Everything you need to know (almost ever).

Do I need to register?

You need to book online before the event then simply collect your bib numbers at the event. Please bring a copy of your receipt with you and show this at the registration desk when you arrive at the event.  


Is there parking at the event?

Yes there is parking at the venue. The fee is £6 and tickets can be purchased from the event web page.

Is it a race and is the event timed?

No to both! The only time you are here for is a good time! The emphasis is on fun, friends, and family. Enjoy yourself running or walking around the course. Party on the start line, have a dance in the Glow Zones and get your Glow On at the finish. 

What actually happens at the event?!?

The Glow in the Park 5km run is a nighttime experience run. A 5km route (2 laps of 2.5km). On the course are themed Glow Zones that are there, quite simply, for fun!

The course is marked by arrows and areas and is easy to follow. Please do move away from the indicated path. The course will be on a path, track or grass area and might have some naturally occurring undulations and broken ground underfoot you must maintain a vigilant observation of the path in front of you.

What is a Glow Zone?

There are typically 6 Glow Zones at each event. These are areas where lighting, special effects, and music have been installed. All the Glow Zones are a great experience and will enhance your fun! Check out the Glow Zones page to find out more about them. 

What’s the minimum age for taking part?

6 years of age plus, Children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is open to people of all ages but please be mindful that very small children may find the crowds overwhelming. We advise children to be 6 years plus. 

Can I enter on the night?

Yes, head to the info desk and you can purchase an event pack there for the full price.

How do I enter a group?

You just have to select your size of group from the drop-down option on the shop entry page. 

How many people makes a group?

4 people plus makes up a group.

Where do I wear my bib?

You need to wear your bib on your front and make sure the back of the bib is all filled out. 

What is considered High-Vis?

We ask that you are visible in the dark on the course and in the car park. So an item that is reflective, a head torch, neon wristbands and necklaces are great for this.

I’m pretty sure I entered but can't find or did not receive my confirmation email and or post pack. How can I check?

Send us an email to . Let us know your name (the same one you would have used to enter the event) and we will find out for you. Also, it would be a good idea to check your email spam folder just in case it found its way there.

Can I transfer my entry?

Yes. Whoever has the bib number is entered. You may give this to whoever you wish. Please ensure they read the website details as this is a condition of entry to the event.

I can no longer take part in the event. Can I have a refund?

No, sorry we can not facilitate refunds. Full terms and conditions of entry to the event can be found here

Do I have to pick my bib number up at the event?

Yes! All bib numbers are to be collected at the event. For group entries, only the person who made the booking is to collect the bib numbers from the registration tents. It is then up to them to distribute the packs to whoever is with them. Please bring a copy of your booking receipt email with you. 

How can I raise money for charity through the event?

There are two ways you can help raise money for the partnered event charity. Click on the charity tab on the product details page for more details on who has sponsored or partnered with this event and how to donate to them.

You are responsible for getting the money to the charities directly after the event.

Can I fundraise for another charity that is not partnered with the event?

Most of the events only have a partner agreement with the charity, so if you wish to raise money for another charity that is fine however if you can raise money for the chosen charity that would be great!

With partner agreements none of the entry fee goes to the charity with this basic partner agreement, they raise money via sponsorship. 

Do I have to wear a head torch?

Yes, you do have to wear a head torch for your safety. Most of the course is well lit but there are parts that are unlit and parts of the course can be uneven, so you must have a torch to light up your way. You can buy these in our shop! Click Here

Will I get wet at the event?

Maybe, in the foam zone you may get a bit damp from the foam and in the paint zone we spray water paint at the entrants. There will be a no play route around the zone if you don't want to get wet. It is advisable not to wear your best clothes, event T-shirts are available at the event shop or online from £5. Click Here

If the weather is bad will the event be canceled?

Only if there is a severe weather warning from the MET Office. If this happens we endeavour to find a date for the event to take place within a year. T&C's apply.

Will I get a medal?



If you have any other questions that are not answered above please feel free to pop us an email.