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Wolverton Stonehouse 
Stratford Road
Wolverton
Bucks
MK12 5NZ

29th October 2020
7pm

 

Run 
10K 
Multi-terrain

£20

About

Celebrate Halloween in style – a night run around the beautiful parkland north of Milton Keynes. A night version of our tried and tested classic – The Cattle Creep – hosting a fantastic 10k riverside run along the river as it winds its way through the fields and farmlands of the Ouse Valley Park.

The route uses the old Cattle Creep (mind your head!) to take you under the Grand Union Canal to the parkland on the other side. Being in October, it will be dark, so will not only be a test of endurance, but test of your nerve running in the dark!

We are super pleased to announce it will be going ahead physically this year (almost exactly as we planned!)
 
To make the event more Covid-19 safe we are going to be running the event in waves of 30 every 10 minutes, with the first wave beginning at 5:30pm and the last wave heading off at 7pm. Please make sure you select the correct wave.
 
The route starts and ends at the Wolverton House pub.

If you do plan on dining in at the Wolverton Stone House after you have finished the race, please do call and book in with them first.

HEAD/CHEST TORCH COMPULSORY

Schedule

Registration Opens: 5pm

Wave 1: 5:30pm

Wave 2: 5:40pm

Wave 3: 5:50pm

Wave 4: 6pm

Wave 5: 6:10pm

Wave 6: 6:20pm

Wave7: 6:30pm

Wave 8: 6:40pm

Wave 9: 6:50pm

Wave 10: 7pm

What’s included

  • Bag Drop area
  • Toilets
  • Fully marked route and marshals on course
  • Medical support on course
  • Unmanned bike park
  • Chip Timing
  • Online results
  • Awesome medal

Prizes

1st, 2nd, 3rd Male and Female – Prizes to be posted out to you after the event.

Volunteer & Race for Free

Volunteer at one of our events and in exchange we will give you free entry into another similar event – find out more here.

Routes

Facebook Group

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