With its large field, The Brooks Fleet Half Marathon is an excellent event to watch. This page includes a listing of the best places to watch the race along with the times the first runners are expected to reach these points.
- Bear in mind that there will be road closures in force and it may be necessary to be at these points well before the runners arrive.
- For watching the race at the start or finish or any of the roads around the start or finish, please park in the Fleet town centre car parks only. There is no parking available in Calthorpe Park. In addition, we strongly advise against parking in roads on the half marathon course as this not only inconveniences local residents but also can disrupt the race itself.
- Please do not block any exits or entrances.
- There are a number of pubs on the route. If you are looking for a drink or a meal, we are happy to recommend these.
This enables the runners to be viewed twice as they start and complete a lap around the town centre. Viewers can then view the finish in Calthorpe Park.
|Fleet Road||Runners will go along Fleet Road twice in the 2nd and 5th mile. A great early point in the race to see your family and friends||10.30|
|Elvetham Roundabout / Reading Road North||Around 3.5 miles the runners turn left into Reading Road North back towards the town centre. Catch them here then see them later at the finish.||10.45|
|Blackbush Road/Pale Lane||This is a countryside part of the course where support will certainly be appreciated.||11.00|
|Barley Mow||At about ten miles the route passes the Barley Mow and turns left into Pilcot Road.||11.15|
|Queens Head, Dogmersfield||Opposite the pub is the Dogmersfield House which has a very interesting history linked to Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.
|Crookham Village||The runners turn left into Hitches Lane - why not watch near the new Hart Leisure Centre?||11.25|
|The finish, Calthorpe Park||Watch all the runners finish the Fleet Half Marathon.||11.35|