Venue: 153 Bangor Road, Holywood BT18 0EU
Race Starts: 11am
BORN2RUN Events are delighted to have been asked to organise the 2018 Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of the Children’s Heartbeat Trust. The Children’s Heartbeat Trust has been working since 1984 in Northern Ireland to provide practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families. The race is hosted by The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, one of Northern Ireland’s foremost visitor attractions where you can step back in time and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Discover cottages, farms, schools and shops as you run through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum. BORN2RUN Events are providing a management service to the event hosts for which we will receive a nominal fee. All profits from the race will go directly to the Children’s Heartbeat Trust. There will be a 10K & 5K which will suit runners of all abilities.
The 5K Cultra Charity Challenge is one loop of the 10K minus a small section near the car park which the 10K takes in the first time around.
Enter online (before 11pm on Thursday 4thOctober 2018) and for option of posting out race pack (before 11pm Wednesday 26th September 2018).
5K & 10K Race: £20
5K race - age 12 plus: £14 (junior rate applies to runners aged 12-17 years)
10K race - age 15 plus: £14 (junior rate applies to runners aged 12-17 years)
(Plus £3 if postal option chosen NI & £4 ROI).
Confirmation of your race entry will be sent to you automatically via email from Primo after your payment is made. If you choose the option to have your Race Pack posted out to you before the day then this should arrive with you no later than the Wednesday prior to race day. Otherwise your race number and chip timing will be given to you at Registration on the morning of the race. A Final Race Day Information email will be sent to all registered participants on Friday 5thOctober 2018.
Terms & Conditions
By entering the race you will be bound by the event disclaimer which you agreed to at time of registration. Refunds are not available once entry has been completed. Transfer of entry to another event is not available. Transfer to another person is not available as this is a charity race. Full Terms & Conditions are available to view at time of entry on the Primo Registration website.
Race Start Time
10K Race – 11.00am
5K Race – Shortly after 10K start
Registration will take place at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, in the Northern Bank at the Diamond Square and will be clearly signposted on race day. Runners can collect their race packs at the following times:
5K & 10K: Sunday 7th October 9.00am – 10.45am
There is free parking within the public car parking areas at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra. Please car share where possible and follow marshal’s instructions.
The Diamond Square close to where the Registration hall is located.
There is one water station for the 10K race which is at approximately at 6K when runners pass through the Diamond Square.
Strictly no pets.
Toilet facilities are available at: The Town area and Cultra Manor and Port-a-loos in the Diamond Square.
Post Race Refreshments
Hydration station at finish line.
Prizegiving – 12.15PM Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd Male and Female in both the 5K & 10K
Running shoes are suitable for all the terrain of the 5K/10K race.
Your entry fee includes the following:
Individual chip timing