Rotary Blenheim 2017 10K & 5K Races
Sun 22nd October 2017 at 10.30 - 12.30
---- ON LINE ENTRY CLOSES AT 1pm ON SATURDAY 21st OCTOBER --- From 9am on Sunday morning you can:- Collect Bibs & register if you have not entered on line.
Thank you for your interest in the Rotary Blenheim race which will be run on the 22 October at 10:30. The Charity to benefit from your participation in 2017 is "Oxford Childrens Hospital 10th Anniversary" The Oxford Children’s Hospital 10th Anniversary Appeal aims to raise £2m towards a new 62-bedroom Ronald McDonald House for parents to stay close to their poorly youngsters and to fund other vital equipment.
If you want to collect further sponsorship for the charity you may wish to use a sponsor form that is available via a link here or on the right of this page.
Alternatively you may want to encourage supporters to use BT Donate which can also be accessed by clicking on this link here
If you enter on line you will receive an acknowledgement e mail that has links to both the sponsor form and BT donate.
If you have any further questions please contact email@example.com.
Please note the following information
Set your Sat Nav to OX20 1PX. Enter via the main gate on the A44 Oxford Road. All runners are admitted free of charge. Spectators travelling in the same car as a runner are also admitted free of charge. You will be given car park directions by marshals. Cars exiting the site must turn left towards the Bladon exit.
Left luggage facilities are available.
No changing facilities are available.
There are toilets close to the car park and race reception area.
Food and Hot Drinks
Food and hot drinks are available in the Pleasure Gardens Deli, right by the finish line, from 10am.
Runner numbers will be available to collect on the day at the reception tent, all we need is your surname when collecting your bib.
Please attach your bib number to the front of your clothing with the pins supplied and ensure your number is visible at the finish. Single use timing chips will be attached to your bib so it is important your bib is well fixed.
Both 10K and 5K runs start from the same point at the same time, see map below.
For 10K runners there will be a water station at the 6Km mark and the finish. Whilst for 5K runners there is the finish water station only.
The 10K Course (see map below)
One lap over undulating metalled roads. The course will be fully marshalled and the route marked. Please follow the instructions of the marshals.
The 5K Course Map (see map below)