Chesterfield Race for Life
Chesterfield Borough Council and Cancer Research UK have teamed up for the town’s ninth Race for Life.
Women of all ages, shapes, sizes and abilities can walk, jog or run 5k to raise money to help beat cancer. All women are welcome and boys under 11 are welcome too.
Residents are also being encouraged to volunteer at the event. There are a variety or voluntary roles available to help make the event run smoothly on the day.
- Event Day Volunteer – Get stuck in with anything – from pitching flags and hanging banners to handing out water and medals.
- Course Marshal Volunteer – Cheer on the runners, walkers and joggers as they take on the course and lift some spirits along the way.
- Enquiries Volunteer – Help ease the nerves by supporting runners and spectators with their queries
For more information about volunteering or to sign up as a volunteer click here.
The event starts from Chesterfield Town Hall on Rose Hill at 10.30am.
To enable the event to run smoothly Chesterfield Borough Council will temporarily close Queens Park North car park, Rose Hill car park and Albion Road car park.
During the race alternative parking can be found at Holywell Cross (Donut), Ashgate Road or Queen’s Park South car parks.
Soresby Street car park will also open only for participants in the event. It will reopen to the public once the race is finished.
Several roads around the town centre including around the Town Hall, Knifesmithgate, Elder Way, around the Crooked Spire church and sections of West Bars, New Beetwell Street, Boythorpe Avenue and Park Road will also be closed for periods between early morning and early afternoon while the race takes place.
Image courtesy of Claire Davison Photography