Midsummer 10K Race

A fast, flat race held this year on Tuesday June 14th

We are excited to see the return of the Midsummer 10k for 2022!

Online entries are now open.

After a 2-year break, this popular midweek race is back and we can’t wait to see you on the start line again. If you have never raced the 10k before, it’s a fast, flat course that takes you out on a loop of quiet country lanes between Clevedon and the village of Kingston Seymour and has plenty of PB potential.

The overall winner in 2019 was Alan Baker in a time of 33 minutes and 1 second, while the first woman home was Hannah Alderson 36 minutes and 22 seconds. There were 478 finishers overall.


About the course

The race starts on the outskirts of Clevedon and immediately heads out onto quiet roads on flat farmland. Runners take a left turn onto back lane and arrive in the picturesque village of Kingston Seymour, where there will be a water station, just before the halfway point.

The route continues along marshalled country lanes before making a sharp right to return to the T-junction that takes you back towards Clevedon. The course passes the start line and crosses a small bridge before finishing at the gates of Mary Elton School.

Water will be available at the finish, and we would appreciate you moving into the school playing field area where you can cool down and relax also and join your fellow runners.


1st Senior Man
£50 Cash
1st Senior Woman
£50 Cash
First five senior men
First five senior Women
First two male veterans over 40
First two Women veterans over 40
First male veteran over 50
First Woman veteran over 50
First male veteran over 60
First Woman veteran over 60
First men’s team (four affiliated runners)
First Women's team (four affiliated runners)

Previous results

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Course Records

Men's Record

Rob Whalley (29:56)

Women's Record

Karen McCleod (33:41)