Entry Fees

This event is organised by Gloucestershire charity CCP (Registered Charity No. 1043143). All proceeds from the Cheltenham Challenge (after costs) go to CCP. For more information about CCP please click here.

You are welcome to use the event to fundraise for any charity or good cause of your choice.


Participants who register online before the end of March 2017 will receive a free Cheltenham Challenge T-shirt (subject to availability).


Adults Standard Affiliated On-the-day         
  Online Online Offline
Half Marathon 17+ (TRA rules) £29.00 £27.00  Not available
10k 16+ (TRA rules) £18.50 £16.50  Not available
5k Fun Run £10.00 N/A  Not available
Juniors Standard Affiliated On-the-day   
See note below regarding junior entry Online Online Offline
Half Marathon N/A N/A Not available
10K Fun Run (Age 13-15) £9.00 N/A Not available
5K Fun Run (Age 13-16) £6.00 N/A Not available
Children (age 12 or under) £2.00  N/A Not available
5K and 10K Fun Runs only      
See note below regarding child entry      


A 10% processing fee is added to the entry fees.

Age ranges shown above refer to age on the day of the event.

The Affiliated entry fee rate is available to members of UKA registered running or athletics clubs. (Membership of an informal running group alone does not qualify for the affiliate rate.)

Child registration: Children aged 12 or below on the date of the event but all children must be pre-registered and accompanied by a participating adult. Children can be registered for the 5K and 10K Fun Runs only.

Junior Entry:  Available for young people in line with individual event age restrictions. Juniors can be registered for the 5K and 10K Fun Runs only. Junior entrants may participate with or without an accompanying adult. The registration process for Junior entries must be completed by a parent or other responsible adult using a credit / debit card and their own email address. All communication about the event will be sent to the email address used for registration. By making a card payment:
•The adult is giving permission for the young person to participate.
•The adult agrees that the young person is fit to participate
•The adult acknowledges that the organisers of the Cheltenham Challenge are unable to offer any form of supervision for Junior entrants during the event.