Village Registrations for 2021 are open!

Village site registrations are now open

Village registrations are now open!

Please read the following carefully before registering:

All marquees will be set up by Atlas Event and Party Hire by Saturday PM. If you wish to deliver larger items, you may do so at your own risk. Security guards will be on duty from Saturday 6.00pm to Sunday 6.00am. Maps/Marquee locations have changes this year to cater for growing numbers.

Set up time frames: please note NO vehicles are allowed to remain on site during the event, including catering vans!

  • Saturday September 19th – Vehicles are only allowed on the reserve between 1.00pm and 3.00pm.
  • Sunday September 20th – Vehicles are only allowed on the reserve between 5.30am and 6.15am for set up. For pack up from approximately 1:00pm – 2:30pm or when deemed safe by event manager.
  • A marshall will be located at the entrance to the Reserves to monitor entry and exit of vehicles.
  • If erecting your own tent, you are only allowed to set up on Sunday morning due to security and risk management risks. Please be aware of the line marking of water mains/etc before you peg your tent.
  • No other commercial hirer can erect or supply items for any expo sites for this event.
  • No products or services are allowed to set up and operate unless it is an authorised as an official operation of the City-Bay Fun Run.
  • The supply of food, barbecue/drinks for your own participants from your marquee is acceptable – but selling of any sort to the public or participants is not permitted. Please read the outdoor food handling brochure.
  • Partner banners must be displayed inside your marquee only. Please do not put banners up outside of your marquee. Any merchandise you are giving away to team members only must be from inside your tent. Flags can be erected to indicate to your team members where you are located, adjacent to your marquee.
  • Promotional brochures and flyers are not permitted and must not be handed out – This is a Council by-law.
  • Clean up and bump out from 1:00pm onwards or when deemed appropriate by Event Manager.
  • You are responsible for your rubbish and leftovers. Please ensure that your site is clean and tidy and that all rubbish is deposited in the bins. 1 garbage bag will be left at your tent.
  • All reserves in Glenelg are dry zones, so the consumption of alcohol is not allowed.
  • Parking is limited in and around Glenelg. Don’t forget the free bus for participants leaving from Wigley Reserve; as long as you have your race number, for trams you need your coupon from the paper.
  • Private Bus Parking: A bus drop off and pick up has been arranged on Adelphi Terrace between the Buffalo Car Park to St Agnes Street. This area will be controlled by CFS.
  • School Bus Pick up: On Adelphi Terrace between Anzac Highway and the Buffalo Car park.

PUBLIC STATEMENT: 14 October 2021

Lumary City-Bay Fun Run will not go ahead in 2021

 

It is with great disappointment that the Lumary City-Bay confirms it will not proceed in 2021.

Lumary City-Bay, which is run by a volunteer Management Committee, has been working on delivering a Covid-safe City-Bay for many months now.

On review, the invitation by SA Health to the City-Bay on 8 October 2021 to revise and resubmit an updated COVID Management Plan for reassessment, was made with reference to guidelines which had already considered, including removing the post-run activities.

City-Bay’s volunteer Management Committee could not see any further changes it could make to running its event on November 7 that would change the reasons SA Health COVID Management Committee sighted for declining the 2021 City-Bay approval. These were:

  • High risk of transmission from increased exhalation during the event
  • Uncontrolled outbreaks in neighbouring eastern states
  • Significant impact on the State’s resources – testing capacity, contact tracing, hospital beds etc in case of an outbreak

Furthermore, even if approval was received within the week, the very tight timelines mean it would be impossible to reinstate some operational aspects of the event and successfully deliver the Lumary City-Bay in 2021.

The Lumary City-Bay Team, sponsors and charities remain extremely disappointed, but the decision has now fired all of us up for a bigger and stronger event in 2022. We hope it has fired you up as well and we look forward to your ongoing support in 2022.

We confirm entrants are offered a choice to carry-over their entry to the 2022 Lumary City-Bay (that option would be our preferred), donate to the City-Bay Trust or request a full refund.
We appreciate and thank the Community of South Australia for their continuing support.