Course Marshall Information


  1. We have 2 x 8 seater “Buggies” which will take all the marshalls out to their positions, leaving the briefing at 08.15
  2. One Marshal at each Marshal point will receive the laminated instructions as below. Your marshall point will be circled and has a number attached, this is for any radio communication. These are on Lanyards.
  3. I know that 2 Way radios tend to frighten people but you will be issued with very simple instructions when you are in position and have been handed your radio. This is a very important part of our Health & Safety procedures and it is really very simple and not something to be scared of as you will see.
  4. It is important that you are in your designated position BEFORE the road closures at 9.00 am.
  5. Course staff will go around the course after 9.00 a.m. to assist and make sure the barriers are in the correct position.
  6. Please make sure that you are not standing in front of any Directional Arrows that may be on the Barriers.
  7. Road closures for the Windsor Womens 10K are lifted at 12 noon (Windsor Half Marathon 13.00) so the barriers must be moved to the side of the road but Marshalls must stay in position until the Tail End vehicle passes. This vehicle follows the last runner.
  8. You will also receive an estimated (and it is only estimated!) time schedule for the fastest and slowest runners.
  9. Don’t forget to be supportive of all the runners. They always talk about the support they get from our Volunteers!!


The Front and back of the laminated Marshall positions and design of Barriers

A Short Video Explaining How to Connect and Disconnect Crowd Control Barriers


More Volunteer Information

Baggage Marquee Information

Finish Funnels Information