Race Information

Our Asda Foundation Burnley 10K is much-beloved and people return year after year to enjoy the amazing support and atmosphere on route. Be part of it in 2016 - and save your place in the race, now! 

Entry

What's Included

Key Timings

Race guide

To view the 2017 Burnley 10K Race Guide, click here 

Car Parking        

Parking on Sunday 5th June will be available within Towneley Park and can be accessed from both entrances.  All parking is pay and display, with a charge of £1.50 all day. Free parking is available only a short walk away at a number of council car parks in the town centre, although please be aware that some car parks may have access restricted due to road closures in place for the event.  Please click here for details: 

From the West/ Town Centre – For satnav use postcode BB11 3DF

Access is via Parliament Street and Yorkshire Street onto Todmorden Road up until 8.50am.  Should you arrive at this point post 8.50am you should use the town centre car parks or re-route via Centenary Way and Red Leys Road.

Anyone parking in the car park off Towneley Holmes Road can exit from 10.15am onwards, but will be restricted to a left turn onto Todmorden Road.

From the North – For satnav use postcode BB11 3DF

Access is via Belvedere Road/ Yorkshire Street onto Todmorden Road up until 8.50am.  Should you arrive at this point post 8.50am you should use the town centre car parks or re-route via Centenary Way and Red Leys Road.

Anyone parking in the car park off Towneley Holmes Road can exit from 10.15am onwards, but will be restricted to a left turn onto Todmorden Road.

Please note Towneley Holmes Road car park has limited space - once it is full you will be redirected to the car parks located off Park Bridge Road (still in Towneley Park).

From the South and East - For satnav use postcode BB10 4SD

Access is via Red Leys Road/ Brunshaw Road onto Deer Park Road throughout the event

Anyone parking in the car parks off Park Bridge Road can access and exit throughout the event, but please note access to Burnley town centre via Ridge Avenue or Harry Potts Way will be limited until 11:30am.

Access will be signed from Brunshaw Road and into the park via Deer Park Road. 

As with any event, we expect traffic to be busy, so please allow extra time for your journey. 

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

Use of headphones

Aftershokz is the official headphone provider of Run For All. Aftershokz sits comfortably in front of the ear and use bone conduction to deliver sound through the cheekbones to your inner ear. This means you can enjoy your music and still hear everything around you, including marshal instructions, emergency vehicles and fellow competitors. Run For All participants can benefit from a special discount – prior to your chosen event you will be sent an email containing the code to obtain this special offer. Click here for more details. 

Training Plans

Whether you're a beginner to 10K running or have lots of runs under your belt, we want to help you every step of the way with some key training tips.

Your exclusive 14-week Burnley 10K training plan

We've teamed up with Marathon Talk's Martin Yelling - a former national duathlon champ and coach - to come up with three 14-week training plans aimed at all abilities.

Click here to download the Beginners training plan

Click here to download the Improvers training plan

Click here to download the Advanced training plan