This year will see a 12 strong team from Milsom Hotels & Restaurants enter the annual Dedham 10k Run, raising money for a good cause in the process.

We’re running in support of Bowel Cancer UK and are hoping to raise as much as we can for this worthwhile charity.  Paul Milsom vowed that he would never run the 10k again but has been persuaded out of retirement for one last time.  He will be joined by sons Charlie and Jack, as well as Dan Barber, Sue Tasker, Gillian Plant, Pav Watson, Sarah Purkis, Stevie Robson, Chloe Rhodes, Alex Carr and Gwenny Harding-Hider.

This year’s Dedham Run will take place on Sunday 17th September and if you’d like to support ‘Team Dedham’ here is a link to their Just Giving page

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The Collection


Maison Talbooth

01206 322367

A luxury boutique hotel in Essex, looking out across Constable’s Countryside and Dedham Vale.

  • 12 uniquely designed bedrooms
  • Heated outdoor pool
  • The Treatment Rooms day spa

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Le Talbooth

01206 323150

Great food and great service at this stunning restaurant beside the River Stour.

  • Riverside terrace and lawn
  • Outdoor marquee perfect for weddings
  • Private dining options available

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The Pier

01255 241212

Visit our hotel and restaurants by the coast for something a little different.

  • 14 individual bedrooms
  • All-day dining in the bar brasserie
  • Fresh sea food caught daily

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Milsoms

01206 322795

Escape from the bustle and relax at this charming hotel with bar, restaurant, lounge and terrace.

  • 15 quiet and relaxing bedrooms
  • Bar and restaurant with all-day dining
  • Two great spaces for meetings or private dining

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Kesgrave Hall

01473 333741

Charming hotel and restaurant set in beautiful grounds in the heart of Suffolk.

  • 23 en-suite bedrooms
  • Relaxed brasserie – open all day
  • Premier event venue The Hangar

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