Reverse Rett Change is Possible 5K
For the second year running, the beautiful Archerfield Estate will host our 5k Change is Possible race, in support of Reverse Rett and our work to speed treatments and a cure for Rett Syndrome.
The 5k race covers multi-terrains but is accessible for mountain buggies, following a beautiful off-road trail around the grounds, including a stretch of the famous John Muir Way. All competitors in the 5k race will receive a bespoke Change is Possible medal, plus hot drink, bottled water, and homemade cake slice from the Walled Garden restaurant. Category winners will also receive prizes.
The children's 1k race follows the gorgeous 'Willow Walk' trail and is open to all ages. All children will receive a medal, snack and drink, plus prizes for the fastest girl and boy runners.
Throughout the day there will be face-painting, a bouncy castle and numerous stalls open, as well as the Archerfield's restaurant, shop and grounds to explore.
All proceeds from this event will be going to Reverse Rett charity number 1136809, helping to make change possible for those living with the devastating effects of Rett Syndrome.
5k adult online entry: £12
5k adult online entry in groups of 10 or more: £10
5k adult entry on the day: £14
5k child (under 12) entry: £6
1k fun run entry on the day: £2
Registration on the day will open at 9.30am and close at 10.15am.
Race warm-up 10.45am
5k race starts 11am
1k fun run starts 1.15pm
|Race date||Saturday 3rd June 2017|
|Venue||Archerfield Estate, Dirleton|
|Facilities||This beautiful private estate offers visitors a wealth of attractions, including the Walled Garden food market, restaurant, bar, gift shop, children's play area and magical woodland Fairy Trail. The 5k route takes in some of the estate's most spectacular views as well as a stretch along the famous John Muir Way. For full details of the venue please go to http://www.archerfieldwalledgarden.com/|
|Prizes||For 5k race: prize for fastest man, woman, under 12 boy and under 12 girl. All competitors will receive a bespoke medal. For 1k race, prize for fastest girl and boy. All participants will receive a medal.|
|Organiser||Beth Johnsson / Andy Stevenson|
Race details last updated on Thursday 19th January 2017 a 3:39pm.