Osterley Park Summer 10K



Osterley Park Summer 10K

The Osterley Park Summer 10K is back for its fifth anniversary race in 2018, following the great success of the event each summer since June 2014, and entries are now open.

The Osterley Park Summer and Winter 10K are organised by Ealing Half Marathon CIC, the team behind the award-winning Ealing Half Marathon, in partnership with The National Trust.

Taking place on Saturday 16th June 2018, the Osterley Park Summer 10K is set in the grounds of the beautiful National Trust Osterley Park, one of the largest open spaces in West London. Suitable for all abilities, this is a fast and friendly race perfect for those seeking a 10K PB or those looking for a starting challenge.

The flat route takes in lots of beautiful scenery and includes a loop of the private gardens, and the race is the official recommended race for Alice’s Youth Memorial Fund.

Once described by Horace Walpole as ‘the palace of palaces’, Osterley was created in the late 18th century by architect and designer Robert Adam for the Child family to entertain and impress their friends and clients. The organisers say that this is “a short hop from central London by tube, but a world apart”and that “the course creates a challenging yet interesting mix of trail, road and park.”

The route takes runners down the tree-lined drive, past the grazing Charolais cattle, before heading through the surrounding private gardens, park and farmland in one of the last surviving country estates in London.

Key Facts about the Osterley Park Summer 10K:

Sign up for the Osterley Park Summer 10K

Entry costs £19 for affiliated runners and £21 for non-affiliated runners, and includes chip timing and a finisher’s medal. Runners must be a minimum entry age of 17 of race day.

There are also plenty of volunteer opportunities at the Osterley Park 10K.

Go to www.osterleypark10k.co.uk for more information and to sign up to the Osterley Park Summer 10K.

Osterley Park 10K