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Euston Estate Marathon/Half Marathon

April 30, 2023 Registration: 8am, Run Starts: 9am Euston Estate, Thetford, IP24 2QW

Euston Estate Marathon/Half Marathon

Join Run Breckland this spring for a brand new marathon and half marathon event at the Euston Hall Estate.

Explore the historic parkland of Euston Hall Estate, which has been home to the Dukes of Grafton for over 350 years.

Join the half marathon, for a single lap course around the beautiful grounds. Or for a bigger challenge, join the marathon for a two lap course.

All participants will receive a bespoke medal.

As a trail run, you will find an undulating and mixed terrain (comprising sand, stones, grass, tarmac, woodland tracks and all sorts of lumps and bumps. Depending on the weather, there may areas with mud and puddles.

You will join a mass start at 9am. All runners will be stop watched timed. There is no cut off time, and so you can run at your your own pace.

You will be supported by a team of volunteer marshals at various checkpoints, where you will be offered drinks and snacks. Two-way radio operators and first aiders will be on duty across the route to ensure safety for runners.

Key Information:

  • Date: Sunday 30th April 2023
  • Time: Meet from 8am at IP24 2QW, just inside the white gates of the Estate ready for a 9am start
  • Location: Euston Estate, Thetford, IP24 2QW
  • Cost: Half Marathon: £20 , Marathon: £25 (please note a booking fee applies of £0.45 + 6% per ticket)
  • Headphones: You can wear headphones, but please remove them on the on-road sections
  • Under 16s: Sorry, but no under 16s.
  • Parking: You can park at the venue. Please carshare wherever you can as space is limited.
  • Booking is required. Book your tickets HERE
  • If you have any questions please email
Run Breckland is a registered charity (reg no 1187004).  Proceeds will be used fund future events and to award grants to local charities/good causes.
This event is being organised in partnership with Euston Estate, the Brecks Fen Edge & Rivers Landscape Partnership Scheme (BFER), and  Norfolk Water.
BFER is made possible with thanks to the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and players of the National Lottery.