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Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k


There isn’t just one reason to run the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k, there are 600,000! That’s the number of people living with epilepsy in the UK right now.

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Race details

When: Sunday 22 March 2015
Start time: 9.30am (to be confirmed)
Where: Bradford City Centre, United Kingdom
Distance: 10k

Registration fee: £18 UK Athletics affiliated / £20 unaffiliated. Closing date for entry: Thursday 19 March 2015
Minimum Age: 15 years of age

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About the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k

Epilepsy Action’s very own 10k, city centre road race. Starting and finishing in the Centenary Square, the course is closed to traffic and is faster and flatter than ever before! It is a fantastic race for beginners and those in search of their personal bests.

Race Information / features

  • Flat, fast course
  • Under UK Athletics rules - licence applied for
  • Free T-shirt
  • Route closed to traffic
  • Chip timing
  • Computerised results within 24 hours
  • Text message results service on the day
  • Baggage storage facilities
  • Drinks station and drinks at finish
  • Toilets
  • Prizes for male and female first, second and third and extensive Veterans categories
  • Training clinics and year-round running support provided by Airedale Athletics

Unfortunately the course is not suitable for wheelchair users

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Race packs

Race packs will be sent out for weeks before the event. In your race pack you will receive: your running number and race chip, a race information guide and sponsorship form.


Runners in the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k will be able to benefit from newsletters, training tips, and training clinics, supervised by qualified coaches, in the lead-up to the event, and afterwards, courtesy of Airedale Athletics (a partnership of six local running clubs – Baildon Runners, Bradford-Airedale AC, Eccleshill Road Runners, Skyrac AC, Saltaire Striders and Queensbury Running Club).

For information about Airedale Athletics, joining a running club in the Bradford and Leeds areas, training clinics and annual running support, please contact Simon Forde by emailing simon.sportsshare@gmail.com

Airedale Athletics cater for all age-groups, backgrounds, abilities and running disciplines, from absolute beginners upwards.

Training Plans

Download a training plan for the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k:

With thanks too…

  • The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
  • Airedale Athletics
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus

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For further information

For further information on the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k, please contact our events team on +44 (0)113 210 8800 or by emailing events@epilepsy.org.uk

Comments: read the 14 comments or add yours


Can i just turn up sunday and pay and get a number ?

Submitted by Sarah hudson on

Hi Sarah,

Unfortunately we will not be able to take any entries on the day for the Bradford 10k. You can however still sign up online but entries close at midnight tonight (21 March).

Kind regards

Epilepsy Action events team 

Submitted by Michael@Epileps... on

Can you please tell me how to get there by train and by car?

Also where is the start line and where can I pick up my numebr on the day?


Submitted by Ashley Ridsdale on

Hi with snow being forecast this weekend the race still definitely go ahead? Where should I check for updates?

Submitted by Marc on

Will the race be cancelled if the weather is inclement?

Submitted by Scott Wellings on

Hi, the weather forecast looks grim, with snow forecast from Friday morning till Sunday morning. Are you planning a "pitch inspection" at any particular time, in case the conditions could prevent the race taking place?

Submitted by Malcolm on

There is a heavy snow forecast for Friday and Saturday, will this affect the race?

Submitted by Stephen Gorman on

Well done for making an early call on the postponement. I look forward to the race taking place next month.

Submitted by Malcolm on

Will we be able to drop bags somewhere, as in previous years?

Submitted by Ian on

Hi Ian

 Yes, baggage drop off is inside City Hall and is open from 8.00am.

 Hope you have a great race

Submitted by Epilepsy Action... on

I was bib number 147 and my time failed to record. Has this happened to anyone else? Kind Regards

Submitted by Ian Jenkins on


Thanks for taking part in the Bradford 10k on Sunday. We have sent you an email in relation to your query.

Best wishes

Epilepsy Action Events Team

Submitted by Epilepsy Action... on

Hello, I am looking to take part in next years Bradford 10K. Do you have to raise sponsorship to take part in it?

Submitted by Lesley on

Hi Leslie,

thank you for getting in touch. By taking part in the Bradford 10K, there is no obligation to raise sponsorship. The cost of participation in the race is covered by the registration fee. If you do choose to raise any sponsorship, all the money raised will go directly to supporting the 600,000 people in the UK living with epilepsy.

If you have any further questions the Events Team will be more than willing to help. You can contact them on 0113 210 8800 or events@epilepsy.org.uk


Fundraising officer

Submitted by Carl on

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