RunFestRun 2022 tickets go on-sale today! - Women's Running

RunFestRun 2022 tickets go on-sale today!

Author: Kate Sellers

Read Time:   |  December 1, 2021

Planning our running events for next year is our favourite thing to do in the winter – and RunFestRun 2022 is a great one to pop in your calendar

Road, trail and family runs. Paula Radcliffe. Silent discos. What do these three things have in common? You can find them all at RunFestRun next year!

We love RunFestRun. It’s an incredible running festival set in the Berkshire countryside that brings runners from all over the country together. You run together, get inspired together, and relax together. There’s tips for pro runners, guided runs if you’re just getting started, and fun for all the family with relay races and activities.

It’s back on the 20th-22nd May 2022, and tickets go on-sale today – we can’t wait to add it to our running event calendar. You can go for the day, for the weekend and you can even camp if you’re feeling adventurous – you might even spot some of us from Team WR in the queue for the campsite loos!

If you want to know more, you can find all kinds of information on the RunFestRun 2022 website. You can also buy your ticket here.

Want more dates for your diary? Keep up to date with our running event news!

Written by

Kate Sellers

Kate Sellers

Kate is our Senior Digital Executive and a keen runner. She's also a qualified Personal Trainer and yoga teacher, so she knows her stuff about workouts, cross-training and stretching. She loves to combine running and exploring, so you'll often find her testing out the latest kit in exciting locations across the UK and beyond. Kate champions exercising for enjoyment. "Most of the year, you'll find me running for fun and wellbeing," she says. "That being said, I do still love the thrill of training for a race from time to time!"

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