London Spring 10k
25 May 2019
The London Spring 10k returns for the fifth year to Regents Park. A run or a race - suitable for experienced runners and first timers alike, using roads and footpaths.The race features chip timing and prizes will be awarded to the leading runners and age category winners. Finish line goodies and a bespoke medal will be on offer for every finisher plus a selection of finish line goodies.Proceeds from the event will be donated to Action for Children.Includes Children's 800m Race and Adults 2 mile Fun Run.
Finishers medalGoody bagChip timingPrizes for category winners
The Course:The Regents Park 10k course is a two lap route covering the tarmac paths within the boundaries of Regents Park. The course has been officially measured and carries a certificate of course accuracy (certificate number: 11/174). The route will be clearly marked using large route arrows and directional cones, as well as being marshalled throughout. We would ask you to remember that we do not have exclusive use of the park and you should be aware that other park users will be on the course.The route is a flat course with only one gentle incline to contend with and covers the tarmac paths surrounding the park. You will pass around various sections of the park past the boating lake and down the famous Regents Park Broad Walk. You will also pass the Money Fountain and alongside London Zoo.
FacilitiesToiletsBaggage Drop OffRefreshments
Race HQ: The Hub, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4RUGetting there on footThe park is easily accessible by foot. You can enter the park through several gates and the Hub is located in the centre of the park close to the Winter Gardens. The closest entrances are Primrose Hill Bridge near London Zoo’s main entrance, Macclesfield Bridge or Charlotte Bridge, both off Prince Albert Road or Hanover Gate off Park Road.Once in the park, follow the signs to the Hub and you will be able to easily find the Race HQ. There will also be race signage once you enter the park indicating which way to go.Getting there by carFor those who wish to drive to the event there is very limited parking available on the Outer Circle. Parking is pay and display which opens at 9am on Sunday morning.Please note no vehicles may enter the park under any circumstances.For those using a Sat Nav the post code for the event is NW1 4RU.Getting there by busThere are number of buses that travel to Regents Park. All busses stop close to Regents Park and it is only a short walk to the Race HQ from all entrances.The buses that travel to Regents Park are:2 Marylebone Station – Crystal Palace13 Aldwych – Golders Green18 Euston – Sudbury27 Chalk Farm – Turnham Green74 Baker Street Station – Roehampton82 Victoria – North Finchley113 Oxford Circus – Edgware139 Waterloo – West Hampstead189 Oxford Circus – Brent Cross Shopping Centre274 Angel Islington – Lancaster Gate453 Marylebone Street – Deptford BroadwayC2 Oxford Circus – Parliament Hill FieldsGetting there by tubeThe park is easily accessible via Tube with several stations surrounding the park. The closest station to the start race HQ is Baker Street.The tube stations close to the park and their relevant lines areBaker Street – Hammersmith & City, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Bakerloo linesRegents Park – Bakerloo LineGreat Portland Street – Hammersmith & City, Circle, Metropolitan linesSt John’s Wood – Jubilee lineCamden Town – Northern line