The final day of Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend is usually situated in the fast growing town of Burgess Hill!
Burgess Hill is a town and civil parish located in the Mid Sussex District of West Sussex, England, close to the border with East Sussex, on the edge of the South Downs National Park.
This year, you may not be able to run The Burgess Hill 10K but can still complete the event virtually and will be awarded the Burgess Hill Medal for completing either a 10 K or 5 K. Alternatively, you might like to try the 1 Mile or the 1K Family Fun Run!
Complete the distance in any location near to you, or even at home if you can’t go out. You can run, walk, skip or cycle your chosen distance!
The choice is yours!
Earn your quality medal, raise money for your chosen charity, get outdoors and challenge yourself!
Sign up now, you have until 28th June 2020 to enter and until 1st July 2020 to complete your distance!
If you live in the Burgess Hill area, here’s a few suggestions for local places to run and walk;
- Batchelors Farm and West Park Reserve
- Bedelands Nature Reserve
- Ditchling Common Country Park (Just east of the town)
- St Johns Park located in the town centre
- South Downs National Park
Before setting off, do check they are open and remember to follow the latest government advice to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Take a look back at our photo’s from last years events!