WINDSOR HALF MARATHON
Sunday 26th September 2021
We will of course, continue to monitor all Covid19 announcements from the Government and RunBritain (the Sports Licensing Authority) and act accordingly. We will inform all entrants as and when any announcements are made.
Windsor Half Marathon
Race Entry Early Bird
UKA Club Member Half Marathon: £37.50
Half Marathon: £39.50
Overseas Entry: £48.00
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Postal Entry form can be downloaded from here
Race Entry – 1st April 2021 until Race is Full
UKA Club Member Half Marathon: £40.00
Half Marathon: £42.00
Overseas Entry: £50.00
Race Day Timetable:
9.00am Sprite Sprint – (5 – 9 year olds)
10.00am Windsor Half Marathon – Main Event
10.15am Glynn Shefford Memorial Run (age 10 and Over)
- Free car parking adjacent to Race Village
- Free Baggage drop
- Free finishers medal
- Free children’s entertainment
- Traffic Free course
- Food & drink franchises
- Posh toilets on site
- Toilets on course
- 6 drinks stations manned by experienced volunteers.
- Enthusiastic course marshals.
- 1st Class Medical support on site and on course
Windsor Great Park, the only Royal Park managed by The Crown Estate, was once part of a vast Norman hunting forest which was enclosed in the late thirteenth century. The antiquity of the landscape is enhanced by the scattering of great ancient oaks for which the Great Park and its forest are renowned.
Prince Albert further developed the farming and forestry interests when Queen Victoria made him the Park Ranger. The second of the parks three equestrian statues depicts Prince Albert, and overlooks Smiths Lawn.
It was during Victoria’s reign that a school was built educate children of park workers, a function it still partly serves to this day, although its roll-call now extends beyond the park boundaries.
A further social development in the twentieth century was the building of a village to house estate workers, complete with Post Office and General Store.
The present herd of red deer was established in 1979 by the current Park Ranger, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, and the 600 strong herd are direct descendents of 40 hinds and two stags introduced from the Balmoral Estate.
In 2002, to mark the Golden Jubilee a third equestrian statue, of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on horseback, was commissioned by The Crown Estate Commissioners, and now sits at the southern end of Queen Anne’s ride.