Category Archive: 10k

Mar 05

Grantchester Charity Runs: A Brief History

2019 sees the 10th Anniversary Grantchester Charity Runs being held on Sunday, September 29th. The first 10k was run by 30…

Grantchester Charity Runs: 10th Anniversary

Sunday, September 29th, 2019

The Volunteer-run 2019 Grantchester Charity Runs will be supporting Maggie’s Centre Cambridge and ACT, the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust

The 10k and 3k both run through attractive farmland adjacent to Grantchester, just outside Cambridge. Importantly, there are no awkward road crossings in fact there are no road crossings at all! The courses are …

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Nov 09

2018 Check Presentation Ceremony

On a somewhat grey and damp November morning two of the GCR organising team met with Maggie’s and the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust to hand over cheques following the record setting 2018 Grantchester Charity Runs.

Oct 07

from the Finish & Drone

A last Album of photos from the Ground (Finish) and Air (Drone)

Oct 05

9.5km

About 500m to go and you can smell and almost taste the post-Run refreshments. The leaders were too quick for the camera! The groupings in the Collages are chronological.

Oct 04

3km Mark

Photos from the end of the short out and back loop ending at 3km. The leaders return… in the lead!

Oct 04

2018 GCR Registration and Warm up

Our wonderful volunteers from Maggie’s and ACT and the 2018 GCR Registration plus the Sports Corrective Therapy Team and Carlos Guedes from CamFitness leading the warm-up

Oct 03

The Bridge @1.9km

Pictures from the early stages of the Grantchester Charity 10k

Oct 03

Presentation Time

Results summary and pictures from the Prize Giving which brought the 2018 Grantchester Charity Runs to a close. Officiating are our lead sponsors Justin Fairhall (Lunchtime Company) and Steve Wilson (HotelResUK) along with Emily Willdigg (ACT) and Andrea Chupacova (Maggies).

Oct 02

Lost Property

We found these while clearing up on Sunday. Please contact 10k at grantchester10k dot org if you recognise them.

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