.... for Frank x
Venue: Normanby Hall Country Park
Capacity: 650 and 150 for the hoglet mile!
Distance: 1/2 marathon and hoglet mile!
For this years virtual event...
Final results are in, go check them out :) and prize on route next week, along with the freebies and medals for all those entered into the'physical' event!*
Sadly we found out on the Tuesday of event week that the North Lincolnshire Public Health team are cancelling all major events in the area for the next eight weeks. This is due to the increase in the R number.
This was a huge surprise for us after successfully delivering the incredibly successful and covid safe Normanby 10k event at the park just 3 weeks earlier.
We would love all those that entered the Half Marathon event to now please join us this weekend 'virtually' and we will not only send your medal out but a cake bake, a bespoke Curlys long sleeve technical training top and buff. (transfer and refund options also available).
If you were already entered into the Hedgehog Half Marathon event you don't need to do anything we will automatically move you across to the virtual option, and send out all your goodies, plus make our donation to the Hedgehogs!
Run your 13.1 miles for the Hedgehogs anytime, anywhere and send us your results by midnight on the 12th of October. You'll be supporting Andrews Hedgehog Hospital and still received the awesome medal!
If you haven't already entered then just select the virtual option on the entry page .
Please have a read thorugh the virtual information pack to help answer all your questions, find the virtual information pack here.
We're very happy to be working with local charity Andrew's Hedgehog Hospital once again to help raise awareness of these fabulous animals and support fundraising towards the amazing work this army of volunteers do.
Watch our facebook event page for the latest updates and begin your fundraising to support Andrew's Hedgehog Hospital today, find out how here.
The hoglet mile for the kids will be back!!!
A half marathon is a challenging distance! So encourage your friends, family and work colleagues to sponsor your endeavours :) Simply visit their just giving page here and then type in the name of your event. It will also prompt you when you sign up for the event :) We've also now added a manual sponsorship form if you don't want to do i
A half marathon is a challenging distance! So encourage your friends, family and work colleagues to sponsor your endeavours :) Simply visit their just giving page here and then type in the name of your event. It will also prompt you when you sign up for the event :) We've also now added a manual sponsorship form if you don't want to do it online
Or simply add a t-shirt to your entry as profits go to Andrews Hedgehog Hospital.
Looking after our wildlife should start at home. The more we learn about what helps and what damages wildlife the better chance we have of helping our wildlife.
Why not take a look at The Wildlife Trusts handy guide of things you can do in your own garden here
Go check out some quirky gifts with a hedgehog theme :)
All profits go to Andrews Hedgehog Hospital.
*ps you cant buy any actual hedgehogs!
A donation doesn't have to be financial; the hospital are always looking for volunteers, animal cages, newspaper for bedding, hedgehog food or a bottle of wine (that could be for the volunteers!) just get in touch with the team.
2020's design is looking 'hogtastic' :)
Simply add a t-shirt when you enter. If you haven't then we will have some spare on the day (fingers crossed!) T-shirt profits go to Andrew's Hedgehog Hospital... and look awesome!
*The medal design is shown above and our t-shirts are designed to match :)
The most amazingly dedicated army of volunteers helping to take care of our hedgehog friends :)
Find out more about the hospital or scroll up if you're thinking about fundraising as part of the event.
The team will be down handing out medals on the day (well we did name the event after them...) so you can have a chat and meet some hedgehogs!
A cause close to our hearts, our British Wildlife needs all the help it can get.