Alder Hey 10K 2019
The Alder Hey 10K will be back for 2019 and details will soon be released. So, don’t forget to check in regularly.
If you love to run or are looking to challenge yourself, sign up to the Alder Hey 10K charity run. Organised by Liverpool's Alder Hey Children's hospital, the Alder Hey 10K is a big part of Liverpool's running calendar. The money raised will help make this renowned children's hospital the most patient-friendly hospital for the 275,000 patients and families that are cared for at the facility each year.
What does Alder Hey 10k entry include?
- All finishers will receive a commemorative medal, goody bag and t-shirt
- Athlete Village activity
- Water supplied at the start, middle and end of the race
- Massages available on the day, delivered by Therapy First Physiotherapy
- Official photographer and videographer (be sure to smile as you cross the finish line!)
- Onsite parking
- Official chip timing
There is a time limit of 2 hours for this 10k. After this time all marshals and operational staff will be taken off the course and the roads reopened. Anyone still out on the course will be asked to go onto the pavement and will do so at their own risk. To register your interest please email [email protected].
Run to raise money for Alder Hey Children’s Charity
Whether you have a personal reason for running or wish to take part to smash your PB, while raising money for a good cause, the Alder Hey 10K is one of the most popular 10K races in the city. You can run on your own, with your friends, partner or your children, so you can enjoy this race however you like. There is also a 3K family fun run too, where you can introduce your kids to the joy of running.
The money you raise will help to make a real difference to children and families every day. From life-saving medical equipment to creating patient-friendly spaces and investing in the latest vital research, your fundraising can help to change lives.
Alder Hey 10K route 2019
We plan on hosting the Alder Hey 10K in Croxteth Hall & Country Park, in Liverpool. Please note this is currently subject to change. Croxteth Hall & Country Park is a beautiful country estate that once belonged to the Molyneux family, also known as the Earls of Sefton. We aim to use the same route as last year, that will start and end at the magnificent Croxteth Hall. The route boasts of long flat straights, mature woodland and open grassy area punctured with historic landmarks. To view the Alder Hey 10K 2019 route click here.
How do I sign up for the Alder Hey 10K?
If you wish to sign up for the Alder Hey 10K click on the ‘register now’ button at the top of the page or click here.
Where can I find the map of the route?
The map of the 2019 Alder Hey 10K route can be found here. While the route is subject to change we plan on using the same route and location in 2019 as we did in 2018. The event will take place in Croxteth Hall & Country Park, which is to the east of the city centre.
How is my time being tracked?
Your running time will be monitored and recorded by an official chip. Your time will only be recorded once you pass the start line and will stop once you cross the finish line. For an accurate time, you must wear your chip throughout the duration of the race.
How many belongings can I leave in the baggage check?
We offer all our runners a secure bag drop area. While we always endeavour to ensure your possessions will be as safe as possible bags are left at owner's risk.
Do you have any training tips?
Whether you’re a seasoned runner or this is your first 10k we have some great advice and top tips in our running hub. Click here to find out more.
Sign up to the Alder Hey 10K today and help make a difference to the lives of children and their families.