Battle of Woodbury Common
The Battle of Woodbury Common is our newest addition to the Night Run Series, and will start and end at Bicton College, in Budleigh Salterton, in East Devon. Half marathon and 10k distances will both complete a circuit of Woodbury Common.
After exiting the College, the route follows the helm of Uphams and Crook Plantations. It then skirts Castle Plantation, and the half marathon adds on a section through Colaton Raleigh Common, towards Hawkerland. Surfaces are mixed but generally less gnarly than our Dartmoor races. The route is relatively flat and dry, but there will be muddy bits to negotiate. The first and last kilometre is on road.
For the first time we’re offering Canicross races to give people the chance to run with their dogs. This venue is ideal for kids too, so we’ve added two kids' races - a 1k for under 8s and a 2k for ages 8-11.
Bicton College, Budleigh Salterton, Devon EX9 7BY
By car: Bicton College is easily found by following the brown Bicton Park tourist signs. From Junction 30 on the M5, take the A3052 as far as Newton Poppleford, where you turn right onto the B3178. About a mile beyond Colaton Raleigh, the College entrance is on your right. To find us using a Sat Navigation system, please use Post Code EX9 7BY.
By bus: The 58C from Exeter City Centre travels through Budleigh Salterton and stops at Bicton College
By train: Exeter St David's is a main line station, about 11 miles away, with services to destinations across the country.
Parking is available free of charge, in front of the College.
Electronic chip timing
Fully marked out course using poles, arrows & flashing lights
Birch wood finisher’s medal
Bottled water for all finishers
Free number transfer if you are unable to run
Category prizes & spot prizes (via our free to join Strava club).
Hot and cold food will be available in the College cafe
Half marathon & 10k:
Registration: 5:00 pm
Start time: 7:30 pm
Cut Off Time:-10:30 pm
2k & 1k:
Registration: 5:00 pm
Start time: 6:30 pm
We now have an optional team competition. If you don’t have a team, use your club name which will also qualify for the team competition. The team’s time is the time of the first three team members to cross the line added together. Your best 4 results from 7 races count for Series Points. However if you only manage two or three races you’ll still appear in the results.
You must bring a head torch.
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