Our festive themed ‘Let it Stow’ Half Trail Marathon returns on Sunday 20th December 2020, utilising well trodden footpaths to offer idyllic views of Stowmarket Town and the beautiful mid-suffolk countryside.
Add some festive cheer to your race diary with this relaxed and friendly race. Spot prizes for best festive attire!
Race 2 of our Suffolk Winter Trail Series.
Please note this is a cupless race. Fresh drinking water will be available for you to refill your bottles at the start, / finish but no cups will be provided. This is to reduce single use waste.
Race Start Location:
Chilton Fields Social Club, Chilton Way, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 1SZ
Additional Parking is available at The Kingsfield Centre, Chilton Way, Stowmarket IP14 1SZ just a short 5 minute walk away.
Please note: 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.
The registration desk at the race start will be open from 09:45 am where race numbers should be collected up until 10am. Please note race numbers will not be sent out in the post prior to the event.
Please allow sufficient time to collect and attach your bib prior to your run.
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.
|In order to provide a covid-secure race environment and eliminate risk of transmission for our participants and team, we are required to implement a few safety measures which we’ve outlined below, they include;
Whilst these safety measures are far from ideal, we hope you understand they are necessary for the time being.
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 call the Race Director on 07585119308 who will arrange assistance.