Standish Hall Trail Race

Running the Standish Hall trail race is a fantastic experience and a great way to try something new whilst raising money for charity. The Standish Hall Trail Race takes place in Wigan, Greater Manchester and is perfect for anyone that wants to run a 10K with a difference or wants a Standish 10K route that is a little more rural than other, city-based ones. When running the Standish Hall trail race expect hills and mud, meaning it’s a great opportunity to experience something new for a regular runner as well as a great charity challenge for first timers. If you would like to take on the Standish Hall Trail Race and raise money for charity at the same time, we would love for you to consider Alder Hey Children’s Charity. If you’ve previously ran road 10k races then this is the perfect opportunity to take on a new challenge and try something a little different. Enjoy the breath-taking countryside and put your fitness to the test with the Standish Hall Trail Race. To register your interest and enter this fantastic event, click here!

Raising money for Alder Hey

Running a race for charity is the perfect way to raise money for Alder Hey whilst improving your fitness at the same time. Here on  our website, you can discover a whole host of information about how to raise money for us by entering a running race. The website also gives you a wide range of information about how to set up a JustGiving page so that your fundraising efforts can be transferred directly through to Alder Hey. Once you have entered your race, you can begin sharing the news about your fundraising adventure, asking friends and family for donations and not forgetting about using your social media channels! Alder Hey Children’s Charity relies on donations for fundraising events, to continue doing the fantastic work that we do and improving the lives of children all around the UK. If you would like to improve your fitness and also make a huge difference to our fantastic charity, then enter the Standish 10K for charity, today!

Training for a 10K

As far as 10K races go, the Standish Hall Trail Race is a little different. Whilst it still covers a six-mile distance, the terrain is likely to be muddy underfoot with hills and even rivers, so it’s definitely something that requires a little more training. If this is your first trail race, it’s worth completing a run off-road beforehand, so that you’re used to running on different surfaces other than concrete. Your time will also be a little different – don’t be disheartened if it takes longer than your usual 10k as you will need to look where you’re putting your feet and will likely be running slower on steeper hills. For this type of 10k route, you’ll also benefit from wearing supportive trail running shoes rather than your usual running footwear. It might also be worth packing energy gels or chews for a bit of extra fuel on the way round. Running a trail race is a great experience and as long as you’ve completed sufficient training, there’s no doubt you’ll enjoy the day!

If you have decided to enter the Standish Hall Trail Race in a bid to raise money for Alder Hey, you can find out more information by giving us a call or dropping us an email!

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