ADULT (12 YRS)
UNDER 12 YRS
FAMILY FUN DAY
Book early to get the best price and receive a free t-shirt
Not sure which one to sign up for?
Local: I have a postcode HU1 - H10, HU13, HU16
Teen: I am 12-15 years old
Teams: 10% discount for 4+, 20% discount for 8+
EARLY BIRDto 1st September
- Elite: £40
- Adult: £30
- Local: £10
STANDARDto 19th October
- Elite: £45
- Adult: £35
- Local: £10
ON THE DAYto 20th - 21st October
- Elite: £50
- Adult: £40
- Local: £15
- Teen: £15
- Adult: £10
- Local: 50% Discount
Humbrella Family Fun Day
We all know that when we are feeling better in ourselves we can make a more positive contribution to those around us and when we work together for good, our communities are better places to live. So whether you are racing, spectating or just passing by, come and find out how you can make a difference in your life and the lives of those around you through our fun, free Humbrella Day Trail.
WHY SPONSOR THE EVENT?
Hull’s level of flood risk is second only to London. In 2007 over 11,000 residents and 1,300 businesses were affected. Although significant progress has been made the risk remains high. Flood protection and resilience is therefore important to anyone living and working in the area.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Your benefits, depending on the size of sponsorship, will include:
Before the event:
Logo/name on all promotional publicity, including:
- 10,000 flyers minimum
- Posters and main banners
- Press releases
- Social media coverage
Hyperlink from event website to your company website
- Banner space
- Tickets for VIP tent in event village
- Logo on event t-shirt
Team building opportunity with free tickets for event
To find out more please contact
Andrew Prest, Programme & Commercial Manager
Email: [email protected]
Do you do discounts for teams?
You Bet! If you enter 4+ people then you get 10% off current pricing. If you enter 8+ people you get 20% off current pricing. If you enter them all at once you immediately get discount or if bookings are spread out you get the discount refunded to the cards used when you reach the discount level.
What are the age restriction for racers?
- Any wave: 16 years+, including Humbergeddon (large slide)
- Teen Wave: 12-15 yrs, main route, excluding Humbergeddon
- Kids Race: 4-11 yrs, contained in Queen’s Gardens
How do I get race numbers and further info about the day?
Once registered you will receive updates leading up to the race, including guides. At the race day registration you will pick up your identification numbers and timing chips. Our Facebook page is normally the quickest way to see up dates.
Can I transfer my entry?
You can either transfer your entry to someone else online for free through your booking account or you can give the new person your race confirmation ticket for them to bring with them on race day to take your place.
why have certain postcodes been chosen?
The postcodes cover the Hull and Haltemprice area, which is the flood risk area that the Living with Water Partnership are responsible for.
Do I have to be able to run?
No. The great thing about obstacle course racing is you can do it at any speed you like; run, walk, jog or even skip!
Do I have to be able to swim?
No. There is one obstacle, the Water Dash, which will be across water. If you fall in there will be a short swim to the exit, with a rope to hold on to. However, you can go round any obstacle.
What do I need to bring on event day?
You MUST bring yourself, trainers with suitable clothing for the race and your ticket confirmation. If you have used the local’s discount - then adults entering themselves or their kids need to bring copy of their proof of address (photo copy or phone picture of either an official letter or drivers licence with your local address on).
When do I need to turn up on race day?
Aim to be there 60 mins before your race time.
What time does registration start on the day?
Registration opens at 9am.
If I have any questions who should I contact?
If the website doesn’t answer your question please send a message through the contact page and we will be able to help.
WHAT IS HULL AND HALTEMPRICE LIVING WITH WATER?
It is a partnership between:
Since the 2007 floods the partners have made significant investment in Hull and Haltemprice to improve flood resilience. In September 2017 they met with local organisations, business and charities to develop a future vision for Hull and Haltemprice, as thriving communities Living with Water, which would support a step change in progress towards their mission:
Working together on flood risk management the Living with Water Partnership will become an international exemplar for living in harmony with water, supporting the area on its journey to become destination city, adapted to climate change, with a 21st century economy.
One of the key steps towards this was a successful application to be part of a global resilience study. Hull was selected, as one of only five cities, to take part in a project funded by the philanthropic Rockefeller Foundation, to help develop a global framework for water resilience. They have been selected alongside Amman (Jordan), Cape Town (South Africa), Mexico City and Greater Miami and the Beaches (United States).
WHO ELSE IS INVOLVED?
The Humbrella Day Trail will have interactive displays from organisations working with individuals, communities and businesses to make Hull and Haltemprice a great place to live and work.
Various organisations and charities who are focused on increasing physical exercise and healthy eating
Various organisations who work hard to make communities safer
Various organisations and charities who bring a wealth of advice on a range of money matters
Building a future:
Businesses showing collectively how they are building a bright future for Hull and Haltemprice
Really safe homes:
Various organisations with practical advice about how to make your homes a safe place
Organisations with a passion for making sure your waste goes where it should be
Charities, organisations and groups who can help enjoy life to the full
All doing our bit:
Networks of volunteering opportunities to help you find how you can help to make Hull and Haltemprice a great place to live