Nordic Walking

Good news we are back Nordic Walking in groups and teaching! We are committed to ensuring our Nordic Walks are safe and working within the UK Government guidelines.

We are running regular introductory courses so get in touch and let us get you started.

Once you have completed the introductory sessions you can join our regular Nordic Walking activities.


Good News, again we are back! We are committed to ensuring our events are safe and working within the UK Government guidelines

Over the next few weeks, we will be updating our website as we firm up the details of our events. Some changes may be required to ensure that they are both safe and enjoyable.

Thank you for bearing with us.

Kevin and Team

Upcoming Events


Bury to Clare Challenge 2021

9 May 2021

A linear 18 mile run or walk, in support of St Nicholas Hospice Care from Bury St Edmunds to Clare. A route over the gently undulating countryside of West Suffolk.

The route will be marked. The challenge is to complete the challenge within 8 hrs.

All finishers will receive a medal to mark their achievement. The medal is based on artwork titled night and day by Surinder Wardboys which is displayed in the hospice chapel.

Includes option to complete this as a relay for teams of up to three.

Distance: 18 miles

Suitable for: Anyone.

Medals: All finishers will receive a bespoke medal to mark their achievement.

Places available: <10

Ultra Marathon

Norfolk 100km 2021

5 Jun 2021

After a loop around Castle Acre the route follows the Peddars Way to the coast at Holme next-the-Sea, before following the coastal path all the way to Sheringham and the finish at Beeston Hall School.

There will be a 16 hour time limit – all competitors finishing by 11 pm.

Race forms part of Positive Steps Grand Slam. The other races are Kings Forest 50 km and Peddars Way Ultra. All three events must be completed in any order in a 12 month period to be awarded the Grand Slam tankard.

Distance: 100km

Suitable for: Experienced marathon runners.

Medals: Specially commissioned medal to all finishers

Places available: 150


Marriott’s Way Trail Marathon and Half Marathon 2021

20 Jun 2021

Update - there are places available!

However we have had to make changes to the route for 2021. Both the Half and the Marathon will start and finish at WHITWELL & REEPHAM STATION NR10 4GA

The Marathon follows the Marriott’s Way towards Aylsham, where you will turn around and return to Whitwell & Reepham Station.

The Half Marathon follows the Marriott's Way towards Norwich at half way you will turn and return to Whitwell and Reepham Station.

We apologises that this is not the full linier event of previous years, we hope to return to that format in 2022.

Runners of all abilities welcome, including complete beginners. Walkers also welcome too.

Traffic free courses on disused railway line. A team of East Anglia Air Ambulance volunteers will be joining the support crew. £5 of your entry fee will be donated to the EAAA.

All finishers will be awarded a bespoke medal.

Distance: 13.1 or 26.2 miles approx.

Suitable for: Runners of all abilities are welcome including complete beginners. Walkers are also welcome.

Medals: All finishers will be awarded a bespoke medal.

Places available: 121


"I’m on my way back to Reading via train, but I just wanted to thank you for another brilliant marathon!
The course was well marked, the check points were well stocked with water, snacks and squash and the marshals were very friendly and supportive.
Please, pass my thanks and praise to everyone involved at today’s race.

Costas - Kings Forest Marathon 2019

"Hello Kevin glad your event was successful, Barbara Dave & Daphne enjoyed volunteering, we did the easy bit.
We would be very happy to help on future events

Best wishes,
Barbara Dave & Daphne volunteers EAAA

Barbara Dave & Daphne volunteers EAAA Marriott' 2019

"A huge thank you to you and the team for a great day.

The route marking was spot on, the food and drink brill and such an great atmosphere at the end.

My homing instinct carried on even after I finished; until, in fact I was back in Stow soaking in a hot bath!

All the best,

Jakki Bury to Clare 2019

"Thank for for an awesome day out today at the Norfolk 100. Fabulous route- even the miserably hard bits had good things about them! Truly wonderful volunteers at every aid station as well as at registration & the finish. And I ran with some amazing and inspirational people today. Oh yes, and I saw so many acts of kindness and camaraderie between runners.
It was a privilege to be a part of this race and my life has been made so much richer for it. Thank you so much."

Sinead Bradbeer‎