CUSTOMER NOTICE

In the interest of participant safety we have taken the decision to postpone our Nite Lite Run Dark event scheduled for next Friday the 27th of March.
We will confirm the new date as soon as possible and all purchased tickets will remain valid for the rearranged date.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope you understand the reasons behind our decision.

 

Registration will take place at Drumpellier Country Park visitor centre

Registration will close at 6:40pm and the event will begin at 7pm prompt

Head Torches are mandatory and one will be provided as part of your entry fee and given at registration

The event will Run Dark from Lochend loch within the park past the superb Crannog and onto the woodland trail incorporating parts of the North Calder trail

The event will be approx 6miles and finish alongside the visitor centre

Entrants must be age 16+

All finishers will receive a unique finisher’s medal and goody bag

T-shirts (priced £10) are be purchased separately and will be available for collection at the event

 

If you are interested in volunteering, please click here

 

 

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About NL Leisure

NL Leisure is a registered Scottish charity, regulated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). The purpose of NL Leisure is to deliver sport, recreational, health improving and social welfare services to the community of North Lanarkshire. NL Leisure is a not for profit company (NPDO) which is limited by guarantee.

NL Leisure's vision is to provide exceptional customer service and value for money experience through the provision of a range of high quality sport, recreational and health improving activities

 

 

Contact

NL Leisure Headquarters

1 Ardgoil Drive,
Cumbernauld,
G68 9NE
01236 341968

Membership Enquiries

accessnl@nlleisure.com

General Enquiries

queries@nlleisure.com

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Customer Notice

In line with government advice on reducing social contact, all culture and leisure facilities in North Lanarkshire will remain closed for the foreseeable future.