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New Dates! National Running Show South

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Following the unveiling of the Prime Minister’s roadmap out of lockdown Raccoon Events are delighted to share that they are moving the National Running Show South to Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 July 2021!

The event will take place at Farnborough International and is set to welcome runners of all abilities for a packed weekend of inspiration, kit, tech and connection.

Mike Seaman, CEO at Raccoon Events: “I am delighted that the government have recognised the importance of events and have delivered a clear plan for large scale events to resume safely in the summer. Thank you to the entire running community for supporting us throughout the last year, we are incredibly grateful and I am beyond excited about seeing you all in July!” 

Originally due to take place 5 – 6 June 2021, the event has been moved by six weeks to follow the date line for the easing of all restrictions set out by Government on Tuesday 22 February 2021.

Find out more here. https://nationalrunningshow.com/south

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