HATCH WARREN RUNNERs PRESENT

Farleigh Wallop
Trail Race

Beautiful 10K route through glorious countryside, a stone's throw from Basingstoke in Hampshire

one for the diary

September 29th 2019 - 09:30

This is Hatch Warren Runners’ fourth event, which will take place on the glorious countryside trails and in woodland in and around the picturesque villages of Farleigh Wallop, Cliddesden and Ellisfield, a stones-throw from Basingstoke in Hampshire.

It’s a challenging course, with a mix of undulating terrain including an old railway line, open fields (with some kissing-gates!) and beautiful woodland. There are some very short sections of road.

We are very fortunate to have kindly been granted permission by The Portsmouth Estates to use their beautiful, listed ‘Home Farm Barn’ as race HQ. A warm welcome awaits you, with parking a short walk from the start.

Stunning finishers medal

A race famous for its' gorgeous momentos, crafted by our team of experts

Beautiful course

Glorious trail through the villages of Ellisfield, Cliddesden and of course Farleigh Wallop on the outskirts of Basingstoke

Prizes available

NEW FOR 2019
King and Queen of the Hill
£50 Cash Prize

CONTINUING TO SUPPORT LOCAL CHARITIES

Helping local causes

Just like in previous years, we are pleased to support local charities with proceeds from the race donated to two worthy causes. This year we are proud to support:

The Stacey and Lucy Foundation 

The Basingstoke Foodbank

SUPPORTED BY LOCAL BUSINESSES

Our wonderful sponsors

Once again, we are very grateful to all of our supporters and sponsors. This year’s sponsors include Sainsbury’s Kempshott, Up & Running Basingstoke, Barons Estate Agents and Michael Usher Mortgage Services. Thank you all for your continued support!

LOCATION DETAILS

Race Day HQ

Home Farm Barn
The Avenue
Basingstoke
RG25 2HX

Things to note

  • Limited car parking available
  • Please car share where possible!
  • No dogs to accompany runners
  • Race numbers issued on race day
"Brilliant atmosphere, fantastic organisation and fab marshals whose support and encouragement were not dampened down by the weather. Thank you!"
Emma Clarke
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