Event Partners

We are very grateful to our partners that help make our events possible. Please take time to visit their websites if their services or products interest you.

Stampede Sports

When Hilly Helmet was just a pipe dream, Stampede Sports were there to support, offer advice and lend kit for our first running of the event. Into their third year of  support, their experience and advice have been invaluable in helping our event become a success.

An event company based in West Wiltshire also committed to delivering safe, fun sporting events many of our Helmeteers have enjoyed over the years.

Stark Ecology

Stark Ecology  have been with us from the start completing their third year of supporting our event this year.

Stark Ecology Ltd is an independent ecological consultancy providing services to clients from a range of sectors across south and south-west England and beyond. Whether you are a home-owner looking to secure planning permission for conversion or extension works or a professional in the planning or construction industries, we can provide ecological advice for your project from the outset.

Kyna Software

Kyna Software are another of our backers who have been there from the off. They've been generous with time and money (and patience) to a fault, providing behind the scenes support for results and setting up all the things we don't see or immediately realise are there on race day and we're very grateful for their commitment to help make Hilly Helmet a success.

A software engineering solutions company based in Melksham, they specialise in automotive testing and are diagnostic specialists.

Running Guy

We're delighted to welcome Running Guy back as an event partner for their second year.

Whether you are a hardcore racer, a weekend warrior, or you just love running, you have come to the right place.

Running Guy equipment is of the highest quality with uncompromising standards in design, manufacture and material technology.

Designed for British runners, by British runners, Running Guy delivers you the brilliant running gear you demand, with - at last - a dash of character and colour.....

The West Wilts Magazine

It's great to welcome Wired Publishing West Wilts Magazine back to support us for their second year of involvement with our event.

Theirs is a publication in tune with its' readers, covering local listings and all the events going on each month. As well as that they carry news on some of the region's businesses, interviews with local faces, information on services within the area and seasonally relevant features.

Interest rather than advertiser led and carrying a good variety of interesting items, their objective is to appeal  to readers for a cover to cover read.

Mike Sargeant Dry Stone Walling Services

Mike got in touch with us this week to offer a donation to support our event this year. A keen runner himself, Mike has run Hilly Helmet both previous years, has signed up for the hat trick this year and wanted to give something back.

"It's one of my favourite runs" said Mike. "I enjoy the atmosphere of running with people from all over Wiltshire and the fact it raises so much money for such a good cause. The social after is great too, with the barbeque and bar open."

Mike has also offered to make a further donation of 5% of total bill to Brain Tumour Support for any work he gets in the future as a result of being involved with our event.

Here's Mikes' contact details for your reference. Please mention Hilly Helmet when getting in touch:

Telephone: 07840 122480

Email: drystonewall.uk@gmail.com


Beaver Teeth

Beaver Teeth Services

Owner of Beaver Teeth Services Darren Blenkinsop has joined us as an event partner for his first year. He is also looking forward to running Hilly Helmet for the first time having recently completed a couch to 5k running course down in Plymouth, Devon where he lives. Darren, a member of Tamar Trotters, also recently completed his first ever 10k race, a quite hilly affair, the Ivybridge 10k. Darren is also no stranger to hospital either having been on the same ward in the same hospital as founder Robin-Mark back in 2009 where their friendship was formed during recovery.