Location: Pett Village Hall, Pett Road, Nr Hastings, TN35 4HD Date: Saturday 21st December 2019 Time: 10:30
This multi-terrain festive race returns for a 14th time in 2019 and takes place in and around the undulating fields and trails surrounding the village of Pett. It will include plenty of mud and hills to help you earn your Christmas Puds and other festive goodies. Plus, all finishers will receive a special commemorative festive medal and a glass of warming mulled wine.
The event is suitable for experienced runners and beginners alike, and features chip timing. There is also a Children's Race and a 2 mile fun run.
Please note, this event has sold out for the past three years so early entry is advised.
The race raises funds for Farm Africa.
On Site Parking
Baggage Drop Off
The 4.5 mile-ish race is a single lap, undulating course around the fields and footpaths surrounding the quiet, Sussex village of Pett. In wet weather, the course may be muddy - but you can embrace it all in your best festive gear!
St John Ambulance will be in attendance on the day and the course will be marshalled to provide assistance. There will also be a sweep marshal following the race to ensure that nobody is left behind and that all runners are accounted for.
Your individual time and position will be recorded by your electronic chip. We will endeavour to display results as they come into the race centre. Presentations will take place approximately 60 minutes after the first finisher.
Results will be uploaded to www.nice-work.org.uk as soon as possible after the race. All entrants that have supplied a valid and legible email address will receive a copy of the results as soon as possible after the race.
Race HQ: Pett Village Hall, Pett Road, Nr Hastings, TN35 4HD
The Race Headquarters will be at Pett Village Hall, where there will be toilet and refreshment facilities available. Pett is a rural village in Sussex, situated between Hastings and Rye, so the race will be most easily accessed by car.
For those that wish to arrive by public transport, there are railway stations at nearby Three Oaks, Ore and Hastings. However, you may need to get a taxi or cycle to the event as it is several miles to the race start from each of the railway stations.
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Course record holders
Ross Skelton: 25.57
Shannon Hopkins-Parry: 32.34
"Having started this first year of running with a Nice Work event it seemed appropriate to end it with another event by the same organisers and what a treat. The course had to be shortened a bit because of the mud from the recent storms but who cares, 2 laps of glorious scenery, a short and nasty climb and a brilliantly absurd descent down a muddy hill the other side made this challenging but hugely enjoyable.
The organisation was very slick, the marshalls were encouraging and accurate in their directions and the value for money was brilliant when you consider a Xmas pud, an original medal, a mince pie and mulled wine were waiting for you at the end.
I can't wait for next years event - very uplifting! And muddy."