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The course

The course is in Titchfield Park, Hucknall, Nottingham. The course is 2000m (2K) long. This has been accurately measured by us with a professional measuring wheel. The course is run on a mixture of tarmac paths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Marshals will be located along the course.

The course will be marshalled so that juniors will be in sight of a marshal at all times.

Please remember that the parkrun uses shared paths. Please give way to other park users. This won't slow you down and will help ensure the overall success of the event.

Please, wherever possible walk, jog, cycle or use public transport when attending the event. If you do have to drive, please consider car-sharing to reduce our impact on both the environment and other park users. Please also watch out for other park users when arriving and leaving. Parking may be limited so try to arrive early.

junior parkrun rules and guidelines

Hucknall junior parkrun is a fun, free event organised by volunteers for the benefit of everyone. To make the event as safe as possible, participants, spectators and volunteers are asked to take note of the following rules and guidelines:

  • Whilst parkrun fully accepts its duty of care and will do everything it can to minimise risk of injury and harm to all participants whilst at parkrun events, it is parent/guardians who ultimately have responsibility for the welfare of their children.
  • It is not mandatory for a parent/guardian to participate in junior parkruns, but children under the age of 11 must be accompanied to/from the event by a responsible adult, and the responsible adult must remain in attendance for the duration of the event.
  • Junior events are open and inclusive. Disabled people may participate wherever it is safe for them to do so. The event team can provide disabled participants with course information in order that the participant (or their parent/guardian) can make an informed decision about their safe participation.
  • Whilst more competitive children can use junior parkruns to test themselves against their own time, and against others, participation should ultimately be for fun, and we urge all parents/guardians/volunteers not to put children under undue pressure to perform.
  • Participants should be able to complete (run, jog, walk) 2km. Health advice about running can be found at the excellent Runners' Medical Resource website (although this external website focuses on preparation for a race and does not describe parkrun events).
  • junior parkruns are running, jogging and walking events, and the use of children’s scooters, balance bikes, trikes or cycles is prohibited.
  • Slower runners are encouraged to seed themselves, by starting towards the back of the group especially if an adult is accompanying them.
  • junior parkruns are timed events. Only those aged between 4 to 14 years old completing the course themselves will be given a result. Due to COVID-19 restrictions only those aged 4 to 10 years old may take part until further notice.
  • Exceptions to this rule are subject to the discretion of the Event and/or Run Director. Examples include those over 14 with special educational needs (SEN) or those with a registered disability, for whom social interaction and physical activity may be difficult but important.
  • A strict ‘no barcode no result’ policy will be enforced.
  • Buggies are allowed, subject to course conditions, but only if the adult pushing the buggy is accompanying a junior runner. Adults with buggies are urged to position themselves appropriately for the safety and enjoyment of all.
  • Dogs or other pets are not allowed to take part in junior parkruns.
  • When running, take care should be taken on uneven surfaces and participants should watch out for other park users, animals, vehicles, park maintenance work, trees, posts and other obstacles around the course. All parkrunners should be considerate to the park and all other park users at all times.
  • Spectators should keep clear of participants on the course and keep control of any children and dogs.
  • Participants should take care near roads and car parks, congregate away from the cars and be careful if driving to/from the event.
  • Photography or filming is likely to take place at junior parkrun events. Please see our photos page for more details.
  • Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection spread to humans by infected ticks. Consider protecting yourself by wearing repellent when at parkrun events in grassy or wooded areas. See for further details.

Please consider helping the event by volunteering - this event survives only because of your generosity. Please visit the volunteer page for more information.

Course map

Course description

We meet at the Titchfield Park café building situated between the Park Drive car park and the cricket pitch.
This is a 2-lap clockwise course which starts on the grass near the Broomhill Road pedestrian entrance. Head from the start towards the cricket pitch turning left onto the tarmac path. Follow the path around the pitch then head towards the War memorial. Turn right at the toilets, follow the path keeping the skate park on your right, then turn right again up the small incline back towards the cricket pitch. Turn left on the path towards the football pitches then continue on the grass following the park perimeter back to the start. Repeat the lap back to the start then continue towards the café for the finish.


Parking: The closest parking can be accessed off Park Drive, a second car park can be accessed from Beardall Street which is a short walk to the start. There is also parking around the perimeter of the park along Park Drive.

Toilets: Located next to the Café with disabled access.

General: The park contains a large play area for all ages, a skate park, bowling greens, café, football, cricket pitches and an all-weather multisport area.

Location of start

We meet at the Titchfield Park café building situated between the Park Drive car park and the cricket pitch.

Getting there by public transport

Tram: The NET tram stop for Hucknall is located approximately 1 mile from the park. Trams run on a regular basis from Nottingham City Centre, see for more information.

Bus/Rail: Unfortunately these services do not run early enough on a Sunday to attend the venue

Getting there on foot

The park is easily accessible from Hucknall town centre and local housing. There are various entrances to the park from Park Drive, Broomhill Road, Laburnum Close, Beardall Street and Brookside.

Getting there by road

If using sat nav, the nearest postcode is NG15 7LJ, this takes you to the Park Drive entrance of the park.

From Hucknall High street: Turn onto Watnall Road, turn left on Beardall Street and then right onto Park Drive. Titchfield park is on the left.

From M1, junction 27: Head east on the A608, signposted Mansfield, exit onto A611 Annesley Road, signposted Hucknall, stay on the A611 (Hucknall bypass) and exit onto Watnall Road/B6009, Turn right onto Farleys Lane and then continue onto Park Drive and past Broomhill Road, Titchfield park is on the right.

Free parking is available within Titchfield park at both the Park Drive and Beardall Street Entrance.

Post run coffee

Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in Titchfield Park Café - please come and join us!