WHAT WHERE WHEN
The Night Nobbler
2023 2024 😊
The event will start at 6:30pm.
Registration on race day will open at 5pm and close at 6:15pm. Friday registration is also available, see below.
Saturday the 3rd of February 2024.
EVENT REGISTRATION / BRIEFING / START
Registration is available at Stopio Cafe in Narberth on Friday the 2nd of February between 5:30pm and 6:30pm.
In order to register you will need to bring a completed…
You will not be able to register without this.
Registration on the Saturday will take place between 5pm and closes at 6:15pm. You will be asked if you agree to the terms and conditions, you will then be given your race number.
Nothing will be sent in the post to you, all you need will be collected at registration. There are no spaces left in this event, therefore we cannot offer entry on the day.
🦄 FANCY DRESS
We will have spot prizes for best/daftest fancy dress. Extra points go to those in up-cycled outfits. We’ve had some great entries in years gone by, this really is the trophy to win!
Your race bibs will be given to you at registration. Numbers must be worn on the FRONT during the run. They must not be folded and must be pinned in all four corners – please bring your own pins! You need to write your name, any medical condition(s) you may have, and an emergency contact number on the back of your race bib. Race belts are allowed provided the number is visible to the front and is not folded.
Free parking is available at the start/finish area.
PLEASE LIFT SHARE IF YOU CAN, WE HAVE LIMITED PARKING SPACE.
Toilets will be available in the carpark. These are free to use.
💛 PATCH CHARITY COLLECTION
As in previous years, we’ll be holding a food and toy collection for hardship charity, Patch. If you can spare any food or toys, please bring these along and we will drop off with Patch on Monday the 11th of December.
Spectators are not permitted to enter the Oakwood Theme Park and must remain at the start/finish area.
Race results will appear on the link below, in realtime, as runners complete the event.
You MUST have the following. You will not be allowed to start without them:
– A mobile phone
– A torch (a head torch is recommended)
Please remember to wear appropriate clothing for the given conditions on the day. The majority of the run is on forest trails with plenty of muddy bits. Trail shoes recommended. If you have new trainers that need christening then this will be the day. There is always potential for rain which means you need to be prepared with warm and waterproof clothing.
There will not be water available in the woods. You must therefore bring and carry with everything you may need from water to nutrition such as gels, energy bars or chips. It is your responsibility to be self sufficient throughout the event.
The course is fully marked out with arrows. These will be shown to you at the race briefing.
The course will also have a number of marshals strategically located along the way for your safety .
CUT OFF TIMES
There are no cut-off times in this event.
Will be available at finish but will also be mobile, in the case of any accidents on the course phone the number on the back of the race bib and if no signal alert a marshal.
If you pull out during the event, you must call and let event directors know.
If you have ordered a race merch, these will be available for pickup on Saturday. You’ll need to quote your email address and order number.
There will be a limited number of items for sale on the day, including t-shirts, hoodies and bottles. We will be accepting contactless and cash payment.
1. Littering = instant DQ
2. Cheating = instant DQ
3. Be kind – Look after each other 😇
4. Be safe – Keep to the route
5. Don’t be a dick
SMALL PRINT RULES, REGULATIONS AND ADVICE
All racers must abide by the countryside code whilst off road and the highway code whilst on the road sections.
All litter must be kept & disposed of once back at the events centre. Anyone spotted or caught dropping litter will be immediately disqualified from this event and all future sporting events. The countryside is beautiful & we need to keep it that way.
Remember we are sharing footpaths with other countryside users like dog walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers. Please offer common courtesy & do not barge your way past people just to get that extra millisecond in your event result. Behaviour like this could jeopardise future events and will result in disqualification if you are spotted doing so.
On route there are marshals/teams strategically placed for your enjoyment & safety. If you find you are struggling, or know of another competitor who is, please inform the closest marshal so they can communicate this to the Event Director back at HQ.
There are also 1st aid qualified safety officers on the route and an ambulance at the event start/finish. In the event that you have to withdraw from the event after registering for any reason whatsoever, you must inform the event official at the finish line. We have to account for all runners who start the event and therefore if you do not inform us of your withdrawal the emergency services may have to be involved.
On the back of your race number you will need to complete all the details including any medical conditions you suffer from. This is for your protection and your benefit so please complete. We will be inspecting race numbers and those that have not completed the details will not be allowed to start. You must have your race number visible at all times. If you do not have your race number whilst on the course you will be escorted back to the start/finish area. The race number and medical details on the rear are vital in ensuring your safety and allows us to know who hasn’t yet finished.
Due to the fact that part of the event crosses roads open to traffic, personal music devices are not acceptable. This is for your’s and other’s safety so anyone found breaching this rule will be disqualified and fed to the wolves.
See you all soon.