Burnley 10K

Race Date: Sunday 19th July 2020

Race Number Information



Anyone who registers up until Sunday 7th July can collect race packs from St Peter’s Leisure Centre, Church Street, Burnley, BB11 2DL during the following times:

  • Monday 15thJuly 10am – 3pm
  • Tuesday 16thJuly 10am – 3pm
  • Wednesday 17thJuly 10am – 3pm
  • Thursday 18thJuly 10am – 9pm
  • Friday 19thJuly 10am – 9pm
  • Saturday 20thJuly 12pm – 3pm
  • Sunday – collection from the Race Office in Towneley Park from 7.30am.

Anyone who registers after Sunday 7th July will need to collect on Saturday from St Peters Leisure Centre as above or our Race Office in Towneley Park on Sunday from 7.30am.  


  • Your race number with timing chip

Important event day information will be sent to you by email and will also be available online. Please add us to your safe senders list to ensure you receive our key messages. If you’re not receiving our emails, please check your junk folder just in case.  


  • Your timing chip is affixed to your race number, do not attempt to remove or fold the chip.  Do not pierce the chip with safety pins.
  • Wear your chipped bib number on your chest on the outer layer of clothing e.g. if a running jacket is worn, wear your number on top of this.  Do not obscure/ cover your bib number + chip with a bum bag/ running belt.
  • We encourage runners not to position their arm to start/ stop a personal timing device on or right in front of the bib whilst running over the timing mats themselves as this impedes the signal.  Arms can be positioned slightly away from the body, or the devices can be started /stopped when the runner isn’t on the actual mat.
  • Your bib + timing chip does not need to be collected in after the event.  It can be disposed of in general waste, or kept as a memento of your race day!
  • Race numbers are not interchangeable and entries cannot be assigned, transferred, sold or gifted to any third party. Do not under any circumstances allow anybody else to run with your race number.  Amongst other issues, this can create major problems for the medical team should they need to treat unknown runners.
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