TAKE ON DELAMERE FOREST.
HELP BEAT CANCER
Date: Saturday 12 November 2016
Time: Starts at 11am
Toughness Rating: Tougher
Venue: Delamere Forest, Cheshire
Take on a Tough 10 run in Delamere Forest - the largest wooded area in Cheshire.
No obstacles - this is the chance to take on 10k of exposed tree roots, narrow paths and the occasional head-height branch that will be sure to keep you on your toes.
Delamere Forest is a popular local beauty spot, however we have created a course that is not for the faint-hearted.
The start line is behind the Old Pale car park and heads upwards towards the Sandstone Trail and Nettleford woodlands, before heading back into the undulations of the forest. The course will take you around some of the forest's sharp short climbs, with twists and turns that make the most of the natural terrain.
The course will be on woodland tracks with some ‘off road' sections.
You must be aged 16 or over on the day of the event to take part. Persons aged 16 or 17 must take part with either a parent, guardian or, if having obtained their parent or legal guardian’s permission, another registered participant aged 18 or over.
- A fully signed and marshalled route
- Chip timing
- First aid response across the whole course
- Training guidance and pre-event support
- Fundraising support
- Free bag-drop
- Water station and energy gels on course; water and electrolyte tablets at the end
- Medal for every participant
- 20% discount at 2XU
Will there be a bag drop?
Yes. There will be a free of charge bag drop in the event area, however we cannot take responsibility for any belongings – please do not bring valuables with you.
Will there be water available?
Yes. There will be one water station on the course and a bottle of water for each participant at the finish line.
What is available for spectators?
There will be refreshment stands where spectators can purchase food and drink.
Are there toilets?
Yes, there will be toilets at the venue.
Are there shower facilities?
More information will be added closer to the event.
The event is being held at Delamere Forest, Cheshire CW8 2JD
There will be parking available for Tough 10 participants and supporters. However, we do appreciate it if you car share where possible as the park is still open to the public. There will be car parking signs from the main roads leading to the venue.
By public transport
Delamere train station is a 5 minute walk away from the venue.
The race will start at 11am.
Please arrive 45 minutes before the start. You will need your running number that will be sent to you in the post prior to your event.
Before the race starts there will be a short warm up and safety briefing.
This route is predominantly through uneven, winding forest paths with lots of exposed tree roots so strong, supportive running shoes are essential. There are some hills which can get wet and muddy so trail shoes will help if you have them.
Please make sure you bring spare layers for the cold November weather and dress appropriately for the conditions.
The race will be chip timed using ResultsBase.
The timing chip is a blue loop that attaches to one of your trainers and will be sent out to entrants the week before the event.
Our events couldn't go ahead without the amazing support of our awesome volunteers. Right now, we are looking for the following roles for our Tough 10 in Delamere Forest:
Event Day Volunteer - whatever time you can join us at the event, there are many ways you can help out in this role. You could set up marquees, put out flags and banners, get water to the start line or hand out medals at the finish. If you have a proactive attitude and loads of enthusiasm then we want to hear from you! Find out more about this role
Course Marshal Volunteer - inspire, cheer and motivate participants by covering one of the marshal points on the course. This crucial role ensures the event runs smoothly and participants feel motivated. This role is perfect for team players with great communication skills who can use their initiative if things crop up on the course. Find out more about this role