Collect your race number and ChampionChip when you arrive at race HQ. You will receive the full race programme by email, please study this information carefully.
Baggage storage is available. Drop off your bag in good time using the label you collect with your race number. Bags will only be returned on provision of your race number. Though the area is manned, items are left at your own risk and no liability can be accepted for any loss.
There are trophies for winners and age category winners in bothe the half marathon and 10k distances. There will be no cash prizes, with funds focused on a quality finisher shirt to all entrants this year.
The Half Marathon is a measured and certified (06/112), An idyllic two lap course mostly in the shade of ancient woodland of Burnham Beeches. A mix of closed roads and footpaths.
Burnham Joggers wish to express their thanks to the persons and organisations listed below. It is their support, year after year, that ensures the Burnham Beeches Half Marathon continues as one of our racing calendar's premier events.
There's plenty to do for all the family at the Burnham Beeches Half Marathon.
Caldicott School, Crown Ln, Farnham Royal, Slough SL2 3SL
Race parking is at Huntswood Farm, Grove Road, Slough, SL1 8QD and is free. Burnham Beeches visitor car parks are now pay and display. Strictly no parking on the race route in Burnham Beeches.
A40/M40 to Junction 2
South on A355 through Farnham Common.
M4 to Junction 6 or A4 to the Three Tuns
North on A355 through Farnham Royal
Please come directly to Race HQ at Caldicott School.
There are no bus routes serving the A355 on a Sunday.
Nearest stations are Burnham (2.8 miles), Taplow (3.9 miles), Slough (4.1 miles) and Beaconsfield (5.3 miles).
Taxi services are available from railway stations. Taxis may drop off at Race HQ but they will not be able to collect from Race HQ until roads are reopened.
|2014||Male||Simon Newton||Ackworth Road Runners||01:16:00|
|Female||Sophie Carter||Belgrave Harriers||01:20:51|
|2013||Male||Phil Wicks||Belgrave Harriers||01:07:11|
|Female||Lesley Locks||Hart Road Runners||01:23:28|
|2012||Male||David Bradford||Lewes AC||01:14:32|
|Female||Samantha Amend||Belgrave Harriers||01:21:55|
|Female||Samantha Amend||Belgrave Harriers||01:22:22|
|2010||Male||Alan Barnes||Herne Hill Harriers||01:12:43|
|Female||Sarah Gee||Reading Road Runners||01:16:21|
|2009||Male||Paul Martelletti||Victoria Park Harriers & Tower Hamlets AC||01:12:11|
|Female||Sarah Gee||Reading Road Runners||01:19:30|
|2008||Male||Peter Tucker||Blackheath & Bromely Harriers||01:10:01|
|Female||Nikki Smith||Witney Road Runners||01:18:02|
|2007||Male||Alan Buckley||Gateshead Harriers||01:09:17|
|2006||Male||Toby Lambert||Alton Runners||01:06:43|
|Female||Beth Eburne||Hinckley Running Club||01:18:05|
|2005||Race not held|
|2004||Male||Karl Corpez||Aldershot Farnham & District AC||01:13:49|
|Female||Melanie Ellis||Shaftesbury Barnet||01:19:15|
|2003||Male||Erick Kiplagat||Mizuno RC||01:07:02|
|Female||Mara Yamauchi||Harrow AC||01:13:54|
|2002 (new course)||Male||Neo Molema||Nene Valley||01:05:30|
|2001 (revised course)||Male||Ray Dzikowski||West Four Harriers||01:14:50|
|Female||Clare Pauzers||Herne Hill Harriers||01:21:50|
|2000||Male||Ronald Adams||Portsmouth Joggers||01:10:48|
|Female||Tina Oldershaw||Paddock Wood AC||01:22:28|
The first Burnham Beeches Half Marathon was an off-road affair on the Portman Estate, over a course that included various obstacles including stiles! It was held on the 9th September 1980 and the winner was Graham Patton of Massey Ferguson in a time of 1:12:53. 1st female runner was Jill Standerwick of Porton Camp AC in 1:32:22. 346 runners competed. It is believed that the course may have been a bit short!
The following year the race HQ moved to Caldicot School, with a course through and around Burnham Beeches. Although there have been at least two course changes over the years, the modern event follows the same, successful, formula but now has a measurement certificate!
Burnham Joggers AC was one of the early wave of running clubs that became popular in the 1970s. The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday evening at Burnham Cricket Club, heading out for runs in and around the village of Burnham. In the summer we are priviledged to have access to the National Trust owned grounds of the Cliveden Estate and, of course, the beautiful, traffic-free, lanes of Burnham Beeches.
In addition the Half Marathon, the club hosts the Cliveden Cross Country just after Christmas and a private 5k event for local clubs in the spring, also at Caldicott School. Profits generated from these events are donated to local charites chosen by members. Each year some £5-10,000 are given to good causes by the club.
Twice a year the club hosts a beginners course. From zero to 5k in 8 weeks is the promise. Lead by members who are qualified running coaches, many graduates from this course go on to become members and make running a regular part of their lives.
A popular race in the region's running calander. The testing 6 mile event takes place in January each year - with the 2016 event selling out well in advance.
Keep any eye on the Burnham Joggers website for details of the 2017 event. View Details
An undulating 5 mile trail in the private Hall Barn rural estate near Beaconsfield.
Look out for details of the 2017 event which we expect to be on Easter Monday 17 April