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Story added: 11th July 2019

What's happening at the Race village?

Run Norwich is not just about the running, it’s about the atmosphere.

The scenes in the Race Village afterwards are always memorable, as joyful runners proudly show off their medals, while enjoying the music, food and drink that the Village provides. Not to mention a well-earned massage.

So what’s on offer this year in the Race Village?

Food

Our food vendors include:

Cafe2U, Farriers Refreshments, Ronaldo’s Ice Cream, Swash Nosh, and Anne’s Pantry.

Free beer

Race supporters Adnams have kindly supplied a free Ghost Ship 0.5% for every runner. You can claim yours after the race by presenting the voucher in your goody bag.

Music

An upbeat playlist will be rocking the Race Village as always, with the kind support of Heart FM.

Massages

Physio and soft tissue therapy will be provided by a team from Recover Physio. The rub-downs are free, but donations are always appreciated.

Baggage areas

The baggage trailers are all located inside the Race Village. They’ll be open from 8am to 12pm, and will be colour coded in accordance with your race number. Please see the race information section on page 18.

Activity area

The activity area will host a number of exciting experiences and games for all to enjoy – including rock climbing and children’s archery.

Buy official race merchandise

We will have a limited stock of Run Norwich official t-shirts and vests to purchase as a souvenir of race day. You can also collect your pre-purchased merchandise if you missed us at the Expo.

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