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Ryde Harriers Race Raffle

Ryde Harriers are celebrating the 68th Isle of Marathon, by giving away to all HRRL clubs one free race entry to each of the following races.


  • 68th Isle of Wight Marathon – Sun 6th October 2024

  • Brading 10km – Sun 2nd June 2024

  • West Wight Three Hills (8 Miles Multi-Terrain) – Mon 1st April 2024

  • Newport to Ryde (7 Miles Multi-Terrain) – Sat 30th March 2024


Information on the events can be found on the Ryde Harriers website https://www.rydeharriers.co.uk/races/


The club have decided to raffle these places to our members with proceeds going to our club charity The Flutterby Fund

How is works -


Each £1 you donate will give you one ticket. There will be a separate draw for each event with one ticket drawn to be the winner. You can spread your tickets how ever you like, for example donating £8 and having two entries in each event. There is no limit to how many tickets you enter.


Please be award that rules for GiftAid means you cannot claim for this when entering a raffle. Please do not add GiftAid when donating for this raffle.


To donate/enter go to the Flutterby just giving page (This is the same page we used for the Christmas Panto Run)



Let us know by emailing captain@tottonrunningclub.co.uk which draw or draws you want to put your ticket/tickets into. If you wish to keep your donation or entry private please let us know.


Each £1 entry will be assigned a number and Google random number generator used to pick the winning number. The draw will take place on at the end of February exact date TBC. We will then provide the winner with a code to use to enter the event.


Some interesting history of the Isle of Wight Marathon


On 6th October 2024 Ryde Harriers will be hosting the 68th Isle of Wight Marathon. This will not just be the 68th continuously running of the Isle of Wight Marathon, making it the longest running (and one of the first to be held) in the U.K. but it is also the 60th anniversary of Dale Greig's groundbreaking run in 1964, setting a women’s world record (recognised by ARRS) of 3:27:25, and was the first woman in the world to run under 3:30:00 for a Marathon.


This race in 1964 was the first EVER Marathon by a woman on a properly measured (and certified) course under racing conditions - which means that it was officially timed, marshalled, and recorded, with checks every 5 miles to ensure the course was run. Previous very worthy runs satisfied none of these conditions.



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