Starting at 10am, you have 2 hours to run as many 5k infinity loops as you desire.
1 loop = 5k
2 loops = 10k
3 loops = 15k
4 loops = Half Marathon (Extra 1.1k out & back to complete full HM distance)
5 loops = 26k
The hard packed trails will take you through beautiful landscaped parkland and offer inspiring views across the private estate. Haughley Park really comes to life during the summer months, with bursts of colour provided by a wide variety of flowers, shrubs and trees. The Rhododendron lined avenues steal the show!
This an ideal race for both trail and road runners.
Timed | Finisher Medal | First Aid
Nb: Price rise to allow for chip timing after first 100 participants
Haughley Park Infinity Run – 5k loop | 2 hour race
Date: Sunday 24th May 2020
Race starts: 10:00
Entry Fee: £16
Please note: To conform to UK Athletics Rules, an additional £2 fee for non attached club runners is required.
Age Limits & Restrictions:
Runners must be aged 14 and over to enter.
Distance restrictions in place for under 18’s (Please see general race rules below)
Photographic ID will be required at race registration.
Runners of all abilities are welcome.
The route is multi terrain, includes stretches of footpaths, woodland and parkland. Haughley Park is nestled in rolling countryside.
All finishers will be awarded a medal.
Trophies for furthest travelling male & female in the quickest time period.
Please note this is a cupless race. Fresh drinking water will be available for you to refill your bottles but no cups will be provided. This is to reduce single use waste.
General Race Rules:
The race will begin at 10:00 and will finish at 12:00. If you have started a lap before noon, you will be allowed to finish your lap and your time will count as long as you finish by 1pm.
Every participant in the event must wear a race number at all times. You must advise us before the event if you have any medical conditions or allergies we should be aware of, and also write these details on the back of your race number.
Age Limits & Restrictions
Under 14 years 5,000 metres (5k / one loop)
Under 16 years 6,000 metres (one loop)
Under 17 years 10,000 metres (10k / two loops)
Under 18 years 25,000 metres (25k / five loops)
This is a multi-terrain event and all competitors enter it at their own risk. While medical assistance is provided for the duration of the event no liability will be accepted by the individual race organisers or land owners for any injury incurred by entering this race.
Pictures and video footage may be used on the Raw Trails website or that of our sponsors and in advertising material and media write-ups. All competitors entering the race agree to their photograph being used for these purposes.
It is a condition of entry that all competitors agree to the terms and conditions as set out on the Raw Trails website.
The registration desk at the race start will be open from 08:30 – 09:45 am where race numbers should be collected. Please note race numbers will not be sent out in the post prior to the event.
To collect your number please queue behind the desk dealing with your race. The desks will be marked.
Please allow sufficient time to collect and attach your bib prior to the run.
A limited number of ‘on the day’ entries may be available. All on the day entries must be registered by 9am on a first come first serve basis.
Parking will be via the back of the estate not through the main entrance! Please follow car park signs and take care entering and leaving the estate.
Please note that parking is free.
All cars parked in the car park do so entirely at their own risk and the race organisers or land owners accept no responsibility for any loss or damage to vehicles or valuables parked there.
HQ is situated close to the race start. Registration will take place here and any race queries can be resolved.
Address: Haughley Park, Use postcode: IP14 3JY
Haughley Park is located in central Suffolk just a few minutes from the A14. It is easily accessed from either direction and is close to both Cambridge and Stansted airports, perfect for travelling visitors and guests.
Qualified First Aiders will be on hand at the race head quarters to assist with any emergency injuries. Please note you should seek medical advice from your local GP if you are in any doubt as to your health in competing in this event. The organisation will not be held responsible for any injury, accident, loss or damage that may arise before, during or after the event as a consequence of a competitor’s participation in the race.
If you are injured on the course please speak to one of the marshals who will contact the first aiders.