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Durham 5k 2022

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Durham 5k
Sunday 3 Jul 2022

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

This is a 5k for everyone. This is thousands of people uniting with one purpose - to raise valuable funds for life-saving research.

Key Information

Date: Sunday 3 Jul 2022

Time: 11:00

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

Venue: St Leonards Sports Fields, County Hall, Durham, DH1 5UL View map

Distance: 5k

Course information

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.

The Durham course starts in St Leonard’s Playing fields before passing by County Hall. The route then loops around Aykley Heads Woods where you will see stunning views of the city. If you’re lucky you may even see some of the resident deer when you pass through the Aykley Woods nature reserve.

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

Meeting point

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.

The start and finish lines are situated on St Leonards Playing fields next to the County Hall car park, stewards and signage will direct you.

If using what3words, enter ///bright.nuns.verge in the free app, to find the exact starting point.

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.

There is parking available at County Hall however we encourage you to car share or take public transport where possible. Durham train station is approximately a 10 minute walk from the start line and there are a number of bus services that stop at County Hall. The Traveline North East website can help you plan your journey.

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

Unfortunately this event is unsuitable for wheelchair users due to steep hills and the course utilising muddy and grass paths.

Supporter / spectator access

Please remember to bring your own water bottle already filled as there will be no bottled water provided at events. ScottishPower water refill stations will be available to use.