Date: (new date) 06.09.2020
Venue: Normanby Hall Country Park
Capacity: 1000 (200 new spots added this year!)
Distance: 10km road run / 3km junior event
Price: £19.25 UKA - £21.25 non UKA
Junior Start Time: 08:30
Adult Start time: 09:30
The Normanby Hall 10k (or the Norman Bee) sell out event is back for it's 5th year and hosted from the Normanby Hall Estate in North Lincolnshire.
Due to the Coronavirus containment measures we have now moved to the new date of the 6th of September. Read more here.
The 10k route takes you past the crowd at the main hall before heading out through local villages during the annual Burton in Bloom festival. Local villages make their gardens look in their best possible shape and get decked out with flags and bunting ready for the runners.
This event, linking in with the Burton in Bloom theme (its normal held in June so we will miss the festival in 2020) , helps to support the Bumblebee Conservation Trust Charity (wildlife is another passion of the Curly’s team) so expect Bee based updates, Bee themed medals, t-shirts with many athletes deciding to go “full bee”, dressing up for the occasion. This has led to a special best dressed Bee trophy!
We also give away a packet of Bee friendly wildflower seeds to every competitor at the finish line to help support our pollinating friends.
Fully chip timed, with some road closures and some open roads. Free parking, access to the park for the day for you, finish line cake and a Bee themed medal plus special Worker Bees, helping to make the event great for everyone involved.
This event is high on the list of favourite all time 10k courses for many runners.... it's sooooo pretty!
We also host the fully chip timed, medal & sweet based 3k junior event in the grounds of the park ahead of the 10k, this is limited to 150 spots for 2020.
See you soon!
Want to know what you're signing up for? go check out some event photos here!
The event information pack with more detail - click here!
Need to amend your entry, transfer, or move to someone else? - click here, log in and amend (time limit to event applies)
Want to add an event t-shirt? - click here!
Looking after our wildlife starts at home. The more we learn about what helps and what damages wildlife the better chance we have of helping our wildlife.
Beeeeeessss!... of course it's Bee themed! We've gone for super colourful and a super summertime vibe (we feel we've missed a bit of summer this year!)
We also make no apologies that we've put the year as 2020 / 21 ! ... well it's not often we're not sure what year the event is going to happen in so we think it makes it pretty unique! (and it made us giggle!)
Simply add a t-shirt when you enter. It's too late now to add one to your entry but we will have a few spare on the day :)
It's our second home and a great venue for events.
Normanby Hall is a stunning Regency mansion, set in an idyllic 300 acre estate in the heart of North Lincolnshire.
There has never been a better time to visit, with the region's first Go Ape, two new playground areas, new membership packages and a programme of events. As well as the Hall, Farming Museum, Gift Shop and Stableyard Café, enjoy historical woodland and a leisurely stroll around the Walled Garden.
We've worked with Habitat Aid and they help by donating some of the wildflower seeds we hand out. We owe them a big thanks:-)
Habitat Aid is a Somerset based business founded in 2008. Habitat Aid promote and sell British native trees, hedging, aquatic plants, wildflower seed and heritage fruit trees, which they source from a community of small specialist UK nurseries and growers. They help support our most important and attractive habitats, including almost all of our wildflower meadows, orchards, ponds, wetlands, hedges and woodland.
We love Bee's and all pollinators- they're so important to our way of life and the natural world around us. The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is passionate about saving bumblebees and protecting their habitats.
Find out how you can support our Bee friends. A little bit of education and a little bit of fundraising can go a long way.