To facilitate the safe passage of participants, it will be necessary to implement road closures along the route, which have been agreed with the Vale of Glamorgan Council. Road closure details can be found on the map below and when to expect the first runners around the route – to help you plan alternative parking or travel arrangements. The route has been designed to keep disruption to residents and businesses to a minimum. We work closely with the emergency services, whose access to the route will not be affected by the event.
The route starts and finishes on Friars Road on Barry Island, and takes in Paget Road, the Waterfront link road, Fford y Mileniwm, Subway Road, Broad Street, Park Avenue, Romilly Park Road, Bron Y Mor, the Promenade via Beachway and Lakeside/The Parade.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause and assure you that we will try to keep any disruption to a minimum. We wish to thank you for your understanding and we are grateful for your support and cooperation.
If you are not taking part we encourage you to turn out on the day to join the thousands of spectators who will be cheering on the runners, or why not get involved and support by volunteering!
Click here to view the route on Google Maps – which should help you plan alternative routes if you are affected by road closures.
Please note that the opening and closure timings on the map are approximate. The times stated reflect when we hope to re-open once the last runners have passed and temporary infrastructure has been collected. The timings may be later if there are any unforeseen delays, but we will aim to re-open as quickly as possible. Advance warning signage placed around the town reflects the latest possible times the roads will re-open.
If you have any queries you can contact us here.