The Cattle Creep 10K returns on the 17th June 2021.
A fantastic 10km riverside run through the less well-known parkland of north Milton Keynes. The route uses the old Cattle Creep to take you under the Grand Union Canal to the parkland on the other side. A great mid-week summer run!
The route starts and ends at the Wolverton House pub (see location map below).
If you do plan on dining at the Wolverton Stone House after you have finished the race, please do call and book it with them first.
Anyone who registered before Monday 7th June will have their race packs posted to them.
Any participants who registered after this will need to collect their pack on the day. There will be a tent at the event venue where athletes can pick up race packs that did not arrive in the post. Please get in touch before event day if your pack has not arrived.
Please see the athlete information pack here.
Registration opens: 5:45pm
First Wave: 6:15pm
Last Wave: 7pm
Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd Male and Female. They will be posted out after the event.
We are going to be starting athletes in waves (no mass start). You can choose your starting wave when you sign up. However if by June we can run the event as ‘normal’, we shall revert back to a mass 7pm mass start.
Sanitisation zones will be available for use at the event venue.
All spectators and staff will be required to wear appropriate PPE.
No water stations will be available, it is up to you to bring your own bottles and sweets. We will have a refill section at the venue for you to fill your bottles up.
There will be no mass starts and instead waves every 15 minutes.
We ask that athletes wear the appropriate face coverings when collecting their race packs from registration and respect social distance guidelines when around the venue.
If you begin to feel unwell leading up to the event or have any symptoms of COVID19 we ask that you forfeit your place and do not attend.
If the place you live in is put into tight restrictions inclusive of travel restrictions, we ask that you abide by government guidelines and do not attend the event.
A more detailed description of our COVID-19 measures can be found HERE.
There is limited parking at the venue, so we do encourage you to park in the nearby car parks:
Car Park 1: Watermill Lane car park, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5NZ 2.
Car Park 2: Stony Stratford Nature Reserve car park, Queen Eleanor St, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1DB 3.
Car Park 3: The Cock car park, 52°03’28. 0°51’11.7″W, N 8th St, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1EJ 4.
Car Park 4: Ostlers Lane Car Park, 52°03’36. 0°51’07.3″W, N 8th St, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1PW 5.
Car Park 5: Market Square Car Park, 52°03’22. 0°51’13., 4″N N 9th St, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1BE 6.
Car Park 6: Cofferidge Close Car Park, 1 Market Square, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1BE 7.
Car Park 7: Hawkins Close Car Park, Hawkins Close, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1LT
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Big Cow are happy to be supporting our local charity Willen Hospice with The Cattle Creep 10K 2021
About Willen Hospice “We are proud to be one of the best-loved charities in Milton Keynes, because of the difference we make for people with life-limiting illnesses and at the end of their lives. While we can’t change the diagnosis, we can improve the quality of life of our patients as they face and come to terms with their illness. We help our patients to live as well as they possibly can, we listen to their needs and we also support their families. Dedicated teams provide a range of support including treatment at the Hospice or in patient’s homes; bereavement support for family members; and therapeutic services. We also work closely with GPs, hospitals, community nursing staff and social workers to make sure that our specialist care is practical, informed and supportive at all levels. Our vision is to always be there to care. To provide that care free of charge, we rely on the generosity of the local community in helping raise £4.7 million every year – that’s £9 every minute of the day.”