Be a part of one of Britain's biggest 10ks that makes the most of Bristol's picturesque backdrop!
The scenic, sea-level route starts and finishes in Bristol's historic Harbourside. The route takes runners along the Harbourside, out and back along the Portway, through the stunning Avon Gorge, and passes twice under Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. The point-to-point loop course spreads runners out early in the race giving you the space to beat your personal best.
With over 11,000 runners signing up to take part each year the event is now one of the fastest growing and popular of its kind in the UK.
Our fundraising team will be there on the day and would love to meet you! Our fantastic cheer point at this event includes:
- Great location – The Shakespeare on Prince Street
- Bag drop off
- Before and after race refreshments and meeting point
- Family drop off and meeting point – area reserved for CHSW runners and their families
- Music and Samba Drummers to cheer you on
- Loudest cheer point on route
I heard people shout ‘come on Children’s Hospice’! I had never been cheered on like this before and it was a lift to the spirits to keep going.
Starting on Anchor Road near Millennium Square and Bristol Cathedral it runs parallel to the historic Bristol Harbour before continuing along Avon Gorge and taking in the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge. The return route takes in Spike Island and the Cumberland Basin before passing the soaring Gothic St Mary Redcliffe, finishing on Anchor Road close to the start line so that runners can meet up with family and friends and make the most of the bars, restaurants and attractions at the Harbourside.
Please note: the course may be subject to change.
Why run for us
Run for Children’s Hospice South West and you’ll get lots in return!
We'll support you every step of the way. You'll receive:
- A Children's Hospice South West T-shirt
- Fundraising pack and media support
- Training tips and advice through our quarterly Run Club eNews