Race for Wildlife 2019

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Event details

Sun, 12/05/2019 - 10:30am - 1:00pm

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Join us on Sunday 12 May 2019 for our Race for Wildlife and help fundraise for Gwent's wildlife!

There are three races on the day. 10K, 1K Fun Run and 100metre dash.

The Race for Wildlife is Gwent Wildlife Trust's annual race that takes place in the heart of the picturesque Gwent Levels. Open to athletes of all abilities with a flat and fully accessible route, this is an ideal race for beginners, avid distance athletes, or for those who just fancy helping raise some money for charity. Medals for all racers and trophies & tech running t-shirts for winners! We welcome all to take part in what promises to be another fantastic event.

The Race for Wildlife will take place at Undy Athletic Football Club, The Causeway, Undy, NP26 3EW

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Please note:  This event is aimed at raising vital funds for Gwent Wildlife Trust.  As an extra incentive, if you raise more than £50 per entrant we will refund your entry fee.  Start fundraising by following the Virgin Money Giving link below.

 

10K route map

 

Venue location

Undy Athletic Football Club,
Undy,
Monmouthshire,
NP26 3EW

Grid reference
ST435869

Event information

Date
Sunday 12th May 2019
Time
10:30am - 1:00pm
Registration will open from 9am at Undy Athletic Football Club. There will be a race briefing 15 minutes before the start of the race so please allow plenty of time to walk between registration and the start.
Price / Donation
£16 non affiliated or £14 for Run Britain, UKA or GWT members. £2 Fun Run. Surplus charge for entries on the day.
Audience
All
Suitable for All Ages
Trust
Gwent Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Undy Athletic Football Club,
Undy,
Monmouthshire,
NP26 3EW
Grid reference
ST435869
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Wheelchair Access
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Mobility
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Contact details
Gwent Wildlife Trust