1st March 2020
This is aimed at those with the littlest legs who want to join in the fun.
They will complete a single dash along the finish straight.
All children will receive a medal for taking part to mark their achievement. Parents can run with their child without having to pay or register.
This event will start at 09:50am approx, allowing those in the 10k to run with their children.
Child (Under 5)
All entrants receive a medal for taking part in the event
- Getting There & Parking
- You and Your Stuff
- The Route
- Our Charity Partner
The event starts and finishes in Rushcliffe Country Park.
The address is:
Rushcliffe Country Park
All runners will be required to wear their runner number which will need to be collected from Registration on the morning of the event.
We ask that you allow at least 30 minutes before your race 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 for this event is a straight line sprint up the finish funnel to the gantry.
At the end of your run, you will receive a fantabulous medal and a bottle of water.
We hope that you will share your photos of the event with us on social media during and after the event.
Cerebral Palsy Sport is a small national disability sporting charity dedicated to supporting children, young people and adults with cerebral palsy to discover the joys of sport, reach their life potential and putting people with cerebral palsy and their families at the heart of everything we do.
Our vision is to support people with cerebral palsy to reach their life potential through sport and active recreation and our aim is to raise aspirations, promote inclusion and support people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities to play, participate and enjoy sport and active recreation.
We achieve this through providing disability sports, such as football, swimming, athletics, bowls, table cricket and through our adapted sports of RaceRunning, Frame Football and Touch Golf. We also offer expert, specialist support to parents, support workers, teachers, coaches, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, sport providers and other professionals on how to adapt sports for people with cerebral palsy.
Find out more at www.cpsport.org