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The first Dong Energy Great Grimsby 10k and family fun run on 31st July 2016 proved extremely popular and captured the imagination of runners, sponsors and the local community. Spectators came out in their hundreds to cheer on the 1200 finishers. The fabulous route is on closed roads in a lovely part of Grimsby, with some real flat and fast roads for you to run on.

You will finish in a spectacular Victorian Park to be welcomed by thousands of spectators where there will be a very unique finish line festival with lots of acts and entertainment that will amaze you.

  • Flat fast and friendly race
  • Catering for all abilities up to 90 minute finish time
  • Super tee shirt, medal and goody bag
  • Brilliant community event in the park at the finish.
  • Closed roads
  • Professional medical back up
  • Accurately measured 10k course

Latest news

June 25, 2017

Running Numbers


We love sending out informative and sometimes amusing e mails to our runners. This one is very direct, for which we make no apologies, as it concerns safety. The funny ones will follow as we approach race day.
We want to make you aware that the deadline for transfer of places and any other alterations to the database has now gone. We now have a significant amount of work to ensure that your personalised running number and timing chip arrives with you a week or so before race day. Please do not ask us to transfer, as quite simply we are unable to do so. If you have moved house and not told us, it is your responsibility to visit your old address and retrieve your race pack.
Tempted to hand your runner number to someone else? If yes then read on.
You absolutely must not do this. As race directors we need to know who is out on the course. Any medical emergencies, and they do happen, means we need to contact next of kin who you made us aware of when entering the race. In a recent race, a runner thought it would be a good idea to give their mate their number to save a few quid. That runner became seriously ill and was taken to hospital and the ‘next of kin’ contacted. They travelled 100 plus miles to be by their bedside only to arrive and realise it was not their off spring, but their friend. True story, Don’t do it.
We hope you will respect this.

With just over a month to go, we really hope that your training is going well and you are looking forward to a fabulous race day.


All the best

Nicola and Neil

Race Directors


June 16, 2017

Security Advice

In view of the current increased security threat facing everyone in the UK, we have been provided sound advice by the police on how we can all stay safe. There is no need for anyone to be alarmed, we want everyone to enjoy the race as normal, but ask that you remain alert and vigilant.

Please report any unattended baggage or suspicious activity to an event marshal.

If using the baggage buses, you must show your runner number prior to handing the bag to our volunteers.

Don’t leave bags unattended or anywhere they could cause a security scare. And never agree to look after anyone else’s bags, no matter how plausible their story.
In an emergency, if you think there is an immediate risk, always call 999 and look around you for help from race marshals.

Remember, the chance of being caught in a terrorism incident is small. But if it happens – Run, Hide, Tell.


May 20, 2017

Update on Race Plans 10 weeks to go!
Lots of work has been taking place in the background to make this a fabulous day for you all. We are mindful that for a variety of reasons you may no longer be able to take part in this fabulous race. Not wanting your place to go to waste, we have a free transfer process which is open until 25th June. All you need to do is go to
http://www.stuweb.co.uk/contact .
Please provide Your name and date birth
For the new runner you must provide Full name Date Birth Full address including postcode E mail Telephone number Running club name Any medical conditions Next of kin name and telephone number Tee shirt size
Good luck Nicola and Neil Tape2Tape

February 21, 2017

Absolutely amazing……..the race is now full! With sponsors/charity places to add in there are 3000 runners signed up for the second Dong Energy Great Grimsby 10k. Its gonna be a good one!

February 19, 2017

Hi and thanks again for entering the Dong Energy Great Grimsby 10k.

We just wanted to give you an update on how plans for the race are progressing, with just over 5 months to go!

  • Tee shirts and medals have been designed, they look ace!
  • We have introduced a 3rd water station to go with the popular sponge station.
  • The race team are working hard to put some entertainment out on the course.
  • Traffic plans to close the roads are all in place.

Race packs will be posted out to you approximately 10 days before the race.

Keep up to date with race plans as they happen using our social media outlets.

Face Book

Twitter @gy10k

Instagram gy10k

Web site ; FAQ’s has key information for you.

Good luck with your training

Nicola and Neil Pattison

Race Directors


Race entry





Thanks to the generous contribution from our sponsors, entry fees for the great race are being kept very low

Afilliated runners £11

Unaffiliated runners £13

This is a small increase on 2016 due to VAT now being payable on all entry fees.

What do I get for my entry fee?

  • Flat fast accurately measured 10k on closed roads
  • Quality tee shirt and bespoke event medal
  • Excellent goody bag
  • Professional medical back up
  • Great HQ at Grimsby Town Hall
  • Community event in the park after the race
  • Loads of free car parking


The race has a 90 minute cut off time, which is in the region of 15 minutes per mile. This is necessary due to road closures and local community impact being kept to a minimum.

The Great Grimsby 10k is an inclusive event and encourages entries from all runners, irrespective of their ability or disability.      blackicon

We encourage anyone who has any concerns about the course and whether or not it is suitable for their individual circumstances to contact Nicola by e mail Nicola@tape2tape.co.uk or telephone 07919603800

The 10km course itself is flat, on wide tarmac roads(with the exception of the last 100m which is on grass), which should make it suitable for athletes in wheelchairs. You are however encouraged to contact Nicola@tape2tape.co.uk or telephone 07919603800 to discuss your individual circumstances so we can jointly decide on the best start time or position in the field for you.

Grimsby Town Hall has a disabled access situated on the left hand side and at the rear of the building the same access which is used for the Councils Archives Department, and this is signed on the entrance.  Access is gained via an intercom just inside the entrance hall which is connected to the Town Hall reception desk, who can remotely open the door, this gives direct access to the ground floor or the lift to the first floor.  The first floor disabled toilets are situated directly down the corridor to the left as you exit the lift.  Ground floor access is via a corridor to the left hand side as you come through the disabled entrance signposted “Reception” a stair lift will be available so that the ground floor disabled toilets can be accessed which are situated to the right of the main staircase.

When exiting the building there is a push button to automatically open the door.


Any visually impaired athlete is encouraged to run with a guide, who has a hi-viz tabard on denoting their role. Entry into the race is free for a guide, please contact Nicola@tape2tape.co.uk or telephone 07919603800 to discuss arrangements. guided-runner

lckzabbcaThere is parking next to Race HQ at Grimsby Town Hall which can be used by athletes with disabilities. Please contact Nicola@tape2tape.co.uk or telephone 07919603800 to reserve a parking place.

If an athlete or their supporters require parking close to the finish line in People’s Park, please contact Nicola@tape2tape.co.uk or telephone 07919603800 to discuss.

There is plenty of public transport accessing Grimsby Town centre(buses, trains and taxis), only a short distance away from the race start.

If you have any queries or suggestions on how to improve our inclusivity then contact Nicola@tape2tape.co.uk or telephone 07919603800




Race HQ

Security Advice

In view of the current increased security threat facing everyone in the UK, we have been provided sound advice by the police on how we can all stay safe. There is no need for anyone to be alarmed, we want everyone to enjoy the race as normal, but ask that you remain alert and vigilant.

Please report any unattended baggage or suspicious activity to an event marshal.

If using the baggage buses, you must show your runner number prior to handing the bag to our volunteers.

Don’t leave bags unattended or anywhere they could cause a security scare. And never agree to look after anyone else’s bags, no matter how plausible their story.
In an emergency, if you think there is an immediate risk, always call 999 and look around you for help from race marshals.

Remember, the chance of being caught in a terrorism incident is small. But if it happens – Run, Hide, Tell.


Race HQ will be at the iconic Great Grimsby Town Hall


Race HQ: Grimsby Town Hall, Town Hall Square, Grimsby DN31 1HU

ParkingAbbey Walk Multi-Storey (DN31 1NB, 428 spaces), Duchess Street (DN32 0RW, 225 spaces), Market Hall roof (DN31 1EB, 118 spaces), Fishing Heritage Centre North (DN31 1SY, 30 spaces), Fishing Heritage Centre North (DN31 1SY, 119 spaces), Town Hall car park will be closed.

Start and Finish: Start in Doughty Road near to Grimsby Town Hall, finishing in People’s Park. People’s Park is a 10 to 15 minute walk from the Town Hall.

Start times: 10am: 10k race starts,

Fun run starts  9.30am:

Toilets: Grimsby Town Hall inside and outside as well as the finish in  People’s Park

Baggage Buses

These will be located in the vicinity of Grimsby Town Hall and will leave at 0920 prompt to take your bags to the finish area.

Great Grimsby interesting Facts

According to legend, Great Grimsby was founded in the ninth century by a Danish Viking. The name Grimsby is thought to have originated from the Grim’s by, or ‘Grim’s Village’, based on Grim – the Danish Viking thought to be the founder of the town.

Grimsby is today a thriving modern town offering excellent facilities for education, shopping, leisure and work.  Grimsby is undergoing a radical transformation as part of a 25-year vision for the town, including the recently completed £6million town centre regeneration project, key developments on the docks, and exciting leisure developments in the town centre and beyond.

Once the world’s largest fishing port, the town is now benefitting from the rise of the offshore renewable energy industry and is a European centre for food processing.

North East Lincolnshire in a nutshell

North East Lincolnshire – home to the UK’s largest port and the seafood capital of the country.  North East Lincolnshire covers 192 square kilometres and includes the port towns of Great Grimsby and Immingham, the resort town of Cleethorpes and the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The population is about 157,300 and there are about 70,000 households.

Chart-topper Ella Henderson, motorbike ace Guy Martin, Strictly Come Dancing’s Kevin and Joanne Clifton, Miranda star Patricia Hodge, elephant man John Hurt and Australia’s most-despised soap character, Mrs Nell Mangel, played by actress Vivean Gray, are all from the borough.

Legendary music producer and former fish factory worker Rod Temperton is from Cleethorpes. He wrote and produced many of Michael Jackson’s biggest hits including Rock With You, Off the Wall and Thriller.

Elton John’s 1974 track ‘Grimsby’ was written by Bernie Taupin about his time in the town as a teenager. One line reads: “Oh England you’re fair, but there’s none to compare with my Grimsby. Through nights of mad youth, I have loved every sluice in your harbour.”

North East Lincolnshire’s key business sectors are:  ports and logistics, food processing, energy and renewables, chemical and process, housing and development and the visitor economy.

Grimsby top facts

Grimsby Dock Tower was designed as hydraulic tower by James William Wild and he modelled it on the Palazzo Pubblico in Siena, Italy. It stands 61m (200ft) high and was completed on 27 March 1852.

A miniature version of the Port of Grimsby can be found at Legoland Windsor – it features the Dock Tower, Corporation Bridge and other local landmarks.

Grimsby and Immingham handle more cargo than any other port complex in the UK

Grimsby is at the forefront in serving the developing offshore wind energy industry. Our headline sponsor DONG Energy plus Centrica, RES Offshore, Siemens and E-on have all based their offshore operations and maintenance teams at the docks.

Grimsby is the UK’s major car import terminal with 500,000 vehicles handled each year

And of course, there’s a lot of fish…

Traditional Grimsby Smoked Fish enjoys Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) in recognition of its long history of curing

Grimsby is Europe’s Food Town with around 500 food-related companies based here

60 per cent of all seafood eaten in the UK is processed in Grimsby and the Humber

The seafood industry is worth £2.5bn to North East Lincolnshire

Grimsby is the UK’s seafood capital with more than 100 fish related companies – including Young’s, Morrisons, Icelandic Seachill and Saucy Fish Co

Grimsby’s fish market handles some 21,000 tonnes of fresh fish each year

Grimsby is the destination for 60 species of seafood from more than 30 countries

Grimsby has the largest concentration of cold storage facilities in Europe

£5.6m Humber seafood Institute at Europarc to support the UK seafood industry

Not long after Birdseye launched the first frozen fish fingers in the USA in 1955, Grimsby’s Eskimo Frozen Foods created their own version made with whole pieces of fish.  One of their first marketing promotions was to give buyers of their fish fingers a photograph of an up and coming young group called The Beatles.  Today, 114 packets of fish fingers are thought to be sold every minute in shops across the UK.

Race course

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As a result of feedback from our runners and an operational de-brief of key team members we have made some slight changes to the course. The issues we needed to overcome were

Crowding outside of the town hall where the HQ is located and the start line was.

Potential to collide with bollards on the loop inside People’s Park

Limited park access for spectators during the race as we had to cordon off the full inner circle, save for a few crossing points.

Make it a more safe and enjoyable race for you.

As a result we have moved the start line just 300m away into Doughty Road. The route into the park is direct from the bandstand, so still great for runners and spectators alike.

View the improved new route below

Click here >>>REVISED ROUTE


The safety of all participants is our number one priority. You will see that we have gone to great lengths and expense to ensure that you have a safe race day experience.

Road closures


North East Lincolnshire Council has granted a full road closure order for the race. We will work with local communities to minimise impact, communicate full details of the road closures and encourage their involvement in this great event.

Medical provision


UK Athletics specify the amount of medical coverage that is needed at any road race that they licence. With our ethos of safety being our number one priority, we always far exceed the minimum requirements. We will have a fully staffed first aid post at the finish as well as one out on the course.


Marshals will be in place at every road junction, for the safety of all runners as well as other road users. Please ensure that you obey the instructions of marshals at all times. There will be more than 100 volunteer marshals on the course, so please show your appreciation as you run past them.

Risk assessment

A risk assessment complying with UK Athletics requirements will be regularly updated as planning for the race progresses.

Lead car/cyclists


A lead car and cyclists will be on the course ahead of the lead runners warning other road users that runners are on their way


Road closures

Road Closure & Traffic Management Information during the 2017 Dong Energy Great Grimsby 10k and Fun Run.

As race organisers our number one priority is safety. We have a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order in place for the race. This is legally binding and prevents traffic from entering the race route and some surrounding streets before and during the race.

We acknowledge that this may cause some disruption to some people, but respectfully ask you to plan ahead, making minor adjustments to your normal routine.

With the exception of an area in Great Grimsby Town Centre, roads will start to be closed down from 8.30 am. We expect the full network to be back to normal by 12 noon.

We will be going to significant lengths to advertise the road closures

  • Thousands of letters delivered to residents and businesses on the route
  • Local media awareness
  • Social media posts
  • Advanced signage on the route a week before race day
  • Signed diversionary routes

Click on the map below to enlarge.

Electronic map can be found HERE



Grimsby Town Centre

The area bounded by Doughty Road, Town Hall Square, East Street, Victoria Street, Town Hall Street, Pasture Street, Osborne Street and New Street will be closed from 7.30am and re-open around 10.15am. This is to allow the start line to be set up as well as provide a safe area for the expected 4,000 people to congregate prior to the race.

Town Hall Street Bus Stands

We are grateful to Stagecoach who have agreed to have the bus stops re-located to Frederick Ward Way from 7.30 until around 10.20am.

Weelsby Road and surrounding Streets

We will do our utmost to keep one end of Weelsby Road open for as long as possible. There may however be a period of about 20 minutes when both ends are closed to traffic. This will be relaxed as soon as it is safe to open up.

We expect that the Nuns Corner end will be closed from 8.30am. It will re-open at about 10.20am. The Peaks Parkway junction will be kept open for traffic to travel towards Cleethorpes until just before the first runner enters the Parkway. It will not be possible for vehicles to enter Peaks Parkway from 8.30am.

Diana Princess of Wales Hospital

We are working closely with the hospital and East Midlands Ambulance Service to ensure it is business as normal. Access to the hospital for members of the public and staff is via Second Avenue. Ambulances who are travelling to/from the hospital in an emergency will have access to the race route at all times.

Louth Road

Anyone wishing to exit Louth Road during the race are advised to park their vehicle in Southfield Avenue prior to 8.30am. This will allow you to drive onto Waltham Road and out of town.

Park Drive.

This will be closed at both junctions with Welholme Road from 8.30am and re-open around 12 noon. It will however be possible to use Park Drive and exit into Weelsby Road.  Anyone who lives between number 1 and 10 Park Drive are advised to leave their vehicle beyond number 11 if you need to leave during the times of the road closures.

Scartho Top

Access in and out of Scartho Top during the race will be via the hospital grounds and Second Avenue.




Firstly, you must ensure that you give yourself ample time to locate a parking spot and walk to the start line.

Secondly, in the interest of out environment and cutting down on congestion, wherever possible please consider lift sharing.

Please be mindful that roads in and around the course will start to be closed down from 8.30am!


Arrive early and beat the road blocks.

• Roads on the race route close at 8.30am



Runners can park for free in Freshney Place Shopping Centre multi storey car park

Runners should enter the car park and collect a ticket as normal when they arrive.Take your ticket together with your race bib number to the customer service desk near HMV, where your ticket will be validated for free parking.

Enter Grimsby on either the A180, A46 or A16 and then follow the signs for ‘Town Centre’, the East and West Car Parks are accessible from Frederick Ward Way. (DN31 1ED)

FREE parking for race entrants is also available at Abbey Walk Multi-Storey (DN31 1NB).

There are several other pay and display car parks in Grimsby town centre, all within a short walk of the start and finish line.

Coach parking is available at the Burgess Street car park, just off the A16 Victoria Street South. The nearest postcode is DN31 1PB.

Parking for spectators travelling to the race finish line in People’s Park can be found at Grimsby Institute, Nuns Corner, Grimsby DN34 5BQ. It’s a 5 minute walk to the park. Town centre roads on the race route will close at 8.30am.

Park and Stride

Thanks to Grimsby Institute we have a park and stride facility at their Nuns Corner Campus DN34 5BQ. This is around 10 minutes steady walk to the start line and around 5 minutes back from the finish area.

Entry is via  Hereford Avenue which can be accessed via Westward Ho or Laceby Road. Don’t forget, Bargate may be closed from 8.30 am so plan your journey in advance.


We’re grateful to Stagecoach for their support in redirecting buses on race day. Riverhead Bus Exchange will be closed to all vehicles between 8.15am and 10.15am. Buses will be diverted via Frederick Ward Way in both directions and will use temporary stops.

Normal bus service departures will resume from the Riverhead after 10.15am. For further details on bus travel around Grimsby contact Traveline on 0871 2002233 or visit www.traveline.org.uk.


A regular rail service operates from all parts of the country directly into Grimsby Town station, a short walk from the race start. For all timetable details telephone 08457 484950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.




Cash prizes for first, second and third placed male and female:  first £250, second £150 and third: £100.

Corporate Challenge: mixed teams, first four runners in each team to count. Trophy for first, second and third teams.

Running Club challenge:  first four male and first four female runners to count.

Under 20’S Trophy for first male and female in this age category.

Veterans prizes: trophy for first male and female runner in the following age categories: male 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70 and female 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70.


  • What is the minimum age to enter the 10k?

    15 years of age

  • Is there a cut off time for the 10k?

    Due to the road closures and community impact all runners must be able to complete the course within 90 minutes.

  • Can I wear earphones in the race?

    The organisers do not advocate the use of personal headphones during the race. We are bound by the rules of England athletics who state that only bone conducting earphones may be used in a race where the roads are not closed to traffic >>>READ FULL ARTICLE If you do choose to run with headphones on you do so entirely at your own risk as it will significantly reduce your ability to listen to safety instructions.

  • What can I do if I am no longer able to run?

    When you entered the race you signed up to the terms and conditions, which state that you are not eligible to a refund or entry deferral to next year. The deadline to transfer numbers ended at 9am on 25th June. Do not give your number to anyone else, it is dangerous.                                              

  • When will I receive my running number and timing chip?

    These will be posted out and be  with you around 7-10 days before the race

  • How do I change my address, club name etc?

    You can do this up to 9am on 25th June. If you have failed to advise of a change of address, you will need to collect your race pack from your previous address.  

  • Where can I see the entry list of runners?

    Click here >>>ENTRY LIST




































































Dear Runner

DSC00900You have done a wonderful thing without knowing! Your registration for the Dong Great Grimsby 10k this year means a donation of £1 has already been made to the Health Tree Foundation (HTF).

The HTF is the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation’s Trust dedicated charity. Operating within Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole hospitals, HTF grants wishes requested by families, patients and staff to enhance the Trust’s services.

Wishes can vary from specialist equipment, e.g. portable machines to locate veins to allow less painful insertion of needles during chemotherapy, to more comfortable waiting room chairs.

I am a consultant at Grimsby A&E where a number of wishes have been requested, including renovating the family room and courtyard. The family room is often where bad news is broken, and families gather to say their final goodbyes to loved ones, so we are determined to make this a more comfortable environment.

To help towards fundraising efforts, I will be pushing myself physically and mentally by running the London Marathon this April and then along with my colleague, Dr Oltunde Ashaolu, I’ll be running the Dong Great Grimsby 10k in July. Personally, I don’t know which will be more challenging, as Dr Ashaolu will probably need dragging across the finish line!

Dr Ashaolu and I would love nothing more than for you to consider raising funds for the A&E wishes – we are an incredibly dedicated team in the A&E department and we can’t tell you how much we would welcome your support!

If you’d like further information on joining our fundraising efforts, please email the HTF Community Champion, Lauren Alexander: lauren.alexander@nhs.net or call her on: 01472 874111 ex 1009. Lauren can also provide you with a HTF running vest, sponsorship forms and support with setting up an online giving page.

The Health Tree Foundation’s mantra is that small changes make big differences, and take it from me, they really do. Every wish granted will assist my team in delivering the very best care to the people in our communities, and it goes without saying that we will always be here for you and your families.

See you in July!



David Arundel

A&E Consultant at Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital





Terms and conditions



Minimum age for entry is 15 in the 10km race

There is no minimum age for entering the fun run, but parents/guardians MUST look after their children at all times and make sure they are capable of completing the run in safety.

Refunds of entry fee will not be considered under any circumstances.

Entries received prior to 30th June will have the runners first name on their runner number.

You can change runner details up to 9am on 25th June.

The organisers will not be responsible for the loss, theft or damage of your personal belongings, other than caused as a result of our negligence.

This is a challenging event. It is your responsibility to make sure you have the required fitness to complete the race.

It is your personal responsibility to ensure that you arrive in good health ready to complete the race. You are advised to note the advice at www.runnersmedicalresource.com

There will be event medical cover in place at the race. If you need any assistance, please notify a marshal/official and they will make contact with the medics.

If a runner with disabilities wishes to enter, please make contact with the organisers to discuss the feasibility of safely participating in the race. We will arrange a site visit with you so that you can undertake a suitable assessment of risk.

Please listen to and respond to the advice given by race officials and marshals. They are there to ensure that you and the general public are safe.

The organisers do not advocate the use of personal headphones during the race. We are bound by the rules of England athletics who state that only bone conducting earphones may be used in a race where the roads are not closed to traffic. If you do choose to run with headphones on you do so entirely at your own risk as it will significantly reduce your ability to listen to safety instructions.

You enter this race entirely at your own risk. The organisers will not be liable for any injury to you, no matter how it was caused.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you arrive in good time for the start of the race.

Bottled water and cups will be available at two stations as well as at the finish. Please ensure that you start the race in a good state of hydration.

Please respect the town and dispose of your bottles and other rubbish in a sensible manner.

In the event that adverse weather or any other prevailing circumstances mean that the race is to be cancelled, details will be recorded on this website and on the event Facebook page. A message will also be left on the event mobile phone. No refunds will be given, however we will make arrangements so you can collect your race souvenirs. The organisers are not liable in any way for any expenditure you may have incurred.

Please ensure that you note any medical conditions on the rear of your running number. If you have any prevailing medical condition that you wish to make the organisers aware of then please notify by e mail.

Results will be posted on the event website as soon as possible after the race has finished.

Do not run using any other runners number.

This is a running event and you should be capable of completing the course within 90 minutes. If in the opinion of the race directors or their representative, a runner is competing at such a pace that they will be outside of this time limit and prevent roads from re-opening on time, then they will be asked to leave the race and be offered a lift in the sweeper vehicle back to race HQ.

By entering the race you give your permission for any photographs/video recordings to be used on the event website.

Anyone who is proven to have cheated in the race or breached UK Athletics rules will be disqualified from the race at the discretion of the race director and referee. Anyone who has won prize money and is subsequently found to have cheated or in breach of UKA rules will be required to return all monies in full within seven days of request.

Please only park in the designated parking areas.

Runners must not be accompanied by anyone on a pedal cycle.

All dogs are banned from the race. Anyone wishing to run with a guide dog must contact the organisers in advance of race day.

All prams, pushchairs and buggies are banned from the race.

The medal and t-shirt are for people who have completed the 10k race.

In the event that you are prize winner it is your responsibility to either collect it yourself at presentation or ask someone to do so on your behalf. The organisers will not take responsibility for posting out prizes after race day.

Any found property handed to Tape2Tape will be kept for two weeks after the race then it will be disposed of. Any postage charges will be the responsibility of the loser should a request be made to post lost items.

It is your responsibility to check that any food you purchase at the event is suitable for your needs and does not contain any ingredients that you are unable to consume as a result of a medical condition.

Privacy notice – Tape2Tape will process your personal information for the purpose of organising and administrating the 10k race and Fun Run in accordance with the Data Protection Act. This will include contacting you with updates in regard to the race. We will not process your personal information for any other purpose or disclose it to any other third parties without you consent.

It will not be possible to answer any form of communication after 3pm on Friday 28th July 2017. This is as we will be too busy setting up the course in readiness for the race.

Thank you for submitting your details.

We will be in touch with you if more places become available.

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