Lewes AC Easter Fun Runs 2 April 2018
The Lewes Athletic Club Easter Fun Runs are held every Easter Monday (this year on 2 April 2018) as part of the West Sussex Fun Run League.
Held at the Lewes Athletic Club track at Wave Leisure Centre, there are three events: The toddlers’ trot, an 800m race around the track for small children (aided by their parents and carers if need be), a junior 1 mile race (adults can run if they wish) and a 10km race (for over-15s only).
The fun runs are held at the Wave Leisure Centre on Mountfield Road, Lewes BN7 2XG.
Please use the track entrance, rather than the main reception of the leisure centre – there will be signs directing you to the back of the building, where you will find the entrance to the sports hall we will be using.
Refreshments, changing and showers are available and we will also provide additional toilets next to registration.
To register for this event, click below.
Please note: We will not be sending out numbers to pre-registered athletes; please collect your number from the registration desks on the day.
9am Registration opens
10.30am Toddler’s Trot
10.40am One mile race
11.00am 10km race
The Toddler’s Trot is two laps around the track.
The 1 mile junior race starts on the track, takes a half-mile detour out through the Priory School grounds and Ham Lane, and finishes back on the track.
The 10k race (for those aged 15 or over) starts from the running track, leaves the track area, and finishes back at the running track. The course is multi-terrain and mainly traffic-free using tracks and footpaths to the south of Lewes. It is well-signed and marshalled. Some of the course is on private land, so please do not run it at other times of the year.
Parking is free but limited, so please car share, if at all possible. We have three car parks, all owned by the local college, on or just off Mountfield Road (but do not park in the leisure centre please).
We will have marshals to direct drivers but the car parks do fill up quickly and once they are full, you will have to find alternative parking, which can be difficult (and expensive) in Lewes.
Please respect local residents and please remember that the marshals are runners too and if the car parks are full when you arrive, it is not their fault!
The car parks will be locked at 3pm – after that time, you won’t be able to get your car out. If you are planning to spend more time in Lewes, consider moving your car beforehand.
Instead of driving, why not come by train or bus?
The train station is a 5 or 6 minute walk from the leisure centre; the bus station is about a 10 to 15 minutes walk.