Logos released for Haverhill races

HaverHalf logo by designed by Castle Manor Academy student Thomas Claydon and refined by Stylize Design Graphics

HaverHalf logo by designed by Castle Manor Academy student Thomas Claydon and refined by Stylize Design Graphics


The refined logos for the inaugural HaverHalf and Haver10 races have been released.

Castle Manor Academy student Thomas Claydon was triumphant in designing the logo, which has subsequently been refined and digitalised by race sponsor Stylize Display Graphics.

Race director Jack Tappin said: “I’m really pleased with the design as it shows off one of Haverhill’s iconic structures and clearly shows what the event is all about.

“It was tough to choose as there were a good number of innovative and eye catching designs.”

The logos were also judged by Suffolk County Councillors Anne Gower and Tony Brown, Real Bodies Health and Fitness, Sanofi, Stylize Display Graphics, Castle Manor, GreenAir Cars and Matthew Hancock MP.

Haverhill Town Council and Cllr Julian Flood were invited to vote but did not get their votes in on time.

HaverHalf and Haver10 will be held on May 11, setting off at 9.30am from the recreation ground in Camps Road.

Entry is £16 for HaverHalf (£14 for affiliated club runners) and £12 for Haver10 (£10 for affiliated club runners).

Entry costs rise by £2 on the day.

Entry is free if you raise £100 – pay the entry fee and then submit the amount raised minus that fee.

Entry can be made at entrycentral.com/haverhalf or by collecting a form Haverhill Arts Centre, Haverhill Leisure Centre, and Sanofi (Genzyme) reception in Rookwood Way.

Alternatively you can request a form.

There will be trophies and premium goody bags for first, second and third, first over 40, first over 60 (both male and female, both races), most sponsorship raised and fastest average team time.

All finishers will get goody bags and medals.

T shirts featuring the logo are available for £10.

All money raised goes to St Nicholas Hospice Care.

The event has been made possible thanks to funding from Sanofi (Genzyme), Real Bodies Health and Fitness, Haverhill Town Council and Suffolk County Councillors Anne Gower, Tony Brown and Julian Flood.

Other sponsors and supporters are Stylize Display Graphics, GreenAir Cars, Perform Sports Therapy and Castle Manor Academy.

For all the latest news see Thursday’s (February 13) Echo.




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