This is a 2.5k course - aim to complete as many laps as possible within 2 hours.
Toliets, water stations, food & drink stalls. Visit Moors Valley Country Park website to find out more.
Parking is included in the ticket price.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The run route will be turned into an enchanted forest
Epic finish line
2.5k course - aim to complete as many laps as possible within 2 hours.
Stop anytime you like, you do not have to run continuously.
Head/body torches will be required, there will be dark zones.
Prizes for most completed laps (male and female) over and under 16s.
Medal for all finishers.
Just follow the light!
At registration you will be issued with your race number and timing tag. Please bring with
your email entry confirmation. Your race number must be displayed clearly on your front for
the duration of the race. Please bring safety pins. Your timing tag must be secured to the
top of your shoe using the twist ties provided. Anyone not displaying a race number will be
asked to leave the course.
You can purchase T-shirts through the online registration. T-shirts need to be collected on
the event day at registration.
We will provide a key drop at registration. Your car should be parked near-by, so we
suggest your bags get left in your car. If you have nowhere else to leave your bag it can be
left at the Key Drop.
There will be a professional medical team on site. The medical positions will be at the start
finish area. Medical trained staff will be on the course.
A briefing will take place at 19:20 near the start/finish line. All competitors must attend. Any
queries about the event must be raised at this time with the Event Director.
sponsors, suppliers or agents will be liable for any injury, loss or expense which may
arise as a consequence of your participation in this event.
2. Entry to this race is personal to each applicant and once issued, race numbers may not
be sold or transferred unless through the active online registration software. Any runner
who passes their race number to another runner is liable for sanctions and any runner
who competes while wearing another runner’s race number will be disqualified and is
liable for sanctions.
3. Once you have paid for your entry there can be no refund if you are subsequently unable
to take part in this race. However, you may defer your place to next year’s race, this
needs to be done before 5 days prior to the event, Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
4. We reserve the right to refuse or cancel applications, including duplicate applications, or
alter the date of the event, the course route or distance.
5. Entrants to this race undertake not to take part unless they are medically fit to run a 10k.
6. All runners are required to complete the contact and medical details on the back of their
race number. This is a requirement of participation and may be checked by race officials
prior to the start.
7. Race numbers must be pinned securely to the front of your running top using a safety
pin in each corner. Timing chips much be secured firmly to the laces of one of your
running shoes using the ties provided by us on race day.
8. Any keys left in the key drop area are stored at the owner’s risk.
9. Race marshals and medical team members have the authority to disqualify and remove
any runner they consider to be acting dangerously, or to be unfit to compete.
10. Runners are required to report any casualties immediately to the nearest first aid post or
11. Individual prizes will be awarded as listed on the website ww.inspireraces.co.uk. These
will be announced on the day following the event and posted out.
12. In the event of any dispute the decision of the Race Referee shall be final.
13. A headtorch/chest torch must be worn during the event as there are areas of dark
within the forest.
The course is a 2.5km route, which you are allowed to do as many laps as you can within a 2 hour time frame. You must have started your final lap before the 2 hours is up from the start of the race.
The course will be well signed with highly visible arrows and marshalled. The race
map will be available from the Inspire Races website two weeks prior to the race This is a
trail event and as such the terrain will be uneven, and could contain hazards such as tree
roots, fallen branches etc. The route is all on forestry commission land and we therefore ask
you to refrain from dropping any litter.
There will be a water station at the start finish area.
Please make sure you are prepared for the weather.
All finishers will receive a medal.
We may record your race number at various points along the route, so please keep it visible
on your front and shout it out if asked.
Marshals will be situated along the route and will summon first aid if required. Please let a
marshal or race official know if you decide to withdraw from the event at any point after
registering on the day.
Please treat all marshals, race officials, organisers, volunteers and other competitors with
respect and follow their instructions.
Spectators are welcome. We ask that spectators only stay within the start area as we wish
the running route to be clear of additional obstacles. High Lodge is a family venue and
therefore there are many activities to keep you interested throughout the day.
Full results will available at www.chiptiminguk.co.uk on the following day. Trophies will be
posted out to the winners. Trophies will be awarded for the most laps in the quickest time
for female and male seniors and female and male juniors.
Official photographs will be available to view via the
Inspire Races Facebook site. Higher quality images will be available to purchase after the
If after reading this information you have any queries prior to the day of the event, please
If you have any queries on the day of the event, please speak to a member of the
Inspire Races Team who will be located at Event Registration.
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