Date: Sat 23rd March 2024. 9:00am

Venue: Hamfields Leisure Centre (Berkeley Power Station), Gloucestershire, GL13 9PA 

We are offering a Half Marathon option as well as the usual 20 miles again in 2024.
Both Courses: Flat country lanes

No free t-shirt this year - we reduced the entry fee and offered the option to buy a t-shirt at entry if anyone wanted one.

T-shirt orders and buying postage and packing for t-shirts ordered at point of entry - click here

2024 Results
20 Mile Individual Results 20 Mile Prize Winners 20 Mile Team Results
20 Mile Age Graded percentage Results
Half Mara Individual Results   Half Mara Prize Winners Half Mara Team Results
Half Mara Age Graded percentage Results

2024 Photos from Tosh - free to download (all part of your entry fee)

Permit/License - we will have a UKA/WA license - so times will appear on PoT and Run Britain. 

Chip Timing - live results available at the event and on-line when everyone has finished. 

Entry limit: 600.  Both routes are the same price and finish in the same place.

The ability to transfer your entry to another will close on Wednesday 20th March (midday) - so that we can organise the data for the results system.  Your number is also colour coded for the distance you are running.

Entry fee: (reduced due to no free t-shirt) Both distances: £20 affiliated,  £22 unaffiliated (plus £6 for t-shirt if you wish one)
Enter at Fabian4 here. You can transfer from one distance to another free of charge online (or from one person to another) - go to Fabian4 and then 'amend entry/class' . The transfer window closes Wednesday 20th March midday.  

Easy access from the A38 and M5. Huge free car park. Ample toilets outside (and on the course). 6 drink stations on 20 mile course (3 on Half Marathon course). 

There will be the usual medal, cakes and hot drinks (t-shirt avilable to pre-order and pick up on the day). 

General information

You choose. 20 miles or Half Marathon (13.1 miles).

As well as giving you the opportunity to go for a PB on a fast flat 20 mile course, this event may be useful to many who are planning on competing in a spring marathon - it will give you a good indication of how well your training is going and what time you are likely to achieve on the big day. 

This will be our 7th year and we are keeping the entry limit to 600 - car park space dictates this.

The 20 mile option is a two-lap flat course in lovely countryside close to the river Severn. See map below.
The Half Marathon takes in one lap of pretty much the same course.
There is a cut-off time for the 20 mile route of 4 hours. Anyone not making the start of the 2nd lap after 2 hours will be asked to head back to race HQ. 

Access to the event HQ is on quiet roads and is only 6 miles from junction 14 of the M5. There is ample (hard standing) parking and the start of both courses are no more than 400m from the event HQ, where we will have ample toilet facilities. There will be no baggage drop this year - come ready to run from your car. . 

On the 20 mile route there will be 6 water stations giving bottled water - three different locations on the route that you pass twice and then a further one at the end. On the Half Marathon route there will be 3 water stations and one at the end. None of the water points offer nutrition so you'll need to equip yourself with any gels etc. you may want on the course.

The 20 mile race has mile markers at every mile (yellow signs) and so does the Half Marathon (red signs). 

Both courses will have been officially measured.

How to find the event HQ

Half Marathon route descriptionThe start is near the roundabout right next to race HQ. We run back into the main car park to do a short loop then back past the start and from here onto Berkeley village. This then leads to the Salutation pub in Ham where it joins the 20 mile route - which follows the loop of a circuit around Bevington Deer Park on very flat and quiet country lanes. There are 3 drinks stations. After the loop you head back but at Ham cut back to the power station without going through Berkeley as you did when you came out. The finish is just outside race HQ. Water, cakes, medals,  (purchased t-shirt) and hot drinks will be available outside. 

20 Mile route description.The start is around 200m from the race HQ. We queue on the road and then head off towards Ham without going through Berkeley itself. Then follows two loops of a circuit around Bevington Deer Park on very flat and quiet country lanes. There are 3 drinks stations which you visit twice - so 6 opportunities to take water on the course. After the two loops you head back via Ham, the way you came out and finish just outside race HQ. Water, (purchased t-shirt), cakes, medals and hot drinks will be available outside.