The First 10k To Run Through The High Street – #RunWeybridge Sunday 5th March 2017

1,000 runners will be participating in the Weybridge 10K, organised by Weybridge Sports and hosted by the Weybridge Health Club & Spa. The event promises to be a great day of sporting success and community spirit!

We have a fantastic 10k route organised that takes you by the river, into the heart of Weybridge High Street, past the Monument and along the boutique shops of Baker Street. 

Our Race Village is where we are welcoming the community to come down and try out some local delicacies from our selection of market stalls and also support the runners as they cross the finish line.

Weybridge Run 10k - The First 10k To Run Through The High Street #RunWeybridge On Sunday 5th March

Volunteers Needed – Can You Help?
We are looking for help volunteering on the day and would love some of fellow local businesses and residents to help us out and produce a fantastic first year event.

We would be looking for help along Weybridge High Street, Walton Lane and Thames Street, marshalling runners at key points. 

If you are interested please call Tom Eastwood on 07786 911 036 or send an email to 

Route Map For the Weybridge 10K Run
Enjoy a running route that starts and finishes at the Weybridge Health Club & Spa and takes you past the river, by Walton Bridge and down Baker Street. How many runners will stop off at the 2 pubs (The Old Crown and Minnow) which are besides the River Thames towards the end of the run?!!

Weybridge Sports 10K Run Route Map

Parts of the route are closed to traffic, but for other sections such as Walton Bridge area and Oatlands Drive, the roads remain open. Motorists and runners are both are urged to take care in these areas. For example where cars enter or exit driveways and side roads which are on the route.

The event starts and ends at  the Race Village at
Weybridge Health Club & Spa
Walton Lane
Surrey KT13 8QA

Take in the race day atmosphere in the village from 8am until 4pm, with Weybridge based Brooklands Radio providing commentary, interviews and music for runners, family members and non participants. We have a selection of stalls already coming down to the event and are working on many more. There will be food stalls, from healthy snacks to burgers and pints, craft stalls and great entertainment for all the youngsters that will be around the village.

Stalls confirmed:

  • Woking & Sam Beare Hospice
  • Anna Marina Photography
  • Weybridge Sports
  • Weybridge Health Club & Spa
  • Big Red Bus Bar
  • Weybridge & Walton Physiotherapy
  • Giggly Pig Hog Roast
  • Ding Dong Desserts
  • Brooklands Radio
  • Pinch of This

There is no parking at the race village. There are fields nearby which competitors should have pre-booked to use. For full details see the website for the event.

In order for event organisers to create a safe Weybridge 10k run, they have arranged to to close some roads on Race Day – Sunday 5th March 2017.

The organisers apologise for any inconvenience this causes. The run route and road closure locations and timings are below have been taken from the event website:

If you have any concerns please contact the event organisers, as they will be able to manage very urgent access, such as care visits and appointments that you may have to attend. They are available to work with you where possible.

The roads that are closed on race day:
Walton Lane
Baker Street
High Street
Thames Street

The roads that will be affected on race day between 7.30am-12pm:
Monument Road, Grotto Road, Jesamy Road, Old Palace Road, Beales Lane, Hillcrest, Dorney Grove, Clinton Close, Greenside Road, West Palace Gardens, Greenlands Road, Marlborough Drive, Leigh Close, Finnart Close, Mulberry Close, Castle View, Layton Court, Manor Court, Arlington Lodge, Palace Drive, Dovecote Close, Lincoln Grove, Montrose Walk, Parkside Court, Springfield Meadows, James Mews, Albany Court, Hillcrest Crescent, Ship Yard, Meadow Leigh Close

Timings for road closures and re-opening on the day:
Road closures will be implemented from 7:30am Sunday morning.
Estimated re-opening times will be from 11:30am with Baker Street and the High Street being the first with Thames and Walton Lane to follow shortly after. They aim to have all roads open to the public by 12pm.


We are proud to say our partner charity for the Asics 10K Run is the fantastic Woking and Sam Beare Hospices, who provide a great service to the Weybridge community and North West Surrey.Woking & Sam Beare Hospices are independent charities dedicated to providing specialised end of life care and support to local people, their families, friends and carers.

Woking & Sam Beare strive for excellence in all they do. Their commitment to continual learning and development in the field of palliative care underpins the high quality of care and expertise for which they have a valued reputation.

You can select the Charity option on entry to run for this great cause and they will be in touch to support your fundraising. We are also proudly supporting Compassion UK and Shooting Star Chase, if you would like to find out more on how you can run for them please contact us.

Partner charity for the Asics 10K Run is the fantastic Woking and Sam Beare Hospices

Photo: Tom Eastwood in centre (Weybridge Sports Shop Manager), Charlie Cartmel (Assistant Manager) & Daniela Pulido-Lopera (Woking & Sam Beare Hospices Events Fundraiser).

Contact Info For Asics Weybridge Sports 10K Run

Please mention the All About Weybridge website when you contact The Event Directors Matt Trevitt & Tom Eastwood by email or via their website.

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