ASDA Foundation Burnley 10K

Our Asda Foundation Burnley 10K is one of the region's best-loved events, attracting around 2,000 runners each summer. 

Small in size, but not in spirit, what feels like the whole town turns out to support runners in this fantastic 10K challenge. 

Now in its fourth year, Burnley runners will be taking a new turn in 2016 with the announcement of a new course!

The 2016 race begins and finishes in Towneley Park, outside the majestic Towneley Hall, the jewel in Burnley’s crown. To read more about the new route, click here.

Entries are now open for 2016! Click here or on the Enter button above. 

Race packs

Runners can collect their race packs from the Burnley Mechanics off Manchester Road from Tuesday 31st May until Friday 3rd June. Collection between 11am and 3pm each day. The postcode for Burnley Mechanics is BB11 1BH.

For those not able to collect during the week, please visit our race office at Towneley Park between 12pm and 3pm on Saturday 4th June, or from 7.30am on the morning of Sunday 5th June. The postcode for Towneley Hall is BB11 3RQ. Look out for our blue race office flag. 

Race guide

To view the 2016 Burnley 10K Race Guide, click here


 For a flavour of Burnley 10K, watch the short video, below:

Video courtesy of Burnley FC

Road Closures

Please be aware that a number of roads will be affected by closures on the day. Latest road closures details can be found here


My Journey...
Lee Cunliffe

Former RAF dog handler Lee took part in the Asda Foundation Pennine Lancashire 10K in aid of a charity that has supported him through some of the most difficult times of his life. Lee, 38, of Burnley, ran to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund, which provided accommodation for him and his three young children following the death of his wife, Tracy, who was just 33 when she lost her battle with skin cancer in 2006. The fund also helped meet the funeral costs. Lee was first helped by the fund in 2001 when he and Tracy suffered the loss of their daughter, who was stillborn. The help given by the fund has helped Lee rebuild his life since leaving the RAF in 2007.