Following the latest guidance from England Athletics on 28 August on cross-country events, we are investigating whether it may be possible to hold the Priory Relays this year.
The Priory Relays is a historic event dating back many years. The race is a cross country event for athletic and running clubs. The men's race consists of 4 legs and the ladies race consists of 3 legs. Each leg is approximately 2.5 miles long. Prizes are awarded to the first three teams and the fastest three runners, both male and female. All athletes must be 17 years of age or older on the day of the race.
When are the Priory Relays?
The Priory Relays are held in the Autumn. The 2020 event will be held on SATURDAY 14th November 2020 for the ladies and Sunday 15th November 2020 for the men. We aim to start races at 10am on both days. The event's permit number has been applied for from UK Athletics.
How do I get to the Priory Relays?
The Priory Relays start in Reigate's Priory Park.
Reigate railway station is approximately a 5 minute walk away.
Buses 32, 420, 435 and 460 all stop in the town centre.
If you drive, the nearest car park is in Bell Street and is a 2 minute walk away. There is also ample additional parking in the Bancroft Road or the Upper West street car parks.
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What route does the Priory Relays take
The route is entirely within the grounds of Reigate Priory Park with plenty of marshals throughout the course.
How can my club enter the Priory Relays?
Please find below the entry forms, team declarations and a map of the course:
Please note that to prevent any problems with late team changes, team declarations will only be accepted on the day.
If you have any queries, please contact the "Race Director - Priory Relays" via the "Contact Us" form on the RPAC website.
Results (All years)