Chorley 10K & 2K Family Run
Entries & Registration
We look forward to seeing you on the starting line.
If you're not running, you can still come down to cheer on the competitors and enjoy the running village on Fazakerley Street.
Chorley 10K Race
The Chorley 10K route is a two lap course, which will start and finish on Market Street in Chorley town centre. From the start line, participants will travel up Market Street, turning left onto St Thomas's Road, travelling along Southport Road before turning right at Ackhurst Lodge to enter Astley Park.
Participants will then follow the path, running in front of Astley Coach House and the historic Astley Hall. They will then run over the lake bridge, past the playing fields and play areas, running towards Astley Park's main gates. At the gates, participants will turn left onto Park Road and will run up to the junction with the A6 Preston Road where they will turn and travel back down Park Road, on the opposite side of the road. They will then run past Chorley town hall, turn right onto St Thomas's Road and repeat the course. On the second lap runners will continue down Market Street and through the finish line. Running prams are welcome.
- Minimum age: 15 years old on Sunday 5 May 2024
- Start time: 10.30am
- Cost: Standard entry fee £25.00. UKA Club Runners £23.00
- All entrants to the Chorley 10K receive a medal at the finish line
Chorley 2K Family Run
The Chorley Family Run is a much shorter 2K course, which will start and finish on Market Street in Chorley town centre. From the start line, participants will travel up Market Street, continuing past Chorley town hall onto Park Road. They will then turn left at the main gates to Astley Park and enter the park. Participants will then follow the path, running towards the play areas and pavilion. They will travel past the play areas and playing fields to a marker just before the lake. At this point, participants will turn and travel back along the same route through Astley Park. At the main gates they will travel across the closed road and turn right onto Park Road, continuing straight ahead onto Market Street where the finish line awaits. Please note this is not a flat route and there are some inclines, particularly in Astley Park. Running prams are welcome.
- Minimum age: 4 years old on Sunday 5 May 2024
- Start time: 9.30am
- Cost: £6.50
- All entrants receive a medal
Please note that parents and guardians may run with children but only those who have entered the race officially will receive a medal.
Chorley Couch to 5K
If you're looking to register for the Chorley 10K but not sure you can go the distance, why not join the Chorley Couch to 5K, to help improve your fitness and confidence.
The Chorley Couch to 5K is a 9 week course, with 3 runs per week to choose from, starting on Saturday 24 February, meeting in front of Astley Hall at 10am.
- Saturday: 10am Astley Hall
- Mondays: 6:30pm Hallgate car park
- Wednesday: 6.30pm Hallgate car park
Enjoy the Run Village
The incredible Run Village will be back as part of this year's Chorley 10K & 2K Family Run event.
Based on Fazakerley Street in Chorley town centre, the run village has lots of organisations providing information, offers and activities.
So even if you're not running, there's plenty to enjoy - come down, support the competitors and enjoy the day!
We'll be providing further information on the Run Village in due course, so please check back here soon!
Medal holder perks
We'd love local businesses to get involved in the event. If you're a business that may be able to provide an offer to medal holders, please get in touch by emailing: email@example.com
Male - Luke Betts (2022) 31:41:93
Female - Niamh Shaw (2023) 41:18.48
|Female - Laura Livesey (2023) 45:47.87
Male - Simon Croft (2023) 34:21.46
Female - Laura Bell (2023) 43:33.89
|Male - Gareth Booth (2019) 34:53:16
Male - Wayne Pearson (2023) 35:54.43
Female - Jan Cassidy (2023) 46:41.15
Male - Paul Muller (2021) 39:12:13
Female - John Gallagher (2023) 53:56.40
|Male - David Moss (2023) 46:23.37
Getting to the Chorley 10K & Family Run
Click on image to enlarge parking map. Information about town centre car parks can also be found on the Chorley Council website.
Chorley is well-served by bus routes linking the town centre with surrounding villages. The main bus route is the 125/126, which links Chorley to Preston and Bolton. There are also direct bus routes from Greater Manchester, Merseyside and the Lake District.
Chorley is on the main train line between Manchester and Blackpool. If you are travelling on a long distance service you will need to change at Manchester or Preston.