Norwich Santa Run 2019

Norwich Santa Run 2019

08 Dec 2019 10:00 - 08 Dec 2019 13:00
Eaton Park, South Park Avenue, Norwich, NR4 7AU


Name: Norfolk Fundraising office

Phone: 01508 500894

Join us for a festive walk, jog or run around Eaton Park!

We have two options available this year; our popular 2km family Santa fun run and a 5km chip timed Santa run - can you be our fastest Santa of 2019?! 

Prizes available for the quickest Santa’s in three categories in the 5km race and for the best dressed in the family fun run.

The event will take place round the beautiful Eaton Park in Norwich, and will see the park painted red as Santa's set off round the routes. 

For more information: Norwich Santa Run 2019 FAQ's

Free Parking available at Eaton Park & Clare School but please walk or use public transport if possible as parking is limited.

2km - 11am start
5km - 12pm start


Early Bird discounts available until 18/10/2019

2km Family Run - Early Bird Discount Available NOW! 
Adult (16+)
 £12  £10 (inc. Santa suit and medal)
Child  £6 
 £5 (inc. Santa/Elf hat and medal)
Family (2 adults, 2 children) £32 £29 (inc. santa suits for adults/hats for children and medals)

5km Timed Run (12+) - Early Bird Discount Available NOW! 
Affiliated £12 £10 (inc. Santa/elf hat and medal)
Unaffiliated £14  £12 (inc. Santa/elf hat and medal)


Event sponsored by: Oyster Travel

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