Exeter's Great West Run is delighted to say that we have a great team of local, regional an national businesses, charities and organisations involved in this years' event, and we are continuing to build partnerships to help make the 2021 event bigger and better than ever before. Our official sponsors and partners help us create and experience that is special for all who are involved and taking part. 


 Here, you can find out a little more about the great people and businesses that are helping us to deliver this fantastic event and we ask that you support them in return.

If you would like your business to become an official partner of Exeter's Great West Run, please get in touch by emailing sports@wmpcreative.com




Marsh Kia Exeter is an approved dealer of Kia motor vehicles providing both new car & used car sales through our Kia dealership in Exeter. Having supplied Devon with Kia vehicles for the past 10 years we have developed unrivalled experience in the dealership.


Our skilled and experienced workforce is able to deliver our customers a first class aftersales service by providing MOT, services & repairs, whilst also providing genuine Kia manufacturer parts. Our Kia dealerships also offer help and advice on the best available finance options as well as offering solutions to business users whether you are looking for a personal contract purchase, hire purchase or contract hire.


Feel free to visit our Kia dealership in Exeter where our experienced, fully trained and friendly staff members will be able to assist your every need.



Nuffield Health is one of the leading not-for-profit UK healthcare organisations, looking after people for more than 60 years. Today, we run a network of hospitals, medical clinics, fitness and wellbeing clubs and diagnostic units across the UK. We also support businesses in looking after their employees by operating their fitness and wellbeing facilities services.


Through our experts, we link our sites and services up to offer connected healthcare provision, including nutritional therapy, emotional wellbeing, occupational health, comprehensive health assessments, and personal training and hospital treatments. We also offer access to the largest network of physiotherapists outside of the NHS.


As a trading charity,  we invest all our income back into running and developing our health and wellbeing sites and services and pioneering new models of care and delivery so that more people can benefit. Just over 94% of our hospitals have been rated good or outstanding by independent regulators.

Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital is a state-of-the-art hospital conveniently located just minutes from Exeter city centre. Our dedicated staff and consultants offer rapid access to expert treatment and personalised care. We offer a full range of medical specialties including cardiology and orthopaedic surgery, building on Exeter’s international reputation in the field. Some of the UK’s top orthopaedic surgeons practise with us, providing the very best care to those undergoing hip, knee, spinal, shoulder or foot and ankle operations.

Paul Taylor, Director of Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital said, “We’re excited to offer our support to runners in the lead up to and at the Great West Run. One of our charitable aims is to support and improve people’s health and wellbeing so we’re absolutely delighted to be a partner in this fantastic occasion for Exeter and the South West. Good luck to everyone with their training and see you on the 23 May”




BBC Radio Devon is one of the BBC’s biggest local radio stations, broadcasting a mix of local news, information, conversation, music and entertainment, reflecting life in the county. 

We love the quality of life we all enjoy in Devon and regularly take our programmes out of the studio and into the community. We’re proud of our loyal family of listeners who frequently appear on air to share their ideas, passions and views.

BBC Radio Devon is proud to part of Exeter’s Great West Run.  We are the official commentary station of local sport with commentaries on Exeter and Plymouth Argyle games, plus live coverage of Exeter Chiefs Rugby and news about lots of other sporting activities.

Contact emma.clements@bbc.co.uk to get involved and find out how your community or group can be part BBC Radio Devon



This year WMP Events is partnering with what3words. what3words is the easiest way to talk about location. They have divided the world up into a grid of 3x3 meters squared and given each one a unique three-word address made up from words in the dictionary, which is all the information you need to refer back to that location. These 'three-word addresses' look like ///filled.count.soap which is the front of the what3words office in London. These addresses will indicate the real-world location of way-markers for this event and are a very useful way to report a medical incident to staff. Over 75% of emergency services use what3words to help them locate those in need. So for this event, we suggest that you download the app and make yourself familiar with it so you can easily find way markers or report incidents.


Trees Not Tees are part of The Future Forest Company, a UK-based sustainable reforestation project focused on the regeneration at scale of degraded land in the UK, typically working with races to offer the option of planting a tree overtaking another race t-shirt. Planting a tree is one of the very best things you can do for the environment – they suck excess carbon dioxide out of the air, they provide a home for a huge number of species and they give us clean air to breathe. Importantly, Trees not Tees follow an ethos of planting the right tree in the right place, ensuring forests are restored with a mixture of native tree species, such as oak, alder, birch and rowan. Choosing to plant a tree not only contributes to the planting of a whole new forest in the UK it also means that one less T-shirt is produced, Fast fashion is one of the worst polluters and contributors to climate change, and Trees Not Tees enables you to make a greener choice instead. At WMP we have gone a step further and will be planting a tree for every single participant in our races moving forward, which if we reach capacity will see 9,000 trees planted each year here in the UK. Each participant will receive a personalised e-certificate of their tree after the race, including the species, a photo of the sapling and what3words location to see the precise location of their tree.