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Get fit and celebrate English Wine Week at the Dedham Vale Vines Run, a unique race with wine tastings along the route!

A beautiful multi-terrain 5k or 10k course through the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the race is mostly on soft trail with some quiet country road sections. The course begins and ends at Dedham Vale Vineyard with wine tastings along the way and a glass of wine to toast your success at the finish line (included in entry fee). All abilities are welcome to take part and run or walk the route.

Family and supporters can cheer the runners home at a barbecue and won’t miss out on wine, with free English wine tastings available at the Vineyard Shop.

For Daisy & DIPG

We're supporting Daisy & DIPG Brain Cancer Research, a local group set up in memory of seven year old Daisy Brooks who died of the disease in 2014. The charity raises much needed funds to pioneer brain cancer treatments through Funding Neuro research projects.  Ten fundraising runners will be taking part, plus on the day there will be fun for all the family beside the lake and a Kids' Fun Run for Daisy & DIPG in the afternoon. 

Book your tickets & buy a Daisy & DIPG T-shirt - the ultimate in running chic.  All proceeds from T-shirts are donated directly to Funding Neuro.

**TICKETS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT**

The race starts at  10am.  Race info will be e-mailed shortly before the date.
Please note the Dedham Vale Vines Race has a minimum age of 18 years.  It is held under UK Athletics Rules.  Application for a TRA Permit has been submitted.

Our Kids' Fun Run for Daisy & DIPG is also held on Saturday 3rd June at 2pm.  Click here for more info...

Calling all non-runners!
If you're available to marshal on the route, let us know!  We're seeking volunteers to help out by manning our water and wine stops along the route.  It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it...!  E-mail [email protected] to get involved.  As a thank you, all volunteers will receive a bottle of DV Wine.

 

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