Hatchlands Park Run

A scenic run in a parkland setting

Running (UKA) Running (UKA)
Date 10 Sep 2017 09:00
Length 5km - 10km - 15km
HQ Hatchlands Historic Park East Clandon GU4 7RT map
Start date has passed
10k - 2 laps
15k - 3 laps

A beautiful parkland setting in National Trust property, adjacent to the historic Hatchlands House. The whole course is off road along farm tracks and through parkland. 15k,10k and 5k options.

The whole course is within the grounds of historic Hatchlands Park, a National Trust property at East Clandon, near Guildford, Surrey. It is hoped entrants will use the event to raise funds for charity, either their own, or for Guildford Lions Club. There is plenty of car parking on site.

Starting at 09:00. There will be electronic timing  by EMIT, online entry.

The National Trust are also offering runners and spectators the chance to visit the grounds and beautiful gardens at no charge.

Event details and schedule

All races will start at 09.00am, runners on the short course completing a single lap, 10k runners doing two laps and 15k runners doing three laps.. The course is made up of farm style tracks, parkland and some short lengths of tarmac. There is no running on the public highway.

There is plenty of parking on site, but arrive in good time to register, look round, warm up and get ready to race.

This event raises funds for Guildford Lions helping people in the Guildford area.

Hatchlands Park was built in the 1750s for Admiral Edward Boscawen and his wife Fanny. They gave architect, Robert Adam, one of his first interior design commissions. His work can be seen throughout the house, particularly in ceilings and fireplaces.

Today the mansion is a family home, containing tenant Alec Cobbe’s collection of paintings and fine furniture. Also on display is the Cobbe Collection, Europe’s largest collection of keyboard instruments associated with famous composers including JC Bach, Chopin, Elgar and Bizet. The house also contains Mahler's personal piano.

With over 400 acres of parkland, partly landscaped by Humphry Repton, we're one of the largest country estates surrounding Greater London. You can follow five way-marked walks, see a parterre garden designed by Gertrude Jekyll, enjoy the tranquillity of the National Garden Scheme’s quiet garden, or bring the family to experience our natural adventure area for children.