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The Buchlyvie 10K

Saturday 25th January 2020

is now open to public entries through http://www.entrycentral.com

Please note that there will be no on the day entries for the January 2019 race

Race registration will be in the Village Hall and will be open between 11AM - 1 PM

The race will start at 1.30PM

As Saturday 25th January is Robbie Burns Day why not wear something tartan

Down Station Road

View down station road past the primary school

We are a small community, and this is our big day. Please enter and share it with us. We must limit our runners to 300 so we will fill this event quickly. The event is organised by locals who try their best to make this a great event. The course is out and back, and chip timed. Registration is in the village hall between 11 and 1pm.The race begins behind the Primary School turning left onto Station Road for just over half a mile turning right onto the old railway track (predominantly fire track and flat). The halfway turning point is at Barbadoes Cottage (situated on the old railway track). On the return the course finishes at the school. The race is run under UK Athletics Rules and is a Scottish Athletics permit event. We have first aiders, marshals and Lomond Mountain rescue team. Money raised from this event is to help our village hall, Lomond Mountain Rescue and local charities.


Volinteers helping out on race day

Buchlyvie residents working as volunteers on race day.

Race Numbers (timing chips embedded) can be collected on the day at the village hall from 11am onwards. Race starts at 1.30pm. There will be refreshments and home baking for sale. Belongings left here are at your own risk. All entrants will receive a goodie bag and a medal. Buchlyvie has a coffee shop (Coffee Kiln) and 1 pub, the Buchlyvie Inn. Flanders Rest in the layby has takeaway drinks and food. There are toilets (20p) in the layby and in the hall. There are no options for gender neutral facilities. Local accommodation is in Croft Cottage B&B Main St 01360850202. Route maps will be on display in the village hall. The route is well signposted. The organisers are being assisted by Central Scotland Police, and a number of voluntary marshals. The safety of all is paramount and it is a condition of entry that competitors must follow the instructions of the Police and the marshals. There will be a short prize giving with the results in the village hall after the event. The prizes are for 1st male and female runners and 1st male and female over 50. There will be a prize for the fastest local. Only Male and Female categories will be captured in results for ranking purposes. Parking will be available in the lay-by, the Main Street and limited parking at the school car park. Please note the layby parking is also for Flanders Rest clients and will be stewarded. Please try and share your journey with others. There is a regular bus service which runs from Stirling (No 12). Please look for our website and Facebook page; we look forward to seeing you on the 25h January In event of awful weather (it is January) we may be forced to postpone for safety reasons; the race will be rescheduled and runners informed and automatically re-entered. If the runner is unable to run on the rescheduled date, we would refund the entry fee (minus entry central charges).



We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 25th January at the start of your running year. For more information please contact bj.roemmele@btinternet.com