RESULTS – Florette Fradley 10k – 13th March 2022

EVENT - Florette Fradley

MEN: 1st was Andrew Heyes with a new course record of 29.34, 2nd William Lunn-pigula 32.21, and 3rd Ashley Hurdman 32.35.

WOMEN: 1st was Abigail Halcarz 36.23, 2nd Lisa Palmer Blount 36.54, and 3rd Anna Hollingworth 37.43.

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Photos are available here:

PAST EVENT – Birmingham Insurance Institute 5k and 10k Run – 20 March 2022 – Tamworth

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Start/Finish: Castle Grounds Tamworth. 10.30am 20th March 2022.

KP Events is working with the Birmingham Insurance Institute (BII) for the first time to host their annual charity event.

The route follows our popular Tamworth 10k course which is a 2 lap 5k loop so you will follow either 1 or 2 laps to complete the run.

Whether you’re a serious runner or just fancy a Sunday jog with the family around the beautiful castle grounds, this run is for you!

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PAST EVENT – Florette Fradley 10k – 13th March 2022

EVENT - Florette Fradley

The Florette Fradley 10K is a popular run and attracts around 1,000 entrants each year. Covering flat, country roads, it’s 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 for personal best times.

Results from the Florette Fradley 10k will be posted immediately after the event at, look for results Florette Fradley 10k Sunday 13th March.

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RESULTS – Tamworth 10k 14th Nov 2021

Tamworth 10k Nov 2021 Start line

Bennett triumphs at Tamworth 10k

(Photo above by Gordon Hewitson)

Birchfield Harrier Jason Bennett romped home at the Tamworth 10k (14th Nov) in a fast time of 31:28. He finished over a minute ahead of second-placed Will Beeston ( Tonbridge AC) 32:46, with Lichfield Running Club’s James Pickering third in 34:50. The first female athlete home was Abigail Halcarz of Ivanhoe Runners in 35:54, which also saw her finish overall fifth place, with Rachel Burchall second female home in 37:39 and Sarah Gibson third female home in 38:23.

Full results are available HERE:

Official photographs from the Tamworth 10k are available using the following link:

Overall winner, Birchfield Harrier Jason Bennett

£580 raised for Acorns Hospice


A cheque for £579.56 was raised from the World’s Shortest Fun Run event held in September around the UK’s smallest park, Prince’s Park in Burntwood. It was presented to Claire Snape, Area Fundraiser from beneficiaries The Acorns Hospice group.

The event was organised by KP Events working with the Friends of the Park, the Burntwood Action Group and sponsors Crown Highways of Burntwood.

PAST EVENT – Tamworth 10k – Sunday 14th November 2021

RESULTS - Tamworth 10k Oct 2018

The Tamworth 10k will now be held on the 14th Nov 2021 and 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. The 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.

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RESULTS – The Four Oaks Financial Services Lichfield Half-Marathon – 17th Oct 2021


No Missen about!!!

The 10th annual Lichfield Half Marathon sponsored by Four Oaks Financial Services was won by Matthew Missen in an impressive winning time of 1:12:20.

On a wet morning, Missen lead from start to finish, followed home by Gary Whitehouse in 1:13:19 with third place going to Alun Thomas in 1:14:56.

First female athlete home was Royal Sutton AC’s Olivia Harris in 1:23:03 with Eleanor Pitcher of Bournville Harriers second in 1:27:16 and Helen Taylor third in 1:29:59

Results from the Lichfield Half Marathon on 17th Oct 2021 are available using this link;

Official photographs of the event are available to browse and purchase using this link;

There are also some unofficial photos by local photographer Gordon Hewitson to view online here:

Gary Whitehouse (2nd), Matthew Missen (1st) with the Geraldine Agnew Memorial trophy, and Alun Thomas (3rd)
Women’s winners: Eleanor Pitcher (2nd), Olivia Harris (1st), and Helen Taylor (3rd)