Inflatable Santa Run Granta Park 2018

Inflatable Santa Run Granta Park 2018



Name: Emily Rose

Phone: 01223 800765

Please note: this event is ​only open to people who work within Granta Park and is closed to the general public

Join us for a fun run, jog or walk dressed as Santa on 6th ​December at the ​Granta Park.

The event will take place round the Granta Park in Cambridge, and will see the park painted red as Santas set off round the 2km route

The Santa Run includes a warm-up led by Jez Smith, and after you have finished the run you are welcome to join us on the pavilion veranda, for a well-earned mince pie and listen to the Christmas Carols being performed by children from Great Abington Primary School (from 12.30pm).


Basic Ticket (includes medal, soft drink & mince pie) - £12
Ticket with Santa Suit and hat (includes medal, soft drink, mince pie, Santa suit & hat) - £15

By signing up to this event, you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions

I hereby agree that, in consideration of being allowed access to the property located at Granta Park, Cambridge (the “Property”), owned by Granta Park JCo 1 Limited and BMR Granta Park Propco Limited (together, “Owner”) for the sole purpose of participation in the Granta Park Inflatable Santa Run 2018 (the “Race”), I do hereby WAIVE and RELEASE Owner, the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (“EACH”), The Knockout Challenge, BMR LLC, BioMed Realty, L.P., and each of their respective affiliates, and all such entities’ members, managers, directors, officers, employees, agents and volunteers from, and expressly assume the risk of, injury, loss or damage, including death, from any and all known and unknown causes while on the Property.  While care has been taken to guard against injury or damage arising from planned uses, no assurance can be given that persons not familiar with the equipment and risks located on the Property will not suffer injury or damage to themselves or their equipment.

I accept that the activities that will be offered could be strenuous and demanding and that good health and a degree of fitness level are required, and that I should withdraw from the event if I have any doubts.

Owner, EACH and The Knockout Challenge reserve the right to remove any competitor who does not abide by the rules.

A Public Liability is in force, but this does not cover personal accidents.

I consent to the use of any photographs taken by EACH for Race publicity, including online.

Anyone under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs will be excluded from the games without question.  Previous medical problems must be made known to Owner, EACH and The Knockout Challenge prior to the commencement of the competition, particularly broken bones and dislocations. Owner, EACH and The Knockout Challenge may exclude entrants they feel are not suitable to take part. Games must be carried out as demonstrated and/or explained only. Participants should only compete to a level that safely matches their own ability and not overstretch themselves to the point that they may affect their own or others’ safety.  It is a fun games and, as such, bad behaviour or bad sportsmanship is not allowed.  Anyone whose behaviour is considered disruptive or dangerous to the games or other participants will be asked to leave.  Suitable footwear, such as “trainers,” should be worn at all times.  No bare feet are allowed, except for such games where bare feet are specifically permitted.

WET GAMES:  Some games may include the use of water and/or bubbles. Participants must take extra care during games that have wet surfaces so that they do not slip. Excess speed or bad grip of footwear may increase this risk, including games that have become wet because of inclement weather conditions.  

To comply with HSE guidelines, any injuries that occur during the games must be reported to a member of The Knockout Challenge staff.  Owner, EACH and The Knockout Challenge must also be notified of any hospital treatment as a result of the games promptly after the event, as such circumstances must be reported under the HSE RIDDOR system. Only those who have signed this Waiver and are willing to comply with its requirements will be allowed to participate.

If any participants for which I am responsible are aged 14 to 17, I agree to his/her participation in and under the rules of the Race, and I am satisfied that, being aged 14 year or over, he/she is sufficiently capable and experienced to assume full responsibility for his/her safety while participating in this event.  If any participant are aged 13 or under, he/she must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or over, who will take full responsibility for him/her during the event.

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