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Registration is now open

You can now register for this year’s 10k run, 5k run, or 1 mile fun run. Please register early to avoid disappointment! There is no registration on the day.

Run with us! An event for runners of all levels.
Runners running the 10K Run Jericho route

Are you ready for the adult 10K race?

If you have registered for our adult 10K race, then it’s time to get warmed up! We have some handy guides on training for a 10K run, as well as information on race times, how to get here, and what to do on the day.

The J and D's cow is ready to run

5K run … what’s your personal best?

The 5K run, for ages 12 and over, is a challenging race, so we have provided some great exercises and running tips to help you achieve your best. We also have information on race times, how to get here, and what to do on the day.

Children’s 1 mile fun run … let’s get those legs moving

It’s time to channel your child’s excitement and prepare them for the day. We have provided some fun exercises and activities to get them ready, as well as providing information on race times, how to get here, and what to do on the day.

Road Closures

As a Jericho resident, you may be affected by some brief road closures. If you are not intending to drive during the closures, you can leave your car parked as normal.

Learn more about road closures

Would you like to sponsor Run Jericho?

Run Jericho raises money for St Barnabas Primary School. Any amount is greatly appreciated and helps support local children, so please get in contact if you would like to sponsor the event.

Finders Keepers Property
Worcester College
Cache Solutions
Dosa Park
Minns Estates
The Old Bookbinders
Christ Church Oxford
Sommerville College
Lucy Properties

Volunteer and help us make Run Jericho a success!

Run Jericho is an event created by and run by volunteers, and we always need willing helpers. Whether you can spare 30 minutes before the event to mark out the course, spend the morning as a marshal pointing runners in the right direction, or handing out water to tired runners when they return to St Barnabas … every little helps!