Please do not attend parkrun if you display any COVID-19 symptoms

Wimpole Estate parkrun

What is Wimpole Estate parkrun?

A free, fun, and friendly weekly 5k community event. Walk, jog, run, volunteer or spectate – it's up to you!

When is it?

Every Saturday at 9:00am.

Where is it?

The event takes place at Wimpole Estate, Arrington, Royston, SG8 0BW (please note that parking is £2 or free to NT members). See Course page for more details.

What does it cost to join in?

Nothing - it's free! but please register before you first come along. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don't forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won't get a time

How fast do I have to be?

We all take part for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

Wimpole Estate parkrun needs you!

It is entirely organised by volunteers - email to help.

We're friendly!

Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in The National Trust Old Rectory Restaurant however Wimpole Estate are temporarily unable to provide refreshments - please feel free to bring your own drinks and picnics to enjoy with friends after the run - please come and join us!

Supported By

Thanks to this week's volunteers

Andrew STRATTON  •  Andy SMITH  •  Bill MATTHEWS  •  Catherine MARTIN  •  Dawn GREEN  •  Gavin KILPATRICK  •  Graham JONES  •  Jane REED  •  Joanna MUNCEY  •  John Christopher LEE  •  Julie CUCCUI  •  Julie L MAIDMENT  •  Megan WALSH  •  Nick TELFORD-REED  •  Peter BENNET  •  Peter ROBERTS  •  Robert KING  •  Simon SKINNER  •  Simon WARD  •  Sue GLASSE  •  Sue O'FARRELL  •  Tina FILBY  •  Tom ELTON  •  Wendy CATON  •  Will O'NIONS

See our volunteer page for information on how you can get involved.


Wimpole Estate parkrun takes place every Saturday at 9:00am.

Other parkruns nearby

Storeys Field (7.9m), Coldham’s Common (9.9m), Fulbourn Hospital (10.3m), Pocket (10.9m), Henlow Bridge Lakes (12.1m), Letchworth (12.2m), Huntingdon (14.8m), Stevenage (17.4m), Bedford (17.5m), Great Denham (19.6m)