Frequently Asked Questions

Entries on the day will only be available if the race has not sold out. The event normally sells out at least a few weeks in advance so the only way to guarantee your place in the race is to enter online.

You can get a refund up to and including the 1st July, 2017. After this date it is not possible to offer refunds as most of the costs of the race will have been paid. All profits from the race go to charity. This year the race is supporting Schools Out UK.
Unfortunately, we are a small volunteer-run event and we do not allow runners to defer their entry.
It is against UK Athletics rules to run in somebody else’s place. It is also not possible to change the names in the online results after they have been published.

You can however, transfer your race number to a friend by doing the following:

Email the Race Secretary and request them to send you a race number swap form. Your friend taking your place will need to fill out the form and confirm they are happy to sign up to the Terms & Conditions of the race.

Once the Race Secretary has received the completed form then the new individual will be able to take part in the Pride Run.

All completed race swap forms have to be with the Race Entries Secretary by 6th August to be accepted.

You have to be 15 years old on the day of the race to be able to take part in the 10k race.

Children from ages 4 to 14 are welcome to take part in the 2km fun run and younger children are welcome to be accompanied by a parent or a guardian. The Children’s fun run will be announced soon!

We use the standard RunBritain form developed by UK Athletics form as this is by the easiest and cheapest approach for a race that is run by a small group of volunteers like ours. We understand that the entry form doesn’t provide an opportunity not to disclose your gender if you so wish and have asked England Athletics about the possibility of changing this.

If you wish to appear on the results as any other gender identification than male or female then please email the Race Secretary who will take the necessary steps to ensure that this happens on the published results.

You will receive a confirmation email from RunBritain letting you know that the payment has been successful.

Within one week you will also receive an email from the Pride 10k Committee welcoming you to the 2017 race!

Race packs will be sent via Royal Mail to all runners 3-4 weeks before race day and we will announce this on our social media channels.

If you enter the race after the date of the mail out then you will have to pick up your number on the day of the race so please arrive early enough to be able to pick up your number on the day.

The Pride 10k Committee will email you to let you know that your race number has been posted to you or to let you know that you should pick up your number on the day.