Chichester Harbour, Wittering Beach Run 21st Nov 2020
UK Trail Events
The Chichester Harbour Run Series has expanded to add a new unique trail run - The Wittering Beach run.
The run offers wonderful long-reaching views of the Selsey Bill and Isle of Wight on the outward leg and Chichester Harbour, the Solent, and the South Downs on the return.
With it's natural, unspoilt beaches and coastal vistas, West Wittering has long been one of the most popular seaside destinations on the South Coast, boasting a Blue Flag status and excellent facilities that make this a truly stunning beach location.
The Run will take advantage of the extensive sandy flats that are revealed at low tide; the flat compacted sand makes a wonderful surface to run on.
The 3 route options: 15K, 10K and 5K will cater for all abilities. The event is timed and will have water station(s) on route to keep you hydrated. As you cross the finishing line you will receive a high-quality medal, neck buff, sports socks and a drink. Refreshments will also be available.
Children are welcome to take part and have a significantly discounted price but must run with a paying adult.
Canicross Entries - 15km, 10km and 5km (*Max 1 Dog per runner*)
|Start Time||Distance||Entry Fee|
|8:00am - 8:45am||15km||£27.00|
|8:45am - 9:15am||10km||£24.50|
|9:15am - 9:30am||5km||£17.50|
* Exact starting times will be confirmed prior to the event. Start windows are not flexible due to tidal constraints on the course.
We are very pleased to have St. Wilfrid's Hospice as our charity partner for this event, if you would like to help raise money for this great charity then please follow the link below and get your fundraising set-up:
St Wilfrid’s Hospice is much more than a building. We provide tailored end of life care both in the community and at our Hospice, supporting our patients living with a terminal illness, and their family and friends.
All our vital services are provided free of charge, thanks to the generous support of fundraisers and donors. Only 16% of our running costs are currently met by the NHS and we rely on our community to fund the remainder, which equates to just over £7.7 million each year.