First Things First
- Check you’re on the Entry List >>>
Please Check and if anything is missing or wrong, please get in touch asap, but don’t panic it’ll get sorted. However leaving it to event day is too late to sort out administration issues.
- Final Instructions Email.
Didn’t receive it? Well sometimes emails go missing, but don’t worry you can view the email here >>>
Get in Touch on the Day
- Race Director: Simon Barnes (07939 102102)
- Race Referee: Dawn Adams (07533 750042)
- First Aid: Nikki Fowles (01453 353103)
- Buckshead Farm: Dave (01452 862293)
- Any Emergency: 999
- WHEN: Sunday 17th September 2017
- WHERE: Buckshead Farm, Cranham, Gloucestershire, GL4 8HG
- SATNAV: GL4 8HG is Farm opposite (visit: google maps )
- RACE NUMBER COLLECTION: from 7am
- EVENT START: 9am (see specific timings >>>)
There is ample parking at Buckshead Farm, which is grass. Do not Park on the road.
Note: £1 parking fee is payable on Farm entry directly to the farmer
Please park considerately and carefully
Race Number Collection
Registration will open from 8am. Registration will take place inside the Race HQ marques at the Farm
UKA affiliated athletes and other Club members may be required to prove their Club Affiliation by showing their UKA licence or other respective ID at registration. Please remember your licence otherwise we may have to charge you the additional unaffiliated £2 on the day.
Attaching your Bib
Your Bib, which for runners is also your timing chip, must be worn on the front of either your vest or shorts and must be visible at all times. If covered up it may not get registered on the Start/Finish line or at checkpoints.
NOTE: Incorrect attachment may results in no finishing time
There are 2 main toilets at the Campsite.
Baggage should be left in your car, which is 100m from the start/finish area. Other small items or keys can be left inside the Race HQ tent at your own risk
Hot Food & Drinks
The Stroud Valleys Project will be selling a variety hot & cold drinks, as well as hot food (veggie option available). All proceeds go directly to the Charity
There are 2 Checkpoints on the Mummy Beast and an additionally 2 on the Daddy Beast. All checkpoints will have water, first aid & some energy supplies available.
You on the Day
We want you to have a great experience, however, if you feel unwell before the start please seek medical advice, do not take part or or if you still wish to take part then please check your fitness and look at www.runnersmedicalresource.com for information and advice related to running events
Be prepared – Weather
This is an undulating offroad challenge in late summer, so please wear appropriate shoes and clothing for the terrain and weather conditions.
Previous Medical Conditions
If you have a known medical condition not declared upon event application or a change in a previous condition that you feel may affect you during this event, then you are advised to inform us as organisers of this change/addition.
Please give yourself plenty of time to arrive, park and register. The last thing you want on event day is to panic because you are running late (pun intended). We would suggest one hour before your event start time.
All runners must assemble by the Start Line 10mins before the appropriate start time for a compulsory safety briefing. Walkers should read the safety briefing before starting out
The use of headphones or music players
The event permit for this event strongly advises that runners do not wear personal headphones/earphones to listen to iPods, MP3 players, smartphones or other personal music players whilst participating in the event. Why? Running whilst wearing headphones/earphones significantly reduces your ability to hear traffic, individual vehicles, instructions and warnings from the police, marshals and other people, and generally distracts your attention, increasing the risk of accident or injury to yourself and possibly other people.
If however you choose to participate in the event using such a device you accept full responsibility for your own safety and for the safety of anyone else who may be affected by your acts or omissions.
NOTE: You must remove your ear plugs completely when approaching a Road Junction or Crossing and you will be disqualified if you don’t adhere to this request.
Insurance & Permit
Remember to familiarise yourself with the Association of Running Club rules before the event, information can be found at http://runningclubs.org.uk/ARC_rules.pdf
All of our marshals are there to help you, so if you have any issue during the event please let them know.
A route maps will be available at the venue, but there are plenty of marshals and signs around the course. All road junctions will be marshalled or suitably have warning signs, but marshals are not there to help you cross the road and are by law not allowed to interfere with road traffic. You cross all roads (this includes Junctions even though you are on the main road/pavement) at your own risk, so please look left, look right and again before crossing the road.
Race Numbers should be attached to the front of your top or shorts.
The Start is just outside the Campsite in Woodland. Please line up 10 minutes before the start of your race inside the start area, which is clearly marked. Line up approx to your ability, but don’t panic as the first 500m are on wide paths with plenty of room to give you the opportunity to find your pace.
Once the starting gun has been sounded, you ‘ll need to cross the Chip Timing Mats at the Start Line. Please ensure you remain inside the marked area, otherwise you may not get recorded.
If you have a problem or need advise please ask a Marshal who will assist you.