As soon as you enter the Natterjack Seaside 10k or 2k Fun Run, your order will be processed. A few days before the race you will receive your race pack which includes your race number, timing chip (only for Seaside 10k), and information sheet.
Running for Charity
This year, the Natterjack Seaside 10k is supporting Galloway's Society for the Blind. If you would like to run for charity, please ensure you tick the Run for Galloway's box, when you register. For more information visit our Charity page.
Portaloos will be available onsite. There are also public toilets available at the entrance to King's Gardens and on the sea front.
Runners, please keep to the left when leaving the Esplanade, following the pathway through to Princes Park as the paths are narrow, and faster runners need room to overtake.
Baggage storage facilities will be available.
From the A565, on reaching the roundabout close to Southport, turn right onto the coastal road. Follow this road, passing under the pier. Princes Park is located next to the Ocean Plaza.
Follow the Formby bypass (A565) to the traffic lights just past Woodvale Airfield. Turn left at these lights onto the coastal road. Follow the coastal road until you reach the Ocean Plaza. Princes Park is located next to the Ocean Plaza.
Parking is available in local car parks. Princes Park is close to the Park & Ride on Esplanade.
Before you take part in the Natterjack Seaside 10k, make sure you are healthy. For medical advice, visit the Runners Medical Resource. After you receive your Race Number, please remember to fill in any required medical details in the provided space on the back.
Prize presentations will be made shortly after the race, as soon as the results are available. Afterwards, you can view the results here in our Results section.
The first 3 Men and Women will receive special prizes. Also, the first Men in categories: 40–44, 45–49, 50–54, 55–59, 60–64, 65–69, and 70+, along with first Women in categories: 35–39, 40–44, 45–49, 50–54, 55–59, 60–64, and 65+, will all receive special prizes. All finishers get a medal, t-shirt and goody-bag!
Tony Clixby - This year’s race photographer and award winner of the O2 digital journalist of the year is planning to have the race photographs online the evening of the race. www.tonyclixby.com
City Rehab - Sports injury and physiotherapy clinic will be in attendance at this year’s race. They are there to provide advice regarding injury prevention, to treat minor injuries, and provide massage to any runners needing it.