While spectators are able to attend the event, we ask runners to reduce the number of spectators accompanying them on race day. Spectators that do attend are requested not to watch the race at the immediate start and finish areas.

Spectator Code of Conduct

  • You must undertake a self-assessment for COVID-19 symptoms. Do not travel to the event if you are showing any symptoms of COVID-19. No-one should leave home to participate in sport if they, or someone they live with, has symptoms of COVID-19 currently recognised as any of the following.
    – A high temperature
    – A new, continuous cough
    – A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste
    Should you report or demonstrate any such symptoms, you must follow NHS and PHE guidance on self-isolation and report this using the NHS COVID-19 App.
  • Do not attend if you have been asked to self-isolate (through the NHS COVID app or by NHS track & trace).
  • Do your homework – make sure you are aware of and understand the pre-race briefing information offered by the event.
  • Be self-sufficient – bring your own hand sanitizer and refreshments.
  • Avoid the most congested areas of the course including the start and finish and plan how you will get to your viewing position.
  • Carefully consider your travel plans, and if you are travelling home with a participant, agree a designated meeting place after the race.
  • Leave more time than you normally would to get to and from the event.
  • Avoid physical contact with participants, volunteers or spectators including high fives and hugs etc.
  • Wherever possible keep toilets clear for the use of participants and event staff and volunteers.
  • Observe social distancing wherever possible. Please be respectful of everyone at the event who may be taking different approaches to social distancing depending on their personal circumstances.
  • Be mindful of your surroundings and impact on other spectators, participants, volunteers and the public.
  • If you experience COVID-19 symptoms soon after the event, you must report this using the NHS COVID-19 App – https://covid19.nhs.uk.

Spectator Viewing Points

There are a number of good spectator viewing points along the scenic Wilne 10k route.  As the route is a one and three-quarter laps, people who are less mobile will be able to support friends and family taking part in the race on at least one occasion.

For spectators who are able to move around the route easily, there are two maps below as a suggestion – one map for spectators who want to run between viewing points and one map for spectators who want to walk between viewing points.

MAP 1 – Running between points

Spectator Map 1

 MAP 2 – Walking between points

Spectator Map 2

Please note that these maps are an approximate guide only and you should consider changing your route if you are supporting runners who may be spread out in the race field or if you feel you are less able to walk/run between the spectator viewing points.

If you do plan to make your own spectator plan, please ensure that you do not interfere with the runners taking part in the race and listen to any marshal instruction at all times.

Any person or body involved from the Wilne 10k does not take responsibility for an individual’s health and well-being or any injury/illness as part of the suggested spectator maps provided above.