Greenham Trust – Design Our Medals competition!
Greenham Trust would like YOU to design our race medals for #StepUp4Good2019
Download the design brief and appropriate template for your age (round medal for primary aged school children and oblong medal for secondary aged school children.
Submit your entry and details by email or post to Greenham Trust by 21st June.
Announcement of the two winners, will be made 1st July and will receive free entry into #StepUp4Good and a photo opportunity on the day with their winning designs.
If you didn’t win, ensure your entry into Newbury’s fun, fantastic community running event – www.stepup4good.co.uk.
Race Day Schedule – Plenty of time to run with family and friends in the mini races, before the big 10K event.
Family Mini Mile – Warm Up 9.20am – Race Start 9.30am
Para Mini-Mile – Race Start 09:31
3K Race – Warm Up 10:10am – Race Start 10:20am
10K Race – Warm Up 11:00am – Race Start 11:10am
Adults running for free in the mini races, will not receive a race t-shirt, results or medal. If you have entered the 10K or prefer just to run and support your child you do not need to enter
Please see below Frequently Asked Questions and if you would like to volunteer, please register on the volunteer link.
The route is marked in kilometres, with a water station at the half way point. The route is flat and should be quick. Try our interactive map on the right and take a closer look at the route.
Map Buttons – Top Left for K marks, Top Right for full screen.
The 3K and Mini Mile/Para-Mini Mile routes are within the race course complex and run on tarmac roads and hard packed paths. They start and finish in the same location as the 10K, in front of the stands making it ideal for spectating.
Newbury Racecourse offers a fantastic view from the stands, where spectators, friends and family waiting for runners to finish their race, will have a bird’s eye view of the finish line.
The race village is just a short walk from the car park 4.
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Greenham Trust supporting local community projects through the Good Exchange.
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