Start Date - Sunday 6 March 2022
End Date - Sunday 6 March 2022
Venue - All routes departing from Cornwallis Academy, ME17 4HX
Time - From 8amBook now
We’re delighted to announce that our Maidstone Road Run event is back on our events calendar for 2022! We can’t wait to welcome you in March when you join us on the start line.
Our annual Maidstone Road Run offers three distances providing the perfect warm up for the Spring race season. We offer a chip timed half marathon, 10K run and 5K run with all routes departing from Cornwallis Academy. For families and our younger runners, we are also offering a 1k Family fun run. Each runner will receive a special finishers medal.
Book before Sunday 6 February 2022 and secure early booking discount!
A fantastic opportunity to run a half marathon (13.1miles) along this beautiful yet challenging road route with one category four hill climb. A perfect training run and warm up for any spring marathon.
Take on our 10k route through the beautiful Boughton Monchelsea. A wonderful run for intermediate runners and those wanting to challenge themselves.
Taking in part of the half marathon and 10k routes this is a perfect yet challenging run for all abilities.
Perfect for our younger runners the 1k Family fun run takes place on site at Cornwallis Academy. Come in your favourite fancy dress and run, walk, skip or hop your way to the finish line.
Registration from 9:30am. Run starts at 10:10am
*Child entries for 16 and under. Please note all children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
The event organiser will be following the latest government covid guidance in accordance with running an outdoor sport event. Full details of the event Covid safety measures will be included in the final instructions sent to runners in the lead up to the event.
We are delighted to announce that CSIS will be the lead sponsor of our Maidstone Road Run 2022 event, taking place on Sunday 6 March.
The Civil Service Insurance Society (CSIS) was founded over 130 years ago to provide Insurance services to Civil Servants. From day one all its profits were used to support widows and orphans of deceased policyholders. Today CSIS is still a “not for profit” organisation, providing Motor, Home and Travel Insurance to current, former and retired Civil and Public Servants and their partners.
As a member of the Maidstone community, based in the heart of the town, and as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility programme, they have been able to support local Kent charities by donating over £350k in the last 15 years.
CSIS, began supporting Heart of Kent Hospice in 2015, and is excited to be supporting what is an inspiring annual event that raises valuable funds for Heart of Kent Hospice.
For more information, please visit www.csis.co.uk