6th October 2019
For those who like to go long early in the morning, this is the run for you!
You’ll take in two laps of the park as the sun rises making for a glorious start to your day.
There is also a CaniX option available.
Schedule of the day:
7:25am – Dawn 10K CaniX
7:30am – Dawn 10K
8:55am (approx) – Dawn 5K CaniX
9:00am (approx) – Dawn 5K
3:25pm – Dusk 5K CaniX
3:30pm – Dusk 5K
4:25pm (approx) – Dusk 10K CaniX
4:30pm (approx) – Dusk 10K
All entrants receive a technical t-shirt and medal for taking part in the event
- Getting There & Parking
- You and Your Stuff
- The Route
- Our Charity Partner
The Dawn or Dusk T-Shirt is required to be worn by all runners (where possible). We’ll have details of the 2019 design shortly. Sizing is from XS – 2XL.
The event starts and finishes in Rushcliffe Country Park.
The address is
Rushcliffe Country Park
More information will be added shortly about car parking.
All runners will be required to wear their Dawn or Dusk t-shirt (where possible) which will need to be collected from Registration on the morning of the event unless you have paid to have it posted out to you.
We ask that you allow at least 30 minutes before your run start time to arrive in order to give yourself time to collect everything you need.
We request all runners to come ready to run and to leave any baggage in their cars. We will have a small marquee in place to look after personal belongings, but all items will need to be searched before they are left.
If you need to leave car keys or other valuables, we ask that you place these in a see through, sealed pocket or envelope, clearly marked with your name.
The route takes place on the paths around the park, so please choose appropriate footwear, particularly if the weather has been wet in the lead up to the event.
The route map will be available to view shortly.
The route will be signed and marshalled. Please listen to all marshal instructions as they are there to ensure you go in the right direction.
We ask that all participants refrain from wearing headphones while taking part in the event.
At the end of your run, you will receive a great medal and a bottle of water.
We will have an official photographer on the course who will try to capture as many of you as possible. We’ll also have a member of staff at the end with a camera. If you want to guarantee getting a photo, we recommend you talk to our staff.
All photos from the event will be made available for free after the event.
We hope that you will share your photos of the event with us on social media during and after the event.
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