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Ensors teams up with Ipswich Building Society to back 2018 Twilight 10K Road Race

PUBLISHED: 12:46 21 December 2017

From left, Carl Ashton, race director, Fiona Hotston Moore, partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants, and Richard Norrington, Ipswich Building Society chief executive officer limber up for the 2018 Twilight 10K Road Race.

From left, Carl Ashton, race director, Fiona Hotston Moore, partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants, and Richard Norrington, Ipswich Building Society chief executive officer limber up for the 2018 Twilight 10K Road Race.

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Ipswich Building Society has welcomed back regional accountancy firm Ensors as the official T-shirt sponsor for the 2018 Twilight 10K Road Race.

The event, being organised by Ipswich JAFFA Running Club in association with Ipswich Borough Council, Ipswich Building Society and Suffolk New College, takes place on August 3 next year with a start time of 7pm - challenging runners to beat the sunset.

Entries are now open, with the first 1,000 runners to sign up receiving a free official T-shirt. The route follows a flat course, suitable for runners of all abilities, starting and finishing outside Suffolk New College in Rope Walk, Ipswich, and taking in a number of iconic locations around the town including the Willis Building and Giles Circus.

The event includes 5,000 metres race for elite runners able to complete the distance in 20 minutes (men) or 22 minutes (women), with cash prizes to the top athletes, as well as the mass participation run of 10,000 metres.

For further details, visit www.ipswichtwilightraces.com.

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