19 Jul 2020
In the second year of Alford’s 10k race, you’ll run through Haughton Park, through the glorious Donside countryside, before finishing in front of family and friends on the track at the Grampian Transport Museum. The number of places have been increased to 400 this year due to the demand in our first year.
Whether you’re looking for a new PB, you’re in it to win it, or you’re looking for a fun run in the country and want a new get fit challenge, our scenic run is suitable for all levels, goals and abilities.
Each kilometer will be marked around the course and we will have friendly marshals cheering you round the whole way.
There’s lots for your supporters to do whilst they wait for your return. They can enjoy the award-winning Grampian Transport Museum.
Each runner will receive a finishers t-shirt and medal. Please note that if you enter after 3rd June you may not be guaranteed your desired size of t-shirt due to lead times on production.
When: 11:00am, Sunday 19th July 2020
Where: Grampian Transport Museum, Alford
Entry Fee: £20 (£18 for SA members). Please note entries must be in advance – no entries on the day.
Minimum age - 16yrs
Places are limited to 400.
- Registration from 9:30am to 10:30am at Grampian Transport Museum
- 10K race starts at 11.00am
- Prize giving will be at 12:30pm
Numbers and Bibs
Numbers will be issued at registration; please ensure you write your emergency contact details on the reverse.
This event will be chip-timed.
10k route details can be seen by clicking 'Show Map' under Event Route. Clear route maps will be posted on the GTM website and at the registration desks.
This will be an accurately measured course run under a SAL permit.
Health and Safety
The Ambulance Service will be on site should you have any medical concerns and our staff and marshals around the course will be able to help you if you need support.
The race is all on tarmac, and is on open public roads. Please note that you enter at your own risk.
All routes are extensively sign posted and well marshalled. Safety is paramount and we expect runners to follow the advice of marshals at all times especially at points where runners are on public roads.
To ensure runner safety on the open roads, as per Scottish Athletics rules the wearing of earphones is not permitted.
There will be parking available at the main village car park, outside the museum. However, we do encourage runners to share transport if possible as there are less spaces than runners.
On-site car park
Chip timing and race results
Clearly marked course (every km will be marked)
Bag drop (baggage left at own risk)
There will be water station and toilets provided at approximately the 5K point.
Refreshments will be available also to purchase before and after the run at the Grampian Transport Museum which has a cafe and gift shop.
Race prizes will be awarded at 12:30pm. Prizes are as follows:
1st male/female - £100
2nd male/female - £50
3rd male/female - £25
No refunds will be given in the event you are unable to take part. You must contact the museum before 7pm on Sunday 5th July if you wish to transfer your place to another runner. In the eventuality of the Grampian Transport Museum cancelling the event due to adverse weather or other unforeseen circumstances, we will offer you a full refund of your registration fee.
Any queries please contact us on 019755 62292 or email@example.com
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*Discounted for members of Scottish Athletics
For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge
Dates and Status
Total Places: 400
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