Please help complete this section by sending a brief decription of your parkrun with a couple of photos. One small and one large. The parkrun should be within the Essex AA area (east of the Lea).
Juniors will be added later.
This is a 2 lap all tarmac and flat course. Starts at cafe & toilets in centre of park. Towards the allotment, next to the lake, up through the gardens and round the edge of the park.
Read more: Barking
This is a 3 lap, clockwise course. Starts next to the cafe. Tarmac, grass, gravelly / stony single track paths.
Read more: Basildon
Course consists of two laps (one 2.4km lap & 2.6km) utilising paths around the park, the perimeter of the football fields and part of the Beckton Corridor.
Read more: Beckton
This is a 4 lap anti clock-wise course. The start and finish in close proximity, both near to the cafe.
Read more: Billericay
Undulating 1 lap, anti & clockwise figure of 8 trail course with the Heartbreak Hill at the end of Weald Country Park course.
Read more: Brentwood
One-lap course taking you through 2 of the main parks (Central & Admiral) on a mixture of footpaths and cycle paths.
Read more: Chelmsford Central
3 lap between Beach Diner & Toby Carvery until the Pier on top promenade and returning on beachfront promenade.
Read more: Clacton Seafront
A scenic two-lap course, all on trail. The route starts next to the skate park and leads around the football pitches and left into the top field.
Read more: Great Dunmow
Two lap, anti-clockwise, course made up of mostly gravel tracks and grassy sections. Whilst the course is predominantly flat, there is a hill at the start of the second lap.
Read more: Great Notley
Undulating one lap course with stunning views across the Thames Estuary and partially on the 2012 Olympic mountain bike trail.
Read more: Hadleigh
2 full lap, with a third mini lap to finish undulating course, going anticlockwise around Harlow Town Park.
Read more: Harlow
Lap and a half of the park then down to onto an out and back run along the entire length seafront promenade, which is fast and flat, past the historic lighthouses before return back to the park.
Read more: Harwich
The start is a few yards through the right hand gate as you enter Chanterelle Car Park and follows the main path down to the stream
Read more: Highwoods (Colchester)
A two lap, clockwise, scenic, undulating course within the confines of Hockley Woods (the largest remaining area of wild wood, which covered Essex after the Ice Age 10,000 years ago).
Read more: Hockley Woods
The course is 3 laps (2 large laps followed by 1 small lap). 100% tarmac course. Large lap - Down the hill, by the lake, round the edge of football pitches and tennis courts.
Read more: Raphael Park, Romford
Looks like on lap anticlockwise. The course is run on a mixture of concrete paths, trail paths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain.
Read more: South Woodham Ferrers
Flat 3 lap anticlockwise course on well maintained tarmac and concrete paths near the sea wall.
Read more: Southend
Starts near the Valentines Park Café, and continues main path to the far end of the boating lake on edge of park followed by two anti-clockwise laps of the park returning back to north side of the boating lake.
Read more: Valentines (Ilford)
The course is a horseshoe around Victoria Dock, entirely on the dockside path. Starting near the community hut in the Crystal gardens, proceed along the north side of Victoria Dock.
Read more: Victoria Docks
3 and a bit laps in in an anti-clockwise direction keeping behind the football goalposts. Course is mainly flat and grassy.
Read more: Walthamstow
Our way-marked course spans Harrow Road and Bush Wood, comprised of two laps of 2.5km. Run on a mixture of grass and trails.
Read more: Wanstead Flats
Two and a bit laps, anti-clockwise, scenic, flat course mainly on permanent paths. The course follows the perimeter of the park, parts of which are tree lined, alongside the river Crouch. There is a small section of trail.
Read more: Wickford Memorial