Event – TCR FM Tamworth 10K – Sunday October 11th 2015

Tamworth 10k Oct 2015

The TCR FM Tamworth 10k was voted 4th best 10k in the UK by Runners World in 2013 as it’s scenic but mainly flat 5k loop course takes in some of the town’s best scenery with its start and finish set in the popular Castle Grounds leisure facility with its gardens, sports amenities, walkways and cafe.

The TCR FM Tamworth 10k Oct 2015 will start and finish in the beautiful grounds surrounding Tamworth Castle and will wind its way through the grounds and out into the town, then follow a canal section in Fazeley, before returning to the Castle Grounds.

TCR 106.8 FM launched in 2009 and is a not-for-profit community radio station based in Tamworth, Staffordshire, staffed entirely by volunteers. The station has strong links with the local community and provides a wide range of programming with a good mix of chat and music, predominantly from 80’s classics to new chart hits, as well as news and sports updates.

Event starts in 1 day, 4 hours, 15 minutes, 36 seconds


£20 standard Entry, £18 Club Member.

Race numbers and info are posted to applicants within the 10 days before race start.

This is a Timing Chipped event.

ON THE DAY ENTRIES: There will only be 50 entries on the day and these will be available on a first come first served basis from 9 am at the registration desk near the Start/Finish area in Castle Grounds.

Parking for the event is available in and around Castle Grounds and some parking is free and some is pay and display so the advice is check the signage before you leave your car!!!


kpmeghanPolesworth’s own GB international athlete Meghan Beesley is to officially start the runners off at this year’s TCR FM Tamworth 10k.

Meghan, who runs for Birchfield Harriers specialises in the 400m hurdles and competed at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing narrowly missing the final.

Earlier in her career, she also competed in the heptathlon. Beesley broke the world record for the rarely contested straight 200 metres hurdles by 0.69 seconds at the 2014 Great City Games in Manchester.






The first Running Form 1 Mile meeting saw nearly 20 athletes participating on a cold early Autumn evening on the track at the Shobnall Leisure complex in Burton on Trent.


Sub 7 minute Mile

1st Tim Neville 5:14:98
2nd Ian Hewitt 5:19:21
3rd Richard Evans 5:22:54

7-9 minute Mile

1st Mark Deakin 6:48:97
2nd Jo Melville 6:59:03
3rd Melanie Deakin 7:08:80

9 minute + Mile

1st Mark Gardner 9:03:04
2nd Karli Gardner 9:11:04

1 Mile Relay

1st Team 1 12:03
2nd Team 2 12:08


Spirit of WIPRO 5k Runs – 20th Sept 2015

kp-events-wipro-2015KP Events once again helped international IT company Wipro work with its UK partner this year Npower to stage the UK legs of their SPIRIT OF WIPRO runs which take place on the same day globally, this year on SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20th and in 2015 these were held simultaneously in Leeds and Solihull with hundreds of employees with their friends and family turning up to enjoy the festival atmosphere in the late summer sunshine.

KP Events director Paul Griffin summed up the success at both events: “We have worked with WIPRO now since 2013 and each year the UK events grow and grow, everyone is so enthusiastic and we have children as young as four taking part, we have face painters, bouncy castles as well as refreshments laid on for all participants and the atmosphere is just so unique, we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and we look forward to having a 3rd event in 2016 in London”.

Pictures show the start at Leeds Spirit of WIPRO with the 3 male winners of the 5k.


Event – Kingsbury Water Park 10k – 29th Nov 2015

In November we’ll be holding our 6th 10k off-road race at Kingsbury Water Park – a beautiful venue belonging to Warwickshire County Council situated in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside between Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield.

The Kingsbury Water Park 10k – Sunday the 29th November 2015 10.30 a.m. £18 standard Entry, £16 Club Runner.

Event starts in 1 month, 19 days, 4 hours, 15 minutes, 36 seconds

The 10k is an approximate distance due to the nature of the course and is a two lap race following a route that is mainly off road through magnificent scenery. Two laps of footpaths, grass tracks and a short tarmac section twisting around the lakes and pools of the water park, with a section alongside the river. Race start time is 10.30am.


Event – The Xtreme Challenge – 7th Feb 2016


The Xtreme Challenge – Sunday 7th Feb 2016 10.30am – Catton Hall, Staffordshire

Voted in top 4 adventure races by Runners World in 2012.

Event starts in 3 months, 28 days, 4 hours, 15 minutes, 36 seconds


The traffic-free 10k Xtreme Challenge is a different level of cross country running with natural obstacles, man made obstacles, water features, electric fences, smoke bombs, cargo netting and all with beautiful views of the local countryside.

Catton Hall is a private country house with acres of parkland along the River Trent, a perfect location for large outdoor events, music festivals, caravan rallies, equestrian events, mountain bike rallies as well as corporate hospitality, team building days, and product launches.

ENTRY FEES: £24 affiliated, £26 non-affiliated.

READ: Training Tips for the Xtreme Challenge

Video – The Xtreme Feb 2012

Video – The Xtreme Feb 2013

xtreme challenge


Event – Florette Fradley 10k 13th March 2016

The Florette Fradley 10K is a popular run and attracts around 1,000 entrants each year. Covering flat, country roads, its a great event for beginners and pros alike. The Fradley 10k has previously been nominated in the national Running Awards for the Best 10k Race in the UK.

Event starts in 5 months, 3 days, 4 hours, 15 minutes, 36 seconds

  • DATE: SUNDAY 13th March 2016
  • START TIME: 10.30am
  • VENUE: Fradley Village, near Lichfield, Staffordshire
  • 10k ENTRY FEE: £18 Club Runner / £20 Non-Club Runner
  • There’s also a 2k Junior event at 10.00 a.m.
  • Entry on the day is £1 extra
  • INSURANCE: Full public liability cover
  • MEDALS: To all finishers
  • TROPHIES: To first 3 men, first 3 ladies

Event – The Lichfield Half-Marathon – 1st May 2016


The Lichfield Half-Marathon – Sunday the 1st May 2016


Event starts in 6 months, 22 days, 4 hours, 15 minutes, 36 seconds


  • START TIME: 10.30am Sunday the 1st May 2016.
  • STARTS AT: King Edward VI School, Upper St. John Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire.
  • FINISHES AT: Stowe Fields. Lichfield.
  • ENTRY FEE: £24 Affiliated/Club Runner/ £26 Non Affiliated Club Runner.
  • INSURANCE: Full Public Liability.
  • GOODIE BAGS: for all finishers.
  • TROPHIES to first 3 men and first 3 women.
  • Refreshment stations will situated at several places around the course.
  • The race will use chip timings.

The first three runners of the Ladies and Gents races will be presented with trophies. Every finisher will be presented with a medal showing their participation in the Lichfield Half Marathon along with a goody bag. The winner will also be awarded THE GERALDINE AGNEW MEMORIAL TROPHY in honour of the marathon runner and Lichfield resident who died suddenly in December 2013 whilst on holiday in Thailand.

The highly popular Lichfield Half-marathon attracts in excess of 1,500 competitors. It is located in the historic market city of Lichfield, famous for its three spired cathedral and Dr Johnson’s birthplace (author of the first English dictionary). Lichfield retains an unspoilt quality with many listed buildings leaving a Georgian legacy. The city is located 16 miles north of Birmingham and easily accessible via the M6 Toll and A38.

The start area for the Lichfield Half Marathon is King Edwards VI School in Lichfield Staffordshire, this is located on Upper St. John Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire. Post Code for sat nav is WS14 9EE.

There will be plenty of parking at the venue, and signposts will be up. Please use these car parks and do not park on the local streets. Please arrive in good time and “ready to run” as changing is limited and we cannot provide shower facilities for the numbers involved.

Prizes will be awarded as soon as possible after the races. Trophies to first 3 men and first 3 women runners. Please note we will be using timing chips, so we can give accurate results. This chip is attached to the back of a runners race number.

Please note: the half marathon will start with a rolling road block for the first 2 miles, at the back will be a sweeper vehicle, if runners fall behind this vehicle they’ll be expected to run on pavements where possible.

There is a train track crossing on the Half Marathon route and we are working with Network Rail to best manage this crossing on the day. In the unlikely event that trains need to be diverted through this crossing we have a team of timekeepers in place to manage that situation similar to how it is managed at the Leicester Marathon every year.

The finish line for the Half Marathon is situated on Stowe Fields off Stowe Rd near the city centre, Lichfield WS13 6AQ Staffordshire, West Midlands. This is only just over a mile walk from the start, and where cars are parked. There is a free return coach service from Stowe Field back to King Edwards School.

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