After you are registered, your number will appear here. The process is partly manual, so it may take some time after you register. In any case, there is a board with the numbers at the start / finish. If you can’t see your number, ask us and we’ll sort it out.
No roads will be closed. You will be running alongside an active road and crossing a railway line. It is your responsibility to look for trains or cars before crossing the railway line, or any roads, and cross only if you judge it to be safe. Other people, prams, lime scooters, bikes and dogs may be on the course. Running is a physically active sport. You should always seek advice from your GP before taking up a strenuous physical pursuit such as this.
We sort this out just before the race – we’ll try to accommodate you. We won’t have pacers slower than 60min. If you want a pacer faster than 40min for the 10k, send an email to Danny Baillie at least a couple of days before the race and we’ll try.
Of course you can walk part of the distance. In the 90min that we wait, you may be able to casually walk the 5k, but walking the 10k is only for race-walkers. You can race-walk and we’ll include you in the results as a runner.