Road Closures

The road closure notices have now been approved by the council.

You can see a map with further details marked HERE 

The traffic management map can be found HERE


The Winchester 10K is on 23rd Feb 2020.

 

Road closures are officially in place from 8am until 10:30am.

 

The closure order covers both sides of the road, however we want to cause the least impact on traffic as possible so every road closure will be managed by marshals. When it is safe the marshal will allow cars to travel in the opposite direction of the runners. (apart from Wellhouse lane). We urge you to plan your travel using the diversions in place to avoid any unnecessary delays. 

 

The route starts at The Broadway and goes along Friarsgate, Brook Street, Hyde street. These roads will be closed from 8:00am. The main bulk of the race will pass this roads by 9am and we hope to have the road open as soon as we can.

 

The run then heads towards the Worthys. It goes north along Worthy Road. Worth road will be closed from 8am until 10:30am. There are diversions in place using the A34. The main part of the race will pass by 9am. From then cars maybe able to travel SOUTH into the city if the traffic marshal thinks it is safe. There will be a stop go closure at the junction of Russel Road as the race returns to Worth Road and turns right into Russell Road.

 

From turning left into Bedfield lane and left onto Springvale, the race continues along Wellhouse lane. These roads are narrow and will be fully closed. Please follow the diversions and plan your travel. Avoid these roads between 8am - 10:30am

 

The race then runs down Andover Road towards the City Centre. When safe marshals will allow traffic to head away from the City heading north. There are diversions in place for cars wishing to get to the city via B3049.

 

The race ends going via Russell Road towards the Rugby club and finishes in the park.

 

All of the roads will be clear by 10:30am.


We would love to see you come and cheer on the runners!

And finally we thank you for your patience