This article is about the 2018 event. For information on road closures this year, see a Run Reigate webpage.
A number of road closures will be in place in the southern part of Reigate on Sunday 16 September (2018), for the annual Run Reigate.
Details are on the above map, with more on a Run Reigate information page for residents.
Run Reigate say on the webpage that the closures are to help promote safety for both runners and spectators, adding:
“It’s our aim to ensure we cause as little inconvenience for [residents] as possible, so we’re working closely with Surrey County Council and Reigate & Banstead Borough Council to minimise the time roads are closed for.
Most of the affected roads will be closed for varying times between 8.00am and 13.00pm, on Sunday 16th September, and all road closures will be carefully managed by approved Road Traffic Controllers and supported by experienced Race Marshals.”
As in previous years, the half-marathon and 10k will begin and end in Priory Park, as will the 5k event which is new for 2018.
A number of races for children will take place within the park itself, and there will also be an event village including entertainment.
Many participants will once again be raising money for good causes, including the event’s official charities, all eight of which have a local connection.
Details of everything that’s happening is on the Run Reigate website.
Run Reigate is a trading brand of Run Series Limited, which also operates Run Gatwick.