Please note – all parkrun events in this country are currently suspended due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). For further details please click here.

On 7th August, parkrun HQ released a parkrun COVID-19 Event Framework which you can read here.

If you would like to get back into running or start running for the first time, why not go along to your nearest parkrun to walk/jog with others who are trying to get into running as well? parkruns are weekly, timed 5k runs that are for every ability. Many people start off walking at the beginning and gradually progress this to a walk/jog until they are able to run the full distance. parkruns are for the local community, their ethos is to create a welcoming environment to support each other to get active and enjoy running together. Further information about parkrun, is detailed below:

Free weekly events

There are 15 5k events and 10 junior parkrun events (2k) that take place every weekend across Hertfordshire.

parkruns are free, weekly timed 5km runs that happen every Saturday morning starting at 9am. You can walk, jog or run. They are open to all ages (from 4) and abilities. Children under the age of 11 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Junior parkrun takes place at 9am on Sunday mornings. These are a shorter distance of 2km and are free, timed runs open to children aged 4 – 14 years. Adults are allowed to run with the children, you just can’t go through the finish funnel and collect a timing chip.

Register for your barcode here

parkrun practice Initiative

As an organisation we are fully supportive of the parkrun practice initiative, the collaboration between the Royal College of General Practitioners and parkrun UK to promote the health and wellbeing of staff and patients. To find out more information about the initiative please visit the parkrun practice Initiative page.

To find your nearest parkrun, visit the parkrun website.

parkrun is organised by volunteers and is always delighted to hear from people who would like to get involved; how little or often is entirely up to you – there’s no ongoing commitment.

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