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Croome Summer Landscape Lap
22 July, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
A mid summer, mid week run around the stunning Croome Estate. Join us when the ground should be firm, the weather dry and the mid summer sun WILL be shining !
The event takes place at the National Trust Croome Estate.
A 10km single lap / 5km off-road senior and youths route (2.5k junior route) will take runners from the church, and follow rights of way across fields, tracks, bridges and woodland before heading back to finish back at the church. Awesome scenery guaranteed !
Parents may run with their children in the junior run, at no extra cost.
JUNIOR RACE 18:30 (£6 entry fee)
YOUTH & SENIOR RACES 19:00 (£13 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.
PLEASE NOTE – TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF WASTE AT OUR EVENTS, WE NOW PROVIDE A ‘SELF-SERVICE’ WATER REFILL SERVICE AT HALF DISTANCE IN 10k RUNS. A WATER CONTAINER WITH TAP WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO FILL YOUR OWN BOTTLE OR CUP, BUT WE DO NOT PROVIDE CUPS.
The event supports St Richards Hospice . £1 from all SENIOR entry fees will be donated direct to charity. A donation is also made to National Trust Croome to help with the upkeep of the wonderful estate.
REGISTRATION CLOSES 18:15 for the junior race, and 18:45 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 – 300 RUNNERS LIMIT (Total across all races)
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 running with dogs at our DirtRun events. Anyone wishing to run with a dog, will start 1 minute 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.