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Bramley Fell Race 2018 - May 20th

posted 10 Apr 2018, 10:47 by Cranleigh Runners

Sunday 20th May 2018


At Gosden Common, Bramley, Guildford


Enter online at through Eventbrite
Eventbrite - Dave Maughan presents Bramley Fell Race 2018 (Surrey) - Sunday, 20 May 2018 in Bramley, Surrey. Find event and ticket information.

Entry forms available to download:


Entry Fee for Race:  £5 All competitors (10+)/Y6+


Further details please contact the race organiser by email at

Bramley Fell Race - May 20th 2017

posted 15 Mar 2017, 09:20 by Paul McGuinness   [ updated 15 Mar 2017, 09:58 ]

Up and back from Bramley Cricket Ground to the top of Chinthirst Hill approx. 2 miles

Saturday 20th May 2017  


At Gosden Common, Bramley, Guildford

Enter online at through Eventbrite or download the entry form below.

Entry Fee for Race: £5 All competitors (10+)/Y6+

Further details please contact the race organiser by email at 

Cranleigh Trail Marathon, Half Marathon and Challenge Walk

posted 10 Feb 2017, 07:05 by Paul McGuinness   [ updated 10 Feb 2017, 07:08 ]

The Rotary Club of Cranleigh, together with various local organisations including Informed Choice, are pleased to introduce the Cranleigh Trail Marathon, Half Marathon and Challenge Walk which takes place at 9am on Sunday 14th May 2017.

Runners can choose from a trail marathon or half marathon, with walkers tackling the 13.1 mile challenge distance or choosing half of the course to walk, as a solo challenge or relay pair.

The well marked course is entirely on public footpaths and every participant will receive a bespoke medal.

Online entries are now open

Next Hash Run 2016 - June 7th Alfold

posted 28 Apr 2016, 01:51 by Paul McGuinness   [ updated 25 May 2016, 03:06 by Cranleigh Runners ]

Now that the evenings are longer we have organised some hash runs to allow us to explore new territory and pubs. We have volunteers who will mark out a course with flour which will start and finish at a pub in the Cranfold area.

We order food before setting off and return ready to eat and have a drink. New members welcome. Get in contact beforehand or just turn up.

It is a great way to get some exercise in a social setting while exploring our beautiful countryside.

Happened on May 24th - thanks Dave - Great run @ Jolly Farmer, Bramley
June 7th - Harry - Roger Tichbourne in Alfold Bar
July 5th - Karen & Jamie - Location TBD
August 2nd - TBD
September 6th 7pm - Jo - Summer BBQ

Surrey Hills Challenge - Ultra, Half, 10k, 5k

posted 25 Apr 2016, 08:14 by Paul McGuinness   [ updated 25 Apr 2016, 08:29 ]

Surrey Hills Challenge 25th September 2016


All the challenges will lead you through parts of Surrey's glorious countryside based along the Greensand Way.

The Ultra

60km from Haslemere to Dorking along the Greensand Way scaling Gibbet Hill, Wormley Hill, Hascombe Hill, Pitch Hill, Holmbury Hill, Leith Hill and Bury Hill all in 12 hours.

How much? £80 per person. To read more about The Ultra click here.

The Half

21km starting at the Duke of Kent School following the Greensand Way over Holmbury Hill, Leith Hill and Bury Hill before finishing in Dorking.

How much? £35 per person

The Ten

Two laps of the stunning 5km route around Hurtwood to make the 10km.

How much? £25 per person

The Five

A 5km lap around Hurtwood, taking in all of its natural beauty.

How much? £15 per person

Why take part?

With four challenges we have something for everyone, whether you are family, friends or colleagues you can pick the right experience to suit you.

All funds are raised for the Community Foundation for Surrey who make a real difference to deserving local causes as well as raising money for community groups and charities in Surrey.

You’ll take away memories of a challenge you'll never forget and leave a lasting legacy through your fundraising.

Three-legged Guinness World Record

posted 13 May 2015, 13:41 by Cranleigh Runners   [ updated 20 Jan 2016, 11:28 by debbee_81 ]

At the 2015 London Marathon one of the spectacular and fun records of the day included Fastest marathon three-legged (female) at a time of 4.45.21 achieved by good friends Debbie Leeland and Paula Marshall.

We are very proud of your achievement here at Cranleigh Runners.

We told you that you were crazy but that did not stop you achieving the Guinness World Record and raising thousands for your charity - Phabkids!

Run Reigate Half-Marathon and 10K

posted 6 May 2015, 01:52 by Cranleigh Runners


Please find below the details of the Run Reigate Half-Marathon and 10K.  We would really appreciate it if you would add this race to your calendar and circulate the details to your club members, for whom there is a discounted entry fee of just £29.00.

 If you have any questions about the event, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Many thanks

Run Reigate 2015

The Intersport Run Reigate Half-Marathon (Silver winner for the UK’s Best Half Marathon in the 2015 Running Awards)

Following a hugely successful award inaugural event in 2014 which attracted more than 4,000 runners, raising over £150,000 for local charities, the second Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon will take place at 9:15am on Sunday 20th September 2015.

Set over a fully closed route, the single-lap course takes in beautiful country lanes and rural countryside; a picturesque treat for runners made even more enjoyable by the communities of local supporters along the route.

Following the success of the Half-Marathon in 2014 we’re introducing a 10k race.

This is the perfect race for runners that prefer a shorter, faster race. The race will take place the same day of the Half Marathon, Sunday 20th September at 9.00am. The races will be staggered with the 10k runners starting 15 minutes before Half Marathon runners.

The 10k is a fully closed, single-lap route that allows you to take in a combination of picturesque country lanes and rural countryside to give every 10ker the same visual treats  the Half Marathoners enjoy.

For more information please visit

The June Hash Run Bulls Head in Ewhurst

posted 26 May 2014, 10:14 by Cranleigh Runners

Next Hash run

Just a quick reminder that the next hash run is on Tuesday 3rd June.

We will start from the Bulls Head in Ewhurst at 7.30
and there will be a five mile off road circuit
heading towards Forest Green.

Walkers are welcome to start earlier.

Try to get to the Bulls head early to order your food.
They have a full menu but specialise in fish and chips.


Jolly Farmer Hash Run May 6th

posted 30 Apr 2014, 04:06 by Cranleigh Runners

David Maughan will organise the first hash run this year which is next Tuesday, May 6th, from the Jolly Farmer in Bramley. We will set off at 7.30pm from the Jolly Farmer and cover around 5 scenic miles off road. The idea is to follow the flour trail set by David and have food and drink afterward. Try to get there a little early to order food. If you have not been for a while or are a new runner you are very welcome.

Weald Challenge Trail Marathon, Half M and 50km

posted 7 Apr 2014, 01:34 by Cranleigh Runners

Weald Challenge Trail Races Trail Marathon, Trail Half Marathon and 50km Ultra Trail

Cranleigh Tortoise and Hare Runners plans to take a group to this event. Get in contact if you wish to join. Entries are limited and filling up fast.

Sunday 25th May 2014

8:00am 50km Ultra Trail

9:00am Trail Marathon

10:30am Trail Half Marathon

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