Run by and for the community, raising money for local charities and community organisations

2015 entries are now open!

Entries are now open for the 24th annual Hook Fun Run & Road Race, which takes place on Sunday 17th May 2015.

Again this year you have a choice of race distances - 10 miles, 6 miles or 2.5 miles.

You can enter all events online!

The 2.5 miles fun run is now full. Entries are still open for the 2.5 miles race which is over the same course and is suitable for everyone..

Alternatively you can download an entry form here and post it to us with your payment.

No entries will be available on the day of the event.

We are delighted to announce that our principal sponsor this year is William Grant & Sons, the independent family distiller located on the Bartley Wood Business Park in Hook. William Grant & Sons is a leader in the UK spirits industry with a portfolio of premium brands and are delighted to be supporting the local community in 2015 in the form of the Hook Fun Run and Road Race.

We hope you can join us at this year's event. Last year with your help, we raised over £9,000 for local charities and community groups taking our total amount raised since we started in 1992 to over £100,000.

We advise you to get your entry in early to avoid being disappointed!!

The small print:

  1. The £2.00 discount for the 10 miles and 6 miles races only applies to members of running clubs that are affiliated to UK Athletics. The 10 miles race is open to anyone 17 years or older, 6 miles race is open to anyone aged 15 or above.
  2. All entries are subject to the Terms and conditions listed here on our website

Hook Fun Run reaches £100,000 milestone

It's true! Thanks to the donations we made following last year's Hook Fun Run and Road Race - including those to the Hook Infant and Junior Schools, and to the Hook & Odiham Lions - we have now donated £100,000 to local charities, schools and community organisations since the Hook Fun Run was first held back in 1992.

Celebrating at the Hook Fun Run Start Line are (L to R) Alison Pavitt - Hook Fun Run Team, Jan Sharp and Terry Cheeseman - Hook & Odiham Lions, Lynn Martin - Head Teacher at Hook Junior School and Jayne Purdue - Business Manager at Hook Infant School.

As an entirely non-profit-making event, we are so grateful to our sponsors who cover most of our costs so that we can donate the entry fees back to the community, and we are absolutely thrilled to reach this amazing milestone!

Thank you so much to everybody who has run over the years, and to all those who contribute their time and enthusiasm to help make the Hook Fun Run and Road Race happen, come rain or shine!

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