Thursday, 11 September 2014

Run to the Beat - road closures, 15,000 runners, Live DJs & much more on Sunday in Wembley

Many roads will be closed in Wembley on Sunday Details but there will be much on offer for Wembley residents who enjoy music when Run to the Beat arrives in town:
Sure Run to the Beat is London’s most unique music running event and this year we’re hosting an epic 10k at Wembley Park.

After six years hosting London’s music half marathon and helping 96,000 runners to achieve their goal, we want to give 10k runners the chance to experience the unique music filled run.

Live DJ’s will be pumping out motivational tunes all around the route, leading you to the finish where our headline act will be waiting for you to join the party. The atmosphere on the day will be like nothing you have ever experienced at a running event before.

Taking place on the 14th September 2014, 15,000 runners will make their way around a brand new 10k course starting and finishing at Wembley Park, home to the legendary Wembley Stadium and arena, that now offers great food, great shopping and great events.

It may not be the best day to choose to take the kids to change their library books.


  1. How many residents of Barn Hill are aware that they will be completely cut-off by the closure of Preston Road and Forty Avenue for most of Sunday morning?

  2. Not many I think - that is why I have published this. There are notices attached to a few lamp posts and a notice in the classifieds in yesterday's Brent and Kilburn Times. That's all.