|Sunday 29 October 2017|
|10:30 am prompt
(please allow enough time to register, collect your running number and tag)
|Chorleywood Working Men’s Club,
|There is no parking at the venue or on Shepherds Lane (this will be closed to traffic.)
Please note: parking is available in the streets nearby the venue, but it can get busy.
If you can, we would encourage you to come by public transport or to car share.
Unfortunately, there are no changing or shower facilities available at the club. However, there are plenty of toilets next to the venue.
If you need to leave your belongings at the start of the race, please bring something secure and waterproof to put them in and clearly labelled.
Stewards will be supervising the area, but items are left at the individual’s own risk.
Refreshments, tea/coffee etc. are available to buy from the Club bar.
The run starts and finishes at the same timing line under the bridge on Shepherds Lane.
- You will be given a timing tag when you register.
- Your timing tag needs to be securely attached to your shoe.
- The timing chip will register as you cross the start line.
Please make sure that your race number is firmly attached to the front of your running T-shirt or vest and is clearly visible.
During the run
There will be manned water stations through the route.
First Aid and medical attention is provided by St. John Ambulance around the course and after the race
- Please run on the left hand side of the road
- For your own safety please don’t wear headphones whilst running.
- Please note not all the roads will be closed, so expect traffic or other road users.
- Follow the agreed route unless directed otherwise.
- There will be a vehicle or motorbike ahead of the runners at all times and emergency vehicles will be following at the end.
- There are 1-mile marker points if you need to drop out, transport is available to take you back to the start/finish.
- We expect to provide a full results service a few days after the event.
- If your time is very important to you, it is advisable to note your own time too.
Need to know more?
You can find lots of helpful advice from runners who’ve taken part before, with ideas on training, what to bring on the day and what to expect in Runners Talk.
“Hilly, downhill finish, country roads”