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Wimpole 10k on 20 May 2018

Simon Cooper of Barr Ellison with CEO Headway Cambridgeshire Austin Willett (left) and giving out prizes to the winners of the Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k (right). The event is run by Hoohaah and is part of a series of runs raising money for Headway Cambridgeshire.

Thank you to the nearly 600 runners who took part in the Hoohaah Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k last Sunday. The event was a sell-out again this year, but you can still take part in the remainder of the year’s Hoohaah events, including:

  • the Hatfield Forest 10k on Sunday 10 June
  • the Wimpole 10-mile run on Sunday 7 October or
  • the Wimpole half-marathon on Sunday 7 October.

This year’s chosen charity is the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust.

Coverage of the Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k in the Cambridge Independent

Coverage of the Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k in the Cambridge Independent in May 2018

The beneficiary of last year’s Hoohaah series was Headway Cambridgeshire for whom they raised over £10,000.  You can also take part in the other 10k runs which form part of the Hoohaah 10K series.  Why not keep fit and help a fantastic local charity to boot!

Thank you!
Barr Ellison extends our sincerest thanks to the hundreds of runners who make their way through the beautiful grounds at Wimpole Estate every year. In previous years, the benefiting charities were The Mind-Ed Trust, the local branch of the NPSCC and East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

Simon Cooper of Barr Ellison with CEO Headway Cambridgeshire Austin Willett (left) and giving out prizes to the winners of the Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k (right). The event is run by Hoohaah and is part of a series of runs raising money for Headway Cambridgeshire.

Simon Cooper of Barr Ellison with CEO Headway Cambridgeshire Austin Willett (left) and giving out prizes to the winners of the Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k (right) in May 2017.

 


The organisers are Hoohaah which was formed to provide quality events to support charities by Hannah Hodgson and Alison Cronk, arising from their shared interests in running and events management.

The Barr Ellison Wimpole 10k route is a multi-terrain course around the picturesque National Trust property, Wimpole Estate. The route includes stretches of footpaths, woodland and meadows. Wimpole is nestled in rolling countryside and some moderate hills form part of the course.

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