Events

Frostbite Series
Eikeden Relay
a series of winter friendlies across the region for clubs to enter and compete against other local clubs.A 26.2 mile race will be run by teams of six as a relay. Legs: 1 x 7.2km, 3 x 5km and 2 x 10km. Club teams and social and business teams are all welcome and there will be prizes in both categories.
Round Norfolk Relay
Hereward Relay
a staggered race of 17 legs, this race tours Norfolk over a 24 hour period and tests the stamina and abilities of teams. The Round Norfolk Relay is one of our favourite relays of the year, not only for the running but for the unique team spirit, superb views and race atmosphere.Participation by invite only, the Hereward relay was first run in 1998 when 14 teams took part. The race starts in Peterborough and follows (as far as possible) the Hereward Way for over 38 miles to Ely crossing over bridleways, fields, bridges and tracks. Teams consist of four members who each run one stage.
Green Wheel Relay
Thorney Fun Run
The relay is a seven stage race starting and finishing at The Athletics Arena, Bishops Road, Peterborough. The total distance is Fifty miles and follows the outline of the Green Wheel.The Fun Run is a 3k Race done over 3 laps around Thorney park. There are two races each year, held in March and August. The race is open to all age runners and you do not need to be a member of a running club to enter.
Thorney 5k
Thorney 10k
The Thorney 5k run is part of the Peterborough Grand Prix series, in which 5 clubs host a race on a Wednesday evening between June and August. Unusually, places are not determined by age groups but by overall position.Thorney 10k is one of our flagship races and is held in the village during March. Our race is organised and administered from Bedford Hall, widely seen as the base for Thorney Running Club. The race is a road race that takes runners through the length of the village, out into the back roads and back again.
Thorney 5mile
The Thorney 5 mile race is our August race held from the Bedford Hall each year. Like our 10k race in March, this is a road race covering the length of the village whilst we close the road off to traffic. Chip timing means entrants can be guaranteed an accurate run time in a race full of good spirit, friendly support and good race ethics.