From 2018 Bradley Show and Fell Race will take place on the second Sunday in September. This is to allow greater involvement from the village school by holding the Show after the school holidays.
There has been much in the press about the new European General Data Protection Regulations and what this means for data held by the organisations about individuals.
Registration data at this race is held purely for the organisation and administration of the race, production of results and contact details in the event of any incident occurring.
Personal information is only held for these purposes. Apart from publication of race results, personal information is NOT shared or made available to anyone and is safely destroyed once its immediate purpose has been fulfilled.
Registration for the race accepts that your details will be included in the race results and your photograph may appear on the website. If you do not wish for this to happen, please let the race organiser know.
You are invited to join our mailing list to receive information about Bradley Fell Race. This is useful in the event of there being any changes to the published information, cancellation of the race etc. Subscribed members will receive infrequent emails with regards to the race and can unsubscribe at any time. Data held for this purpose comprises your name and email address only. You can subscribe to the mailing list below.
Bradley Fell Race final results can be found here.
Thank you for everyone who attended and particularly those who gave up the day to help with everything from registration, timing, marshaling and clearing the course. Without you it would be impossible to put on a race at all.
Despite the weather threatening to spoil the day, the sun shone down for the duration of the races and hopefully everyone had a great time. The new start time alongside the extended show seemed to be very popular with runners who were able to enjoy more of the show after their race. If you have any comments on how we can improve the races for next year, please drop me a line on the following email:
Further information including summit split times for the senior runners will hopefully be available shortly
For other race information please click here
A great deal of work goes into putting on the fell races and it is all done by volunteers. Many of the volunteers have children competing in the junior races, so can't always help out on some of the marshaling functions which take them away from the showfield. We are looking for 6-8 volunteers who would be prepared to give up a couple of hours of their time to ensure the safety of runners at key locations around the course; especially the two road crossings at the canal and on the heath road. Other marshals are required at a couple of gates and the turnaround points. If you think that you could help, please contact Tim Done on 01535 634871 or email email:
Bradley Show has expanded this year, bringing more stalls, events and exhibitors. As a consequence the show starts a few hours earlier than previously, allowing the fell races; which are an integral part of the show, to be staged earlier in the day. This allows competitiors and their families to enjoy a greater part of the show once their races are over. We hope that this will prove to be a popular decision on behalf of the show committee and we would welcome your comments about any aspects of the show or the fell races.
Welcome to the new website for Bradley Fell Race. For the last 10 years, Bradley Fell Race has been organised by Tim Done who was also webmaster and latterly chairman of the British Open Fell Runners Association. All information regarding the race was held on the BOFRA website. After moving on from BOFRA this year, Tim has set up the new website to be more specific to his race and to remove some of the admin burden from BOFRA. The website will contain all of the basic details in the first instance and will be updated over the coming weeks/months. If you are looking for anything specifically, you can contact Tim or go to the BOFRA website www.BOFRA.org.uk.
The new fell race website also coincides with the introduction of a new website for Bradley Show at www.bradleyshow.org.uk as part of its continued development (the website will be up and running shortly). The show starts earlier this year, includes many new stalls, events and features and incudes a party in the park event on the Saturday night. There is something for everyone, so check out the website and facebook pages.