The 7th annual Calke Abbey 10K.
With the stunning back drop of Calke Abbey, 'the unstately stately home', the Calke Abbey 10K, starts & finishes within the grounds of this beautiful National Trust property.
A fully measured 10K, chip timed road race, will take you, the runner from
within the stunning Calke grounds, out onto the surrounding
undulating roads, before returning into the tree-lined mile long
private driveway and into the finish.
Calke Abbey, Ticknall, Derbyshire, DE73 7JF [ Location Map ]
Calke Abbey is a Grade I listed country house near Ticknall, Derbyshire.
The site was an Augustinian priory from the 12th century until its dissolution by Henry VIII.
With peeling paintwork and overgrown courtyards, Calke Abbey tells the story of the dramatic decline of a country house estate. The house and stables are little restored, with many abandoned areas vividly portraying a period in the 20th century when numerous country houses did not survive to tell their story.
The start is a 5 minute walk from race HQ.
Entries are closed - the event is full.
Numbers to be collected on the day.
Advance entries includes parking and family ticket into the Calke Abbey Park & Stables.
Final race information will be emailed out & available online upto 2 weeks prior to the race.
Numbers, timing chips & pre-ordered t-shirts to be collected on the day.
A fully measured, chip timed 10K open road race.
Unfortunately there will be no fun run this year.
First aid at the finish with a mobile paramedic unit out on course.
Male & female overall
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1st Vet M&F
Course record (M&F)
2013 - 00:33:04 (Tomas Matijosius)
2014 - 00:38:58 (Nicki Nealon)
Every finisher will receive a goody bag and a totally unique custom made medal.
Bottles of water on course and at the finish.
Calke Abbey's very own catering 'truck' will be onsite to dish out hot & cold snacks, and the Calke restaurant will also be open for those who'd like to kick back and relax after their 10K triumph.
Portaloo's will be onsite near race HQ.
ARC Race permit : Applied for.
With kind support of The National Trust Calke Abbey.