Forres Harriers Brodie Castle 10k 2016
06 Nov 16
Forres Harriers Brodie Castle 10k
(under SAL permit no. 2015/230 dated 12 Dec 15)
Sunday 6 November 2016.
new for this year - chip timing.
NOW SOLD OUT - SEE YOU ALL ON RACE DAY
SORRY BUT NO WAITING LIST OR TRANSFERS
KIDS RACE £1 Entry - Enter on day only
Welcome to the Forrers Harriers Brodie Castle 10k, please read your race notes thoroughly to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable race.
And welcome back to those who joined us for last years race - we hope to make this year's race bigger and better than last year but every bit as much fun for all involved. This year we are introducing chip timing for faster results and a larger field.
Formerly known as the Dyke 10k now starting and finishing in the spectacular grounds of the 16th century Brodie Castle, a National Trust for Scotland property. Following much of the route of the old Dyke 10k race but now starting and finishing in the spectacular grounds of the castle. We don't think that there are many events in the country that offer the runner a better view as they race towards a race finish line - a tree lined route to a picturesque castle in lovely grounds.
This year the race is held under SAL permit (permit no 230 dated 12 Dec 2015). around a certified accurately measured course. UK Association of Course Measurers Cert no. 2015412.
Medal or memento and soup for all finishers.
Registration: Will take place from 0930 -1045 in the grounds of Brodie Castle- the stable block.
Race Briefing: There will be a race safety brief at the race start to go over any safety issues and answer any questions.
Please follow all instructions from race officials as they are there to ensure your safety. The roads on the race route are NOT closed for this event so be aware of other road traffic. Under UK Athletics rules you must not wear headphones whilst running on this course. You will be disqualified if seen wearing headphones during the race at any point.
Start Time: The race will start prompt at 1100 in the picturesque castle grounds. A traffic free start to your race. The first kilometre or so is on the estate road. Start line is on the entrance road to the castle - please assemble there for a safety briefing.
Water Stops: There will be a water station on the course.
Race Finish: The runners enter the grounds of the castle in the last mile and race towards the finish in front of the castle presenting a fantastic photo opportunity for all finishers.
Post race and spectator Refreshments: Refreshments will be available in the stable block - a cup of soup, teas and coffees for runners and the also nearby in the Castle's coffee shops (chargeable). Toilets are available in the car park, the stable block and the coffee shop areas. There are no changing facilities available on site.
General Information: There is special event car parking provided in the grounds of Brodie Castle. Please follow directions on arrival whilst still adhering to the Castle one-way traffic system.
ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED Entry and entry Fees: This is available only online here at Entry Central, online entries will close on the 30 October 2016 or if the field is full before then. Some people got upset at missing out last year as they waited until last minute and we had sold out and filled the waiting list. The entries had been open since April. We will not have a waiting list this year and no transfers or deferments will be available. ENTRIES NOW CLOSED
Entries online in advance are priced at £15.00 SAL and £17.00 non SAL.
Online entries will close at midnight 30 October 2016 or if sold out before that date . EntryCentral will show the race as 'Closed' after this time. ENTRIES CLOSED
Many thanks to National Trust for Scotland for their support in promoting and hosting this event with us. Why not visit the castle over the spring and summer or try one of their events before you come along on race day? http://www.nts.org.uk/Property/Brodie-Castle/ for details and more information.
Thanks also to local food producers for donations for goody bags including Wild West Beef Jerky - made in Forres. And also to Walkers Shortbread for providing goody bag snacks too. Thanks to Run4It in Inverness for some spot prizes to be awarded on the day.
FULL RACE DAY INSTRUCTIONS
Your number including timing chips should be collected on the day - we do not post out numbers or race information - check back here for updates regulary.
Registration is open from 0930 - 1045. Please try to avoid arriving before this time - we may not be finished setting up before this time.
A pre-race briefing will take place at the start line just before the start of the race. A safety notice and maps will be shown at registration. The start line is on the approach road to the castle in the grounds. Please make your way to the start for this pre-race brief.
A quick reminder - the roads are not closed to traffic, be aware of other road users, in accordance with UK Athletics rules for road races you may not use headphones during this race. You will be disquaified if seen wearing headphones during the race at any point.
Marshals cannot stop traffic so give way to other road users where necessary.
Water station is at approx 6k (the most practical place to safely have a water stop on that section of road).
If you need medical attention please let a marshal know or the tail cyclists.
If you cannot complete the race please let a marshal know or the tail cyclists
Refreshments are available at the castle afterwards. A cup of home made soup for all runners and teas and coffees, homebakes etc for all runners - for runners only thanks. Spectators can get refreshments from the cafe and shop.
Enjoy your day out with us at Brodie Castle. Why not stay the rest of the day and tour the castle?
Also Chris Spencer from ActivNorth was there last year. Visit his website at www.activnorth.com to see some of his great sports pictures including last years event pics . You may see yourself in some of them and buy a copy.
Total Places: 450
Places Available: ??
|30 Oct 2016||£15.00||£17.00|
*Discounted for members of any of SA EA WA
For each sign-up with a card payment, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 5% (min 60p). You pay no surcharge