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1,500 runners for Guildford 10km

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1,500 runners for Guildford 10km

Published at 6:00am 13th October 2019.

Part of Guildford town centre will be closed today as around 1,500 runners make their way to Clandon and back, in the first Guildford 10km race.

The event starts at 8am in the High Street, with the route heading along Epsom Rd through Merrow/Clandon and back to the top of the High Street. 

Roads will be fully closed on the out and back route.

The closures in detail:

From Saturday October 12 6pm to Sunday October 13 5pm: 

  • High Street - Quarry Street to North Street - from 8am to 5pm

From Sunday October 13 7am to 10am:

  • A3100 High Street - North Street junction to London Rd/High Street Roundabout.
  • A246 Epsom Rd - London Rd/High Street roundabout to Boxgrove/Uplands Rd junction.
  • A25 Epsom Rd - Boxgrove/Uplands Rd junction to Park Lane roundabout.
  • A25 Epsom Rd Westbound Carriageway - Park Lane roundabout to Shere Rd.

The race organisers say volunteers and traffic marshals will be available on race day to offer advice regarding road closures and alternative routes.

Access for care providers and emergency vehicles on race day will be facilitated where possible. 

If you are affected by the road closures and require a care visit on Sunday (before 11am), or are a carer yourself, please get in touch now on 01483 720459 so the organisers can plan alternative access.

Guildford 10km




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