Woodbridge 10K FAQ

People always get really excited about the 10K race and have lots of questions …. here are a list of the most frequently asked questions and their answers:
How do I enter
When do the entries open ?
How do i enter the junior race?
Is the race time on Chip or Gun Time?
What Charities are being supported this year?
Can I transfer my place?
Got another question?

How do I enter

At noon on Saturday 14th March you will be able to enter the race here. Be warned though this is an incredibly popular race, so popular in fact the sheer number of people trying to enter has been known to crash popular booking sites. Normally the race sells out in less than half an hour of the link being published.

When do the entries open ?

As you may have we were due to open entries on 14th March but sadly had to delay because of uncertainties caused by the Corona pandemic.

The Woodbridge 10K is a charity event, no one makes any money out of it, all of the organizers are volunteers (who don’t even get a guaranteed place in the race) who are really keen to do the right thing in this situation. Trouble is working out what is the right thing to do is far from straight forward.

Our current plan is to have a committee meeting WC 16/3/20 to determine the best way forwards, please bear with us, we promise we are as disappointed as you at the delay, and we’ll keep you updated with progress.

How do I enter the junior race ?

Entries to both the Junior and the Adult race follow the same timetable and entry process. The race opens at noon on Saturday 14th March and the link to enter is here

Is the race time on Chip or Gun Time?

Gun Time

What Charities are being supported this year?

The following charities are going to be supported by this year’s race :

  • Jetty Lane : Community, youth and arts center in Woodbridge
  • Seckford Almhouses chapel : Renovation of this historic building, providing disabled access etc
  • Project 21 : A charity changing the lives of people with Down’s Syndrome in East Anglia
  • 4yp : Suffolk Young People’s Health Project
  • Motor Neuron Disease Association: Improving care and support for people with MND

Can I transfer my place?

To make things a little easier, we are planning to operate a transfer system this year, allowing runners who gain a place and who are then unable to run to swap with someone else. We think this will prove a popular update to our rule book!

Got another question?

Try asking on our 10K Facebook page