Chichester 10k

Be a 10k megastar and kick off the running calendar at the iconic Motor Circuit.

Event details

Location: Goodwood Motor Circuit
When: Sunday 2nd February 2025 at 9:30am
Activity type: Runs
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At a glance

The Chichester 10k is a fast, flat route - perfect for beginners and seasoned runners wanting to improve their personal best!

- Costs: from £25
- No minimum sponsorship, just raise as much as you can!
- Pacemakers out on route

Worthing 10k 2019 runners

What you'll get

From us:
- unique St Barnabas running vest when you fundraise over £50
- support from an experienced fundraising team who can help you reach your goal!

From the event provider:
- finisher's medal;
- free runner photography.

More details about Chichester 10k
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  1. Register now on the Chichester 10k website.
  2. Get in touch with us once you’ve got your place
  3. We’ll be in touch with your own bespoke events pack, including fundraising hints and tips and sponsorship form.

We know it’s tough for so many people at the moment with the rising cost of energy, fuel and food so fundraising might feel hard. We’ve here to lend a hand and have lots of top tips for you on our fundraising hub.

Remember to sign up to JustGiving – you can quickly set up your page and easily share your story with your friends and family – sharing across your social media accounts straight away, you can even connect it to your Strava account! Your sponsorship will come directly to us, including Gift Aid.

You can find details about the race day on the Chichester 10k website.

If you have a question about fundraising for Team St B’s, please get in touch, we’ve also put together lots of helpful tips with how to get started with your running training.

How your fundraising makes a difference

There's no minimum sponsorship when you take on this challenge, but every penny and pound you raise will make a huge difference to adults with life-limiting illnesses and their families.


could give a patient an afternoon with the hospice’s artist-in-residence, using creativity to explore complex feelings


could pay for a visit from a Community Nurse Specialist – assessing symptoms and providing emotional support


is enough to give a patient a day of hospice care at home, surrounded by home comforts and the people they love