledge that you will be helping a wide range of children and young people who urgently need someone to be there for them, when they have nowhere left to turn
  • Training advice from fitness experts Running with Us – after you sign up for an event, we will offer you bespoke training advice and guides from our training supporter team
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  • You’ll be doing something amazing, by taking on a challenge and something which you enjoy, whilst also doing something good to improve the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people.