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A stunning 10km trail run headlines the event through the Hampshire landscape surrounding the village of Twyford

Saturday 25th April 2020

Race start at 2pm

Registration 12:30-13:30


The Muddy Runners are pleased to host our 2nd Twyford Trail Runs on behalf of the Twyford St Mary's Parent Teachers Association.


We run races over 3 distances:-

5km - Race

10km - Race

2k Children's Fun Run

To enter please use the form below or click the banner above to open in a new window.

Enter Twyford



  • Please use the form on this page to enter or go to

  • Entry in advance = £12 for the 10k race, £10 for the 5k race.  
    Entry on the day = £15 for the 10k race, £12 for the 5k race.

  • Payment can be made online by paypal or credit/debit card.

  • Participants must be 12 years and older for the 10k race.

  • Participants must be 7 years and older for the 5k race.  All 5k entrants under the age of 11 yrs,  MUST be accompanied by an adult on the route at all times.

  • Children of any age may take part in the 2k event (which stays on the field) and may be accompanied by an adult if required.  However we would ask that adults peel off before the finish and do not go through the finish funnel.



  • All vehicles should follow parking signs and directions given by marshals.  Click here for a map showing the location.

  • Follow the signs/marshals once inside the ground and please do not walk on the cricket square.



  • Registration opens at 12.30 pm and will close promptly at 1.30pm.  Upon arrival, please make your way to the registration tent to collect your race number.

  • Please note there is no bag drop so please return any belongings to your car.

  • The 10k and 5k will start together at 2.00 pm. Please would ‘runners’ make their way to the front of the group, ‘joggers’ stay in the middle of the pack and ‘walkers’ start near the back.  

  • The childrens' 2k event will start after the 5k and 10k runs have finished.  This will allow parents to run in the earlier events, then watch their children in the on-field event.  We would encourage you to stay to cheer the final 10k and 5k finishers in, before watching our stars of the future!



  • The 10k and 5k routes are multi-terrain loops incorporating local footpaths, tracks, fields and road sections.  There are a few stiles and kissing gates along the way.  Please follow all instructions given by the marshals, especially on the road sections.  The marshals are there to ensure your safety - if they ask to you to stop due to oncoming traffic please do so.  The marshals will not be stopping traffic - only runners.

  • These routes are both challenging and undulating, with a few hilly sections!  However you can enjoy spectacular views of the Hampshire countryside and the 10k ends with a fantastic forest downhill to the finish.

  • Please close any unmanned gates behind the last runner as you pass through.


  • WARNING: These are multi-terrain cross-country routes and as such, the terrain is uneven, muddy in places and in the event of bad weather, some areas may be slippery.  All entrants should wear appropriate footwear with laces securely tied and take care at all times, following warning signs and markers and following any instructions given by marshals.



  •  Toilets will be available in the cricket pavilion.

  •  First aid is available at the finish line and also out on the course.

  • There is a water station at the halfway point on the 10k route.

  • Water and refreshments will also be available at the finish line.

  • Tea, coffee, squash and home-made cakes will be available to buy in the pavilion post-race, with all money going to the Twyford St Mary's School PTA.



  • Prizes for winners.

  • Medals and spot prizes available for all finishers.



  • Results will be emailed to competitors within 48 hours.

Dogs are permitted at this event but dog owners must abide by the following conditions:

  • By entering this race and signing the waiver, the participant confirms that he/she has the requisite public liability insurance for the dog.  ARC insurance does not cover any incidents caused by the dog therefore insurance is the responsibility of the dog owner.

  • Dogs should be on a lead using a CaniX regulation waistbelt at all times.

  • Owners should clean up after their dog.

  • Runners with a dog will start in a separate wave

  • Runners with a dog must carry sufficient water with them for their dog, you are soley responsible for your dogs welfare throughout the event.



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