If you enter the race prior to Nov 3rd, your first name will be printed on your race number and this will be posted out to you along with your electronic chip and race information pack.
If you enter the race between Nov 3rd and Nov 10th, your race number will be posted out to you along with your electronic chip and race information pack. (no name will be printed)
If you enter the race after Nov 10th, you will need to pick up your race number, electronic chip and race information pack, on the day from Registration Enquiries. This will be open between 8:30am and 9:45am.
There will be NO on the day entry.
In common with the vast majority of races we do not offer refunds or deferrals.
We appreciate that some runners will get injured in the build up to the race so we allow numbers to be transferred up to and including 29th November 2017. Requests received after this date will not be permitted. (Note: Anyone who runs under someone else’s number will be disqualified and banned from future events) To transfer please get in touch with us using the contact form
The majority of the course is run on tarmac and pavement and so road shoes are recommended. There is however approx 1.5 mile of trail which may require some better grip if the weather takes a turn for the worse. Please use your judgement closer to race day when choosing your footwear.
You must be 18yrs old on race day.
Our Famous Hoka One One Stockport 10 Goody Bag
This year we are also including a finishers medal
Refreshments on the course and at the finish
Our technical t-shirt with its unique design (thanks to ‘Like A River’ design agency)
Chip timing thanks to Crazy Legs Events
Pre and Post race commentary by charity fundraiser, local businessman and Stockport Harrier Barry Thompson.
A warm welcome and supportive marshals
Once the entry limit has been reached we will add any further entrants to a waiting list. We will allow any runner who enters the race but is then unable to compete, to swap their number with a person on the waiting list, up to and including 29th November 2017.
Please check out our travel page for detailed information
At the Woodbank Stadium you can use the Changing Rooms, Toilets and Showers
Yes at the Woodbank Stadium
Yes there are 2 water stations
There will be refreshments, including Hot Drinks and Hot food (post race) available in the clubhouse and from approved vendors around the stadium.
Please remember that the route is not traffic free. There are numerous marshals on the course but they do not have powers to stop traffic. Please watch out for cars!
As per UK Athletics rules and for health and safety reasons iPods, MP3 players or equivalents will not be allowed in this race. Any runner seen contravening this rule will be immediately disqualified.
This years charity is Maggies Centre. This worthwhile cause has been chosen in memory of Stockport Harrier, Helen Fraser, a truly inspirational lady who sadly passed away earlier this year following a brave battle with cancer.
We encourage spectators and there is plenty of Parkland to explore whilst you are waiting for the runners to return. There are even points where you can cut through from the park and watch the runners on the course at various points. Alternatively bring deck chairs, rugs, cameras & a smile. Why not bring your club tent or gazebo along – there is plenty of room. There will be hot/cold drinks and food available, along with various snacks from the tuck shop.
We will have photographers around the course and in the start/finish arena. The photographs will be available on various websites following the event, we publish the links as soon as they become available
Introducing ‘Maggies Centre‘ the charity who we will be donating to this year.
The Offerton 10km is fast approaching and all the important information about
Jon-Paul’s took lots of photos from last year Hoka One One Stockport