Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?

The event suits all abilities as you can run, walk, cycle, scoot or skateboard the route of your choice.  Children under the age of 8 years cannot enter the event.  For safeguarding reasons, any Challenger aged 8-16 years must be accompanied by an adult who will remain on site for the duration of the event. If your child is 8-10 years we suggest you run/walk/cycle near them.

What is a family ticket?
This is a great way for your family to save on the entry fee and is valid for 2 adults and 2 children (aged 8-16 years).
 
How do I register?  
Registration must be done online in advance of the event.  Entries will close on Friday 3rd September 2021.  On the day entries will not be allowed.  Your number will be posted to you before the event date.
 
Do I need to fundraise?

It is optional and we encourage you to take part whilst helping to fundraise for a local charity, school or community project of your choice.  Visit the Charities & Schools page for inspiration about local causes you may wish to support.  We recommend setting up an online fundraising page such as Justgiving or Virgin Money Giving.  If you require fundraising material or sponsorship forms, then please contact the relevant charity who can help.

What is included in the entry fee?  
Challengers receive: support before and during the event, finisher’s medal, goodie bag, first aid, toilet facilities, parking and free fruit stall. 
 
Is there parking?

Free parking is available on site.

Can I change the distance?  
Yes - you can choose the distance (3km/5km/10km) that you wish to cover on the evening.
 
Is the course suitable for a wheelchair?  
Yes.  There are also plenty of parking spaces for wheelchair users in the car park, plus there is a wheelchair access toilet in the café, in Aerobility and in the passenger lounge. 

Can I wear fancy dress?

We welcome anyone to take part wearing fancy dress, however please ensure your outfit does not affect your health or safety around the course or affect any other participants or attendees. 

Can I wear headphones?

Yes - but please be mindful of others around you.  Keep the volume low to ensure you can still hear what is happening around you. 

Can I smoke on site? 
Blackbushe Airport is a strictly non-smoking, non-vaping environment.

Can I bring my dog?  
Dogs are not permitted anywhere on the airport.
 
What happens if the event is not able to go ahead due to Covid-19 restrictions? 
If the event is not able to go ahead on 11th September 2021 then it will be rescheduled and places will automatically be transferred to the new date.  If you are unable to make the new date then please get in touch with us via the Contact form.
 
What happens if I cannot attend due to self-isolating?

If you need to self-isolate due to Covid-19 then please get in touch with us via the Contact form and we will arrange to transfer your place to the following year.  You must notify us in advance of the event date.

t. 0300 777 2019

e: hello@cmpp.org.uk

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