You can transfer your entry to another runner for free up until April 30th 2019.
We offer a 50% refund* for any withdrawals made 30 days or more prior to the race, the deadline for this is midnight on 11th April 2019.
Please visit our Transfers & Withdrawals page for more details.
*Due to the upfront operating costs we are unable to offer full refunds.
Bookings will close on midnight April 30th 2019.
You may request to change distance up until April 30th 2019, however this can only be granted if there is space available.
This is due to only being permitted for a certain number of runners on the course, and to make sure we have a finishers medal for everyone.
If you are downgrading to the half this is free of charge.
If you are upgrading to the Ultra we will charge £25 — the difference of a half/ultra entry.
You will receive a confirmation email with a receipt of your booking.
We will send you a digital copy of the event manual in March and an update on weather conditions, parking etc two weeks before the event.
No, you will pick up your timing chip and race number at the registration desk on race day.
Yes, it is compulsory to wear trail running shoes. The course is predominately off-road on public footpaths where the ground will be soft and uneven in places.
Registration for the Ultra is between 06:45-07:45.
Registration for the Half is between 09:00-10:00.
No, we are not able to allow dogs on the course for this event.
Yes, headphones are permitted, however we ask that you remove headphones for the start of the race and at any road crossings.
The course will be fully marked with navigation signs and aided by course marshals.
We will be circulating the course GPS data to all registrants and recommend that you upload this to your watch if possible, and also print out a paper version of the course for backup.
The aid stations will contain the following:
There will be toilets available at the event base along with at 4 of the 5 aid stations.
The course is predominately off road on well maintained public footpaths and isn't particularly technical.
Most of the course is undulating but with very few prolonged climbs, making the course tough but very runnable.
The majority of the route is on dirt footpaths or on grass through fields. There are some connecting sections on country lanes.
Due to the time of the year we don't anticipate the ground to be too soft, but it is likely to be muddy or wet in places.
All road crossings will be marked by signage in advance. Each runner is responsible for their own safely while crossing roads, and if necessary runners will need to stop to allow traffic to pass. We will not have right of way.
At any busier crossings we will provide marshals to increase safety.
No, there are no pacers allowed on the course.
Yes, there will be a gazebo at the event base to leave bags.
If you sustain a serious injury on the course in the first instance you should contact the emergency services. Once you have done this you can also contact our event medical team using the event mobile number (provided closer to race day).
If you voluntarily withdraw it is essential you alert the race staff and return your timing wristband to event HQ.
Alternatively if you withdraw at or near a aid station you can alert the marshals and we can arrange transport back to the event base.
Under UK Athletics Rules (Rule 3) any Competition Provider granted a Trail Running Licence by UKA must impose, in addition to the basic entry fee, an additional fee of £2 (to be known as the 'Additional Unattached Entry Fee') on every entrant in a Senior Open Trail Running race who is not a member of a Club affiliated to a National Association or is not a registered member of the TRA.
If you have a question please email [email protected]