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Worthing RUNFEST Common Questions

Below are common questions that you may have.

If you have any questions that are not below please contact us and we will get back to you.

Sunday 2025.

Worthing Half Marathon starts at 9.30am.

Worthing 10k starts at 11.10am. 

The Guildcare Family Mile starts at 12.30am.

WORTHING 10K:

Standard Entry [From 2nd Dec 2023 at 9:01am]:

Club Entry – £30.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee | Non Club Entry – £32.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee

Late Entry [From 28th March 2023 at 9:01am]:

Club Entry – £34.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee | Non Club Entry – £36.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee

WORTHING HALF MARATHON: 

Standard Entry [From 2nd Dec 2023 at 9:01am]:

Club Entry – £35.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee | Non Club Entry – £37.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee

Late Entry [From 28th March 2023 at 9:01am]:

Club Entry – £39.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee | Non Club Entry – £37.00 plus £2.50 Transaction fee

Affiliated Members of British Athletics running clubs receive an £2 off entries.

Yes, you can run for any cause of your choice. Once you have your place you can contact that charity direct.

If you enter through a Public Entry place you do not have to fundraise, however many runners do and enjoy this experience.

When your ready start your gofundme page and get fundraising. Click here

Race entries are NOT TRANSFERABLE and NON-DEFERABLE. We do not permit a change of race number. A full refund will only be offered within 14 days of payment. After this there will be NO REFUNDS, DEFERRALS TO NEXT YEAR OR TRANSFERS TO ANOTHER RUNNER.

es, you can run for any cause of your choice. Once you have your place you can contact that charity direct.

If you enter through a Public Entry place you do not have to fundraise, however many runners do and enjoy this experience.

When your ready start your gofundme page and get fundraising. Click here

Please find your final instructions here

We have start line toilets in Steyne Gardens.

The toilets on the course will be located by the water stations.

There are also public toilets by Worthing Lido and Worthing Pier.

For the 10k the water station will be at 7km.

For the half marathon, water stations will be at 3.5 miles, 7 miles and 9.7 miles. Maurten will be at 7 miles.

Our friendly baggage team will collect your bags in Steyne Gardens near the start line. Click here for the exact location

Please provide your own bags.

RACE NUMBER COLLECTION:

From Worthing parkrun finish line 20th & 27th April (9.15am – 10.15am).

From Run, Station Parade, 14a Tarring Rd, Worthing BN11 4SS between 18th (from 11am -5pm) – 26th April.

From Chatsworth Hotel (Steyne Gardens) on the 27th April (from 1pm – 5pm)

On Race day from 9.45am in Steyne Gardens.

All town centre car parks remain open. We advise Half Marathon runners to use Grafton car park but access will be limited from the West at Marine Parade. At 14:00 access will open from all directions. We advise using High Street Multi Story car park, Montague Quarter Car Park, Worthing Union Place , Lyndhurst Road Beach House West Car Park.

Steyne Gardens, Worthing BN11 3DZ

You can find the Worthing 10k course here:

Worthing 10k Course map

The Worthing Half Marathon course map can be found here:

Worthing Half Marathon Course Map

Yes, using a timing chip that is contained in your race number.

Sorry, this goes against our health and safety regulations and breaks our public liability insurance. We are responsible for our registered runners only and require emergency information incase something happens.

There is a 3.5 hour cut of time due to the roads having to be re-opened. Anyone outside 3 hours will have to move onto the pavements to complete the route.

Yes, you can run with your pram. Please select your expecting finish time for when running with your pram so we can put you in the correct wave.

Yes, this event will start on Marine Parade and is on fully closed roads!

As this is a fully road closed event you can wear headphones. We strongly advise you only wear one earphone or use aftershock headphones or similar so that you can still hear important marshal instructions and stay aware of other runners on the course.

The race is fully on roads and concrete.

All courses have been measured by Olympic Games measurer Hugh Jones on behalf Association of UK Course Measurers

Our event is ran under RUNBRITAIN rules.

We will be having a party in Steyne Gardens on our music stage.

The Worthing 10k 2025 date will be announced soon. It will start at 11.10am.

The Worthing half 2025 date will be announced soon. It will start at 9.30am.