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Ealing half marathon 2017: Full list of road closures, key times and everything else you need to know

Where is the best place to watch and which roads will be closed on the day?

Why not enter the Ealing Half Marathon this year?(Image: Dan Tsantilis)

The sixth Ealing Half Marathon takes place this weekend.

We've got all the information about the event right here.

Where is it?

The runners will set off from Lammas Park at and follow a 13.1-mile closed road route through the leafy streets and parks of Ealing and can look forward to superb crowd support along the way.

 

When is it?

The race begins at 9am on Sunday (September 24).

Key timings:

07:15 - Race Village and baggage marquees open

08:30 - Group warm up

08:45 - Runners enter start funnel according to expected finish time

09:00 - Ealing Half Marathon start

10:05 - First finishers

11:30 - Prize presentation ceremony

12:00 - Last finishers

13:30 - Race Village closes

Ealing Half Marathon Route Map(Image: Ealing Half Marathon)

Will there be road closures over the weekend?

Road closures will come into effect before the start of the race, but the Race HQ in Lammas Park is very well served by public transport.

Church Lane closed from 7:00, expected reopening time of 12:55

Scotch Common (part) 9:10 until 10:50

Culmington Road 8:00 until 12:55

Kent Avenue 9:10 until 10:50

Churchfield Road 8:00 until 12:55

Cleveland Road (part) 9:10 until 10:55

Broomfield Road 8:00 until 12:55

Wimborne Gardens 9:10 until 10:55

Uxbridge Road (part) 8:00 until 12:55

St Stephens Road 9:10 until 11:00

Longfield Avenue 8:50 until 12:20

St Stephens Avenue 9:10 until 11:00

Gordon Road 8:50 until 12:15

Argyle Road 9:15 until 12:10

Carlton Gardens 8:50 until 9:50

Courtfield Gardens 9:20 until 12:10

Carlton Road (part) 8:50 until 9:50

Drayton Bridge Road 9:20 until 12:10

Castlebar Road (part) 8:50 until 9:50

Greenford Avenue 9:20 until 12:10

Eaton Rise 8:50 until 10:00

Home Farm Road 9:20 until 11:45

Montpelier Road 8:55 until 10:20

Westcott Crescent 9:20 until 11:45

Mount Park Road 8:55 until 10:05

Cuckoo Avenue 9:20 until 11:45

Aston Road 8:55 until 10:10

Borders Road 9:20 until 11:45

Woodville Road 8:55 until 10:10

Cuckoo Lane 9:20 until 12:00

Park View Road 8:55 until 10:15

Church Road 9:20 until 12:00

Hillcrest Road 8:55 until 10:15

Bunny Park 9:20 until 12:00

West Road 9:00 until 10:20

Alwyne Road 9:25 until 12:00

Helena Road 9:00 until 10:20

Manor Court Road 9:25 until 12:10

Mount Avenue 9:00 until 10:20

The Avenue 9:20 until 12:15

Woodfield Road 9:00 until 10:20

Lavington Road 9:15 until 12:55

Pitshanger Lane 9:00 until 10:35

Kingsdown Avenue 9:15 until 12:55

Curzon Road 9:00 until 10:35

St Aidans Road 9:45 until 12:55

Meadvale Road 9:05 until 10:40

Elers Road 9:45 until 12:55

Pitshanger Park 9:05 until 10:40

Lammas Park 8:00 until 13:00

Woodbury Park Road 9:05 until 10:45

Where is best for spectators to watch?

There are plenty of excellent vantage points for spectators, including the following locations that runners pass by twice: Uxbridge Road, Drayton Bridge Road, Pitshanger Lane and Cuckoo Avenue.

Is there a race four younger runners?

Yes. The Ealing Mini Mile takes place on Saturday, September 23, and should welcome the biggest ever field of young runners to the one-mile route around Lammas Park. Ben Shepard will be starting the Mini Mile.

The key timings of that are as follows:

13:00 - Ealing Mini Mile ages 6-7

13:40 - Ealing Mini Mile age 8

14:20 - Ealing Mini Mile age 9

15:00 - Ealing Mini Mile ages 10-11

15:40 - Ealing Mini Mile ages 12-16

Which charities are being supported?

Alzheimer’s Society and Cancer Research UK are the lead charities for the 2017 Ealing Half Marathon, and the race organisers are hoping to top previous fundraising figures.

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