Liverpool Aintree Racecourse

  1. Race details for the Race for Life Liverpool (Aintree) 5k (am) 2014 event.
    Distance (Kilometres)TimeEntry details
    5kSun 22 Jun 2014
    11:00
    Event Closed
  2. Race details for the Race for Life Liverpool (Aintree) 10k 2014 event.
    Distance (Kilometres)TimeEntry details
    10kSun 22 Jun 2014
    11:00
    Event Closed
  3. Race details for the Race for Life Liverpool (Aintree) 5k (pm) 2014 event.
    Distance (Kilometres)TimeEntry details
    5kSun 22 Jun 2014
    14:30
    Event Closed
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Venue details

Location

Aintree Racecourse,
Ormskirk Road, Aintree,
Liverpool,
Merseyside,
L9 5AS

Facilities

  • Catering: there will be refreshments at the start/finish area
  • Toilets: there are toilets at the start/finish area
  • Stalls and family fun: there are stalls and activities at this venue
  • Parking is available at this venue.
  • This venue is suitable for pushchairs.
  • This venue is suitable for wheelchair users with assistance.

This venue is suitable for wheelchair users with assistance.

2015 early bird vouchers

You can now purchase your 2015 voucher for £10 - a third off the normal adult entry fee. Buy your early bird voucher now.

Take part

Show cancer who’s boss by taking on a 5k or a 10k Race for Life event. Run, walk or dance your way through the course and help us say "cancer we're coming to get you."

Adult entry (16+ women-only) - £14.99
Child entry (6-15 girls and boys under 13) - £10
Under 6 entry (boys and girls) - free and no registration needed

You and your friends can also take part by volunteering. Our events can't take place without the hundreds of people who give up their time for a few hours to set up the courses and get everyone in the Race for Life mood. Find out more and register to be a volunteer.

The course 

The course is set in the stunning home of the Grand National. The terrain is flat with a mixture of grass, internal road and path. The 10k route crosses Melling road and passes the famous Beechers Brook and Canal Turn. The event has a fantastic atmosphere, you couldn’t ask for better. 

Meeting point

The meeting point is in the middle of the race course and you will have to walk through the famous stands to get there.

On the day

This a great family day out so why not bring your friends and family along to support you and enjoy the atmosphere. Don’t forget to bring some change as there will a food, and other activities including face painting for the children.

Make sure you look out for the Aqua Pura team and their Race for Life photobooth where you can take a memorable photo from the day.

Map and directions

Public transport

To prevent congestion, we strongly recommend you use public transport or car share to your Race for Life event.

Please plan your route before your event to ensure you arrive on time. For help planning your route, visit or call:

Parking and travel information

Please arrive at least an hour before the start of your Race for Life event to avoid queuing.

There is parking onsite and the railway station is a two minute walk from the venue

Trains: The easiest way to reach Aintree is by train. The nearest mainline station to Aintree is Liverpool Lime Street. Liverpool Central Station is just a short walk from Lime Street, where you can catch a train to Aintree. Aintree Station is directly opposite the racecourse.

Buses: Aintree can be reached by bus on services: 300, 311, 345, 350 and 351 both to and from Liverpool. From Bootle New Strand take route 61A. For further information on bus routes, contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 or visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk

Driving: From South Leave M6 at J21A and join M62 west. Leave M62 at J6 to join M57, follow signs for races. From North Leave M6 at J26 and join M58, follow signs for Aintree Race Course.
From Mersey Tunnels Follow signs for Preston, then for A59, then signs for Aintree Race Course.

Parking: There is parking onsite. The entrance is from Ormskirk Road, once you get onsite you will be directed by Stewards.

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