The Maverick ARUK Original Suffolk takes trail runners through the Suffolk areas of natural beauty, with an option of three routes.

Join Maverick Races and Alzheimer’s Research UK at the Maverick ARUK Original Suffolk and support vital research to find a cure for dementia.

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If you already have a place in this event but would like to support Alzheimer’s Research UK, we’d love to have you on the team! There’s no minimum sponsorship target and we can provide help and support with your fundraising.


06 April 2024

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Wantisden Hall, Suffolk, IP12 3PQ

Event details

The three Suffolk Trail routes, encompass three National Nature Reserves and many Sites of Special Scientific Interest including the RSPB’s Minsmere Reserve. The mud flats and creeks of the estuaries contain wetland sites that are wildlife refuges for nightjar, woodlark, and rare heath butterflies. So you will be accompanied on your trail run by an abundance of flora and fauna.

Of course, you’ll be rewarded for all your efforts as you cross the finish line to receive a finishers medal and other goodies from Maverick partners.

More Maverick Races

Maverick have chosen some of the most iconic areas that England has to offer for their trail running series, which are all accessible to runners of all levels. With multiple route lengths to choose from in every location, you decide on the challenge!

Their main objective is to get people off the roads and enjoy being outside in the countryside. Having experienced many types of events, from 5km club runs through to ultra-marathons and Ironman Triathlons, they are dedicated to understanding what’s important to you – the runners.

To find more Maverick Trail runs throughout the year that you can take on for Alzheimer’s Research UK, check out their website

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