Information about the 29th edition of the race, which takes place on
Wed 6th July 2022 at 7.30pm
(entrants will be emailed final race instructions 7-10 days prior to the race)
The race is suitable for club and recreational runners alike and is open to anyone over the age of 15. It’s been licensed by UK Athletics (licence number 2022-43678) and is operated under UKA rules.
Reigate Priory Park near the tennis courts (approximate postcode RH2 7RL)
Advance entry fees are £15.00 with UKA licence or £17.00 unattached.
Please enter either
- online by using this link to Sport Systems https://register.enthuse.com/ps/event/ReigatePriorySummerEvening10K2022 (please note a small supplement is payable)
- by downloading and completing the entry form available by clicking here and posting it with your cheque, made payable to RPAC, to:
The Race Secretary, RPAC Summer Evening 10k, 70 Nutfield Road, Merstham RH1 3HA
Entries on the day will be offered @ extra £2 on a first come, first served basis if the race limit has not been reached.
Race numbers and timing chips
Please collect your race number and timing chip from Race HQ on race day.
Toilets and a Baggage store will be available near the Start although all items left in the store will be at your own risk.
Water will be available from an on-course drinks station sited at about 5k and at the finish. Please stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water in advance of the race.
To see the course map and information about the route please click here.
Unfortunately, due to the course’s undulating nature, it’s unsuitable for wheelchair athletes.
Please note - the wearing of headphones or similar devices is not permitted.
Prizes & Awards
Every finisher will receive a commemorative memento.
There will also be special awards for the following:
|1st man (irrespective of age)||1st woman (irrespective of age)|
|2nd man (irrespective of age)||2nd woman (irrespective of age)|
|3rd man (irrespective of age)||3rd woman (irrespective of age)|
|1st MV40||1st FV35|
|1st MV50||1st FV45|
|1st MV60||1st FV55|
|1st MV70||1st FV65|
|1st men’s team (3 to score)||1st women’s team (3 to score)|
- Awards will be based on finishers’ gun times provided by Sport Systems
- There will be no distinction between seniors and veterans for the main prizes
- Each runner may win only one individual award
- Awards will be presented to category winners as soon after the finish as practicable
Previous race results
Transport & Parking
Rail - Reigate railway station is on the Reading-Tonbridge line with connections at Redhill to the London-Brighton line and is a few minutes’ walk to the town centre.
- Bus – Buses 32, 420, 435 & 460 stop in Reigate town centre, a short distance from Priory Park
- Car - if arriving via the M25, exit at Junction 8 (Reigate) and follow the signs for the town centre down the A217.
- Parking - is free after 6pm in the public car parks which are located at Bell St (the closest), Upper West St and Bancroft Rd.
Please do not park either in Morrisons’ car park which is for their customers’ use (anyone exceeding the stated time limit is fined) or on the grass in the Priory Park.
Terms & Conditions
Regrettably, in common with other races, no refund can be made to any entrant who withdraws through injury, illness, lack of training, change of plan or for whatever reason.
The organisers reserve the right to cancel the race in circumstances beyond our control, for instance if adverse weather (or the threat of adverse weather) should make conditions too dangerous for competitors or a serious incident occurs, which prevents the race going ahead. In such, or other circumstances, all residual proceeds will be donated to local charities chosen by RPAC, after the deduction of costs incurred.
Headphones & similar devices
In common with other races held on roads not closed to traffic the wearing of headphones, or similar devices, is not permitted.
Time limits are needed for the comfort, health and safety of entrants, Marshals and other personnel involved. All entrants should reasonably expect to complete the 10k course within 90 minutes which equates to a pace of 9 minutes per kilometre or 14.5 minutes per mile. Chip timing will cease 90 minutes after the start of the race and dismantling of the Finish area will then commence.
Reigate Priory AC wishes you a safe and enjoyable run!
We hope that this information answers any questions you may have about the race, but otherwise please contact the Race Director using the "Contact Us" form on this website (select the option "Race Director - Summer Evening 10k").
The RPAC Summer evening 10k is kindly sponsored by Thurlowe Clarke.
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