Entries open for the 2024 Bradley Stoke 10k Run

Photo of a large number of runners wearing race numbers and running along a path.
Archive image (2023): Runners pass through the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve, about 1km into the race.

Entries have now opened for the 2024 renewal of the Bradley Stoke 10k Run, to be held on Sunday 9th June as part of the town’s Community Festival.

Organised by local ladies-only running club Sole Sisters, the race starts and finishes at the Jubilee Centre in Savages Wood Road, where there will also be free car parking, showers, toilets and refreshments for runners and spectators.

The race route takes in much of the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve as well as stretches along Brook Way and Bradley Stoke Way.

Kitchen & Laundry Appliance Care, Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Open to men and women aged 16 and over, this year’s race will have a time limit of 90 minutes.

The use of personal headphones, including bone conduction types, will NOT be permitted – due to the race being multi-terrain and having a number of road crossings. Anyone running with headphones will be disqualified.

The entry limit for this year’s race is 650 and places are are expected to be snapped up quickly.


How to enter

Entries may be made via the Bradley Stoke 10k page on the RaceNation website.

Entry fees are £22.95 (affiliated) / £25.95 (unaffiliated), inclusive of an administration charge of 95p.

As in previous years, the race will use ‘chip’ timing provided by DB Max Race Timing & Multisport Events.

Every finisher will receive a technical t-shirt and medal.

Promotional poster.
Poster promoting the annual Bradley Stoke 10k Run. Designed by Carlo Di Terlizzi.

More information

For further information about the race and its history, including a map of the course, visit the Journal’s dedicated Bradley Stoke 10k Run information page.

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