Yes, the Half Marathon, 10K & 5K will be licensed with UK Athletics and the results submitted to Run Britain within a week of the race.
Full results will be published on our website on the day of the event.
With respect to a Time-Limit for this event, in order that we adhere to the restrictions imposed by the venue hire agreement and road closure schedule, it may be necessary for us to begin deconstruction of the courses and/or event village at approximately 12:00 to facilitate our departure from the premises - and re-opening of roads - by the agreed time. If participants are unable to complete their event by this time, they may be asked to end their participation early.
The event is covered medically according to the UK Athletic’s Guidelines.
The marshalls will help you if you are in need of medical attention during the race and there will be mobile medical attendants out on the course.
Noise-cancelling earphones/headphones are prohibited and whilst we discourage the use of other earphones/headphones at this event, participants choosing to use them should ensure they are set to a minimum volume such that instructions from marshals or other race officials can be clearly understood.
We reserve the right to disqualify participants who cannot hear instructions as a result of their use.
No, pacers will not be provided at the 2021 event.
No, there will not be timing pens at the start.
Participants will start individually at 10-15 second intervals to maintain social distancing, with a recommended 15-minute arrival window allocated and communicated prior to the event. Participants from the same household/bubble will be permitted to start together (if participating in the same distance/category) and should follow the relevant instructions to arrive and/or start at the later of any times communicated (if different).
Whilst we recommend bringing as little as possible, you can leave your belongings with us at the event village while you race using the tear-off baggage strip on your race number, collecting after you finish by presenting your race number.
There are no changing rooms or showers at this event.
Further information will be communicated to all pre-registered participants in the week leading up to the race.
Bib Numbers will be mailed to all participants that have entered by midnight on the Sunday prior to the event and have provided a valid UK address during registration. When a bib cannot be mailed due to an incomplete/invalid address - and in cases where it does not arrive - participants can collect a new/replacement bib at the event. Participants do not need to contact us with respect to non-receipt of their bib but should be prepared to show their booking confirmation on arrival if requested.
To be fastened to the front of your top using safety pins provided, your number should remain visible at all times. A timing chip is attached to the back of the bib and should not be removed.
Entry on the Day will not be available at this event.
Start Times: Between 8:00 - 9:45. Allocated with respect to distance and estimated finish time (prioritising longer distances/quicker times) and communicated prior to the event by email and/or SMS, these times may be subject to change.
These events are not suited to Wheelchair Users due to the potential difficulty of the course. Participants wishing to compete – or those with specialised equipment - are asked to contact us before entering for further details and to ensure we can accommodate any additional requirements.
To enter the half marathon event, you must be at least 17 years old on race day.
To enter the 10K event, you must be at least 15 years old on race day.
To enter the 5K event, you must be at least 11 years old on race day.
There is no lower age limit for the Junior 1K event but athletes should be under 16.