Raby Races 10K
The 17th Annual Raby Races will take place on Sunday 12th May hosted once again by Teesdale AC within the spectacular scenery offered up by Raby Castle and its surrounding 200-acre estate. The 10k is a two-lap course mainly on tarmac through the beautiful estate grounds with a good trail section through woodland finishing just past the Castle. There is a bespoke medal for all finishers and chip timing for the 5k and 10K races. There is a programme of 4 four races (see each race page for entry) which offer challenges suitable to all. Scheduled to take place first are the 1.2k at 10:00 for the 8 year old and under, the 3k at 10:15 for those aged 11 and under, the 5k at 10:35 for those aged 11 and over and finally at 11:15 the highly regarded 10k for competitors aged 16 and over. Interactive maps of the routes and online entries are now open via the Teesdale AC website
- 10 Kilometres
- Entry limit:
- Remaining places:
- Race licence:
- Not suitable for wheelchairs
- Water stations
- Distance markers
- No changing facilities
- No showers
- No baggage store
- Race HQ:
- Raby Castle, Staindrop County Durham DL2 3AH
Race Numbers are to be collected on the day from the Race HQ, please allow plenty time prior to the race to collect. Prizegiving for the 10K and 5K races will take place at approximately 13.00 hours. Race entry allows free entry to Raby Castle grounds for both entrants and supporters (entry must be prior to 11am). Raby is a wonderful setting to enjoy after the race with family & friends, previously many have enjoyed a picnic in the park. There is a Tearoom and gift shop which will be open from 10am to 4pm.
Entry on the day will be subject to places still being available therefore online entry is recommended.
The prices below include race fees, card charges and admin; there are no hidden extras.
Assuming this event does not sell out, entry on the day will be available for an additional £2.00.
ENTER NOW to guarantee your place.
Look who just entered:
- Beverley Phillippo, Aycliife Running Club
- Michael King, Quakers Running Club
- Clare Metcalfe
- Amy Jackson
- Tony Hindmarch, Evenwood Road Runners