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Falkirk 10k 2022

Race for Life

Falkirk 10k
Sunday 26 Jun 2022

£14.99 Young Adults | £10.00 Children | £14.99 Adults

10k is a great step up from our 5k events, that's still achievable for everyone. Join a Race for Life 10k event and help raise valuable funds for cancer-beating research.

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Key Information

Date: Sunday 26 Jun 2022

Time: 09:30

Young Adults: £14.99
Children: £10.00
Adults: £14.99
Under 6 entry (Girls and boys): free and no registration needed

Venue: Callendar Park, Callendar Road, Falkirk, FK1 1YR View map

Distance: 10k

Course information

The 10k route is a single lap of the scenic grounds surrounding Callendar House and the neighbouring Callendar Woods. The route is predominantly on grass and woodland trails, including a number of hills.

Please bring a reusable water bottle with you if you require water during the event, as there will only be water available at the finish.

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic the safety of our participants, volunteers and staff is of paramount importance so for 2021 we are unable to:

Have spectators attend the event with you

Offer catering facilities onsite

Offer on the day entries

Please arrive 15 to 20minis before your start time so that you are prepared and ready to go on time

Meeting point

The start and finish lines are situated on the grass in front of Callendar House.

If using what3words, enter ///engine.reform.edits in the free app, to find the exact starting point.

There are a number of buses that service Callendar Park which are within a short walk from the start line. Visit travelinescotland.com for help with planning your journey.

There is a small car park on Estate Avenue but numbers are limited. Please note, no event traffic will be allowed into Seaton Place as this car park is strictly for residents only.

Dogs allowed
Suitable for pushchairs
Not wheelchair accessible
No bag drop
No showers

This event is not wheelchair accessible due to the majority of the route utilising uneven woodland trails and grass that can become very muddy.