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The Hunny Bell Cross Country 2016

Fantastic turn out for this year's X Country at Stody Estate

The sun shone and the runners came in their 100's to participate in this year's Hunny Bell Cross Country at the beautiful Stody Estate, together with many dog walkers and their hounds.

Huge thanks to the participants, volunteers, North Norfolk Beach Runners, Ross and Carol Haddow and the Stody Estate.  Thanks to The Hunny Bell, William H Brown, Bakers & Larners, Structureflex, GJL Animal Feeds and also to Victorian Tearooms and H V Graves.

We introduced chip timing this year and the results and pics were available almost as soon as the race had finished so many thanks to Jon Beverley and his colleague from Total Race Timing.  See the results here.

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We look forward to seeing everyone at next year's race but in the meantime, here are some ways you might like to get involved with Break:-

Golf Day - Royal Cromer 29 April

Breaking Clays - Heydon Hall - 10 June

Lunch on the Green - Clapham & Collinge - 13 July

Bike Event - East Anglia 120, 60, 30, 24 July

Grand Norwich Duck Race - River Wensum - 28 August

Follow us on Facebook, Break Charity and Twitter @breakwriter, for details of up and coming events and the all important date of next year's Cross Country.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Danielle Gravestock, danielle.gravestock@break-charity.org.

If you would like details of how to become a regular giver, please contact Jeni Lawes, jeni.lawes@break-charity.org.

Finally please tell your friends about these events at Stody Estate:-

Stody Lodge Gardens - open to the public in the Spring

Stody Boutique Festival - 22 May

 

 

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