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Run Reigate Half Marathon

Reigate,Surrey

38-40 Bell St, Reigate RH2 7BA, UK

Sun 20th September 2015

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The second adidas Run Reigate Half Marathon kicks off from the unique setting of Priory Park in the historic market town of Reigate. A beautiful, scenic and (mostly) flat route which will delight you, challenge you and really showcase Reigate and its fabulous surroundings.

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