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Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k

Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k

Run Details

When: Sunday 13 March 2016 
Start time: 9.00am
Where: Bradford City Centre, West Yorkshire
Distance: 10k

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Registration fee: £20 (unaffiliated) / £18 (affiliated to a running club)

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Minimum age: 15 years of age

Epilepsy Action’s very own 10k, city centre road race through the heart of Bradford, West Yorkshire. Starting and finishing in Centenary Square, the course is fast and flat, making it a fantastic race for beginners and those in search of their personal best.

The current course record is held by Tesfaye Debele with a time of 31 minutes and 2 seconds. 

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Race Information

  • Flat, fast course
  • Under UK Athletics rules - licence number 23075
  • Free technical t-shirt
  • Route closed to traffic
  • Chip timing
  • Text message results service on the day
  • Baggage storage facilities
  • Water station and drinks at finish
  • Prizes for male and female first, second and third and extensive Veterans categories

Please note, unfortunately the course is not suitable for wheelchair users

Race packs

Your race pack will be sent to you four weeks before the event. In your race pack you will receive your running number and race chip, a race information guide and sponsorship form.


We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to provide a smiling face and helping hand to help make the event a huge success. There are several roles available including handing out water and t-shirts, marshalling on the route and helping out at the Race HQ.

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For further information

We have put together a map detailing useful information for on the day.

 If you need any further information about the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k, please contact our events team on +44 (0)113 210 8881 or by emailing events@epilepsy.org.uk

Event Date: 
Sunday 27 September 2015 - 09:00

Comments: read the 7 comments or add yours


I would like to thank all of the organisers, marshalls and stewards for this magnificent event. The weather was perfect and the run was a dream. Great day, great event. I am already looking forward to March.
Thanks again


Submitted by Ian Copley on

This event is perfect for all abilities. Im a novice, and managed to complete this course in 1 hour 14mins. I was worried, as 10k seems a long way and my treadmill was telling me it was gonna take more like two hours for me to complete the distance. Thankfully, the course is laid out in such a way that it caters for everyone, whether you want to achieve a personal best, just get the distance under your belt, or simply want to raise money as a fun run.

The marshalls were fantastic, and so supportive and encouraging. They really helped to make the experience something to remember. The atmosphere was really welcoming, and we even had a little warm up aerobics to get us ready for action.

I am also looking forward to completing this again in 2016!!

I highly rate this race for everyone regardless of ability.

Sarah xx

Submitted by Sarah Kerrigan on

Is it just for runners or can you and do some people walk it?

Submitted by Anneliese Gray on

Hi Anneliese, the Bradford 10k is intended as a run rather than a walking event. However if you choose to walk parts of it, this is possible however please bear in mind that you will be required to complete the run by 10.45am as this is when the roads re-open to transport. After this time we ask that you move to the pavement.

Best wishes, the Fundraising Events Team

Submitted by Fundraising Eve... on

Is the course open to dogs? I would like to bring along my running partner.


Submitted by Jess on

Hi Jess,
due to the number of participants on the course and for health and safety reasons, it is not possible to run with your dog at the event. Best wishes, the fundraising team

Epilepsy Action Events Team

Submitted by Katie, Epilepsy... on

For those who use Strava for recording and analysing their runs I've created a route of the Bradford 10k in Strava which you can look at at learn the route and see the hills etc...


Submitted by Rob MacDonald on