The 10th Titsey Trail 10k race takes place on Sunday, October 7 and funds raised will be for the Orpheus Centre at Godstone and Hurst Green’s Moor House School.
The event is being organised by the Oxted Runners and the Holland Sports Athletic Club, Hurst Green.
The race starts at 10.30am from near the Limpsfield Chart Golf Club and registration will be at the nearby Limpsfield CE Infants School.
Entry forms can be downloaded via the Titsey Trail website.
It’s a single-lap run through the lovely woodlands of Limpsfield Common and the High Chart of Surrey and Kent. Most of the land is owned by the the Titsey Estate or National Trust.
The course is almost entirely off-road along tracks, footpaths and bridleways, with a brief stretch along a country lane. The first two kilometres are flat(ish), followed by some quite stiff drags (through lovely autumnal woodlands!) as you climb onto the beautiful, peaceful, wooded plateau of the High Chart, but no steep hills.
After the first water stop at kilometre 4.5 there is a short loop through the woods that brings you back to the same water stop at kilometre 6. After that you can concentrate on enjoying a fast run back, dropping down off the Chart for the run home. The finish is on the same bridleway that you ran along at the start.
Photos by kevin black show some runners in a previous Titsey Trail and the route of the run