8:30    –   Car Park Opens

8:30    –   Course Opens For Warm Up/Familiarisation

9:00    –   Bag Drop Opens

9:30    –   Check-in & Late Registrations Open

10:00  –   Refreshments Available

10:15  –   Warm-up with Annabel

10:30  –   5K Farm Run Begins

11:15  –   10K Farm Run Begins

11:30  –   5K Trophy Presentations

12:30  –   10K Trophy Presentations

12:45  –   10K Tail Runners Expected Back

13:30  –   Bag Drop Closes

Getting There

If you are travelling by car, please use the postcode NG33 4QZ. The High Street in Little Bytham is used by  a steady flow of through traffic, so in order to minimise the inconvenience to villagers, we will be providing free off road car parking to everyone coming to the event.

Bag Drop

The Village Hall is located roughly opposite St Medard’s Church on the High Street will be open on the day for kit bags to be left. There is a small kitchen for those who wish to fill water bottles, and toilet facilities are also available.

The Venue

The event is hosted at Sheepdyke House by the kind permission of Anthony and Judy Turner and the check in, information point and finish line can all be found here. For friends, family and other supporters, refreshments, shade/shelter and seating will be available.

Checking In

Runners will need to collect a barcoded wristband when they arrive and for those who have registered using our online system, checking in will be a very quick process. If we have any remaining places, we can accept entries on the day, but with a capacity of just 350 runners, we are recommending that you book early to avoid disappointment.

The Start

The start line is a short 3-minute walk from the finish line at Sheepdyke House, so please leave sufficient time when you arrive.


If there are any lingering questions about the course or arrangements, there will be a briefing at the start line 5 minutes before the runners set off.

The Finish

A finishing time will be recorded as runners cross the line. Because we are using a manual timing system, stewards will be on hand to ensure runners also have their barcode scanned successfully.