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The Rotary Club of Farnham Weyside has been supporting the community since 1984. Reg. Charity No. 1053391

The Award Winning

Farnham Pilgrim

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© 2009, 2012. The running monk logo for The Pilgrim event was designed by Rev. Ron Wood, and modified by Ian Carley. It is the property of The Rotary Club of Farnham Weyside.

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Sunday, 13th  September, 2015

 

The Start of the 2014 Full Marathon

Take the challenge of the Farnham Pilgrim Marathon or Half-Marathon!


Both routes are measured, multi-terrain, and mainly off-road, using footpaths and country lanes East of Farnham. Some sections follow the popular North Downs Way, in the footsteps of pilgrims ancient and modern. Other parts may be an interesting discovery, even for regulars to the area. The routes will not necessarily follow those used in previous years, but the hills will still be there, as will the variety of scenery (see the map for a broad outline of the courses). As ever, the challenge will be rewarded with classic views of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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.

Come and see why the combination of a challenging cross-country race with what we believe to be unsurpassed support, attracts so many accolades.


Facilities


Free, supervised parking

Toilets, changing tents, bag store


Frequent Refreshment Stations


First Aid and radio support

Marked and well-marshalled route (the maximum distance between water-stations is 2.4 miles!)


Entertainment, souvenir sales.

Massage service

Children’s play area.


You will receive a very special welcome at the Finish.

Taking in the superb view from the summit of Puttenham Common (2014 Marathon)