Events / Road Running

Nick Beer Llandudno 10k 2025

Always Aim High Events are proud to host the historic and iconic Nick Beer 10k

The event, which is in its 33rd year, has previously been run by the North Wales Road Runners. Always Aim High Events are proud to add this fantastic race to our community events. This not-for-profit event will continue to support local charities as well as the North Wales Road Runners Club.

Starting on the iconic Victorian promenade in Llandudno, the route takes runners around the awe-inspiring Great Orme with its stunning views of Eryri (Snowdonia), Anglesey and beyond. With hundreds of runners taking part year after year, it is a fabulous start to the running season.

This event has some great history, read all about the man who inspired it, Nick Beer, here: THE NICK BEER MEMORIAL 10K

Running alongside the event, there will be a 1k Fun Run, organised St David's Hospice (Llandudno).


09 Feb 2025


Llandudno, Conwy


Choose your distance

Nick Beer 10K Runners in Llandudno's Great Orme

Nick Beer Llandudno 10k 2025

Nick Beer 10K

09 Feb 2025

Run: 10k

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What's Included

Nick Beer 10k Event village

Lively Event Village

Music, commentary, shopping, food, bag drop and toilets

Nick Beer Middlewich Runners

Family Friendly Vibes

Family finishes and plenty to see and do

Nick Beer Arms Up on Orme

On Course Support

Friendly marshals, signage, energy stations and support vehicles

Nick Beer Slate Mockup

Unique Finisher Mementos!

Beautifully designed to reflect our event locations and local history.

Runner in the Llandudno Nick Beer 10k with view of the pier

Spectacular Scenery

Views across Anglesey and Eryri (Snowdonia)

Winner crosses the line

Professional Timing

Chip timing & live online results

Runners on the Great Orme with Llandudno Pier in view

Maybe when we run his race each year, it will remind us of the importance and positive results that trying hard and participating can bring. Nick Beer was a true son of the sporting ethic, who left us with a wealth of fond memories, and a legacy of inspiration

John Hatton, Race Director

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