Charity 5K Run.

In light of the current position, and with the safety of participants and our staff of utmost importance, we have postponed this event. We are aiming to reschedule the Run later in 2020 and will update this page in due course.  Sports Systems will be contacting those of you who have entered already, and we thank you for your continued support and understanding.

Mundays organises an annual Charity 5k Run each summer. Over 200 people take part and our team support it in a number of ways including running, marshalling, time keeping or baking for the popular cake stall! The Run is an opportunity for people to contribute to this cause whilst having fun and getting fit. It is open to all ages and abilities, including elite runners, families and businesses. A number of firms choose to enter a team and enjoy competing against their colleagues and friends.

Charity 5K Run for the Princess Alice Hospice

Our next run will be our 13th Mundays Charity 5k Fun Run in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher. The Hospice have provided free end of life care to adult patients since 1985. We have raised over £61,000 to date.


!!POSTPONED!! Painshill Park, Portsmouth Road, Cobham, KT11 1JE.  There is a free car park and the start and finish are a short walk away.


!!POSTPONED!! Wednesday 13 May 2020.  Collection of race numbers from 5.45pm.  The race starts at 6.30pm and the prize giving and free BBQ will be at 7.15pm.


!!POSTPONED!! Please enter online.

The entry fee is £18.  Online entries will close at 5pm on Tuesday 12 May (or earlier if the limit is reached). You can enter on the day, subject to availability.

Race numbers and timing chips are to be collected on the evening and please arrive early.


Please make an extra donation if you are able to do so to support the Hospice.  If you wish to make a donation without entering the race or you wish to set up a sponsorship page of your own, please visit our Just Giving page.


The race will start and finish at the Painshill Visitor Centre and include two full anticlockwise laps of the lake. The route is on tarmac and grass and is mainly flat but with some undulations.  Please note that the 5k has not been officially measured.  The path around the lake is narrow in places and marshals will be stationed around the route to guide you during the race.  A map of the course will be available at the start.


!!POSTPONED!! Sports Systems will provide chip timing.  Results will be available on the Sports Systems website.

There will be free professional photographs from Sussex Sport Photography available to download after the event.

All runners will receive Mundays 5k medals.  Individual prizes will be awarded for the first three male and female runners.  Team prizes will be awarded for the first three teams of three runners each (teams may consist of more than three runners, but only the first three across the line will count).  There will also be prizes for the biggest fundraisers and the largest team.  Runners must register using the same team name to qualify for prizes.

The race is not recommended for juniors under the age of 11, wheelchair users or runners with dogs, as the path is narrow in places and the safety of our runners is paramount.


The Princess Alice Hospice will be running a cake stall and courtesy of Mundays LLP, there will be a free BBQ after the race for all runners and supporters.

There is free parking by the Visitor Centre (it would be appreciated if you could car share where possible) and please park as instructed by the car park attendants. The start of the race is a short walk away, past the Visitor Centre.

Toilets are available at the Visitor Centre and there will be place for you to leave your bags (but this is not secure so please do not bring any valuables).  As stated above, the path around the lake is narrow in places so no dogs please.


Data protection – by entering the race you agree to the terms of our privacy policy at  You also agree that we may disclose your name, team name, finish time and photos for publicity purposes.

If you have any queries, please contact the team at


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