The Ted Pepper 'Seven' was first organised in 1979. The Club Committee turned down a request to make it 10k - as no one ran 10k on the roads! (those were the days). It was always a short course and basically 3 laps around the Langley Park area of Beckenham. In 1991 the course was re-measured and adjusted to make it 10k. Course measurement certificate no: SEAA 02/036.
2020 sees the same course as the last six years, still 10k but off-road and based around Norman Park, Bromley.
There will be a children's fun run taking place shortly after the main race at 10:10.
Nice Work will be providing Chip timing services for the event.
Baggage Drop Off
Your individual time and position will be recorded by your electronic chip. We will endeavour to display results as they come into the race centre. Results will be uploaded to www.nice-work.org.uk as soon as possible after the race. All entrants that have supplied a valid and legible email address will receive a copy of the results as soon as possible after the race.
From West Wickham Station, take Station Road, Beckenham Road to South Eden Park Road
From Westerham/Biggin Hill, A233 to Keston Mark, turn left onto A232 to West Wickham.
From Bromley or Beckenham to Chinese Garage.
From Croydon, A232 East to West Wickham.
From Orpington, A232 West to West Wickham
From M25, Junction 4 (A21) to Farnbrough, then west onto the A232 to West Wickham.
Parking: There is reasonable parking available within the park although this will be subject to other park users. Additional street parking is available in surrounding streets.
Hourly from London Charing Cross on the Hayes Line to Hayes Station. Norman Park is approximately 1 mile from Hayes Station and can be reached by catching the 119 bus from outside Hayes Station to outside the entrance to Norman Park.
Trains also run regularly to Bromley South from London Victoria and various southern train stations. Norman Park is approximately 1 mile from Bromley South Station and can be reached by catching the 119 bus from outside the Station to outside the entrance to Norman Park.