05 Mar 17
The event will start at 11:00am on Sunday 5th March 2017, Registration will be open on the day from 9:00am and will close 20 minutes before competitors start, followed by a race breifing. There will be changing and shower facilities available and also lockers.
There are NO ENTRIES ON RACE DAY & UNFORTUNATELY WE CAN'T OFFER ANY REFUNDS AFTER SIGNING UP
This is a Cross Country 10km Run Race, although there is 2km on a single lane tarmac road at beginning, followed by farm tracks and woodland paths in the beautiful Craigengillan Estatein Dalmellington, The views this run has to offer are fantastic!! Feel free to bring your family along to enjoy a lovely walk in the Estate afterwards. We are delighted to be fully sponsored in this event again, a big Thank You to local company Dalmellington Country Butchers for their support for the Hillbilly.
NORMAL TRAINERS ARE GOOD, TRAIL ARE BETTER, BUT DONT WEAR SPIKES
There will be a Free Buffet at the end for all competitors. Everyone will get a little memento for taking part and prizes for Various Top Spots including the sought after 1st Local Male & Female Claim to Fame, will be presented as soon as we collate the results.
Butterfly Events is the official organiser of this event and all entry fees will go to Cancer Research UK. This is not a sponsored event, but if anyone wishes to get sponsorship, we will happily send you a sponsor form.
Supporters of Butterfly Events have been enjoying fun in Ayrshire, in aid of Cancer Research UK since 2007. Lorna Dempsey started fundraising following the death of a close friend to Breast Cancer. To date, our voluntary committee, have raised a fabulous £360,402 , which is helping fund ongoing research into all types of Cancer in the UK. Butterfly Events aims are: - to organize fun, exciting, affordable events for everyday people whilst raising much needed funds for this fantastic charity and highlighting the importance of cancer awareness.
Cancer Research UK is the Worlds leading independent charity, dedicated to beating cancer through research. The charity will spend 80p from every £1 we raise directly on research into over 200 different types of cancer. We help fund over 4,000 scientists, doctors and nurses throughout the UK who investigate all aspects of cancer from sell growth to clinic trials with suffering patients. Cancer Research UK receives no government funding, so it is very important we continue our good work.