Entries for all events close on Wednesday 7th September at 12:00pm or when we reach our max capacity. (No entries will be taken after this time).
- The entry fee for the Half Marathon is £56
Your fee covers race entry and timing, a finisher's medal, all wines and food at the drinks stations, a high quality souvenir technical T-shirt, a ticket to the post-race hog roast with complimentary drink, free parking, medical support throughout, secure baggage and free digital downloads of your race photographs for personal use.
- The entry fee for the 10K is £35
This event will be timed and the fee includes a finisher's medal, drinks and food at two drinks stations, a ticket to the post-race hog roast with complimentary drink and free digital downloads of your race photographs. It does not include the race T-shirt but that can be purchased in advance for £10 or on the day for £15 if we still have stock.
- The 2-K Fun Run is free to enter but is not timed and everyone who completes the distance will receive a finisher's medal.
Registration is through the on-line entry portal, www.letsdothis.com. The entry price includes all admin and race entry fees, no additional fees will be charged at the point of entry. The 'Enter Now' button above will take you directly to the Bacchus registration page when.
Numbers and timing chips will be sent out in August. If there are any entries still available after August 1, this runners will have to collect their race numbers and timing chips on the morning of the race from 8.15am onwards.
The registration will be in the black tents on the edge of the main race car park, it will be fully marked and sign posted. Final race instructions will also be sent out via email prior to the event. Your race pack will contain your race number and pins. Your timing chip is situated on the back of your race number.
Please arrive at least an hour before your intended start to give you time to collect your number on the morning. Your race number will have a number of detachable elements and can be exchanged for food and drink at the hog roast and your race T-shirt, which will be distributed at the finish after you have received your medal. It will also include a detachable baggage tag that can be used for any baggage that you want to check while you run.
10K runners who ordered a T-shirt in advance can collect the T-shirt at the same time that you pick up your number. The registration team have a full list of the pre-ordered 10K t-shirts and will give you the size that your ordered. The T-shirt pick up point will be located beside the information point.
Half Marathon runners have a T-shirt token printed on their numbers, which can be exchanged for their T-shirt after crossing the finish line.
XS - Chest = 45cm Length = 66cm
S - Chest = 48cm Length = 68
M - Chest = 51cm Length 70cm
L - Chest 54cm Length 72cm
XL - Chest = 57cm Length 74cm
2XL - Chest = 60cm Length = 76cm
(Chest measurements are for one side of the t-shirt measured whilst it is lying flat).
You will be given the T-shirt size that you ordered. We place orders according to those sizes so we will not be able to exchange the size you ordered on the day for a different size.
There will a limited number of additional T-shirts available for purchase on race day for £15. We can't promise we will have all sizes.
There is a secured baggage area behind the Denbies main building and can be reached by walking through the large marquee to the right of Denbies main building. This tent will also host the hog roast after you have completed your run. The baggage area is manned at all times. There will be a tear-off baggage tag on the bottom of your race number. The tag number matches your race number. Attach the tag to any baggage you wish to leave. The baggage area will be open from 8.30am and will remain open until the last bag is collected. There will be the option to leave car keys in a secure box at the baggage tent.
Please ensure that any bag you leave is correctly tagged, we will only release the bag to a person with a number that matches the baggage tag. We will not accept bags for drop off without a numbered tag.
The event car park is within the grounds of Denbies Vineyard, Dorking, RH5 6AA. The main event car park will be in the large field to the right of Denbies main building and it will be sign posted from the Denbies main entrance with event marshals inside the car park that will direct you where to park. Our car park space is limited and we want to maximise that space by parking your vehicles as efficiently as possible. Please follow the marshals instructions when parking. Any randomly parked cars that block exit or entry routes into or out of the car park will be towed away.
When the main car park is full we will move to a secondary car park inside Denbies grounds at the front of the estate. There is ample space in the car parks for all competitors if you follow the marshals instructions. Please use the designated event car parks and do not park in other areas of the Denbies complex which is reserved for Denbies general customers on the day. The registration tent and number pick up, is at the top corner of the main event car park.
When leaving the car park after your run, EXIT signs will direct you on to a one way system to leave the vineyard. Follow the signs and turn right as you exit the car park on to the one-way system.
Bacchus Wine Half Marathon and 10K are primarily fun runs and we want you to take your time to enjoy the wine, the food, the music and the scenery.
The event is chip timed and we publish results after the event, but we do not award prizes to the fastest finishers in any of the races.
We do, however, award bottles of Denbies English wine for the best fancy dress costumes we see on the day. The best fancy dress competition is judged by our finish line team and the prizes are awarded at the finish line. It is a light-hearted competition and no discussion will be entered into about the decisions they make. Those decisions are entirely subjective.
There will be plenty of portable toilets in the start/finish area in the main event car park and after registration on the route to the start. There are additional men's and women's toilets inside Denbies main building. There will also be portable toilets at two locations out on the course.
Although the race route crosses one public highway, the route itself does not run on the public highway. We do not ban headphones, although we advise against running in them and if you decide to use them, you do so at your own risk. Likewise you can run with a dog, although we don't recommend it and any dog needs to be kept on a leash at all times.
Dogs are not allowed inside Denbies main building.