Amanda’s story

Fabulous story about Amanda’s journey through recovery from breast cancer with the support of our 2017 chosen charity, Maggie’s Wallace. Amanda discovered running during recovery and will be running the Cambridge Cambourne 10K on 2nd April! Full story on Maggie’s Wallace site.

New for 2017: the Relay!

We’ve got a new addition to the 2017 Cambridge Cambourne 10K and Fun Run – the two-leg Relay! It follows the exact same course as the 10K and should add a bit of spice … as if that were even necessary. Fun Run and 10K still on too with bells on (of course!). All details are on the Relay page.

Our 2017 charity is Maggie’s Wallace Centre

Maggies Wallace Logo PMS 7456UMaggie’s Wallace Centre is a charity that provides free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer,their family and friends, from diagnosis throughout living with the affects after cancer. Maggie’s has been providing high quality, evidence-based support for over 4 years in the local area. Maggie’s Wallace Centre is a place to find practical advice about benefits and eating well; a place where qualified experts provide emotional support; a place to meet other people or simply to sit quietly with a cup of tea.

Runners are also welcome to raise sponsorship for their own chosen charities too. Read more about the Cambridge Cambourne 10K’s work supporting local charities.

Congratulations to the Cambridge Cambourne 2016 winners!

10K Winners 8220 LRCongratulations to the Cambridge Cambourne 2016 winners James Bellward and Victoria Knight!

The Leaderboard:


1st M James Bellward (RAF)

2nd M Jonathan Escalante-Philips (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)

3rd M Chris Darling (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)


1st W Victoria Knight (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)

2nd W Claire Wilson (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)

3rd W Claire Somerton (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)

Category Winners (Men)

M40 Alan Pritchard (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)

M50 John Ferguson (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)

M60 Kevin Cole

Category Winners (Women)

W35 Kristy Guneratne (St Radegund RDC)

W45 Tracey Brazier (Road Runners’ Club)

W55 Mary Twitchett (Cambridge & Coleridge AC)