Run Tatton 10K and Half Marathon

Following the success of the Run Tatton 10K & Half Marathon, the event returns in 2019 spanning over two days and maintaining its festival like feel.

  • Booking essential

The 10k kicks off the weekend on the 2nd of November where there will be live musical performances, plenty of food stalls and lots of running! With Sunday 3rd bringing even more runnings, the half marathon event will conclude a fantastic weekend of personal running victories. Entries are limited to 2000 per event, so enter early to avoid disappointment and get a hold of your well deserved Tatton themed medal!


Additional prices
  • 10K £24.00
  • Half Marathon £30.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 01625 374400
Entries are limited to 500 per month.
This race is intended for adults
Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at this event.
Meeting point
Directions given on entry to the parkland.
What to bring and wear
Please wear appropriate outdoor running clothes. The parkland can be muddy, so appropriate shoes are essential.
Disabled parking is available near the starting site.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
2 November 2019 09:00 - 11:00 Available
3 November 2019 09:00 - 11:00 Available

Contact Info

Tatton Park
Call 01625 374400

Upcoming events


Sat 19 Oct 2019
Discover the art of the oldest craft in the world: Flintknapping.

Autumn Adventures

Sat 19 Oct 2019
Celebrate the rich vibrancy of autumn across our wonderful estate.

The Tatton Ball

Sat 19 Oct 2019
In 1897, Tatton hosted an extravagant costumed ball in celebration of Wilbraham Egerton's Earldom.

Maurice Egerton's 'Kenyan Legacy' Exhibition in the Mansion

Sat 19 Oct 2019
Maurice, 4th Lord Egerton left a lasting legacy in Kenya. This Mansion exhibition explores the development of his African estates and the story of his time in Kenya, where he is still celebrated and held in great affection today.

Pumpkin Supper

Sat 19 Oct 2019
Come down to the Farm to meet all your Farm yard favourites and then it’s off in search of the perfect pumpkin.

Axe Casting

Sun 20 Oct 2019
Discover how some the earliest metal tools were produced in prehistoric Britain. This workshop is led by experimental archaeologist James Dilley from the University of Southampton.