Date for next years race is 18th February 2018

Click here to enter the 2018 race

 2017 Results available here

 

The Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon will be 35 years old in 2018!

Famed for the scenic and challenging route (the 300 foot ascent of Spring Hill at Fordcombe is to be mentioned), meticulous organisation, value for money and friendly marshals, it was voted the ‘Most Improved Race in the UK’ in 2009 and was voted the No.2 Half Marathon in the UK in 2011 by Runner’s World readers. It is one of the biggest events in the UK organised by a running club and Tunbridge Wells Harriers are very proud to have hosted the event for over 30 years. Over the last 5 years the race has also donated over £120,000 to charity and some worthy local causes directly from race surplus. We are hugely grateful to all of our sponsors and partners particularly this year to Hendy Ford our sponsor for the 2018 event. Our race is organised by volunteers from Tunbridge Wells Harriers. We donate all our surplus to charity. This year we are supporting the Pickering Centre as our main charity, with The Bridge Trust and Tunbridge Wells Counselling Centre. Other local Charities we support are the TW CAB and Compaid, Any donations with your entry will be shared between the 3 headline charities. Thank you very much. For £28 (or £26 for England Athletics Affiliated Club Member) inclusive with entry fees, competitors will receive a technical fabric long sleeved running T-shirt, a bespoke medal, accurate chip timing, secure baggage facilities and entry admin fees. Below you can find details of the course, information for on the day, the prizes and trophies, last years report and the results. If you have any questions not answered in the sections below or the FAQ page, please contact us.

Half Marathon Contact

"DCIM101GOPRO"A selection of aerial photos and videos from the 2015 race are available on the Tunbridge Wells Harriers photo site at photos.twharriers.org.uk, made possible by the kind participation of Blayne Jackson at X-Cell Aerial Surveys