Town and Gown 10k Series

Our Sponsors

Without our fantastic sponsors, our Town and Gown 10k series wouldn't be the same. If you work or have a business in Oxfordshire or Cambridgeshire and think you could provide sponsorship for one of our events, we'd love to hear from you. Email us and we will provide you with all the information you need to become an official parner of the race series.

Muscular Dystrophy UK would like to thank the following partners for supporting the Town and Gown 10k:


Up & Running Oxford and Cambridge have kindly supported the Town and Gown series for several years. They are providing race prizes for the first and second placed man and woman, organising runs and special discounts in their stores and will be present on the day at our race village.

Cambridge News have been the official medial partner of the Cambridge Town and Gown for the past few years. They will be publishing case studies and updates in the build up to the event both online and in their newspapers.  


Oxford Mail has been the official media partner for the Oxford Town and Gown 10k race since 1998. For our 2016 Oxford Town and Gown they wrote weekly stories on both runners and people across Oxfordshire affected by muscular dystrophy.

Once again, Eat Natural have kindly donated their delicious bars, which will be in every goody bag after the race to give you a very tasty and nutritional boost after the run. We’re delighted that in 2016 Eat Natural bars will be at both Oxford and Cambridge Town and Gown events.

Next supported the Cambridge Town and Gown 2015 by providing our race finishers' t-shirts.


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