MK24 Midsummer Run
2:00pm Saturday 17th – 2:00pm Sunday 18th June 2023
*** Entries will be open from 1st October 2022 ***
PRICES FROZEN FROM 2022 UNTIL 31st DECEMBER 2022 …. SO BOOK NOW !!!!
until 31st Dec 2022. after 1st Jan 2023
Entry Prices are:-
Redway Runners, EA Affilated.
Redway Runners, Non EA Affiliated.
Others, EA Affilated
Others, Non EA Affilated
All Juniors (Price Freeze)
(Unfortunately, due to increase prices to hold the event, we have been forced again to show a slight increase in entry price. However, we have managed to freeze prices until 31st December 2022. All profits go to the Redway Runners ‘Charity of the Year’)
NEW FOR 2023
Every entry will receive our special cool tee-shirt FREE
The event starts at 2pm on Saturday afternoon and will continue for 24 hours until the last runners return to the race HQ by 2pm on the Sunday. The route follows the Midsummer Ley Line in a number of places and includes many of the key icons of Milton Keynes along the way.
“OH MY GOODNESS I CAN’T RUN FOR 24 HOURS”
It’s not like that. Our motto is “Run it Your Way” and that’s exactly what you can do. Take a break between laps to soak up the event village atmosphere or have a snooze. Its up to you.
Some I guess will want to run as much as possible, others in a team of 2-6, but the aim is to run as much or as little as you like.
For example, each lap consists of approximately 6.55 miles (1/4 Marathon) so if you ever wanted to run a half or full marathon, all you need to do is complete 2 or 4 laps over the 24-hour period. Or go further and complete 5 laps or more (UKA rules allow over 20s only) for an Ultra Marathon. Or why not try to beat the record of 16 laps or 105 miles !!!!!!
If you only want to do just the one lap, no problem, we are all inclusive and everyone who enters receives
- the bespoke medal for 2023 plus
- our iconic and much sought after embroidered hand Towel plus,
- your own special MK24 cool tee-shirt and
- our now famous distance pin badges for completing 13.1 miles (2 laps), 26.2 miles (4 laps), Ultra (5 laps), Double Marathon (8 laps).
Juniors between 12 and 18 years are welcome to join us at the MK24 ‘Midsummer Run’ in 2023. Juniors under 15 years will not be permitted to run the entire course but run half laps of approximately 5km. By completing two half laps over the 24 hours, they will be eligible for the fantastic MK24 medal plus the Iconic embroidered hand towel. We insist that the young people are supervised whilst on site but not necessarily on the run as I guess most of them run faster than us adults. If you wish to join in the fun with your children, then why not enter too.
Camping is available all weekend (Friday & Saturday) or overnight (Saturday) in the campsite, so why not enjoy the atmosphere of the event village.
*** Camp site prices remain the same as 2022 ***
- £15 all weekend, or £10 Saturday only (TENTS) (Pitch size 5m x 7m)
- £20 all weekend, or £15 Saturday Only (Campervans) (No EHU or generators)
Portable Toilets will be available on site, with other public toilets nearby courtesy of Willen Lake and The Parks Trust.
Nearby showers available at the Premier Inn.
Snacks, water and hot drinks will be available FREE of charge. All we ask that you bring your own re-fillable water bottle or mugs
Hot and cold food will be available to purchase from nearby vendors including the Café, Pub/Restaurant, Pizza van and not to be missed our very own charity BBQ serving Burgers, Hot dogs and Bacon Rolls.
To enter the event, each person will need to do so in person, but the entry form allows you to enter with others by naming your team and team leader. This will enable us to link entries together. Please ensure that you spell these details correctly.
Prizes for the fastest lap, and Individuals or Teams who completes the most laps over the 24-hour period.
Redway Runner members should select the Redway Runners catagory below or log into their club profile to take advantage of the members discount.
***** The event is held under UKA rules. Licensed by ‘The Trail Running Association’, ‘The Parks Trust’ & ‘Willen Lake’. *****