The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye event image

The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye

The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye event image The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye event image The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye event image The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye event image

The Butterfly Effect – Buckeye

5.0 · 1 review

Heanor, Derbyshire

Derby Lodge Cafe, Heanor, DE75 7, United Kingdom

Sun 21st April 2024

Starting at 09:00

1 race

£39.50

Organiser's Description

Welcome to Shipley Country Park in Derbyshire, an area steeped in history and was even mentioned in the Doomsday Book back in 1086! The land has been part of a stately home, hunting lodge, and, as always in this area, a coal mine. We’ll be putting on a series of events over the next few months celebrating the butterflies around the park. Hopefully, you can join us and add the medals to your Rasselbock collection

The aim for our events is to organize races as if I was taking part, so you can expect amazing support, the best medals and goody bags, and a small group of runners that is never any more than 150. Think of it as a small group of friends and family all coming together for an amazing day of running!

There is a time limit of 6 hours for this event. This means that you need to have completed your final lap before the end of the 6 hours for it to be counted towards your final distance. Each lap will be 5.59km long with a total elevation gain of just 80 meters for each loop. This means that if you complete 4 laps you have run a half marathon, 8 laps, a full marathon and 9 laps or more will be classed as an Ultra. You can finish your event at any time within the six hours, and as long as you have completed one lap then you will be classed as a finisher.

Races

  • Event Entry

    £39.50

    Plus 1kg of Plastic Saved From the Ocean

    Booking for more than 1?

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  • Event Entry

    £39.50

    Plus 1kg of Plastic Saved From the Ocean

    Booking for more than 1?

What's Included

You'll receive your pre-race briefing via email roughly ten days before the event date that will be packed full of all of the information that you may need to know.

Full onsite first aid
Bespoke medal
Goody bag
Fully signposted route
A Huge fully stocked aid station at race HQ
All the snacks and drinks that you could imagine
Amazing support from Team Rasselbock and other runners

  • Full onsite first aid
  • Bespoke medal
  • Goody bag
  • Fully signposted route
  • Huge fully stocked aid staion at race HQ
  • All the snacks and drinks that you could imagine
  • Amazing support from Team Rasselbock and other runners

How to Get There

General Directions – As you exit the A610 you’ll want to follow the sign posts to Heanor. As you start to approch the town center you whould see the sign posts directing you to Shipley Country Park.

Public Transport – The nearest major train stations are Nottingham and Derby, although the nearest station is the small Langley Mill. Both Nottingham and Derby have bus services to Heanor, although their services do vary at the weekend and it is always best to check the timetables before booking.

Parking

Parking – There is ample parking available onsite, and currently charged at. As always we encourage people to car share or use public transport as much as possible when coming to our events. Make sure that you post in the Rasselbock Facebook Group if you are able or are looking for someone to car share with.

Location

Shipley County Park is located between the North of both Nottingham and Derby. Shipley County Park, Slack Lane Heanor DE75 7GX.

FAQs

  • Age Restrictions

    Unfortunately, we do not allow under 12’s to participate in any live event. If you are between the ages of 12 and 18 then we will need a parent or guardian to contact us before signing up so that we can advise them on how to register your place. Even though we are not a part of the UKA we still abide by their rules which means that the following ages are limited to the following distances. Over 12 years – under 14 years – 5,000 metres Over 14 years – under 16 years – 6,000 metres Over 16 years – under 17 years – 10,000 metres Over 17 years – under 18 years – 25,000 metres Over 18 years – under 20 years – 45,000 metres

  • What facilities are available?

    There will be some public toilets that will be open for our use from 8 am and they are located next to the visitor center, 8- meters from the start line.

  • Will there be first aid at this event?

    We will not have a dedicated first aid team at this event although we will have a fully stocked first aid kit alongside a volunteer who has their basic first aid training.

registration

You’ll be able to pick up your race number on the morning of the event at the aid station/start line from 8.25am. The car park will be open 24/7 although the toilets at the visitor center will not open until 8am. Please do not arrive any earlier as we will still be setting everything up.

the route

The route is a mix between compact gravel paths, roads and fields. Road shoes should be fine for this venue. Like all of our events going forward, we will be operating a bring your own bottle policy. We will not be supplying plastic cups or drinks receptacles at this event so that we can cut down on waste and do our part to help the environment. You will be required to bring your own water bottle, collapsable cup, or similar to the event. We will still have an array of liquids available for you to top up your bottles with at our well-stocked aid station!

The event will be taking place in a County Park that is open to the public. Runners will not have the right of way and we will need to be considerate to all the other users of the area, be it walkers, cyclists, families, etc.

the route

bag drop

We do not have any secure baggage areas on site but you are more than welcome to leave your bags at the base camp. Whilst we can’t guarantee that they’ll be safe, there will always be someone from Rasselbock around. If you are driving then it is recommended that you leave any non-essential items in your car.

aid station

We will have a fully stocked aid station at base camp full of all your favorite items, although if you are expecting energy tablets, gels, and supplements, you may need to bring your own as our aid station tends to lean towards the more “enjoyable fuel”. Imagine Fudge, cakes, cookies, and jelly babies along with all the savory alternatives.

Can I bring my own food and drink for the aid station?

You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink to the aid station. We will have a separate table for these so please make sure that your bottles or items are clearly labeled so that no one takes them by accident!

time limit

There is a time limit of 6 hours for this event. This means that you need to have completed your final lap before the end of the 6 hours for it to be counted towards your final distance. Each lap will be 5.59km long with a total elevation gain of just 80 meters for each loop. This means that if you complete 4 laps you have run a half marathon, 8 laps, a full marathon and 9 laps or more will be classed as an Ultra. You can finish your event at any time within the six hours, and as long as you have completed one lap then you will be classed as a finisher.

Reviews

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Evie

·12 hours ago

Great atmosphere, lovely hosts and a good route.

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