5th April 2020
They will complete a single dash from the end of the finish straight back under the finish gantry.
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.
There is now the choice of a morning or early afternoon event.
The morning event will start at 09:10am.
The early afternoon event will start at 12:10pm.
THE RUSHCLIFFE 10K & RUNNING FESTIVAL HAS BEEN POSTPONED FROM ITS ORIGINAL DATE OF SUNDAY 1ST MARCH DUE TO FLOODING ON THE VENUE.
THE REVISED DATE IS SUNDAY 5TH APRIL.
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
More info about car parking will be added shortly.
There are no bibs for the Toddler Dash, the children can just gather in whatever they are wearing and an official will check their names off a list.
A baggage tent will be in place and you may leave your belongings here for a minimum donation of £1 to the official event charity who will be manning this area.
The route for this event is a straight line sprint up the finish funnel to the gantry.
All runners will receive a medal to mark their achievements.
Nottingham Hospitals Charity is the charity at the heart of care for patients at Nottingham’s hospitals, raising money to improve facilities, fund new state-of-the-art equipment, provide important additional services for patients, support staff development and initiate local medical research at Queen’s Medical Centre (including Nottingham Children’s Hospital), City Hospital, Ropewalk House and Hayward House hospice.
In November 2016, Nottingham Hospitals Charity launched the Big Appeal for Nottingham Children’s Hospital, with the aim of raising £4 million by 2021 to help to transform children’s care and research new treatments. Nottingham Children’s Hospital – based within Queen’s Medical Centre – cares for more than 60,000 young people every year. Children from across the Midlands are treated for everything from cancer and leukaemia to kidney disease, organ transportation, life-long acute respiratory problems and broken bones.
To find out more about the charity and how to get involved please visit; www.nottinghamhospitalscharity.org.uk