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Four race events for local runners

Sevenoaks Seven
The Sevenoaks 7 takes place on Monday 28th August, meeting at Sevenoaks Rugby Club on Plymouth Drive. It was first held in 1993 as a replacement for the Sevenoaks Half Marathon.
This moved the race from the busy Sevenoaks roads to the tranquility of Knole Park and quickly established the Sevenoaks 7 as one of the Country’s finest off-road races.
Although challenging, the race takes runners through some of the most beautiful countryside in England.
Tickets are £11 for affiliated clubs, £13 for others (£15 on the day) and £2 for the Junior 2.5K race. To enter go to and follow the links.

Weald St Georges
Sunday 3rd September 2017 sees the 12th annual Weald St Georges 10k and Fun Run, set around the countryside of the beautiful Kentish village of Sevenoaks Weald.
The event, voted by Runners World in the top three 10k events in the South East, is a varied course, mostly on road, with around 2km of hard surfaced woodland trail. At whatever pace you choose to complete, this course will give you a great workout.
There is plenty of variety, including long straights, sharp turns, on road and off road and… the hill at 9.5k!
Tickets are £15 for affiliated clubs, £17 for unaffiliated and £6 for the 2K fun run. To enter go to and follow the links.

Knole Park Fun Run
The Hospices of Hope Knole Park fun run takes place on Sunday 17th September at Knole Park, Sevenoaks.
There is no minimum required sponsorship, however they do encourage runners to raise funds if they would like to. The best way to do this is by setting up a Virgin Money Giving page.
Tickets are £12.50 (£15
on the day) for adults and £8 (£10 on the day) for children under 16. To enter go to knole-park-fun-run/ and follow the links.

Tonbridge Half Marathon
The 7th Tonbridge Half Marathon will be held on Sunday 1st October and is being staged jointly by Tonbridge Rotary Club and Tonbridge Lions Club to raise money for local charities.
The route uses an accurately measured pan shaped course starting just south of Tonbridge. The route will take runners along closed roads with plenty of crowd support especially through the tranquil village of Leigh, both on your way out and again on the way back before you finish back in the town.
Tickets are £23 for affiliated clubs and £25 for unaffiliated clubs. To enter go to



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