Coleton Footacher

Coleton Footacher 2020

Saturday 11th July 2020, 6:30pm start

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The Coleton Footacher was founded in 2016 and the 6.3-mile course takes runners from outside the National Trust house at Coleton Fishacre. You will run up the driveway before changing onto trails to drop towards the coast path. Once on the coast path you will be rewarded during various climbs and falls by stunning sea and coastal views before dropping down to the WW2 Gun Batteries at Froward Point. A climb up away from the coast and a drop back down through the fields brings you to the final stretch up through the gardens of one of the top five National Trust gardens in the UK which you can appreciate on your cool down! Certainly a beautiful one for your spectators.

Unaffiliated runners £14.00 | Affiliated runners £12.00 | Fun run £2.00 | £2.00 extra for entries on the day

All finishers will receive a race memento and there will be prizes for placed runners

 

Race limit: 150

  • Registration from 5:30pm to 6:15pm Entry on the day available if not full

  • First Aid cover will be provided

  • National Trust toilet facilities will be open, there are NO showering facilities

  • Coleton Fishacre will NOT be open, nor the Cafe/shop, however, a gourmet coffee van and SDAC cake stall will be available for refreshments to supporters and race competitors

  • Free parking for National Trust members - make sure you get your membership card swiped to help support Coleton Fishacre

  • No map reading skills or equipment required the course will be fully route marked and marshalled

  • A water station will be available around the 3-mile mark

  • Trail/off-road shoes are recommended, supportive footwear is essential due to the undulating nature of the course

 

Kids fun run (1 mile) Age 8. Entries on the night. The race starts 6.45pm (during the adult race)

 

For more information please email info@southdevon.run

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Race Results

 

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