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Devilla Forest 5k 2020

Carnegie Harriers Devilla Forest 5k


Organised by Carnegie Harriers Running Club, the Carnegie Harriers Devilla Forest 5k (3.1 miles) is a trail race taking place in Devilla Forest, starting and finishing within the grounds of the Scottish Police College at Tulliallan, Kincardine. The race is run under UK Athletics Rules and Scottish Athletics Licence No 10559.

The 2019 race will take place on Sunday 9th February 2020, starting at 11.05 am.


The Devilla Forest 5k follows a relatively flat anti-clockwise loop around the Moor Loch within Devilla Forest, predominantly on forest roads. The course will be marshalled and well-marked at all junctions. The safety of all is paramount and it is a condition of entry that competitors must follow the instructions of the marshals at all times.

Devilla Forest is a working forest and, as such, any work taking place on the race route may require the route to be amended on race day. Any changes will be notified to entrants as soon as known.

The route is predominantly along forest roads suitable for ordinary trainers or trail shoes, but not spikes.

Dogs are not permitted in the race.


The race is pre-entry only through EntryCentral. There are no entries on the day. Competitors must be at least 13 years old to enter the 5k race. The entry fee is £6.00 for SAL members and £8.00 for non-SAL members.

Race numbers and timing chips must be collected from 9.00 am on the day from the Registration Area located in the Assembly Hall with the Scottish Police College.

On receiving an email to confirm their entry to the race, competitors should check that their entry details are correct and advise the Race Director if any details need to be amended. No changes can be made after Wednesday 13th February.

It is a condition of entry that there are no refunds of entry fees and the swapping of numbers is not permitted. In the unfortunate event that a runner needs to withdraw from the race, they should advise the Race Director as soon as possible so that their place can be offered to the next person on the waiting list.