The solution - Race from your Place Virtual 5K.
This race is brought to you by Norwich Road Runners in collaboration with Norwich School and the Priscilla Bacon Trust, with a lot of help from Total Race Timing.All proceeds will go to the Priscilla Bacon Hospice appeal to pay for a bed for their new hospice. Cost per entry is £10.
Full details can be found on the flier attached and on the booking site https://totalracetiming.co.uk/race/221).
You can sign up any time this month, then attempt and record your 5k at any point from Wednesday 13th May 2020 and the end of the month.
Before the start date of the race, we will email you a race number you can print out and wear if you wish on the day.
Why not wear your club/school/work top and send us a picture of you starting or finishing your race?
Post your recorded time and we will then process results including age categories, club by club etc. We will post you a medal and email you a race certificate. Results and pictures share will be posted onto our website and our Wroxham Race 5k page
questions please contact one of our race team on
Glyn & Jodie
Club members can submit a photo of item seen on a run beginning with a nominated letter of the alphabet. Covering C W and P thus far. Prizes will be won! I am told mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
or on members Facebook page
The Government’s announcement within the last hour relating to the spread of COVID19 is that everyone in the UK should now avoid "non-essential" travel and social contact with others to fight coronavirus.
In the light of this the committee have taken the decision to cancel all ordinary club nights and activities, starting from tonight( Monday 16/3/2020) until government advice has changed
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter, we will keep you informed of any developments
Congratulations to all 829 runners who completed the 2020 Ringland Half Marathon that starts and finishes at the Roar Dinosaur Park ,taking in a loop of the countryside in the Ringland area. Unlike last year this years race was run in bright clear and dry conditions. Well, dry up above as the course had suffered from the consistent rain during the week and was wet underfoot. When runners approached the mile nine area they had to accept the fact there was no escape and run through a small lake!
The race was won by Michael Eccles of Bure Valley Harriers in a course record breaking time of 01:12:24.7. Dominic Blake of Reepham Runners ( ( 01:14:42,) was second with James Johnson of Norwich Road runners (o1:17:13.1) taking third place. Marie French was first in the female category in a time of 01:24:14.4, Leanne Finch taking second place in in 01:24:49.9. Norwich Road Runners Amy Beck took third place in a time of 01:25:01.2