The Newstead Abbey Dash will be back again in 2020. We will again be hosting the Notts AAA County 5k Championships, but also look forward to those new to running trying this out as their first 5k road race.

 

Friday evening in the romantic grounds of Lord Byron’s stately home. A 1km descent to the abbey and lake is followed by a short shady incline then a steady stretch to the turning point near Newstead village, and back past the lake to finish on the green in front of the abbey. Prizes are available for overall, category and team winners. We keep our entry fees as low as possible to make this an accessible event for both elite and recreational runners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEWSTEAD ABBEY DASH 5K: 2019 RACE NOW FULL NO ENTRIES ON THE NIGHT. 

Course Records: Mens: Paul Richardson (Owls) 14.50 (2013)  / Ladys: Laura Day (Notts Ac) 16.59 (2013)

                  Newstead Abbey Dash 2019

Winner: Freddie Hessian (305) - 15:32

Runner Up: Dan Nugent (103) - 15:33

3rd Paul Wright (37) - 15.54

Race Number 1 - Michael Horn 

Ladies winner: Lauren McNeil (51)- 17:59

I would like to say on behalf of Redhill Road Runners and myself a big thank you to our sponsors Frank Key Group for their support, I would like to thank Gedling Borough Leisure, Asda, Boyes, Peter Henley and anyone else that donate spot prizes for the race.

 

On a personal note I would like to thank Martin Lee, John Kelley and Wendy Lawson for all the help with this year’s event, Your help behind the scenes and on the night is much appreciated, I would also like to say a big thank you to all the volunteers for your hard work on the night and making this a great event to be part off, last but not least thank you to all that ran and hope you all enjoyed the race and will see you next year.

Leigh Stubbs

Race Director  

GEDLING COUNTRY PARK 10k:

Sunday 29th March 2015

Following the success of previous Redhill Road Runners 10k events at Bestwood Country Park, we were proud to announce a brand new race in 2015. Gedling Country Park 10k was an undulating race around the traffic free trails of the then newly formed Gedling Country Park, Nottingham. The park is on the site of the old Gedling Colliery and offers fantastic views over the Trent valley. There was also a free fun run, held over approximately 1 mile.

We thank Gedling Borough Council for supporting this local event to celebrate the opening of Gedling Country Park.

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