Kingston and Kempton Park Pretty Muddy 5k 2021
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Kingston and Kempton Park Pretty Muddy 5k
Sunday 22 Aug 2021
£10.00 Children | £19.99 Adults | £19.99 Young Adults
Date: Sunday 22 Aug 2021
Time: from 11:00
Young Adults: £19.99
Under 13 entry: due to the nature of this event, you must be 13 or over to take part
Venue: Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road East, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 5AQ View map
Distance: Pretty Muddy 5k
The Kingston and Kempton Park course is a single lap on tarmac and is flat throughout, beginning inside the racetrack and following the inner path of the racecourse grounds. Small sections of the course travel over the racetrack itself resulting in slightly uneven ground around this area. There are lots of fun and muddy obstacles along the way to get you ‘pretty muddy’.
The meeting point is in the centre of the racecourse, please follow signs and take direction from stewards on arrival.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we will be operating a staggered start time in 2021 to ensure your safety on event day. Additional start times may become available as or when needed.
The nearest train station is Kempton Park Railway Station which exits into the car park within the racecourse grounds.
Kempton Park is partially accessible to wheelchair users. There is level access to platform 2 (for trains to Shepperton). Passengers for Kingston and London Waterloo are advised to use Hampton station which is 2.4 miles from the racecourse.
There is plenty of free parking available.
Unfortunately, this event has been classified as unsuitable for wheelchair users due to the nature of the event and the obstacles on the course. People with visual impairments are welcome to take part with a guide.
Please note, whilst we hope we can open our events to families and friends supporting on the day, this may not be possible due to government guidelines around COVID-19. Please refer to the section ‘ how we are keeping you safe’ https://raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org/your-safety for further updates.