Date announced for the Great Bristol Run 2022

Date announced for the Great Bristol Run 2022

Posted on: 28 Jul 2022

Following an immensely successful 2021 return to the city after a forced two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, organisers of The Bristol Great Run have confirmed the date for this year’s run.


This year’s Great Bristol Run is set to take place on Sunday 25 September.


Entry for the ever-popular run has been open since November 2021, with the 10k run open to all those 15 and over and the half marathon open to everyone over the age of 17. Tickets for the 10k are £34, £44 for the half marathon and £12 for the family run. 


Prospective runners can secure entry on the Great Bristol Run here.



The Great Bristol Run offers a totally unique way to experience the city of Bristol as the carefully picked routes allow runners to soak up the atmosphere with cheering crowds, and entertainment zones right along the route with a 10k, a half marathon and a family event on offer.


Some of the stunning settings featured on the routes include Castle Park, the Waterfront and the Old City all featured in the route so whether you are fundraising for charity or running for fun, there is plenty to keep you stimulated as you push yourself physically.


Following a triumphant 2021 event, organisers have announced that both the 10k and the half marathon will take place on Sunday 25 September. On this day, thousands of runners will take to the Bristol streets once again so - whether it’s for fun, for a challenge or for a cause close to your heart - sign up for the Great Bristol Run 2022 today.

Early bird tickets are now sold out, however, tickets for all three runs are still on sale. The 10k begins at 9:00 and tickets are available for £34, tickets for the half marathon are £44 and entry to the family run (8:45 start) is £12.


Tickets for the Great Bristol Run 2022 can be found here.

Read more:


Article by:

Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.