In short: Race well suited for beginners, good atmosphere & for an excellent cause In full: A well organised event, very friendly atmosphere, helped by Radio Frimley Park and the stewards/volunteers. Well suited for beginners. A reasonably quick course, with a few short undulations, mainly going through quiet residential streets. Only 3 toilets at the start, but facilities in the hospital were being used by runners. Plenty of parking.
...and it was all for an excellent cause. Good luck raising the money. Date of review: April 20, 2008
In short: well organised especially parking In full: Free easy parking - more than hospital viistors get! Nice warm up. Always beginners and locals there so not too serious and fast and in aid of a good cause. Local radio passed on news of postponement quickly which was helpful. Date of review: April 20, 2008
In short: Good race In full: Well done to the organisers. I really enjoyed this race again. I found the undulation quite hard - certainly knew i'd run a race by the end. Will do it again next year and would recommend it to anyone. Thank you Frimley Park. Date of review: April 20, 2008
In short: I enjoyed this run which had a few mildly challenging little hills throughout the first half of the race In full: I thought this was a well organised event with a nice size field of participants. Was hoping to break the 1 hour mark but came in a few seconds slower due to those couple of hills in the first half that slowed me down. I would definitely run this again as enjoyed the residential route and liked the small but friendly event atmosphere. Date of review: April 20, 2008
In short: Enjoyed it - my first 10K In full: It was a good run although I was quite slow and the marshalls were packing up before I got to them so sometimes unsure where to go Date of review: April 20, 2008
In short: Great event. Nice medal and T too. In full: Really enjoyed this. Its an undulating area and the route was well planned to take in a few non excessive ups and downs. Definate PB potential. Date of review: April 20, 2008