10:30am on Sunday 23rd September 2018
After many years of running the formerly Natterjack Southport Seaside 10k, Darryl Soden has decided to pass this popular event onto Run North West. On behalf of the wider community we would like to thank Darrell for all his hard work and commitment and say that we are very excited to be given the opportunity to work with this great race.
After careful consideration with the local council NEW for 2018 Marine Drive will be fully closed to runners on the day, which should make for a much more runner friendly route with beautiful views across Southport Beach. The remainder of the course will be ran on totally closed traffic free roads over 10k starting and finishing in Princess Park, Southport.
The two lap course is ran on smooth tarmac through and around the pier. Flat and fast with only gentle undulation, this course promises fast times for club and fun runners alike. Taking in the famous Southport Pier, which is not only Britain’s oldest iron pier but the second longest, the route runs around the Marine Lake, taking in the Theatre and Convention Centre, Marine Lake Promenade, Ocean Plaza and Southport Model Railway.
Following our successful inaugural events, Run North West continues to offer you the chance to run new and varied courses, whilst answering the demand for more choice in quality, value for money races, offering the very best possible on the day experience.
Why not enjoy a day out to the seaside today and take part in the 2018 Southport Seaside 10k.
Located on the Sefton coast, Southport is easy to reach from all over the North West. Close to Liverpool, Manchester and Preston, Southport is a picturesque coastal town and the perfect location for a seaside 10k event. Southport is surrounded by natural beauty, making it a great place to visit.
The two lap course starts at 10:30am and is ran on smooth tarmac through and around the pier. Flat and fast with only gentle undulation, this course promises fast times for club and fun runners alike. Taking in the famous Southport Pier, which is not only Britain’s longest iron pier but the second longest the route runs around the Marine Lake, taking in the Theatre and Convention Centre, Marine Lake Promenade, Ocean Plaza and Southport Model Railway.
£21.00 unattached & £19.00 attached
Fun Run Start Time: 9:30am Entry Fee: £7.00 Enter: Here
All fun run finishers will receive a commemorative medal.
The Southport Seaside 10k course offers runners the perfect mix of flat running, scenic scenery and with it’s seaside location a fantastic atmosphere to help you enjoy your 10k experience. NEW for 2018 Marine Drive will be fully closed to runners on the day, which should make for a much more runner friendly route with beautiful views across Southport Beach.
The course starts in Princess Park, Southport and is a two lap course around the Pier and Marine Lake. Taking in the Theatre and Convention Centre, Marine Lake Promenade, Ocean Plaza and Southport Model Railway before traveling down Marine Drive and under the famous Southport Pier. The course offers something for everyone.
10k Course Map
When planning your trip to Southport please arrive in plenty of time to find suitable parking. If you’re arriving by car you will find plenty of places to park around Princess Park, close to the start and finish area.
Family Fun Run
Come and join us for our Family Fun Run starting at 9:30am before our 10k race, leaving those brave enough who want to do both races plenty of time to recover! All finishers receive a finishers medal.
There will be a covered bag drop area available at each event and whilst we take every care possible of your kit we cannot be held responsible for any loss.
Yes, of course you can! If you’d like to come along on the day and help out in anyway we’d really appreciate it and we’ll make sure you’re well looked after with Run North West goodies. Please contact us at email@example.com to express your interest.
Sure, you can also find a copy of our event terms and conditions on the Nifty Entires event page.
1: Conditions of Entry
By entering any events as made available on this website, competitors are agreeing to abide by the following ‘Terms & Conditions’ as outlined below.
2: Confirmation of Entry
Satisfactory completion of transaction through the online payment system confirms the applicants place in the event for which they have applied.
3: Event Information
All necessary Event Information pertaining to individual events are published on here. Please note that details of individual events as published on event specific entry forms and provisional event information is subject to change.
Updated details of any alterations to Provisional Event Information initially issued will be made available on the web no later than one week prior to the event date. It is the responsibility of participants to ensure they have accessed the relevant information relating to their event.
4: Event Withdrawal
Organising a race incurs considerable costs and these costs are met a long time before race day. The withdrawal policy is in place to protect the athletes who have entered the suppliers and also the organisers. It is for this reason that there will be no refunds under any circumstances.
Please note, if you are injured in an accident, please claim the cost of your race entry back from the other party, we will fully support you efforts to do this wherever possible. Remember they are at fault for your loss, not you and not us.
5: Attempted Swapping of entries
Please note that the swapping of entries between participants is strictly forbidden as it invalidates insurances undertaken by the event organisers to cover the event.
Details of event registration times relating to specific events will be posted on here. All athletes are required to attend registration within the times specified. Applicants who do not attend registration within these times may not be allowed to participate, and will lose their right to a place in that event. It is the responsibility of participants to ensure they have accessed the relevant information relating to registration at their event.
The event organisers maintain the right to use images and photographs taken by their contracted photographers and volunteers at the event without informing of or recompense to event participants. These images can be used for promotional purposes as undertaken by the event organisers and their partners, which will cover a range of possible uses including advertising press and media, printed information items, editorial coverage and any other promotion directly related to the event organisers or their sponsors.
8: Event Changes
The above named Event organisers have the right to change any aspect of the event for the reason of safety without prior notice.
9: Event Cancellation If for reasons beyond the control of the Event organisers, such as adverse weather conditions and including an ‘act of God’ due to unforeseen, naturally occurring phenomenon that were unavoidable, the event, which applicants have entered is cancelled or postponed the applicants will not be permitted to a refund.
10: Right of refusal for entry
The Event organisers maintain the right to refuse or revoke entry to any applicant, where they believe that accepting the entry could prejudice the event, the promoting organisation, their sponsors, associates or staff. This right of refusal extends to include applications where acceptance is considered by the event organisers to be likely to infringe upon the enjoyment of any persons connected with the event, including staff, marshals, volunteers & other competitors.
Yes it is. As the event is staged under UKA License the course is accurate to 6.2 miles and has a UKA Course Measure Certificate confirming the accuracy of the course.
Wilmslow 10k UK Athletics License 2017-30298
The race will be electronically chip timed provided by Nifty Entries. A manual timing system will also be in operation for back up reasons. Upon completion of the event you will receive a text message with your time.
All race positions are decided on gun times (this being the time from the start of the race to the time you cross the finishing line) however chip times (this records the time taken from when you cross the start line to when you cross the finish line) will also be displayed. In the event of a prize winner having a faster gun time to chip time then the gun time would take precedence. We will display chip and gun times on the official results.
Your timing chip is on the back of your number.
The closing date for entries is either when the race is sold out or one week prior to the day. Enter early to avoid disappointment. We will keep you updated via this website and social media for all event day news.
The minimum age for our 10k events is currently 15-years in accordance with British Athletics rules.
Competitors should arrive approximately one hour before the start of the race. Surrounding roads, which form part of the course, will be closed to traffic before the race starts. Please bear this in mind and allow extra time when travelling. You can find details of road closures on our website.
As a general guide we suggest being able to complete the course in under one hour and forty five minutes to help comply with East Cheshire Council’s requests and to reduce as much disruption to residents and passing traffic as possible with road closures.
Of course! We welcome runners with a wide range of running abilities from beginners to experienced club runners.
To ensure safety for our runners we have invested in road closures to help you get the best possible experience from the day!
Yes! If you head over to the race page where you will find a map.
We provide water at around 5k and at the finish and you’re welcome to take your own should you wish.
If you entered online you will receive a confirmation email shortly afterwards. If this did not happen please contact us to help resolve the issue. We will also contact all runners nearer the race date with final race instructions.
Unfortuntly due to the substancial costs in staging an event we cannot defer entries although we provide a number transfer system via Nifty Entries. Just log into nifty entries and click enter the race, then you will see a transfer my entry option.
Hopefully not! The course will be well marshalled, sign posted and marked throughout to help you along the way.
Yes. Please note that the course has a time limit as mentioned above.
We would strongly advise against using headphones. Using headphones can be dangerous because it distracts people and can make them unaware. We occasionally will need to direct you or may need to get emergency vehicles onto the course and may need runners to hear instructions from marshals to assist with this.
Yes the course is wheelchair accessible and we also have an elite wheelchair policy which you can find on our website.
Run North West helps a different charity at each race. When you enter you can tick a box if you are interested in raising funds. The charity will contact you in due course offering to help you by sending a pack and also an online ‘just giving’ page. You can then ask friends/family etc to sponsor your run. We also raise funds with several initiatives including; the fun run entry fees, a proportion of merchandise sales, on the day food/beverage sellers & sports massage fees.
We are committed to raising funds for the Roy Castle Foundation at the Alderley Edge bypass 10k and Key 103’s Cash for Kids (Toy drop) and The Christie at Wilmslow 10k, however should you wish to raise funds for another charity this is totally fine with us! Please contact your chosen charity to obtain sponsor forms and support.
No, it is not compulsory – it is entirely up to you but we highly recommend it!
Although not essential, should you be in any doubt and for your own safety we recommend contacting your local GP to ensure you’re fit to run.
In order to maintain our excellent record of safety and ensure runners enjoy their day with Run North West we kindly ask you read the below safety instructions and observe traffic regulations and marshal requests on the day of the event.
Although we will carry out a course inspection on the morning of the race please be mindful on the course of trip hazards including pot holes, uneven road surfaces, cats eyes, gradient of the road, fatigue, contact from other competitors, shoe laces, leaves & branches, slippery surfaces including oil and fuel and obstacles such as parked cars, traffic signs and litter.
Given the location of the course, although very unlikely please be aware of the potential risk of children and spectators on the course.
For your safety we will have volunteer marshals at every km (please thank them if you can!) and marshals at all road junctions on the course.
Marshals will also be present to assist with parking on the day. When walking to and from the finish please stick to pavements and crossing points as road closures won’t be in place during this time.