Runners take on annual Framlingham 10k road race

PUBLISHED: 18:00 04 September 2016 | UPDATED: 18:00 04 September 2016

10K Run on Sunday morning in Framlingham 4/9/2016

10K Run on Sunday morning in Framlingham 4/9/2016

Around 350 people took part in the annual Framlingham 10k on Sunday.

The road race started at Framlingham Sports Club in Badingham Road and took in roads including Market Hill and Bridge Street.

Framlingham pop star Ed Sheeran was on hand to congratulate runners at the end of the race.

Ricky Peacher, secretary of the Framlingham Flyers Running Club, said: “It was another great event which brought together the running community.”


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