The 13th Annual Sevenoaks Rotary Knole Park 10k Run - Sevenoaks Rotary 10k

The 13th Annual Sevenoaks Rotary Knole Park 10k Run on 17th March, 2019 in aid of vulnerable people in Sevenoaks and elsewhere is promising to be yet another success.

The run comprises two laps of the beautiful undulating course within the parkland of Knole Park. The course is suitable for club runners but also welcomes beginners. The grounds of Knole Park are used with the kind permission of Lord Sackville and the National Trust, for which we are very grateful.

In April 2018, th e event raised £10,000 for charity. Runners who wish to support their own charities as well (via friends’ and other sponsorship) are very welcome to do so. Refunds are not available but be assured that your entry fee will be used for good causes.

Spectators are encouraged to come along to watch and support from the many viewing points. Please note that dogs are not permitted to accompany runners for either race.

A 1.5k Fun Run is at the same venue and is open to runners aged 9 to 90. Families can be assured of a warm welcome.

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