Bramham Pavilion will host it's 4th 10k and new 5k run in Bramham on the 14th July 2019. There will be bacon butty's, tea, coffee and cakes available and a children's fun run and lovely children playground on the field too. Great day out for the runners and their families.
RUN COMMENCES at 10am on The Playing Fields on FREELY LANE, BRAMHAM, LS23 6RR
All details and entry for the run are available on
Multi terrain course of approximately 5km and 10k, starting and finishing on Bramham's playing field. Most of the route is off road on tracks and bridleways in pleasant countryside. The 5km route is almost a flat course with small gradients along the route. The 10km is undulating course with the last section climbing steadily up a farm track to the top of Windmill Hill before descending through the lovely village of Bramham then up Almshouse Hill, fondly known as the Bramham Beast (steep but short) to the playing field.
The 5km takes in the first 2 miles of this route before returning across the fields from Headley back to Bramham
There will also be a fun run for children
Entries on the day accepted unless we reach the 250 limit
Medals for all finishers and prizes for Male and Female winners and some age group categories too.
Refreshments will be available in Bramham Pavilion. The Pavilion also has toilets, changing and showering facilities.
Parking will be on a designated section of the field and additional parking a little walk away once the filed parking is full. Bramham people please walk to the field and those travelling from outside the village please do not park on the lane next to the field (Freely Lane). Please car share where possible to reduce numbers of cars as parking is limited..
Registration will be open 8.45 to 9.45.
Proceeds go to maintaining Bramham Pavilion as a village facility. The event is organised by Run Bramham Committee on behalf of the parish council.
If you are interested in volunteering to help with this event as a marshall, or by making some refreshments please e mail the clerk to the council