We have been so excited to bring you a bigger and better RunFestRun this year and the support from the running community and industry has been fantastic. However, there have been unforeseen factors in the wider market resulting in challenges across the supporting infrastructure and in participants being more cautious. In light of these combined factors, we have come to the difficult decision that RunFestRun will not go ahead at Englefield House in May 2022.
We know this is disappointing news for everyone hoping to take part in the event. Be assured that we are exploring new ways to bring our wonderful community together again in the near future. In the meantime, we will be contacting all ticket holders with more information, as well as details on refunds, in the next few days.
It is with a heavy heart that we must announce the cancellation of RunFestRun 2022.
We know this is disappointing news for everyone hoping to take part in the event. Be assured that we are exploring new ways to bring our wonderful community together again in the near future!
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