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Mildenhall 2K/5K River Run

Mildenhall 2K/5K River Run Join BFER and Run Breckland for a family friendly Riverside Run event in Mildenhall, featuring a 2k and a 5k run.   The 5k Run route will explore the tranquil River Lark footpath, from Jubilee Fields to Barton Mills. The route will then loop through the village back to the start […]

August 14, 2022
2k Run: 11am 5k Run: 11:30am. Registration opens at 10am
Jubilee Fields, Mildenhall, Bury Saint Edmunds IP28 7LF
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Mildenhall 2K/5K River Run

Join BFER and Run Breckland for a family friendly Riverside Run event in Mildenhall, featuring a 2k and a 5k run.

 

The 5k Run route will explore the tranquil River Lark footpath, from Jubilee Fields to Barton Mills. The route will then loop through the village back to the start following part of the Barton Mills Millennium Walk.

The 2k Run route will loop around Mildenhall’s Jubilee Fields, and is ideal for children as runners will be in sight at all times.

Fancy dress is optional, but prizes will be given to the best water-themed costumes (there are certainly mermaids and sharks in the River Lark!).

All finishers will receive a medal.

In addition to the runs, children’s games and activities will be available on Jubilee Fields, and so this riverside spot will be perfect for a picnic.

 

Mildenhall 2K/5K River Run

Sunday 14th August 2022

2k Run: 11am

5k Run: 11:30am

Registration opens at 10am, Jubilee Fields.

Booking required. Find out more information, and book your place on the 2k or 5k run HERE

 

This event is hosted by Run Breckland, a charitable organisation that promotes healthy recreation by organising running and walking events in the Breckland area. This event is supported by The Brecks Fen Edge and Rivers Landscape Partnership Scheme, through the project, Healing waters: Breathe the Brecks. ‘Healing Waters: Breathe the Brecks’ is a BFER project providing opportunities for communities to reconnect to their local landscapes and heritage through healthy outdoor activities. BFER is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, with thanks to players of the National Lottery.

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