Winter Warrior Round 1
21 October @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Round 1 of the DirtRun Winter Warrior Series 2018/19
The event takes place at the National Trust Brockhampton Estate, near Bromyard, Worcestershire.
A 10km / 5km off-road senior and youths route (3k junior route) will take runners from the medieval manor house at Lower Brockhampton, and follow rights of way across fields, tracks and woodland (with a fair bit of climbing!), before heading back down to finish back at the manor house. Truly spectacular !
Parents may run with their children in the junior run, at no extra cost.
JUNIOR RACE 09:00 (£6 entry fee)
YOUTH & SENIOR RACES 09:30 (£14 5k, £18 10k entry fee)
Category prizes on offer, including real ale courtesy of sponsor’s Teme Valley Brewery
Finish goodies and medal for all competitors.
The event supports St Richards Hospice . £1 from all SENIOR entry fees will be donated direct to charity. Participants may make additional voluntary contributions as desired on the on-line entry page
REGISTRATION CLOSES 08:45 for the junior race, and 09:15 for the youth / senior races
JUNIOR RACE OPEN TO 4-11 yr olds. YOUTH 5k RACE 12-15 yrs. MINIMUM AGE FOR SENIOR RACE ON RACE DAY – 16 years
LIMITED PLACES – 250 RUNNERS LIMIT (Total across all races)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION – ENTRY TO BROCKHAMPTON ESTATE – National Trust members get FREE entry into the grounds of Brockhampton Estate. NON-MEMBERS will be charged £2.50 (adults) , children (under 15yrs) are FREE to enter the estate, at the gate house. This includes runners and spectators.
WITHDRAWAL POLICY – NO refunds will be issued UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. You may however TRANSFER your entry ONCE to another DirtRun event . YOU MUST NOTIFY THE ORGANISER BEFORE THE EVENT TAKES PLACE.
Important announcement for those runnning with dogs at our DirtRun events. Anyone wishing to run with a dog, will start 5 minutes behind the rest of the field.
St Richard’s Hospice provides free specialist palliative care for patients living with cancer and other life- limiting illnesses and supports their families. St Richard’s is an independent charity and is grateful for all donations to help it continue its work.