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About us

St Anne’s junior parkrun is a FREE 2km event for junior runners of all standards, which takes place every Sunday at 9:30am in St Anne’s Park, Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 5. See our home page for more details.

The 2k timed run can be whatever you want it to be, whether for fun or as part of a training plan.

It offers an opportunity for all the family to get involved and come together on a regular basis to enjoy this beautiful park. We want to encourage people to jog or run together irrespective of their ability – this event is truly open to all and best of all it really is FREE!

Taking part is easy – just register in advance before your first ever parkrun. Your individual barcode can then be used for this weekly 2k run, or on any of the weekly 5k parkruns around the country.

The junior parkrun is a great way to get involved and introduce yourselves to a sport without any of the normal outside pressures. A great way to improve health, confidence and to enjoy a great location. It can also be part of getting fit for sport for your school or to train for a specific target such as the Mini-Marathon trials, or for a full 5k parkrun distance. In short, you are welcome to come along and have fun.

  • Healthy Ireland: Healthy Ireland is the national framework for action to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Ireland. Its main focus is on prevention and keeping people healthier for longer. Healthy Ireland’s goals are to: Increase the proportion of people who are healthy at all stages of life; Reduce health inequalities; Protect the public from threats to health and wellbeing; Create an environment where every individual and sector of society can play their part in achieving a healthy Ireland.

  • HSE: The evidence base for promoting an active lifestyle for well-being is well documented. Mass participation & community events are being heralded for their potential to get people started and help those who have committed to the change to stay moving. Through the HSE’s Get Ireland Active initiative we are a proud supporter of parkrun and firmly believe that such an event will serve as a fantastic enhancement to the community of Raheny

  • Dublin City Sports: The Dublin City Sport and Wellbeing Partnership is a Dublin City Council led initiative.? The purpose of the Partnership is to help improve the quality of life of people living in, working in and visiting Dublin regardless of age, ability and background.? We do this by providing as many opportunities as possible for people to partake or engage in sport and physical activity through facilities, infrastructure, programmes, services and events.? The partnership is a proud supporter of Parkrun and is delighted to see it going from strength to strength in communities across our city.

    Your donation could be used for the anniversary event, the annual prize giving, replacing worn equipment or for improving your parkrun. parkrun is completely open about all donations. All donations to this event (and withdrawals that the event teams makes) will be published below. You can also view all donations in this country here

    parkrun Ireland is a not-for-profit organisation.


    Donation DateNameRecipientDonationContribution to EventContribution to New Event FundNote
    2019-12-05DCMSt Anne’s juniors€40.00€40.00€0.00Donation to event
    2018-11-29Dublin Marathon volunteersSt Anne’s juniors€105.00€105.00€0.00Donation to event
    2018-10-09BeActiveSt Anne’s juniors€30.00€30.00€0.00European Week of Sport donation
    2017-12-03Dublin Marathon 2017St Anne’s juniors€245.00€245.00€0.00Bag Drop


    Withdrawal DateEventAmountNote
    2019-01-17St Anne’s juniors€155.97Megaphone, posts, carrier bag
    2020-03-05St Anne’s juniors€79.99Service computer