Event Profile

The Lemur Loop 10k and The Lemur Loop 12 Hour, 14th November 2020 9am – 9pm, Cricket St Thomas, near Chard

New for 2020 If you are running the 10k only, you can start at any time of day before 2pm. Just turn up get your race number (unless we post them out in advance), let us know you are starting and off you go. You will get a chip time for your loop.

All 12 hour individual runners and ALL 12 hour team members will start at 9am.

The fastest loop recorded will count towards the Inter Club Competition. This will be awarded to the club with the lowest average (mean) run time. There is no limit to the number of club runners, however, club affiliation must be advised at the time of entering and finalised by the 11th November 2020.

The 12 hour endurance event is for solo runners and teams of up to 6. The aim is to complete the most loops in your individual prize category, listed below. This is not a relay and once the first loop has been completed, runners can start a new loop at any time during the event. This means that teams of 6 could have all 6 runners out on the course at the same time.

To count towards the individual or team total, all loops must be completed by 9pm.

Prizes will be awarded in the following categories;

  • Male and Female Individual
  • Male, Female and Mixed Pairs
  • Male, Female and Mixed Team of 3
  • Male, Female and Mixed Team of 4
  • Male, Female and Mixed Team of 5
  • Male, Female and Mixed Team of 6
  • Fastest Lap Male and Female

Each of the categories will have individual leader boards, so teams can determine tactics throughout the day. For example, at 7pm perhaps your team of 4 might need 4 laps to take the lead in that category, then you would need to rally all team members to get out and run 1 more loop altogether and finish before 9pm to become champions.

In the case of an equal number of laps completed by a team in the same category, the winners will be determined by the earliest finish time of day of the last lap.

Head torches will be mandatory for all laps started after 4pm. This may be earlier and is at the discretion of the race director. The route will be clearly marked and key areas will have lighting during the hours of darkness. A mandatory kit list will be announced well in advance of the event.

There will be a pits area for team members to recover, eat, drink, sleep, talk tactics etc. Gazebos are advised maximum size 3m x 3m.

Various hot and cold food and drink options will be on site for the duration of the event.

Entry Fees

entry type opens closes price
Affiliated 10k Entry 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
Unaffiliated 10k Entry 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
Solo 12 hours 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
Pair 12 hours 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
£38 pp
Team of 3, 12 hours 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
£38 pp
Team of 4, 12 hours 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
£38 pp
Team of 5, 12 hours 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
£38 pp
Team of 6, 12 hours 29/11/2019
@ 00:00
@ 12:00
£38 pp

Useful Info


Cricket St. Thomas
TA20 4DD


MANDATORY KIT (12 hour solos and teams)

• Mobile phone with race control number saved 07462 835789
• Whistle (so we can hear you if you get lost)
• Water carrying capability. The 12 hour event is a cupless event and you must have water carrying capability (water bottle, cup, water bladder or similar) which may be refilled at the Aid Station and in the pits.
Those starting a lap at 2pm or after will also be required to carry the following (this will be checked):
• Head torch or torches capable of giving useable light for 5 hours
• Hat
• Gloves




Q: How long is each lap?

A: Each Lap is 10k, with approximately 290m of climbing

Q: Can I stay in my camper van Friday night and/or Saturday night?

A: Yes, by kind permission of the land owners you can stay overnight in your van. Please note the only facilities available will be the event toilets.

Q: What shoes would you recommend?

A: Something off road biased, the tricky hills are off road and there are short section on some road something like this https://www.inov-8.com/trail-running/x-talon

Q: Will there be a bar?

A: Yes! Our great mates from the https://themilkmaidsarms.co.uk/ will be there all day serving sports cider + gin and isotonic!

Q: If I run far enough does it count towards the 100 Marathon Club even if I run as part of a team?

A: Yes it does, we have checked with them and as long as you complete 5 laps in the 12 hours it counts towards your total

Q: If I am running as a solo, can I stop and get my medal at any time e.g after 5 laps?

A: Yes you can.

Q: When will results be available?

A: Results will hopefully be online during Sunday and all prizes will be posted out during the week.

Q: How much space and what can we have for our team in the pits?

A: We recommend a 3m x 3m gazebo and you can have some space around it.

Q: Can we book a space in the pits for our team.

A: Sorry no, space is on a first come basis.

Q: Can I charge my phone/garmin/Ipod etc?

A: Yes, at the registration area we will have 10 x usb plugs, your stuff is left at your own risk.

Q: Can I listen to music with headphones?

A: Yes at this event you can, please make sure that it isn’t turned up so loud that you couldn’t hear a marshal or vehicle.

Q: Can I run with my dog?

A: No dogs on the running route, sorry. But if you dog is well behaved, on a lead and accompanied by a responsible adult, then they can come and cheer you on.

Q: Will there be hot water available for my Pot Noodle?

A: Yes, there will be hot water available in the pits area.

Q: Will there be food available to buy?

A: Yes, plenty of choices from Ethic Street Pizza, Peace Love and Bananas and Exodus Coffee.

Q: What will be at the Modus Aid Station?

A: Hi 5 energy gels, Hi 5 Citrus energy drink, water, flat coke and a selection of sweet and savoury snacks such as flap jack, Twiglets, crisps and Jelly Babies.

Q: If I get cold how can I warm up?

A: Run another lap, give a stranger a cuddle or buy some Immortal Sport Merchandise.

Q: What do we get for finishing?

A: Everyone who finishes at least one lap will receive a unique event themed medal.


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Chinnocks Chase

The Chinnocks Chase is a 10 km trail run set in the stunning countryside around the Chinnocks in South Somerset, encompassing stiff climbs, long descents, tracks, lanes, fields, stiles and holloways in beautiful, rolling countryside. Running territory at its best, the 10 km is a tough trail run through stunning scenery, don’t expect a personal best! There is also a shorter, flatter 5 km run for the less adventurous but with equally great surroundings, and the 2 km is a fun run for our younger competitors or anyone else who would like a go!

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Cricket St. Thomas
TA20 4DD