Little Stoke parkrun - Weekly Free 5km Timed Run

What was Little Stoke parkrun?

It was a 5km run that took place every Saturday.

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It is with great regret that we are announcing the closure of Little Stoke parkrun.


This is a disappointing outcome for everyone at parkrun, the dedicated team of volunteers who have worked so hard on the event since 2012, and of course the participants who have benefitted so much from a free, local, accessible 5k every Saturday morning in Little Stoke Park.


Since the vote, on the 12th of April, by Stoke Gifford Parish Council to introduce a charge for Little Stoke parkrun, we have made attempts to engage with the council to offer alternative ways of contributing to the sustainability of the park. Every parkrun is a partnership between the landowner, the volunteer team and the local community, and unfortunately we were unable to convince Stoke Gifford Parish Council of the true value of the event. Our intention has never been to force parkrun onto the Council, but instead to demonstrate the benefits that weekly, free, fun, physical activity provides to their community.


Therefore, as the Council has now revoked our permission to run in Little Stoke Park for free, we have taken the difficult decision to bring things to a conclusion and, for the first time, permanently close one of our free, weekly, timed runs.


See the news page for more detail.

Other parkruns nearby

Eastville (3.6m), Pomphrey Hill (4.8m), Thornbury (5.5m), Ashton Court (6.8m), Chipping Sodbury (7m), Somerdale Pavilion (7.5m), Severn Bridge (7.8m), Cromhall (8.7m), Rogiet (10.3m), Wotton (10.9m)