Beeches 5k road race-details
The Beeches 5k road race. Licence number 2019-38206
Wednesday 21st August 2019 - Race completed
Location: Lord Mayor's Drive, Burnham Beeches, Farnham Common, SL2 3PS.
Please note this post code will direct you as near as necessary to the parking and cafe in the Beeches without losing a wing-mirror on the way. It is not the post code given on the Burnham Beeches information leaflets or website.
The start time is 7pm. Cafe and toilets will be open throughout the race.
The start is by the Beeches cafe at the west end of Lord Mayor's Drive.
Parking is Free.
Enter online Closed
The Beeches 5k road race takes place entirely within Burnham Beeches. It is run on black top road surface and traffic free.
It has been accurately measured to UKA criteria and valid for 'power of 10' rankings.
Running under the canopy of ancient trees is a wonderland not to be missed. In the recent hot weather it has been a blessing.
Assembly, registration, start and finish are adjacent to the Beeches Cafe which will remain open throughout the race. Ample free parking is also very close by.
Please note there is no changing facility but the car parking is adjacent to the assembly and plenty of toilets.
Dogs - Burnham Beeches is a National Nature Reserve. Dogs are permitted in the Beeches but within defined areas only. Check on the notices around the area. The registration is within the 'dog free' area around the Beeches cafe. Please respect this rule.
No dogs with runners.
This is a bargain basement race at only £7 and as low as £5 for UKA affiliated runners.
List of entries here
Online entry is now open for 2019. Entries will close on 19th August. Entry on the day available with £2.00 surcharge.
Postal Entry form. APEX Sports of Farnham Common will accept these forms as entry to the event or collect one from the shop. Pay in cash only.
The Beeches 5k route. It is out and back from the cafe with an anti-clockwise loop round Mcauliffe Drive. See here.
The City of London, Burnham Beeches and APEX SPORTS of Farnham Common have been supportive to this race.