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The Rotary Club of Farnham Weyside has been supporting the community since 1984. Reg. Charity No. 1053391
© 2009, 2015. The running monk logo for The Pilgrim event was designed by Rev. Ron Wood, It is the property of The Rotary Club of Farnham Weyside.
This website was updated on 14th July
th September 2014
Sunday, 13th September, 2015
The Farnham Pilgrim was awarded a trophy for the “Best New Event” after its inaugural running in 2010. Since that date it has been consistently highly-rated by participants, and Runners World places it in the TOP TEN marathons for 2015.
In order to keep this Marathon “special” entries are restricted to 900 for 2015. This is split up between; Full marathon places (400), half marathon places (500), Please enter soon to avoid disappointment!
Family fun walk - 2.2 mile walk with great views (Donation to charity) plus
other fun activities to keep supporters happy.
Children’s play area on site.
Bacon sandwiches available from the Woodlarks. plus the HOBO.co artisan coffee.
Free, supervised parking.
Loads of toilets.
Changing tents with bag store.
First Aid and radio support.
Fully marshaled route
Many water stations throughout routes.
Bespoke medals to all finishers.
Men : 1st / 2nd / 3rd Vets 1st Over 40, 1st Over 50, 1st Over 60
Women : 1st / 2nd / 3rd Vets 1st Over 35, 1st Over 45, 1st Over 55
(other prizes depending on number of entries in each category)
Take the challenge of the Farnham Pilgrim Marathon or Half-Marathon!
The Farnham Pilgrim Marathon (incorporating a half marathon and family walk), is organised entirely for charity by the Rotary Club of Farnham Weyside. It has the reputation of one of the toughest, scenic trail marathons / half marathons in the UK. It is set to be one of the "must-do" events of the year, again! The route is challenging after all - it is the Surrey hills! This is no ordinary marathon. It is a unique, bespoke event with the option of a Half marathon and fun walk for family, friends and supporters alike.
Taking in the superb view from the summit of Puttenham Common (2014 Marathon)
The Start of the 2014 Full Marathon