The Cambus Quarter
20 Aug 2023
On the day Entries
As is the tradition with the Cambus Quarter race on the day entries will be accepted. The on the day entry fee will be as shown in the Payment section of the race invite. If you wish to take up this option please (i) arrive at registration in good time, (ii) try to bring the exact money for the fee to be paid, and (iii) if you have Scottish Athletic affiliation(SAA) and wish to pay the reduced fee then please bring proof of your current (SAA) membership and your affiliation number.
The race is run over a 6.5 mile mixed terrain course. The route is NOT closed to traffic during the race but marshals will be at any significant road crossings and the railway level crossing. You must comply with all instructions from marshals or you risk being disqualified.
The race starts in Cambus village and does an anti-clockwise loop along the trail banks of the river forth around farmland before returning to the start on tarmac path where you will again pass through the village. There will be a water station with biodegradable cups available at this point. The route continues on a clockwise loop past Cambus Pools Nature Reserve, through Blackgrange, past Diageo and across the level crossing before heading back to the finish line along the old A907 and Cambus Cycle Path. The route is flat and a mixture of road and trail (road shoes would probably be best suited unless it's been really wet).
Please remember the route is not closed to the public and we do not have right of way, so please be courteous and sensible when passing members of the public and DO NOT drop any litter on the route.
Rules and permits
The event is held Under UK Athletics Rules and scottishathletics Licence.
Strictly NO DOGS are allowed in the race, without exception.
Entry and registration
Entrants must complete registration and collect race numbers by 9.45am on the morning of the race. The race has a limit of 200 runners. There are limited changing facilities so we suggest you come "ready to run". There are no showers. If the race must be postponed for circumstances outside our control we will try to hold the race on another date. No refunds will be given if you pre-enter but can't run on race day. If that happens, you may nominate another runner and we will make a substitution free of charge.
Runners must be at least 16 years of age (on race day) and must not run unless medically fit to do so. Entry is at competitor’s own risk and participants accept that no person(s) or organisation(s) will be held responsible for any accident, injury, or loss to a competitor or to their property, prior to, during, or after the event. The organisers reserve the right to alter the arrangements and conditions should circumstances require. Competitors agree that results with names, times and positions can be published. Competitors consent to any official event photographers taking photographs, and the publication of those photographs for promotional uses. (We do not guarantee an official event photographer will be at the event)
Ample parking is available adjacent to the race registration (Cambus Bowling Club)
First Aid facilities will be available
Race start and timing
Race start is at 10.15am (approx) in Cambus village. Race brief will be at approx 10:00 am (times are subject to change and if these change before race day we will email all runners)
Course information and photos at Wee County Harriers, The Cambus Quarter or email the race organiser.
Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:
Male: 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Female: 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
All runners will receive a race souvenir at the end.
Water and biodegradable cups will be provided on the course at the halfway/end point. Refreshments will be available at Cambus Bowling Club after the event.
We will have a collection point for The Gate, our local foodbank charity. If you are able to, please consider donating things like tins of soup/vegetables/meat/fruit (they have plenty of pasta!). Thank you.
The Wee County Harriers gratefully acknowledge the support of Diageo, Cambus Bowling Club, Clackmannanshire Council, Drew Mclaren (local farmer), The Royal Oak, Alloa and Central Produce, Alloa.
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*Discounted for members of any of SA EA WA
To sign-up for this event, the Service Fee is 4% (min 50p) for each sign-up
Dates and Status
Total Places: 200
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