The event, launched by HaverSports in 2014, raises money for local good causes, with this year’s beneficiary charity being Bury Town Pastors.
Jack Tappin, director at HaverSports, said: “It was really great to see hundreds of runners competing and getting active in Bury St Edmunds at the St Eds’ Running Festival. The event attracted a wide range of participants from young and old to veteran runners and new beginners, all enjoying a run around the jewel in the crown of Suffolk.
“I want to say a huge thank you to all the runners, our beneficiary charity Bury Town Pastors and our sponsors, including Taylor Wimpey, who all made this event possible.”
Caroline Carter, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey East Anglia, said: “Supporting local community events such as the St Eds’ Running Festival is really important to us at Taylor Wimpey, especially when it encourages locals to get active whilst also raising money for local charities. We’re delighted to see that the event was a huge success and we’re so proud to have sponsored the very first ‘Taylor Wimpey Half Marathon’ at the festival.”
To find out more about the good causes that Taylor Wimpey support, please visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/media-centre/news.
Pictured top are runners taking part in the Taylor Wimpey Half Marathon.