Entries are now open for the Haverhill Festival of Running on Sunday 15 March! You can get full details and enter by clicking here.

Some 411 runners completed their choice of marathon, 10k, fun run, or HaverHalf - the JMP Furniture Half Marathon on Sunday 7 April when Haverhill Runs - the Phoenix Events East Running Festival returned.

Haverhill Runs - the A-Plan Insurance Running Festival 2018 was held on Sunday 11 March in aid of West Suffolk Hospital's My WiSH charity. Andrew Mynott was the first to successfully traverse the muddy Haver10 course in 36 minutes 46 seconds, with Janet Lipski the first woman to cross the finish line in 47 minutes 15 seconds. You can view the full results from the races by clicking here.

The Haverhill Running Festival 2017 was held on Sunday 9 April. Brian Corleys was first home in 35 minutes 49 seconds, with the first lady Marianne Naylor in 41 minutes 37 seconds. You can view the full results by clicking here

Haver10 - the Kevin Henry 10k returned on Sunday 10 April 2016. Some 143 runners completed the new course, with Tom Eames setting the record in 35 minutes 57 seconds and Fiona Halls the first lady round in 46 minutes 16 seconds. You can view the full results here.

You can view the current route map by clicking here.

Haver10 was held for the first time on Sunday 11 May 2014.

Haver10 - the Sanofi 10k, returned on Sunday 12 April 2015, coupled with the inaugural fun run.

205 runners signed up to take part to raise money for St Nicholas Hospice Care at the event, which was held at Haverhill Leisure Centre.

Chris Darling set the course record of 32 minutes 39 seconds, with the women's record set by Tamara Jordon in 38 minutes 2 seconds.

You can view the full results by clicking here. You can order your race pictures by clicking here.

In 2014 some 185 runners took part in this inaugural event, which was won by Andrew Mynott in 33 minutes 52 seconds. 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.