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Get Elfie 10k

5-6 December 2020

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Event information

  • 5 December, 2020 - 6 December, 2020
    12:01 am - 11:59 pm

Dig out your jingle bells and strap on your trainers – because Dorothy House has an epic adventure for you this festive season!

Those taking part will race around Bath this Christmas while tracking down Dorothy’s friends who are scattered across the city. The 10k route stops every 1k at QR checkpoints where you collect a character and interact, earning points all along the way!

Every participant will receive the top-secret route map and an elf hat that you can coordinate with your favourite festive outfit or candy cane striped Lycra! You can also get your hands on our exclusive ‘Get Elfie Hoodie’ if you can raise more than £200 on your online giving page!

The event is opened to anyone. Theres no elf too old or too young! The route spans across the striking City of Bath which you may want to enjoy on a solo tour, with a group of fellow elf buddies (as a socially distanced team*) or with your family. It’s a fabulous way to avoid the crowds while being in the great outdoors and taking in the festive season.

Elves are notoriously hard workers. They stop at nothing to make every Christmas exceptional. Dorothy House is counting on that dedication from our supporters to help us deliver Christmas for patients in our community this year. Your fundraising makes all the difference; help us this December to provide vital patient care.

Harnessing your desire to be fit and elfy, your natural elf-appeal and your big heart to spread Christmas cheer – dont miss this truly enchanted event! Sign up today and Get Elfie!

Click here for tickets!

If you would prefer to download a printable sponsorship form, click here.

Terms and conditions

T&C’s

*Please note that if you decide to make a donation in lieu of sponsorship there will be a fee deducted from your kind donation due to admin fees from Eventbrite. If you would like to call Dorothy House fundraising and donate directly we would, of course, welcome you to do so. 01225 721480

 

*Please see our Get Elfie website page for the on call helpline number that will be available throughout the event if needed. This will be emailed to you prior to the event also.

 

*Entrants are responsible for their own medical condition, ensuring they are fit to complete the route.

 

*Dorothy House Hospice Care reserves the right to cancel this event at any time due to unforeseen circumstances.

 

*In no event shall Dorothy House Hospice Care be liable for any injuries, loss or damages whatsoever, including indirect, punitive, special, incidental or consequential losses connected with any aspect of this event.

 

*Please note that we operate a no refund policy on all event tickets sold.

 

*No age limit, however, Young Person(s) (up to 16 years) must be accompanied by a responsible Adult. That Adult must be registered to attend the event.

 

*Accompanying Adults shall take full responsibility for the Young Person(s) that they are accompanying and must stay with their Young Person(s) at all times during the event.

 

*If at any point within two weeks of the event you are displaying signs of the coronavirus or you have been diagnosed with it, we politely ask you not to take part.

 

*You must at all times adhere to all current Government Guidelines in regards to Covid-19 restrictions. Group size is limited to 6 people who must all be part of the same household or support bubble. Please note that in the result of a national or local lockdown you must adhere to all relevant Government Guidelines you can find more at https://www.gov.uk/

 

*Participants are responsible for planning how they will undertake the event safely in accordance with health and safety and all current Government Guidelines regarding Covid-19.

 

*The route extends across the City Of Bath and consists of busy roads and public footpaths. Please do take time to plan accordingly with health and safety in mind at all times.

 

Current Lockdown Guidelines (23.11.20):

Please note that currently you can exercise outdoors, or visit outdoor public places, with the people you live with, your support bubble, or 1 person from another household. Children under 5, and up to two carers for a person with a disability who needs continuous care are not counted towards the gatherings limit on two or more people meeting outside.

 

This event will update all guidance post the next government announcement we expect towards the end of the current lockdown.