RunFestRun are committed to making everyone’s experience an enjoyable one and provide the following for our disabled visitors to assist with ease of access throughout the festival. Please do consider that the festival is an outdoor event with grass fields and grounds with gradients/uneven surfaces. Whilst we have made a great effort to provide facilities to accommodate for this there will inevitably be some areas that are hard to navigate.
There will be a tarmac only route suitable for wheelchair users that don’t have all terrain and or off-road capability. This is close to 3km in distance – more details will be provided once exact numbers or participants are confirmed.
Wheelchairs with an all-terrain and/or off-road capability are welcome to take part in the 2.5K and 5K routes. For safety reasons you will be asked to start at the back. The 10K and half marathon routes are not ideal for all terrain wheelchairs but if you wish to have a go please let us know.
There are viewing platforms located in front of the main stages for wheelchair users and people with disabilities. You will need a viewing platform wristband to access. Capacity on the platforms is limited so only one personal assistant can accompany each time.
The viewing platform wristband is for wheelchair users and those who have difficulty standing for long periods. These wristbands are available from the stewards in the accessible campsite.