A flat one lap event held on the quiet country roads of Dauntsey, Little and Great Somerford.
It is a predominantly flat, tarmac, anti-clockwise loop starting and finishing in Little Somerford near to the Village Hall. The route is rural passing through the villages of Great Somerford and Dauntsey, before returning to Little Somerford. All roads will remain open to traffic with volunteer marshals from Slinn Allstars at strategic points. Please follow their instructions, and be aware of other road users.
Medal for all finishers with prizes for the top three male and female runners.
Trophies will be given to the first, second and third male and female. The presentation will be made at approximately 12:45pm after everyone has finished.
New race headquarters: Little Somerford Village Hall, Mill Lane, Little Somerford, SN15 5JW
Start and finish are approximately 500 yards from the village Hall in the direction of the Church. Parking will be clearly sign posted and there will be marshals to also direct you. NOTE: Parking is limited, so please car share where possible. Parking is situated several hundred yards from the village hall in the opposite direction to the start line.
What time does the race start?
Following a briefing by the Race Director at 10:50am, the race will start on the road near the Village Hall at 11:00am.
What does it cost and how can I enter?
Entry is online only via Entry Central The cost is £13 plus any handling charge made by Entry Central. Entries will not be possible on the day.
How do I get my race number?
A few days before the race, an entrants’ list with names and allocated numbers will be posted online at www.slinnallstars.co.uk and the Dauntsey 10K Facebook page. Please make a note of your allocated number. Race numbers will then be ready for collection on the day from 9:45am at the Village Hall.
Can I run with my buggy or my dog?
As the race is on public highway, this is possible but care must be taken. If you would like to bring your dog to the event, that is fine but please keep it on a lead and clean up after it.
Where does my money go?
Slinn Allstars is raising money for two local charities, Prospect Hospice and Wiltshire Air Ambulance. In 2018, Slinn Allstars raised over £2,000. Since we took the race on in 2015 we have raised over £10,750 for charity.