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FROM 28TH APR - 30TH AUG 2018
£23.50 Save 24% Individual Entry
£21.50 Save 30% Group Entry
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FROM 31ST AUG - 26TH OCT 2018
£25.50 Save 18% Individual Entry
£23.50 Save 24% Group Entry
FROM 27TH OCT - 10TH NOV 2018
£31.00 Individual Entry
£29.00 Group Entry
ENTERING AS A GROUP:
Entering as a group is cheaper and more fun! You will need 4 or more people to enter as a group. Shine brighter together!!! Choose the number of Glow Runners you have in your group from the drop-down menu.
You can buy tickets on the night at the info desk!
10th November 2018
Westpoint Arena, Clyst St Mary, Exeter EX5 1DJ
EVENT DAY SCHEDULE:
7:00 pm - Start Party, warm up and DJ will get you Glowing!
7:30 pm - Start
REGISTERING YOUR BIB NUMBER:
All participants need to register their bib number before the event. You can do this by scanning the QR code on the bib or by following the below link. Register your bib number: https://votwo.typeform.com/to/jNJBbz
The on-site car park will be open from 7:00 pm and there is a charge of £4 per car and £7 per bus. Please have the exact change ready and follow the directions of the car parking marshals. Wear your headtorch whilst on foot in the car park as some areas are unlit
WHAT DOES AN ENTRY INCLUDE?
- New for 2018, Glow in the Park Medals!!!!!
- Event bib number. You need to scan the QR code on the front of the bib to register. Your bib number is proof of entry to the event and must be displayed in a prominent position about your person in order to participate on the night
- Glow in the Park Headband
- Event information sheet
- x4 safety pins
- On-site catering vendors selling hot drinks and food
- Free Glow in the Park Headbands for all entrants (in your packs)
- Toilets at the start/finish area
- Free water station on course
- Medics located at the start/finish area and the halfway point
- Event merchandise for sale
The more the merrier! You will be able to enter the site from the main entrance. Do not go on to the course itself and please stay behind the crowd barrier. There is plenty of hot food and drink outlets in the start finish area for your refreshment!
Feel you need to stand out and Glow more than the next person? Then visit our Glow Shop online or at the event and stock up!
SPECIAL EFFECTS:Supplied by:
CHARITIES:Children and adults with Down syndrome are all unique individuals with their own personalities, family backgrounds and preferences that make them who they are. Although both the Down’s Syndrome Association and Down Syndrome International are based in Devon, they support children and adults with Down’s syndrome, and their families and carers, worldwide.
Westpoint is just one mile from junction 30 of the M5, providing direct access from London, Birmingham, Bristol and Plymouth. For Westpoint, exit the M5 at junction 30 and follow the A3052 Sidmouth road for one mile. Westpoint is on your left hand side.
You can plan your journey with Google Maps, or enter EX5 1DJ or Oil Mill Lane in to your satnav.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
By Bus – National coach and bus services call at Exeter Bus Station in the centre of Exeter. The bus station is 6 miles from Westpoint.
To book tickets or find out more information please visit www.nationalexpress.com.
The number 9 bus from the Exeter Bus Station on Paris Street runs approx every 30 minutes during the day (except Sundays). The journey time is around 20 minutes. Westpoint is a request stop. For more information please visit www.stagecoachbus.com.
By Rail – Exeter St. David's provides direct rail links to all major cities in the UK. The station is 6 miles from Westpoint.
To book tickets or find out more information please visit www.thetrainline.com.
About The Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA)
The Down's Syndrome Association is the only charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focusing solely on all aspects of living successfully with Down’s syndrome. Our aim is to help people with Down’s syndrome to live full and rewarding lives of their choosing. We offer advice, support and information via our helpline and raise awareness of the condition through national campaigns and projects.
£4,000 pays for a year’s supply of top medical advice which can be offered free to our members.
£5,000 could pay for a year of coaching sessions for a DSActive team (community sport for people with Down’s syndrome)
£10,000 pays to maintain our vital helpline services for one month.
About Down Syndrome International (DSi)Down Syndrome International is a UK based charity, comprising a global membership network of national Down syndrome organisations from 133 countries (including DSA UK). DSi’s key role is to provide developing countries with accurate, up-to-date information on Down syndrome, support, and resources. We build the capacity of national groups and provide training for them to advocate for access to medical care, education, employment and other basic rights, while also enabling people with Down syndrome to advocate for themselves.
People with Down syndrome across the world face stigma, segregation, prejudice and limited life opportunities. Through all of our initiatives, we change perceptions and raise awareness about each individual’s right to live a valued life and their potential to contribute to their community and society as a whole.
£350 pays for DSi staff to provide on-demand expert advice to a Down syndrome charity for 20 hours.
£700 pays for a capacity and training assessment report for a Down syndrome charity in a developing country.
£2,000 pays for a full on-site capacity and training assessment report for a Down syndrome charity in a developing country.
To fundraise for both charities please click on the Virgin Money Giving button below.
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