30 June 2019
Event Now Complete
Congratulations to all runners at this years Compton Verney Half Marathon. Results can be found by clicking onto the red Results navigation button. Thank you to Compton Verney House for allowing us to use their beautiful grounds from which to host the race from. Thank you also to all our volunteers, marshals and anyone who has helped put this race on. The only challenge now after a record entry is to encourage lots more people to come and do this gem of a race this time next year!
Who’s going to join us in September for Stratford’s Big 10K? We would love to see you there!!
Previously known as Edgehill Half Marathon we decided to rename it after the beautiful start / finish venue, the course doesn’t in fact go up Edgehill. We are always overwhelmed at how beautiful Compton Verney is when we are setting up and at the race. If you have never been, the beautiful house and grounds are well worth a visit.
The half marathon sets off from the front of the house and winds through the villages of Kineton, Little Kineton and Radway before returning up the “cheeky” Pittern Hill at 11.5 miles and back to finish on the lawns of Compton Verney by the lake.
The last two years have been blessed with beautiful weather, we had to make sure there was plenty of water available but it made for glorious events.
There is also a 1K Kids race that will start after the Half Marathon has finished. You can register for this on race day.
Click on the red button to enter online. If you would like to enter by post, please contact us and we’ll send you a postal entry. We don’t send numbers or timing chips out but they will be available to collect on race day.
Registration on Race Day
If the race limit hasn’t been reached, then there will be entries available on race day. Registration will be open from 7:30am.
The race starts at 9:30am near the front of Compton Verney House.
Affiliated runners £28
Unaffiliated runners £30
Please note there is also a small transaction fee.
Route Map & Course Information
Starting at Compton Verney the route turns left over Spring Hill towards Kineton and turns right in the village through Little Kineton and heads out to the A422. The first water station will be just after Little Kineton. Turning left along the A422 for a short section before turning left past water station number 2, and then through the village of Radway. After Radway and just before turning back on to the A4086 is water station number 3, and then runners head back to Kineton. At the church in Kineton there will be another water station before running back to Compton Verney, finishing right by the house.
There will be 4 water stations. A choice of water or energy drink will be available and it will be in cups.
Post-Race Nutrition – the cafe at Compton Verney will be open for you to purchase foods to replace all the calories you’ve burned off during the race.
Prizes will be handed out on the day in the finish area. There are prizes for the first 3 finishers of each gender and the first in each age group receives starting from 35 and going up in 10 year increments. If an age group winner also finishes in the top 3 then the age group prize rolls down to the next finisher.
Baggage & Toilets
Baggage can be left at Registration and will be moved around the corner to be by the finish.
Toilets are available within the Compton Verney building
Up to six weeks prior to the race entrants will receive a full refund less a £2.00 admin fee.
After this deadline, no refunds are offered, however an entry may be transferred to another runner on provision of full details a least a week prior to the race. Entries cannot be transferred on race day.
All contact should be made by email
Music Whilst Running
No earphones please! From 1 April 2016, a new rule regarding the wearing of head phones in road races was introduced into the 2016-2018 edition of the UKA Rules of Competition: –
“The wearing of headphones, or similar devices, (other than those medically prescribed), is not permitted in races on any single carriageway road that is not wholly closed to traffic.”
This includes bone conducting earphones.