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Cattle Creepy 10K 2022

The Cattle Creepy 10K returns on the 27th October 2022.

Celebrate Halloween in style! 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 night run!

Headtorches are compulsory.

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.

Race Packs

Anyone who registered before Wednesday 19th October 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.

  • Toilets
  • Fully marked route with marshals on course
  • Chip timing
  • Online results
  • Awesome bespoke wooden medal

There will be no prizes for this event.

Sanitisation zones will be available for use at the event venue.

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.

Race packs will be posted out prior to the event, however we will have a registration tent at the venue where you can collect a new race pack should yours not arrive before the day.

We ask that athletes abide by the government COVID guidelines that are set at the time of the event taking place as we ourselves will be doing.

If you begin to feel unwell leading up to the event or have any symptoms of COVID-19 we ask that you get in touch with us so we may discuss what we can do regarding your place in the event.

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

Wolverton Stonehouse 
Stratford Road
Wolverton
Bucks
MK12 5NZ

Run 
10K 
Multi-terrain

£20 + booking fee

Routes

Charity Partners

Samuel’s Charity is a local charity to Milton Keynes. The charity was started by Samuel, who in 2013 was admitted to St George’s hospital in South London and diagnosed with a rare cancer, Precursor T-Cell Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. This particular type had not been seen before which meant the treatment for it wasn’t black and white, and there was trial and error in the type of treatment he got.

On Wednesday 22nd January 2014 Samuel lost his fight. He was 9 years old. Samuel started his charity to help really sick kids and their families get through what is most likely the worst time in their lives, to make their time more bearable and to bring some relief, fun and hope to their day. The charity helps any sick children, whether in hospital or not.

“None of what we do is possible without the support of the volunteers, donors and event participants that actually raise the money. There are too many to name, but their help is generous, selfless and makes a huge difference to so many children. Our gratitude and thanks is with each and every one of you.” “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.”

Registered charity number 270194.

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