©The 2019 Eden Hall Middlebeck Newark Half Marathon

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Midlands Course Number 19/186

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Welcome to the Newark Half Marathon.

The 2019 race will take place on the 11th August

11th August 2019

Residents can contact for further information and about travel to and from home for carers etc. at newarkhalfmarathoninfo@gmail.com

Numbers will be posted to all entrants a few days before the event and will incorporate the chip timing technology. 

 

Online registration closes 8th August 2019 23.59hrs, numbers will need to be collected on the day if you have entered in the last week.  Postal and charity entries close on the 23rd July 2019. On the day entries, £25 in cash only, will be available but entrants will not be eligible for prizes. Late entry and on the day entry number to be collected from race HQ in Sconce Park on the day.   The course is mainly on country lanes so there are potholes and cracks, do run with caution and not too close to the runner in front so you have a clear view of the surface. As it is likely to be hot on the day do hydrate fully before the race and carry any extra water etc. you may need.’

Important Race Info

The 4th Eden Hall Middlebeck Newark Half Marathon is a flat to undulating, fast and scenic summer race on mainly closed roads.  It has a fun run and entertainment for all the family in support of our Newark based charity partners.  The setting is historic Newark with its castle and civil war museum. 

The race starts and finishes at the Sconce Park, site of civil war battles, passes the Ice Age Journey dig, where our ancestors settled over 13,000 years ago, skirts East Stoke, site of the bloodiest civil battle through Elston, birth place of the Darwin family and then back to the Sconce Park.’

About the Race

The setting is historic Newark 

with its castle and civil war museum.  The race starts in the Sconce Park, site of civil war battles, 

passes the Ice Age Journey dig, where our ancestors settled over 13,000 years ago, skirts East Stoke, site of the bloodiest civil battle through Elston, birth place of the Darwin family, then back to the Sconce Park. The route is flat and fast and mainly on closed roads.

There will be entertainment for all the family.

Run, have fun and raise money for our charity partners.  To learn more about why you should visit Newark:

The 2019 course....