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Individual Entry £25
JUNIOR 6-16YRS ENTRY £16
ALL DAY CAR PARKING £3
FOLR THETFORD FOREST
This running event will have you looking in wonderment as you pass through an enchanted wood. Taking place in Thetford Forest this exciting new event is a night run. Not just your average night run either; we're going to be lighting up the forest, just for you!
Inspire Races are making it a lap event which comprises of a 3k route - the idea is to do as many laps as you can within the time limit. For your laps to count, you need to have started your last lap within the two-hour time frame. You do not have to run continuously and you only need to complete one lap to receive a finishers medal.
There are prizes for most laps completed (male and female) over and under 16. The trails will be good solid trails and easy to navigate. There will be dark zones so head torches will be required.
We will be celebrating in style at the end of the run with food, drink, music and a light party.
WHAT TO EXPECT
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2) Physical Activity
3) Height and Weight
4) Waist Circumference
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Smoking & Vaping
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Smoking vs Vaping
How do cigarettes affect the body?
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Watch the US stall on climate change for 12 years
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Greta Thunberg’s speech at UN climate change conference
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2017, in 7 minutes
2016, in 5 minutes
2015, in 4 minutes
2013, Health Successes
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18:30 REGISTRATION OPENS
19:50 REGISTRATION CLOSES
19:55 RACE BRIEFING - AT THE START AREA
20:00 RUN STARTS
22:00 FINAL LAPS
What’s the last date for entries?
The last date for entries is the Friday before the event.
How do I get my Race number?
Please bring your entry confirmation email.You will collect your race number on the day at registration.
I am ill injured or unable to run, what can I do?
You can defer your entry to any other Inspire Races event of a similar price. Please email Info@inspireraces.co.uk with the race details you would like to defer to.
Can I swap my place with a friend?
You can transfer your place up to two weeks prior to the event.
Do you have a waiting list?
Can I wear earphones or use an ipod?
You can wear headphones to any event that does not use public roads.
How do I enter a Corporate Team?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a group discount booking.
Is there a cut-off time for your events?
How do I enter Inspire races events?
Enter via the links on the Inspire Races website.
What is the last date for deferrals and category transfers?
Deferrals and category changes can be done up to two weeks prior to the event.
Where do I pick up my t-shirt?
T-shirts are collected from the shop at registration.
Where can I put my bag and/or clothing I don’t want during the race?
There is a bag drop available at all Inspire Races events.
What time does my Race start?
Please visit the event website page to review the race schedule for up-to-date information.
What time do I need to get there?
Please get there one hour before race start time.
Are there any refreshments?
Refreshments will be available on the day from the catering facilities.
Where are the drinks stations?
Drink stations are every 5k.
Where can I collect my race pack?
Race packs to be collected from race registration on the day.
Are there any entries on the day?
What happens if I arrive late and miss the start of the race?
Where is the Chip in the Race Pack?
The timing tag is in the race pack. This will need to go on your shoe or it will already be attached to your bib.
Is parking available near the start?
Parking is available near the start.
Where should I go when I arrive?
Go registration pick up your race pack, you are then ready to run.
Do you have a bag drop area?
Yes, bag-drop will be situated near registration.
Do I get a medal?
Yes, you will get a medal.
Can I park nearby?
Yes, you can.
Will there be an award ceremony?
Yes, once the results have come in.