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The Rich Wigram New Zealand Farming Scholarship (RWNZFS) was set up in 2012 to enable young people over 18yrs to experience dairy farming in New Zealand through a one year work placement. Our aim is to send out 2 candidates per year in June or early July.
The purpose of the charity as stated in the constitution is ’to further the education, knowledge and experience of farming students through a travel scholarship and work placement in the dairy industry in New Zealand, with a particular focus on industry best practice and environmental management.’
The scholarship has been set up in memory of Rich Wigram who tragically died in 2010 as the result of an accident on his farm in NZ at the age of 34. This charity is administered by his family and friends in both the UK and NZ.

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Set up in 2018 without any external funding and operating out of Combe Raleigh Village Hall every Tuesday morning for only £2 a family. The playgroup will be providing a 'Pop Up' tea stall throughout the event, with cakes and tea and coffees available. Runners will be entitled to a hard earned piece of cake and as many hot drinks as they choose after the race. All proceeds from the tea stall will be utilised by the playgroup to help fund the group for the near future.

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Situated immediately beside the village hall is the village primary school for Offwell. The School has kindly offered to serve up a delicious breakfast on the Sunday morning with all proceeds going to help fund the village school.

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The East Devon Round has only been made possible by the help, support, guidance and volunteering of Honiton Running Club. Much of the route has been selected after viewing them for the first time whilst out on club runs

Everyone welcome: People run for a variety of reasons. Many will be good runners who enjoy racing and do lots of training with the aim of improving their performance. Others will run mainly for pleasure and will do the occasional running event. Then there are some who mainly run to stay fit and healthy. However you classify yourself you are welcome to join us. 

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All in the attached map have contributed sponsorship or prizes to the East Devon Round. Press the link to see where they are.

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Loving brewed in the heart of East Devon, you will pass the doorstep of Otter Brewery on the East Devon Round route, just after checkpoint 8. Otter Brewery is well known for championing local charities, and has been on board from the beginning with supporting the East Devon Round and help support Little Critters playgroup.


At The Holt we offer a seasonally changing menu. Based on dishes that we love to cook and eat, rather than a theme or a single concept. The south west offers a great choice of ingredients for us to work with. Where possible We source all our fish from the westcountry (s&j fisheries) , all our meat from copplestone farm (MC kelly) , lovely organic mushrooms (Forest funghi) and local produce and vegetables (Forest produce and A david).
The Holt were very keen to support the East Devon Round from the outset both with prizes and volunteering to make the event a success

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Walk into the inviting interior of Toast Café & Pâtisserie, past the open kitchen with the buzz of busy chefs, and take a seat to enjoy something freshly baked, something from the specials board or choose from our all-day menu.
If the sun is shining or the sky is crisp, keep wandering through into our enchanting garden. If the sun is warm you’ll be sheltered by the vines, and for the cold months, we’ll bring you a blanket to keep you warm.
All our food is freshly made to order and our baking is done in our bakery upstairs. Our coffee, teas and juices are carefully sourced. We look forward to serving you at your table.
Toast have also supported the East Devon Round from the beginning, happy to provide not only prizes but also wanting to volunteer to make the event a success.

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The East Devon Round is very lucky to have support from the ultramarathon store with salomon running vests donated as prizes and discount codes for their website upon entry.

The ultramarathon store's mission is to always try our very best to provide you and all ultra runners with the latest and best trail running / ultra running products, at the best value and with excellent customer service. To keep improving our ultra running store and our service. In addition, to keep on supporting international and UK ultra running including both elite and hobbyist ultra runners, race organisers and ultra-related website owners too. 

Ultramarathon Running Store offers fast dispatch and delivery including guaranteed Next Day / Saturday Next Day options. We have the highest possible Norton secured payment (Extended Validation 'Green Bar' SSL Certificate) that accepts Visa / Mastercard as well as American Express and PayPal. 

We have a 100% no quibble returns policy. Our Email Newsletter provides new product information updates and shop sales / offers, promotions and discounts directly to your inbox. 

Ultramarathon Running Store, sometimes known as UMRS, is a specialist store for ultra runners and those aspiring to run ultra distances. We are based near Milton Keynes in the Buckinghamshire countryside. Our niche range of clothing, gear and equipment is selected for the specific demands and high expectations of ultra distance runners, for long training runs and high mileage racing on the trail, road and track. Each product is chosen based on a useful feature or function that can offer a technical benefit or advantage to an ultra runner. 

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We are lucky to have Ganesha supplying ideal aid station snacks for the East Devon Round. The route takes us past all three of their shops in East Devon at Axminster, Honiton and Sidmouth. Our three wholefood shops offer a comprehensive range of quality health foods at competitive prices: compare the prices of our dried fruit, nuts, seeds, pulses, grains, herbs and spices with just about anyone else!
Local deliveries can be arranged and orders posted further afield by arrangement.
For further information contact us by email at or by phoning any of the shops.

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Exquisite Handcrafted Ice Cream
From The Rolling Devon Hills

Located in Devon in the beautiful Otter Valley & Blackdown Hills, Otter Valley Dairy is a small family business based on our dairy farm, Aplins Farm, now in its fourth generation.

 Our handcrafted artisanal Ice Creams and Sorbets, are only ever made in small batches, based on Italian Gelato. 

We create Ice Cream how it should be; 
Smooth, creamy, full of flavour & irresistibly indulgent.

Using our own milk, along with the finest natural ingredients and handmade ripples, we have flavours to tempt everyones taste buds. From the traditional Madagascan Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry and Honeycomb to the more unusual, Cream Tea, Ginger & Butternut Squash and Seabuckthorn.

Why not visit us at our Summerhouse where you will find a range of 24 flavours.


The Grazing Cow

The Grazing Cow is a Kitchen/Deli serving Breakfast to light lunches to afternoon tea. All food will be homemade and locally sourced around the Devon area. The East Devon Round is very grateful for their support.


Ruby Red Running is very grateful to Chris and Katie Davis and Barry Simmonds of Old Wolford Farm for supporting the race from the beginning and allowing the race to pass through their beautiful farm. The farm features in the race video on the homepage. You are likely to meet Chris and Kate and their 2 wonderful children over the course of the weekend!

Home to a Pedigree Dexter Cattle herd and producers of quality beef grazed on wild flower meadows. Sell locally and into London. Contact Chris Davis on

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East Devon Wines

Immediately after Checkpoint 1 the route takes you past the 3 acre site of Dalwood Vineyard

Dalwood Vineyard was created by a group of six Dalwood villagers. Backed by knowledge gained from a course on vine growing at Plumpton College and a willingness to learn, we planted the first vines in Dalwood Vineyard in 2009, the first acre devoted to seyval blanc.

The following year three more varieties—solaris, madeleine angevine and pinot noir—were planted, giving us a total area of three acres, about 3,000 vines.The site is west to south-west facing on a gentle hill (which will certainly not seem so gentle as part of a 62 mile run!) overlooking the village.

It takes a minimum of four years to the first crop with good conditions so it was not until 2013 that we produced a first crop. This we decided to devote to a sparkling wine. England is gaining a strong international reputation for sparkling wines, regularly seeing off champagnes and other sparklers in competitions. So why not Dalwood?

Ruby Red Running is very grateful for the prizes donated by Dalwood Vineyard for the East Devon Round

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Axe Vale & District Conservation Society help Natural England at the Lyme Regis to Axmouth Undercliffs NNR, and East Devon District Council at several Local Nature Reserves, including Seaton Marshes including Colyford Common as well as Holyford Woods - All of which the East Devon Round round takes you through

Local Reserves

This link will take you to all East Devon’s Local Nature Reserves:

Seaton Wetlands Local Nature Reserve

Holyford Woods Local Nature Reserve

Holyford Woods is a beautiful woodland, nestled in a picturesque valley near Seaton.  In the spring the woodland floor is carpeted in bluebells and the air is filled with the aroma of wild garlic. Oak, ash and hazel abound at Holyford and birds nest in holes in trees, bats roost in handy crevices and tangled roots can provide nest sites for weasels and wood mice. A goyle, or sunken stream runs through the heart of the woodland, feeding the Stafford Brook which runs into the Axe estuary at the nearby Colyford Common.

The East Devon Round is pleased to be a member of the society and support its' ongoing work.

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Bodyworx will be offering post event massages on the  Saturday evening and Sunday morning, with donations going to the 2 causes the East Devon Round supports - Offwell Village Primary School and Combe Raleigh playgroup

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The East Devon Round has paired up with to provide specific 16 week online ultra training programs. Upon entry to the race you will be provided with a 15% discount (Usual price £90)

Not only is Holly a former GB marathon runner, she has also run UTMB, is the Asics Frontrunner Community Manager, and has a masters in Sports Coaching.

Pete is a British record holder powerlifter, top ten marathon runner, strength and conditioning coach, ultra runner, and last year completed the brutal Oner along the Jurassic coast.  

Between them they have 25 years coaching experience

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