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Run Jericho is 10 runs old!

2022 will be the 10th Run Jericho! Over the years, Run Jericho has raised over £100,000 for St Barnabas Primary School. To celebrate the 10th Run Jericho, we are proud to announce a new 5K run.

Celebrating 10 Run Jericho runs!
Runners running the 10K Run Jericho route

Our classic, multi-terrain adult 10K race

Our 10K adult race goes through picturesque surroundings in north Oxford; starting and finishing at St Barnabas Primary School, it takes runners through Jericho, down the Oxford canal, looping around Port Meadow, and passing Wolvercote.

Learn more about the 10K race

Our all new 5K run

This year will be our first 5K run for over 11s and adults! Our 1 mile fun run has always been popular, and children leaving primary school want to continue running at Run Jericho, so we have added this new distance.

Learn more about the 5K run

The J and D's cow is ready to run
Children at the start of the Run Jericho 1 mile fun run

Our ever popular children’s 1 mile fun run

A favourite with volunteers, parents and of course the children, our fun run starts and finishes at St Barnabas Primary School, taking the young runners around Jericho and through the beautiful Worcester College in fully closed roads.

Learn more about the 1 mile fun run

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
G&D's Ice Cream Cafe
Nuffield Health
Dosa Park
Minns Estates
Harcourt Arms
The Old Book Binders
Christ Church Oxford
Somerville College
Lucy Properties
St John's College

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!