Trust10 at Speke Hall

Visitor running through the woods

Close up of an oak leaf

Please note

The safety of our visitors and staff is our priority and with social distancing still in place, we've made the difficult decision to cancel all Trust10 events due to take place at Speke Hall this year. We're really sorry for any inconvenience.

We've designed a special route with you in mind - a chance to enjoy peaceful routes, beautiful views and have a great training opportunity. If 5k is more your distance, feel free to run one loop of the course.

Friends and families are more than welcome to join you and can give you much needed support and encouragement at the start and end of the course. Speke Hall Home Farm restaurant will open early to serve hot and cold refreshments, tea cakes, toast and bacon or sausage sandwiches.  Perfect to warm you up after you've finished your run!

The basics

You don't need to pre-register for Trust10: just turn up on the day and join in. Places are limited to 200, so please arrive for registration on time as latecomers may be turned away. Please allow a few minutes before the start of the race to fill out your emergency contact details as we need to hold these during the event.

Your registration point is at Home Farm carpark where you will need to sign in at your allocated times. We advise pre- registered runners arrive between 8:40 to 8:45am and non-registered runners at 8:30am to 8:40am.

Trust10 runs are recommended for 14 year olds and above.  Children should be supervised and remain the responsibility of parents/guardians throughout the event.

No dogs can take part in Trust10. Dogs are welcome around the property but must be kept on short leads and kept out of the formal gardens.

If you are a National Trust member we ask for you to bring your card to scan on exit. Your National Trust membership really helps to support Speke Hall. 

What to bring and wear

If timing is important to you, bring your own device and monitor your time each time you take part.

Please arrive dressed and ready for the event. Bring warm clothing and a clean kit to change. Normal running shoes or trail shoes are suitable. No studs are required on your trail shoes.

If you're running by yourself, why not get one of our new Trust10 ICE tags to store your emergency details?

Home Farm toilets will be open from 8.45am.


The route involves a mix of trails and gradients and mixed surfaces through woodland and costal reserve which consists of grass, tarmac and gravel.


Speke Hall opens at 10.30am to visitors. If you wish to visit after the Trust10 run, please note that normal admission prices apply.