Organised by Weymouth St Paul’s Harriers and Athletic Club.
A 10k run on a mixture of typical forest tracks and woodland paths. The last kilometer is on a quiet country road. The event is in memory of Phil Carpenter and Bonnie Christopher and to raise money for Dorset County Hospital Chemotherapy Appeal and ‘Bonnie’s Last Wish for Working Donkeys’
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Runners will come across sweeping wide tracks and rough and undulating terrain, trees in the middle of the course and tree roots underfoot. This will call for good eye to foot coordination. If it has been raining there may be some muddy ground to contend with. There are two stiles to cross and a stream to cross as well.
When? – Sunday 14th July 2019
- Registration from 08:00 to 09:15
- Race Start Time – 09:30
Where? – Moreton Village Hall, Dorset, DT2 8RE will get you to the race HQ where you will finish. The actual start is 1km away on the North side of Moreton Ford. The nearest postcode to the start is DT2 8RJ.
How Much? – £15 will get you into the event and just £2 more if you are not affiliated to UK Athletics.Tickets avaialable from FULL ON SPORT website
Who? – As long as you are over 17 years of age, ‘You’ and all of your friends and family and colleagues and neighbours. Everybody is invited. No dogs I’m afraid. If you fancy a go and have not done any running before then the Weymouth St Pauls Harriers team will get you up off of your couch, up and running and achieving a 5k run at the Weymouth Park Run with their WSPH Couch to 5K training Program. The next course starts on Monday April 29th. Meet up at the Weymouth College Car Park at 18:30. See here for more details : http://www.wsphandac.co.uk/athletics/club-information/wsph-couch-5k-training-program/
How Long? – It’s only 10 kilometres, that’s 6 1/4 miles in old money.
What’s Included? – Medal for all finishers, trophies for the winners, fully signed and supported route, event Medics, lead bike rider and sweep runners, car parking, bag drop (not secured), post-race refreshment and lots of fun, banter and comradery.
Who is the organiser – Sandra Hood (Race Director)
Speak to her on – 07977 219306 / 01305 852620
Email her on – firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms and Conditions
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We need your help.
Apart from hundreds of runners, this event will need volunteers from the club and beyond to ensure its success. We will need marshals, race timers, car park attendants, computer operators etc. There will be tasks for everybody and much fun to be had in the process.
Are you First Aid Trained? We need to ensure that we can get to injured runners easily and quickly. We will have radios to summon help and an off-road Land Rover with one team on board but if you can ride a mountain bike fast or run with a pack on your back that would be brilliant. What can you offer?
We need sponsors for signage around the course, advance notice signs on the roads, stakes / fencing pins, barricade tape, finish line gantry and banner, radios, marshal jackets and lots more. What can you offer? Can you beg or borrow anything from work or friend’s? Do you have a favour to call in? Do you run a print shop?
Do you or somebody you know have a public address system? Are you good on the microphone? If so, then please get in touch. Does anybody have a Loud Hailer / Megaphone? What about a Gazebo?
Are you artistic? We would like a piece of artwork depicting the course to include in the runner’s information pack and to have at the start in a large format. Do you fancy doing this for us? We can walk you around the course to get ideas or you can run it yourself.
Please contact Justin Oakley on email@example.com / 07968 21383 / 01305 266798.
We look forward to hearing from you.