For 2017, to celebrate its seventh year, Yeovil Half Marathon will start and finish in Yeovil Town Centre.
Closed roads around the town centre before heading along the entire length of Yeovil Country Park. The route then leaves the town on the western side to Montacute House, before returning on quiet country roads to the Town Centre finish in the Quedam Shopping Centre.
A big Yeovil Town Centre finish atmosphere is assured.
Start Time: 09.00hrs
Location: Petters Way, Yeovil, BA20 1SH
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Women's Fun Run
The Women's Fun Run will be part of the Yeovil Half Marathon Buzz a shorter Fun Run specifically for women, in conjunction with This Girl Can. For details of other opportunities for women to get active visit In It Together — South Somerset or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course makes full use of the closed roads in Yeovil Town Centre, and finishes in the Quedam. Get out there and get training for this 1.2m run, achievable by women of all fitness levels. £2 entry fee to include a finishers' memento.
Start Time: 09.15hrs
Children's Fun Run
New for 2017, a Children's Fun Run. Be part of the Yeovil Half Marathon Buzz and take part in the Fun Run specifically for Primary School aged children.
This course makes full use of the closed roads in Yeovil Town Centre, and finishes in the Quedam. £1 entry fee to include a finishers' memento.
Start Time: 09.30hrs
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