The 2018 Derwent Dambuster Trail Race took take place on Saturday 12th May 2018.
Preliminary results are now available, and will be confirmed as soon as possible.
The Derwent Dambuster is an annual event to raise funds for Challenge Cancer Through Adventure. The event is a 10-mile run / challenge walk in the beautiful Derwent Valley. Your entry fees and sponsorship money raised are used to support CCTA challengers undertake adventures which can transform their lives. (CCTA is a charity run entirely by volunteers, so the money raised really does go to support our challengers!)
Derwent Dambuster would not be possible without the help and support of many volunteers and organisation. We would like to thank the following for the work they have done to make the race such a success:
All the marshals and volunteers for making it a safe, friendly and successful day.
The Organising Committee – Lorna Smith, Keith Hague, Chris Roebuck and John Holliday.
Paul Dobie and his team from Cotswold Outdoor Bakewell store for sponsoring race numbers, prizes, and the event shelter.
Paul Wetton and the National Park team.
Jenny Joy-Matthews for organising the cake stand.
Kat Adam for time recording.
Toby Rhodes for orgaising car parking, timing and background logistics.
Andie Brazewell for radios, and for risk assessment with Mick Earle.
Suzanne Robinson for the new signs and marshal safety cards.
The Anglers Rest, Bamford for the cake stand tables.
Sainsbury’s Supermarket for providing the water.
Emma Yarwood for photographing the event.
Jaqui Copley for starting the race and presenting the prizes.
Sally Vetta for the trophies.
SiEntries for the registration site.
Edale Mountain Rescue for being on stand-by.
The Friday Evening Team for preparations before the event.
And last, but not least, the runners and walkers themselves – well done all!
Please help us to help even more people by getting sponsored to complete the Dambuster event. You can donate online to CCTA, or even set up your own web page to publicise your fund raising for the Derwent Dambuster event.