HaverHalf

The Haverhill Running Festival 2017 was held on Sunday 9 April. First home was Rick Ebberson in 1 hour 24 minutes 21 seconds, with the first lady across the line Kristy Guneratne in 1 hour 37 inutes 52 seconds. You can view the full results by clicking here

HaverHalf - the JMP Furniture Solutions Half Marathon, returned on Sunday 10 April 2016, with 155 runners completing the 13.1 mile course. Wayne De'Ath was the first runner home on 1 hour 25 minutes 5 seconds, with Ursula Ransom setting a new women's record in 1 hour 34 minutes 54 seconds. You can view the full results by clicking here.


The second HaverHalf - the JMP Furniture Solutions Half Marathon, was held on Sunday 25 October 2015. 103 runners completed the race, with 16 competing in the fun run. 

Adam Howlett won the race in 1 hour 21 minutes, with the first woman home Penny Edwards (pictured below) in 1 hour 40 minutes 31 seconds. Our first fun runner homes was Sam Quick in 10 minutes 58 seconds. You can view the full results by clicking here, and the fun run results by clicking here.

To volunteer to help with HaverHalf - the JMP Furniture Solutions Half Marathon, get in touch with us or alternatively click here.
HaverHalf - Haverhill's first ever half marathon - was held on Sunday 11 May 2014.


Around 175 people took part in the inaugural event. The 13.1 mile race was won by Matthew Slater in 1 hour 21 minutes 30 seconds. West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock also took part to complete his first half marathon. You can view the full results by clicking here.

HaverHalf and Haver10 together raised more than £13,000 for beneficiary St Nicholas Hospice Care. Both races were the subject of a documentary by the Haverhill Man Alive crew.

The events were funded by Sanofi, Real Bodies Health and Fitness, ONE Haverhill, Haverhill Town Council and Suffolk County Councillors Anne Gower, Julian Flood and Tony Brown.

Further support came from Stylize Display Graphics, Tesco Haverhill, Digital Print Shop, GreenAir Cars, OS Communications, Castle Manor Academy and Perform Sports Therapy.

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