Evesham 10k photographer-extraordinnaire, Charmaine Mitchell, has been a dedicated supporter of our event, taking pictures of happy (and not so happy) runners. What you might not know is that she’s also a dedicated runner; a very dedicated runner.
Charmaine has now completed over 1,000 consecutive days of running! Every single day, come rain, shine, sleet or snow, she has headed out to run at least a couple of miles.
Our challenge to you is to try that for just the next seven days. Starting on Monday 20th, finishing on Sunday 26th July, we want you to run at least 1km each day.
Please only do this if you are fit enough, and don’t have any niggling injuries.
Keep us updated with how you’re getting on by sharing your photos and runs on Strava and in our Facebook group.
What times we live in. No Evesham Town 10k Race this year of course, but we thought you might need cheering up.
And what’s 1,000 times better than 10k?
Announcing our 10,000km challenge. We want fans of the race to come together (distantly) to collectively run 10,000km during July.
There are more details on this page.
The popular Evesham Town 10k will take place on Sunday 5th July 2020.
An accurate chip timed route around the streets, parks and riverside paths of historic and beautiful Evesham in Worcestershire. The course has some unsealed sections but is suitable for ordinary running shoes.
After the overwhelming popularity of the fun run in previous years, we are once again pleased to offer a fun run for children aged 14 and under.
We will include a measured mile race around Crown Meadow and Abbey Park for children aged 9 to 14.
Click here for more details and to register.