Race briefings will take place immediately prior to each race. The briefings for all races will take place on or beside the start line.
All GAC athletes must enter in advance of the event registration evening and their relay teams must be declared before Saturday (9 April) night.
Public toilets are available close to or within warm-up distance of the start and finish of each race, but no other shelter or facilities are available.
A junior festival (under 15) runs in parallel with the adult race. For details and entry form please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot make the registration evening, you may collect your race number on the day at the race venue from 90-60 minutes before the start of the race.
You will need your EY race number for the 5k, 10k AND relay. The full course will have a separate number. Should you lose a number, a replacement can be issued at the cost of £5 – please report to the registration caravan in good time for this to be sorted out.
Parking and transport
Public parking is available at all of the races – details are given on the various race information pages.
Monday afternoon - full details TBC
See prizes page HERE.
Refreshments/recovery (weather permitting)
Refreshments will be available courtesy of the Club ‘Tea tent’ at the first 3 races and there will be a discount on drinks for anyone using an eco-cup.
Pre-registration and number collection will take place at the Club Room, Garenne Stand, Footes Lane from 6.00pm on Thursday, 6 April. You will be able to check-in, collect your race numbers and enter any overall or relay teams. Late entries will be possible but GAC members should note that they should enter in advance of the Festival. ONLINE ENTRIES CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT SUNDAY, 02 April. No late entries will be taken.
Results will be posted daily on the Facebook page (Guernsey Easter Runs), with links on Twitter (@GsyAthletics). We endeavour to get these out by early evening each day…but sometimes surpass ourselves, so keep your eyes peeled.
Guernsey Athletics Club's standard rules page, including further links to the UKA rules can be found here. Participants should particularly note the following:
The correct number should be pinned securely to the FRONT of your vest or running top. In accordance with UKA rules, numbers may not be folded, cut or otherwise defaced.
These races are not held on closed roads. Therefore, runners MUST obey the instructions of the marshals or other officials. Runners should be aware of traffic and any other hazards.
Personal music players of any kind MUST NOT be worn in any of the EY Easter Running Festival races, for your own safety and that of other runners and road users. Violation of this rule will carry the penalty of disqualification and exclusion from the race results. The race briefing and other announcements will re-iterate this. If you are wearing headphones at the time of the race briefing, you will have the opportunity to rid yourself of them then.
Please show courtesy to the officials and pay attention to the race briefing and other announcements made, it is for your own safety and that of other runners.
Please abide by the rules.
We are very grateful to our sponsors EY, supported by RG Falla. Thanks also go to the all the Club members and volunteers who make the festival a success, The States of Guernsey (particularly Education, Sport & Culture and Environment & Infrastructure), The Commons Council, Guernsey Police and the Civil Protection Volunteers.
Volunteers can advise of their willingness to help during the EY Easter Running Festival using the volunteer application page or clicking HERE