This event has been cancelled
The Tamworth Gate Gallop has been cancelled
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event has sadly been cancelled. Thank you so much to all #TeamStGiles members who had already secured their place. To find out more about the cancellation, please visit the event website here.
This is an enjoyable event for all the family and you don’t need to be a seasoned runner to take part. Choose from the 10km race, a 4km fun run or a shorter kids fun run all in support local people and their families.
We’d love you to be a part of #TeamStGiles. As a team, we’ll support you prior to the event with training tips and fundraising guides to help you reach your target. Need a little help in getting ready for the run? Find out about the Couch to Gallop training sessions which will help you get fit and raise even more for St Giles!
Location: Anker Valley Sports Complex, Amington, Tamworth, B77 3AX.
- £15 entry fee
- An off-road, traffic free race
- Start time 11.15am (race number collection 9am-10.45am)
- Entrants must be aged 15+
- Not suitable for disabled persons or dogs
- £9 entry fee
- A 4km run
- Start time 10.15am (race number collection 9-9.45am)
- Entrants must be aged 5+ and under 12’s must be accompanied by an adult
- £3 entry fee
- 600m run
- Register on the day between 9-9.30am
- Start time 9.45am
- Parents or guardians are welcome to accompany their children
- Entertainment, stalls and catering
- Fully marked and marshalled routes
- All entrants will be awarded a finisher medal and goodie bag
- Electronic chip timing for 10km and fun run (collect on event day)
- 10km and fun run presentations from 1pm
- Water station available
- Toilets on-site
- Free parking
Registration closes: midday, Tuesday 23rd June
We’re here for you… because you’re here for us
“Raising funds for St Giles is so fulfilling. Dad looked forward to going there so as a family we are eternally grateful. They helped him to keep his smile to the end.”
In 2019, Craig Ruff and his family formed “Team Tone” to run the Tamworth Gate Gallop for St Giles in memory of his father Tony. In October, Craig and his sister Danielle also ran the Great Birmingham Half Marathon in aid of the hospice.
“When I did the half marathon, I had moments where I struggled, but that was nothing compared to the effort St Giles put in to caring for Dad.” Craig explained.
“St Giles is such an important local charity. You always feel cared for there and it’s such a comforting place.
“I’d run to the ends of the earth to give St Giles the funds to help people like Dad and families like us.”
Join Craig and fundraise for St Giles to help us to support local people and their families, living with a terminal illness.