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Framlingham: Organisers of 10k race call on supporters to ‘fill the streets’ in celebration of 30th anniversary

17:13 14 August 2014

The start of a recent Framlingham 10k race

The start of a recent Framlingham 10k race

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Organisers of a popular running race in east Suffolk are calling for supporters to “fill the streets” in celebration of its 30th anniversary.

The Framlingham 10k returns on Sunday, August 31, featuring senior and junior races, live samba music and food and drink.

Wayne Tilbury-Larter, who is organising this year’s event along with fellow members of the Framlingham Flyers Running Club, is hoping for an extra special turnout to mark the anniversary occasion.

“To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Framlingham 10k we would love to see this year’s race full of faces both from the past and present,” he said.

“Did you compete 30 
years ago? Help us fill the streets, come and support 
your friends and family.

“The Samboomba samba band will be playing and refreshments will be available.”

The senior race starts at 11am, shortly followed by the juniors, with entrants offered a free race T-shirt and memento from the day.

Visit www.framflyers.org.uk to find out more about the event and how to register.

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