In short: Lovely but tough In full: Beautiful countryside, great organisation and all over a lovely little race. The hill at 6.5km is really tough if you're carrying a bit of extra weight but are determined not to stop running. Date of review: May 12, 2013
In short: A picturesque and friendly 10k where all of the village are out cheering you on. In full: Nice undulating course with a steep hill at 6.5k which bites. Still managed my best ever 10k time just not sub 50mins. Next year. Date of review: May 12, 2013
In short: Lovely rural event. Well organised. In full: My second go at this, as great as last year.Knocked over a minute off my finishing time.Notorious hill still takes it out of you!I entered online via RW, a little pre-race info may have been nice, either by e-mail or their facebook page, especially for first timers.Overall excellent,a big thank you for everybody involved. Date of review: April 23, 2012
In short: Friendly, challenging low-key 10K In full: A very friendly, low key race in beautiful rural Kent. Great crowd support was unexpected and much appreciated, especially after a real "killer" hill at 6/7K.
A great course if you like a challenge and the relatively small field meant easy parking, no queues for the toilets and plenty of delicious cakes at the finish!
At the very opposite end of the racing scale from the London Marathon and none the worse for that. Date of review: April 22, 2012
In short: Undulating 10k with a killer hill In full: Second year running this little 10k, small, friendly and well organised with the added bonus of a medal for finishers this year. Course hasn't changed nor has the killer hill between 6k and 7km but still fun. Will be back next year. Date of review: April 22, 2012