Entrants who wish to submit their registration application online will immediately be sent an acknowledgement e-mail. The Nairnshire Challenge Office will then (in due course) send the team leader an e-mail confirming the team entry details and advising the team and entrant reference numbers.
The Royal Brackla Inter Bar Challenge
The Royal Brackla Inter Bar Challenge is run as part of the Nairnshire Challenge. Entries can be from any licensed Pub, Club , Restaurant or Bar. Each establishment can enter a team of 3 people over 18 years of age. They can be staff, or customers, or a mixture.
They must have Royal Brackla in their team name. There is no extra charge over the normal Challenge entry.
The Royal Brackla Distillery are putting up 9 bottles of whisky prizes – one for each member of the first three Royal Brackla teams to finish.
Conditions of Entry
We encourage entries in teams of three particularly because of the support members can derive from each other, but we also welcome entries from pairs and singletons. Entrants must be at least 16 years old on the day of the Challenge.
Teams must appoint a Team Leader, who will be the single point of contact for the team with the organisers. Any changes to the team members should be advised to the Nairnshire Challenge Office as soon as possible.
Entrants in the Nairnshire Challenge accept responsibility for their own safety and fitness to participate in the 30 mile walk and bike ride. The organisers and bodies assisting them accept no liability for accidental injury or otherwise to entrants or damage or theft to their property. If an entrant is in any doubt about their fitness they must consult their doctor. Each Team Leader will confirm acceptance of these terms on behalf of all team members when sending the entry fee.
The entry fee is non-refundable. This fee is intended to cover the cost of staging the event and the administration costs. Any excess will be added to the Charitable Fund.
Teams of three are pledged to raise at least £150 in sponsorship, so each individual is expected to raise £50. Participants must return their individual sponsorship monies by 22 July 2016.
All money raised will be pledged to Nairn Rotary Club, and the trustees of the Charitable Trust will distribute it to local charities and good causes, and to charities supported by Rotary International.
Entrants names and addresses will be held on a computer database for the purpose of the administration of the Nairnshire Challenge and to keep those registered updated on plans for the event. Names and times of finishers will be released to the local press and published on this website and our facebook page.
Withdrawals, Substitutes and Questions
Should a team or any entrant be unable to participate or if an entrant has any questions about the event they should e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Substitutes should be notified at the earliest opportunity. When advising a substitute please provide all personal details of the substitute. In exceptional circumstances substitutes may be accepted on the day of the Challenge.
Data Protection Policy
Participants’ names, addresses and contact details will be held in a computer database solely for the purposes of the administration of the Nairnshire Challenge. This information will be not shared with any other person or organisation other than for the purposes of ensuring participants’ safety. Finishers’ names and times will be published.