Located within Boultham Park the Race Village is right next to the start line and it's where the finish line is. Athletes come to drop off their baggage in the morning, soak up the entertainment before and after the race, meet friends and grab a bite to eat and drink. Here's an example of what you'll find over the Race Weekend.
Runners are able to leave their baggage within the Baggage Tent prior to the race beginning. It will be clearly signed. Please expect to queue to drop/collect your baggage during peak times.
The Help Desk is manned by Curly's Athletes staff to deal with any issues you might have on the day, including race pack collection and Elite athlete queries. It is also the place to go if you have lost something or someone. So if you have any issues or questions just stop by and we will be glad to help
There will be a number of catering units serving a selection of tasty food Including fresh hot panines, burgers, fish and chips, carvery, hot & cold drinks & confectionary.
massage & physio
We will be working with a local partner and more information to be published soon
Medical services will be located on the finish line and at the end of the finish funnel. If at any point you need help please make yourself known.
Road closures will be in place in some areas of the City on Sunday 20th September 2020. A full list of the 2020 road closures will be made available closer to the date.
As well as the necessary road closures for the event there are some roadworks affecting traffic not just in the City but on many roads as you approach Lincoln. Please plan your journey in advance and allow extra time for delays or congestion.
Arrangements for car parking allocation and options will be made available closer to the time.
As part of the Lincoln City Half Marathon we want to celebrate the different communities which form the City of Lincoln, celebrating the diversity of our neighbourhoods and the people who bring them life. An event like this cannot take place for the safety of runners and residents without the closures of roads and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Why not come out and support runners during their 13.1-mile journey?
In order to deliver this event for the city we are aware it could impact on your business but we want to work with you to minimise. We apologise for any delay and disruption caused by the Lincoln City Half Marathon event, however some road closures and diversions are essential for keeping our runners safe and allowing this event to take place. We will endeavour to work with all businesses along the route who may be affected to try and minimise disruption.
More information to follow including information about consultation events.