The Essex Way is a relay race covering 82 miles from Epping Station to Harwich Old Lighthouse. The route is mostly cross country and run in 10 stages of between about 5 and 12 miles across all sorts of terrain – woods, footpaths, through crops and across ploughed fields.
It is a fabulous run through rural Essex attracting an increasing number of teams from local clubs and clubs from further afield. The course is NOT marked and it is essential for all competitors to download and print instructions from the Essex Way website, recce their section before the day or run with someone who is familiar with it.
To avoid getting lost, please don’t follow the runners in front. We know this from experience 😊.
In 2018 Billericay Striders entered 3 full teams and some additional runners. We would like to match this in 2019.
It is not essential that you complete a stage in any given time. The Essex Way is for social as well as competitive runners. The next stage will start before some runners have completed the one before.
We will have a post-run social in the Blue Boar in Billericay.
Please see the latest details on who is running each stage below
If you have any queries please contact Jane Elgar, Colin White or Jo Ling or email firstname.lastname@example.org