Runners are being given the rare opportunity to explore Tyntesfield by night on Saturday 3 December.
The National Trust estate just outside of Bristol is hosting its third annual Night Run as part of a series of trail running events held at National Trust sites across the country. The aim is to allow visitors to explore these special places after-hours and to give and promote fitness during the cold winter months.
There are two courses; an Explorer 2k for those less experienced and an Adventurer 7k for those seeking more of a challenge. Entry tickets include on-site catering, well-marked reflective course signage, event marshals, timing and results service.
Events Officer, Hugh Harris said: ‘our Night Run is open to anyone, regardless of fitness level – it’s just a great way of getting out in the fresh air and a great chance to experience estate by night.’
There are regular running opportunities at Tyntesfield, with a free 10km run every forth Sunday of the month called the Trust10.
The Night Run starts at 5pm, with registration from 3.30pm. All participants must come with a head torch or hand held torch. The course is over good tracks and trails but suitable running or walking footwear is strongly recommended.
Tickets for the Adventurer course are £16.50 per person adult and £8 per person for the Explorer course, they can be booked online at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield or 0844 249 1895.