COVID-19 GUIDANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS
- If you or anyone in your household have had any of the following symptoms within the last 14 days, or feel unwell, please DO NOT attend the event:
- High Temperature
- New or continuous cough
- Loss or change in taste and/or smell
- Do not arrive at the start more than 5 minutes before your time slot. This is to keep runners to a minimum in one place at any one time.
- If you are late for your time slot you may be turned away.
- We recommend bringing a face mask with you, although you’re not required to run in it (under 12s are not required to wear a face mask).
- Overtaking is allowed but please leave adequate distance when passing competitors / other trail users – please adhere to social distancing and wait if there is not enough room to pass at a safe distance
- Use the hand sanitiser provided straight after finishing your run before collecting your medal
- Once you have crossed the finish line, please collect your medal promptly and make your way home. We do not want to encourage groups of people to congregate at the finish.
- Sadly no spectators at the start and finish.
- Please be aware there are no toilet facilities available at the event.
- Unfortunately we are not able to accept entries from areas with Tier 3 COVID restrictions on the day of the event
- The course runs over public footpaths and bridleways – please close gates behind you
- Please take any rubbish home with you
- Please be aware that any roads on the route will not be closed to traffic
- Please upload your finish times by 9.00pm 8th November or they won’t be counted
- The route will be marked but please study the map before you depart or upload the .gpx file from our website to your device.
- This is an unmarshelled event – there wil be no marshals or first aiders on the course
- All runners compete at their own risk
- All children under the age of 11 on the day of the event must run within sight of their accompanying adult – particularly important this year as the route is not marshalled