It will be posted to the address that you entered during the registration process. If you entered after the 15th March your number will still be posted out to you but it will not have your name/message printed on it.
Your race number is fitted with your timing chip. Please do not cut the number down, fold it or remove the chip. Please make sure that your race number is worn on the front of your vest. Timing chips are disposable so they do not need to be returned.
Do not under any circumstances allow anybody else to run with your race number. Amongst other issues, this can create major problems for the medical team should they need to treat unknown runners. If your race number has not arrived by the dates stated above please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate that sometimes accidents do happen but we would ask you to keep your number safe.
If you have a problem with your race number then please contact us as soon as possible and we will re-allocate you a new race number. Unfortunately this will need to be collected at our Race Office on Saturday 1st April or the morning of the event
Unfortunately, we are unable to post race packs to non-UK addresses as we can’t guarantee the safety of their delivery.
If you can provide a UK postal address, we would be happy to post your race pack to you, providing you have notified us prior to the 27th March. Alternatively, your race pack will be available for collection from the Race Office on Saturday 1st April or the morning of the event
Nigel Johnson and his sixteen-year-old daughter Amy from Sleaford, took part in their first ever 10k run to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Nigel’s mum, Julie, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1994 and died six years later. The family will never forget the charity’s help
Nigel said: “It was mum’s Macmillan Nurse, Judy, who was able to help us make sense of everything. Judy was a friend when we needed it most.”
Remarkable fundraising pensioner Gladys Tingle celebrated her 84th birthday by tackling the Lincoln 10K in 2015. She power walked her way around the course to raise money for Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance. Gladys, of Horncastle, who was joined at the event by her grandson, Jason, said: “I like to keep fit and I walk five miles each day.”
Since turning 70-years-old, Gladys’s fundraising efforts in aid of the air ambulance service have included completing two marathons and more than 10 half marathons, raising a total of over £12,000.