How to get here:Haydock Racecourse
On Sunday 3rd October 2021, The Alder Hey Children’s Charity 10k at Haydock Park Racecourse will see participants take in a location with fantastic history and a completely enclosed facility. The course, which is set in an area of parkland has been a historic home for horseracing as far back as the early 19th Century – with the current racecourse opened in 1899.
Alder Hey Children’s Charity raises essential funds to ensure Alder Hey Children’s Hospital can provide world-class, patient-friendly treatment for the 330,000 patients and families they care for every year. The Running Bee Foundation will be partnering with the trust to run a 10k running event at the Haydock Park Racecourse on 15th August 2021, with all profits going to assist the hospital.
Standard Entry (inc chip timing)
Club Runner Entry (inc chip timing)
Why should I enter the Alder Hey Children’s Charity 10k at Haydock Park Racecourse in 2021?
- All of the profits from the Alder Hey Children’s Charity 10k at Haydock Park Racecourse will be donated to assist the hospital
- All finishers receive a commemorative Alder Hey Children’s Charity 10k at Haydock Park Racecourse finishers medal
- Alder Hey Children’s Charity 10k at Haydock Park Racecourse technical running t-shirt
- Official chip timing
- Marshalled running route
- Route markers every 1km
- Onsite car parking
- Fantastic history of the venue
- An enclosed facility
This year, The Running Bee Foundation continues the “MyFirst™” initiative and is encouraging people to complete their first mile with the Foundation. Join the “MyFirst™” Mile and enjoy being part of the race day atmosphere! All Mile runners will receive a medal! We look forward to seeing lots of runners taking part…
The Fun Run is a bit of fun, open to all ages and ability levels. This is not timed and all that finish the sort distance will get a special medal at the end!