Count­ing down to Had­low to Har­bour

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Get your fam­ily or a bunch of friends to­gether, find your gear and get train­ing now for the Had­low to Har­bour Walk/ Jog/Run on March 8, 2015.

All fit­ness lev­els are catered for. You can choose a 10km walk/jog/ run or a more friendly 3km op­tion.

Or­gan­ised as a com­mu­nity char­ity event by the Ro­tary Club of Ti­maru North, Had­low to Har­bour has a long his­tory in Ti­maru that stretches back at least 25 years and the num­ber of peo­ple tak­ing part has grown ev­ery year now at­tract­ing more than 1500 peo­ple.

The Dix­ieland Jazz Band will en­ter­tain at the fin­ish and prize giv­ing area, this year to be in front of the Sound Shell, and Moun­tain­view High School Jazz Band will be send­ing you off en­er­gised at the 10km start line with some rous­ing tunes.

Had­low to Har­bour (H2H) is sup­ported by the South Can­ter­bury Dis­trict Health Board, Ful­ton Ho­gan, Tele­com, The TimaruHer­ald, and var­i­ous other lo­cal firms and or­gan­i­sa­tions and is known for its fun at­mos­phere and friend­li­ness with peo­ple re­turn­ing year af­ter year. Par­tic­i­pants also know they are sup­port­ing im­por­tant lo­cal or­gan­i­sa­tions as the event is a fab­u­lous op­por­tu­nity for com­mu­nity groups to raise money.

Thanks to Ro­tary, there is now an easy and healthy way for South Can­ter­bury groups to fundraise while tak­ing part in the H2H event. It’s 100 per cent self-fund­ing – you get ev­ery­thing you raise.

By ac­cu­mu­lat­ing spon­sor­ship for each run­ner you have an ef­fec­tive way to raise money for your sport, char­ity or school.

To gather spon­sor­ship here’s what you need to do.

Gather your team and ap­ply on line at to re­ceive your of­fi­cial spon­sor­ship forms.

Seek spon­sor­ship pledges to par­tic­i­pate in the H2H.

Turn up at the start line with your spon­sor­ship forms and have them ‘com­ple­tion stamped’ at the fin­ish line. Col­lect your pledges. The only cost to you is the ticket en­try. All funds raised go to your group.

En­try De­tails

En­try is by wear­ing the of­fi­cial H2H wrist band.

$10 for adults, $3 for pri­mary and sec­ondary school pupils. Un­der 5s free.

Of­fi­cial H2H wrist bands are re­turn­ing as an on­line en­try pro­ce­dure. De­signed to speed up the reg­is­tra­tion process, par­tic­i­pants are en­cour­aged to pur­chase wrist bands early to sim­plify things on the day and save time and has­sle at the start­ing points.

Wrist bands can be picked up or pur­chased:

Feb 28 and March 7, 10am-3pm at New World Su­per­mar­ket.

March 8 (on the day) from 8am at Caro­line Bay skatepark (north­ern car park)

March 8 (on the day) from 8:30am-9:20am at Had­low start lo­ca­tion.

March 8 (on the day) from 9am9:35am at Count­down start lo­ca­tion.

Cash sales only. Please have cor­rect amount ready.


eT­ick­ets can also be pur­chased us­ing iTICKET on­line or by phon­ing 0508 iTICKET us­ing your credit card.

eT­ick­ets are to be pre­sented at pickup or start lo­ca­tions to re­ceive wrist bands. Th­ese may be dis­played on smart phone/pad/tablet or as print­outs. If pre­ferred, phys­i­cal tick­ets are de­liv­er­able for an op­tional fee. You pay noth­ing ex­tra for buy­ing H2H eT­ick­ets on­line, but op­tional de­liv­ery fees ap­ply for phys­i­cal tick­ets.


Please al­low ex­tra time for get­ting your wrist bands.

There are two start­ing points. For the en­thu­si­asts, the 10km event starts at Had­low at 9.30am. For fun, the 3km event starts at Church Street Count­down at 9.45am.

8.15am: Free bus leaves Caro­line Bay to take par­tic­i­pants to the start line at Had­low

9.30am: 10km route starts at Had­low Rd

9.45am: 3km route starts at Count­down Car Park, Church St.

11am: Of­fi­cial prize giv­ing at Caro­line Bay Sound Shell

Get­ting to the start lines

Ritchies Coach­lines pro­vides free bus trans­port from Caro­line Bay to the Had­low start line at 8.15am. Board the bus by the skate­board park be­fore 8.15am.

If you are trav­el­ling to the start line by car:

10km start line at Had­low: Travel west up Wai-iti Rd, right onto Glen­iti Rd, join Rose­brook Rd, con­tinue to Brock­ley Rd. Turn right into Brock­ley Rd to cor­ner of Brock­ley and Had­low roads. Par­tic­i­pants may be dropped off and cars re­turn via Spur Rd, Kel­lands Hill, Pages Rd, Sel­wyn St, Trafal­gar St, Evans St, Te Weka St, Virtue Av­enue, to the Caro­line Bay carpark. There is limited park­ing in Had­low Rd near the start area.

3km start line at Count­down: Please ac­cess the carpark via the Le Cren St drop-off point. Ex­tra space is avail­able in the car parks of Ash­ley Elec­tron­ics and the Le Cren St Car Park of the Richard Pearce Tav­ern up to 10am.

Achiev­able: Walk­ers and run­ners of all ages and fit­ness lev­els get in­volved with Had­low to Har­bour.

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