Barrow parkrun 349

Barrow parkrun 349

This weeks parkrun celebrated two double centurion runs for Donna Spiers and Jeff Crosthwaite, whilst this isn't a milestone that is rewarded with a T-shirt, it is regarding as a major achievement.  Both Jeff and Donna took part in the first Barrow parkrun on 24th September 2011.

We also celebrated the 9th birthday of one of our marshals, Poppy Ashton.  Hope you had a lovely birthday. There was plenty of cakes and biscuits to celebrate both events at the cafe after the run where we all meet for a chat in the sunshine.

Tourists descended on us from near and far on Saturday as we welcomed people from Rushcliffe, London and Sydney Australia.  We hope you loved our undulating course and we hope to see you again.

Don't forget, date for your diary- Saturday 28th July Purple parkrun day.

Male Placings

1st - Ryan Everett - 18.06

2nd - Alex Beddoes  - 19.01

3rd - Dave Harker - 20.00

Ladies Placings

1st - Janice Callister - 22.24

2nd - Heather Travis - 22.26

3rd - Karen Maggio-Poyntz - 23.17

This week 186 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 16 were first timers and 23 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 10 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:

David FARISH • Donna BATES • David SPENCER • Michael COOK • Louise COOK • David SHAW • Justin BATES • Patricia NEWBY • Diane BRADSHAW • Sarah CUBISS • Dawn WILD • John SHERWEN • John WEARING • Fred BAGLEY • Amy SINGLETON • Owen BAXENDALE • Sian LITTLEMORE • Michele ASHTON • Tom MORTLOCK-JACKSON • Brian LEECE • Keith HERBERT

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Barrow parkrun Results Page.

The female record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded a time of 16:24 on 21st January 2012 (event number 17).
The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:12 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 206).
The Age Grade course record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded 90.24% (16:24) on 21st January 2012 (event number 17).

Barrow parkrun started on 24th September 2011. Since then 4,030 participants have completed 42,984 parkruns covering a total distance of 214,920 km, including 7,313 new Personal Bests.

We welcome children at parkrun. Please note that those under the age of 11 must be within arm's reach of a parent, guardian or designated adult of the parents' choice whilst attending 5k parkrun events. It must also be ensured that children place themselves appropriately at the start so as to prevent a situation where they are being repeatedly overtaken. This is to ensure the safety of your child.

See you all soon

Mike & Louise Cook

 

 

 

 

 

Barrow parkrun 348

Barrow parkrun 348

There was a sea of red and white this morning as Barrow parkrunners supported England before their upcoming match against Sweden.  Well done to all our parkrunner in the heat, and to England on a brilliant win.

This morning saw milestone runs for : Linda Croud and Sally and Simon Barton, who completed their 50th parkrun.  John Wearing completed his 100th parkrun, John has also completed many volunteering roles including pre course set up on numerous occasions.  Thank you for all the cakes, sweets and biscuits which we all enjoyed with a post run drink at the cafe.

The annual purple parkrun will take place on Saturday 28th July, dig out your purple vests, t-shirts, wigs and accessories all to honour the legacy of local girl Alice Pyne, more details will follow.

This week 165 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 23 were first timers and 10 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 12 different clubs took part.

Male Placings

1st - Michael Suggate - 18.32

2nd - Andrew Dorrian  - 18.42

3rd - Michael Doherty - 19.23

Ladies Placings

1st - Georgia Bell - 20.54

2nd - Amy Singleton - 21.41

3rd - Corrine Parsons - 23.24

The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:

Donna BATES • Robert EDWARDS • David SPENCER • Michael COOK • Louise COOK • Ian JONES • Ian SADLER • Jennifer FAZACKERLEY • Patricia NEWBY • Val FLEMING • Sarah CUBISS • Annette HIGGINS • Janice CALLISTER • Julie CLARK • Ruth HAUGHIAN • Ann MUTTON • John SHERWEN • John WEARING • Fred BAGLEY • Tom MORTLOCK-JACKSON • Brian LEECE

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Barrow parkrun Results Page.

The female record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded a time of 16:24 on 21st January 2012 (event number 17).
The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:12 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 206).
The Age Grade course record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded 90.24% (16:24) on 21st January 2012 (event number 17).

Barrow parkrun started on 24th September 2011. Since then 4,016 participants have completed 42,798 parkruns covering a total distance of 213,990 km, including 7,290 new Personal Bests.

We welcome children at parkrun. Please note that those under the age of 11 must be within arm's reach of a parent, guardian or designated adult of the parents' choice whilst attending 5k parkrun events. It must also be ensured that children place themselves appropriately at the start so as to prevent a situation where they are being repeatedly overtaken. This is to ensure the safety of your child.

See you all soon

Mike & Louise Cook

 

 

 

 

 

Barrow parkrun 347

Barrow parkrun 347

Barrow parkrun returned this week, after missing last week due to another event taking place in the park.  Many people used the opportunity to take part in some parkrun tourism and we hope you all enjoyed your runs wherever you were.

We celebrated 2 milestone runs this morning with Stephanie Blackburn completing her 50th run and Dave Harker completing his 250th run, this is a major achievement for both runners, congratulations and thank you for the cakes that we all shared at the cafe after the run.

Milestone runs are rewarded with a 10 T-shirt for junior runners, adults have to wait for 50,100 then 250 runs. T-shirts are also awarded to volunteers after their 25th time of volunteering.

This week 147 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 6 were first timers and 18 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 12 different clubs took part.

Male Placings

1st - Ryan Everett - 17.44

2nd - Lee Winter  - 18.03 (New PB)

3rd - Danny Bouffler - 18.55

Ladies Placings

1st - Janice Callister - 22.23

2nd - Karen Maggio-Poyntz - 22.30

3rd - Heather Travis - 22.35

The event was made possible by 20 volunteers:

Donna BATES • Jacqui ARMSTRONG • David SPENCER • Michael COOK • Louise COOK • Peter HALL • Stephen GRISDALE • Davina JENKINS • John WEARING • Fred BAGLEY • Lorraine DICKINSON • Owen BAXENDALE • Mandy JOHNSON • Sian LITTLEMORE • Michele ASHTON • Poppy GOMERSALL • Colin BLACKBURN • Justine BLACKBURN • Alex EARLEY • Brian LEECE

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Barrow parkrun Results Page.

The female record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded a time of 16:24 on 21st January 2012 (event number 17).
The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:12 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 206).
The Age Grade course record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded 90.24% (16:24) on 21st January 2012 (event number 17).

Barrow parkrun started on 24th September 2011. Since then 3,993 participants have completed 42,633 parkruns covering a total distance of 213,165 km, including 7,280 new Personal Bests

We welcome children at parkrun. Please note that those under the age of 11 must be within arm's reach of a parent, guardian or designated adult of the parents' choice whilst attending 5k parkrun events. It must also be ensured that children place themselves appropriately at the start so as to prevent a situation where they are being repeatedly overtaken. This is to ensure the safety of your child.

See you all soon

Mike & Louise Cook

 

 

 

 

 

Barrow parkrun #346 – 16th June 2018

This week's event was a quieter one than usual. 121 runners, joggers and walkers took on the 5km challenging route which takes place at 09:00 on a Saturday morning.
5 participants made their parkrun debuts this week, so a warm welcome to Shaun Mason, David Turner, Ben Shenton, Colin Blackburn and Julia Sharpe - We hope to see you come back for a second go soon.
Paul Musgrove, a keen parkrun tourist joined us today. His 112th event but 1st at Barrow. Parkrun events take place all over the country and more are starting up. We hope ours is a memorable one for all visitors.
Event 346 saw 12 plucky participants pounding the paths to achieve new personal best times. 6 ladies, the other 6 were gents. Well done!
It's a great achievment to reach a milestone number, this week Dena Mason completed her 50th parkrun and is rewarded with a red 50 tshirt. Well done to you Dena.
1st to finish the hilly course this week was Ryan Everett in 17:41.
2nd over the line - Lee Winter in 18:40
3rd place - and 1st Junior runner home was Jakob Nelson in 19:17
1st Lady to finish Alex Fairer in 21:47 - her 7th parkrun to date.
Age grade toppers were Peter Hall with 80.68 % and Brenda Bagley with 77.8% - very impressive.
Age-Grading calculations take into account your age and gender to produce a percentage score for your run. Peter and Brenda are consistently high scorers and deserve a mention.
Parkrun can only happen with a team of volunteers. This week our gratitude goes to.
Jennifer Fazackerley (run director) John Wearing, Sarah Cubiss, Raymond Robb, Matthew Tarry, Cath Grisedale, Ian Sadler, David Spencer, Michael Higgins, Martin Clarkson, Fred Bagley, Michele Ashton, Claire Thomson, Karen & Antonio Maggio-Poyntz, Nicholas Emerson and last but not least Donna Bates.
If you'd like to volunteer please email barrowhelpers@parkrun.com
It's a great way to get involved and see parkrun from a different view. If you're a regular runner, please take a turn and do your bit!
If you'd like to give parkrun a go please come along. Everyone meets at the bandstand for a pre-run briefing on Saturday at 08:50. If you haven't been for a while, it would be great to see you, if you're new to parkrun please register, print a barcode and come along. http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/
Many runners, volunteers and spectators meet at the cafe afterward for a drink and a chat, it's a lovely way to end the event and begin your weekend. Everyone is welcome so please do join us.
Unfortunately next weeks event (23rd June) has been cancelled due to another event taking place. Please be aware Fell Foot parkrun is also cancelled. An events list can found at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/events/events/
See you soon.
Gary Woodhouse

 

Barrow parkrun event #345 – 09th June 2018

201 parkrunners attended this weeks event, marking the 70th birthday of the NHS we had some NHS staff in uniform taking on the 3.1 mile 5km event.

345 NHS staff

The event begins with a pre-run briefing at the bandstand at 08:50 every Saturday this week the briefing included some words of inspiration from Stuart Wallace of how the NHS has affected the lives of so many. It was lovely to also see Gordon Gibson back in running gear taking part after major surgery earlier this year.

Parkrun events up and down the country take place each week by volunteers who give up their time for others. Barrow parkrun appreciated this weeks team-
Stuart Wallace, Ann Horton, Owen Baxendale, Clare Greenwood, Sian Littlemore, Laura Leigh, David Farish, Michael Cook, Michele Ashton, Fred Bagley, Leeann Evans, Ian Sadler, Sarah Cubiss and Donna Bates.
If you'd like to volunteer please get in touch with the event directly, just send an email to barrowhelpers@parkrun.com. If you're a regular parkrunner please help by taking a turn now and then.
Taking part in parkrun for the 1st time this week were Martin Beddoes, Nathan Smith and Oliver Barker. Welcome to the parkrun community. Tourists from Lancaster, Stockton On Tees, Ormskirk and Barnsley joined us and we hope Barrow was a memorable event for them.
The weather was glorious for parkrun this week, the sun was out and by 09:00 we were all running around the park in it. There's people of all ages and abliities who take part, their reasons for doing so are as diverse as the parkrunners themselves. 27 determined characters achieved personal best times, 17 of which where by the ladies. The Geese have yet to register and did not complete the course.

345 Geese

 

It's a great achievment to reach a milestone and event 345 saw Philip Lowe complete his 100th parkrun and a 50th parkrun for Kirsten Johnson only 5 seconds off matching her personal best time. A milestone run is rewarded with a new tshirt, red for a 50, black for 100. Be sure to order yours Phil and Kirsten. Well done.
A few results -
1st over the line today in an impressive 17:47 was Ryan Everett - his 90th parkrun to date
2nd place went to Andrew Dorrian - his 32nd event with a time of 18:30.
3rd finisher - Lee Winter, a Hoad Hill Harrier. 18:55
Highest age grade for the men was Peter Hall with 81.14%, Mr Hall finished in 23:46 and is in the 75-79 age catagory!
Ladies placings -
Georgia Bell was 1st Female to finish, overall 8th. Georgia also was 1st Junior, and topped the ladies age grades at 80.03%. Excellent!
2nd Lady home was Chloe Naylor with a new PB of 21:09
3rd Lady was Amy Singleton in 21:23 - a new PB time and her 101st parkrun to date.
Well done to all mentioned - great running.
Parkrun is free and open to all. There's no pressure to run fast, only encouragement to complete. Dogs on a short lead are welcome, as are parents with pushchairs. Under 11's must be with an adult. Registering is free visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/, print a barcode and bring it with you.
A junoir parkrun takes place weekly for 4-14 year olds at 9am every Sunday, for more information visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/barrow-juniors/
Please note Barrow parkrun is cancelled on 23rd June due to another event taking place.
Why not take this opportunity to visit an out of town parkrun? For a list of events visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/events/events/
Participants, volunteers and spectators meet afterwards at the cafe for a brew, milestone cake and a natter-the best way to catch up with friends and runners you can't catch up with during the run. Please join us next time.

345 - milestoners

Don't forget your barcode!

Gary Woodhouse

 

 

 

 

Barrow parkrun – event 344

Barrow parkrun – event 344

A much quieter event than normal as a lot of our regular runners were doing other races over the course of the weekend but still 140 people descended to the bandstand for our 344 barrow parkrun.  We had 13 first timers of which 9 were ‘tourists’ from other events and 20 people recorded new personal best times, great effort from everyone who took part.

And of course, our lovely volunteers need a pat on their back because without them this event would not happen. If you want to help out, please email barrowhelpers@parkrun.com or come along and ask a high-vis wearer for details.

Fiona BANNISTER • David FARISH • Donna BATES • David SPENCER • Michael COOK • Ian JONES • Patrick THOMAS • David SHAW • Karen Ann MAGGIO-POYNTZ • Raymond ROBB • Clare GREENWOOD • Sarah CUBISS • Janice CALLISTER • Helen MARR • John WEARING • Heather TRAVIS • Michele ASHTON • Poppy GOMERSALL • Brian LEECE

Parkrun reward people with t-shirts once they meet certain milestones.  These include 10 (just the junior runners) then 50, 100, 250 and 500.  This week we celebrated Amy and Edward Singleton (mother and son) and Ian Hodgson’s 100th run and junior runner Noah Gooding’s 10th run.

Men’s placings

1st – Ryan Everett in 17:28

2nd – Andrew Dorrian in 18:24

3rd – Lee Winter in 18:25

Ladies placings

1st – Darina Dwlinova in 21:52

2nd – Lucy Montague in 22:26

3rd –  first timer Claire Oxlade in 22:39

parkrun is for people of all abilities and ages. If you want to get fit, train for a future race or meet new friends then barrow parkrun provides the solution to anyone’s motivation. Participants can walk, jog/walk or sprint. No pressure is put on people only encouragement to finish the course. If you are a first time runner wanting to join us it is recommended that you register at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/barcode and arrive at the bandstand at 8.45am for the pre run briefing. Please bring along your barcode if you want your time to be registered.

We also have a junior parkrun which is held on Sunday at 9am and is for kids aged 4 to 14. Children do not have to run with an adult for this event and the course is shortly at 2k. More information about this event can be found at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/barrow-juniors/

Happy running,

Fiona Bannister

 

Barrow parkrun 343 – 26th May 2018

186 people ran, jogged and walked the Barrow parkrun course this Saturday, with 6 making their first appearance and an amazing 28 going into the weekend the best way possible by recording new Personal Best times.

Tourists were at the forefront for the ladies, with Tamar Trotters runner Louise Gregg coming in first with a time of 22:37 in her second appearance at Barrow. Second was Georgia Steers on her first visit to the Barrow course in 23:00, a great time on our hilly course for the Arena 80 AC runner who is more at home on one of the UK’s flattest parkruns along Hove Promenade.Flying the flag for the local runners was Karen Oldham from Parkside Panthers taking third position in 23:23.

For the men, Levens Valley flyer Ryan Everett powered home in 18:08, the 40th time he’s finished ahead of the field. Second was Tamar Trotters runner Paul Gregg in 18:17, not bad for a couple of tourists to bag top three finishes in both men and ladies! Third was Walney Wind Cheetah David Harker in 19:11 – great to see his affiliation back with the Cheetahs after a brief appearance under the “Zombies, Run!” club banner.

Notable milestones this week were junior Ella Matthews making her 10th run and Mum and Son team Claire and Charlie O’Hare making their 150th runs – lovely cake was had by all at the café to celebrate after the run.

Claire and Charlie

Full results, complete event history and loads of info for beginners or regulars can be found on the Barrow parkrun page at www.parkrun.org.uk/barrow.

parkrun is completely free to enter, just register at parkrun.org.uk so that you can  receive an official time, print off your paper barcode from the registration process and brig it along to the bandstand at 845 for a 9am start every Saturday, see you there!

Darren McS

 

Barrow parkrun – event 342

Nick EmersonBarrow parkrun – event 342
A glorious summer’s day with the sun shining and 195 runners/walkers taking part in the 5k route around Barrow park. A good number of the runners also took part in the Dalton 10k or the 1 mile fun run on Friday night so well done to those that managed to do both.

We had 15 first timers and 34 people recording new Personal Bests. A special mention to Nick Emerson who knocked 1 min and 44 seconds of his previous best time – he has come such a long way from when he first started doing parkrun in 2016 and is now running the course 10 mins faster.

And well done to our 24 lovely volunteers;

Fiona BANNISTER • David FARISH • Donna BATES • David SPENCER • Michael COOK • Patrick THOMAS • Stephen BANNISTER • Michael John HALL • Raymond ROBB • David James MARR • Sarah CUBISS • Alfie CUBISS • Annette HIGGINS • Bernice WOODHOUSE • Rachel TEIJLINGEN-BELL • Michael HIGGINS • Philip EVERETT • John WEARING • Fred BAGLEY • Philip BLACKBURN • Laura LEIGH • Owen BAXENDALE • Sian LITTLEMORE • Justine BLACKBURN

If you want to help out, please email barrowhelpers@parkrun.com or come along and ask a high-vis wearer for details.

Parkrun reward people with t-shirts once they meet certain milestones. These include 10 (just the junior runners) then 50, 100, 250 and 500. Surprisingly, we had no milestone runs this week but next week it looks like Amy and Edward Singleton along with Phil Low will be celebrating their 100th run which should means cake with coffee, post run.

Men’s placing's

1st – Andrew Dorrian in 18:19 (new PB)
2nd – junior runner Samuel Jackson in 18:52 (new PB)
3rd – Jose Murphy in 18:54 (new PB)

Ladies placing's
1st – Lucy Montague in 22:05
2nd – mayoress Janice Callister in 22:49
3rd – Heather Travis in 23:02

parkrun is for people of all abilities and ages. If you want to get fit, train for a future race or meet new friends then barrow parkrun provides the solution to anyone’s motivation. Participants can walk, jog/walk or sprint. No pressure is put on people only encouragement to finish the course. If you are a first time runner wanting to join us it is recommended that you register at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/barcode and arrive at the bandstand at 8.45am for the pre run briefing. Please bring along your barcode if you want your time to be registered.

We also have a junior parkrun which is held on Sunday at 9am and is for kids aged 4 to 14. Children do not have to run with an adult for this event and the course is shortly at 2k. More information about this event can be found at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/barrow-juniors/

Happy running,

Fiona Bannister

 

Barrow parkrun – Event number 341 – Saturday 12th May 2018

Whilst some people were up at the crack of dawn to take in a stroll from Keswick to Barrow and others had a lie in before taking the shorter hop from Coniston to Barrow, 143 people made their way to Barrow park for the free weekly parkrun, Considering the number of local runners, joggers and walkers taking on these mighty challenges, such a turn-out at the park shows just how popular this 5km run has become, Before reporting on this week’s run, I can’t let the opportunity pass to congratulate parkrun regular Ryan Everett on breaking the Coniston to Barrow record in 2 hours and 25 minutes, well done Ryan, the training of tackling the undulations of Barrow parkrun every week has paid off!

First across the line at parkrun for the second consecutive week was Andrew Dorrian in a time of18:32,  second was Stuart Garnett in a new Personal Best time of 18:40. Third was Ian Sadler in 19:03.

For the ladies it was a one-two for Barrow parkrun’s Thelma and Louise, Karen Maggio-Poyntz (22:15) and Janice Callister (22:47), the latter hot-footing it to Hawcoat park to assume her Mayoral duties in dishing out medals to K2B and C2B finishers. Heather Travis was third home in 23:11.

There were celebrations and cake to be shared at the café after the run, with our youngest regular Harrison Marr completing his 10th run, Stephen and Alison McMenemy achieving their 50th, Scott Wilson his 100th and Karen Maggio-Poyntz her 300th!

Fifteen “First-timers” joined us, yes, you guessed it, for their first time, including tourists from West Cumbria, South Manchester and Lancaster. The couple who regularly run at Lancaster parkrun, John and Stella Birchall were very complimentary about our park and what a beautiful location it makes for a parkrun, they’ve toured quite extensively at other parkruns and they placed Barrow up there at the top as the nicest location. We are so lucky to have such a beautiful amenity on our doorstep and the team that manage the park, the landscaping and flowers deserve special mention.
Full results, complete event history and loads of info for beginners or regulars can be found on the Barrow parkrun page at www.parkrun.org.uk/barrow.

parkrun is completely free to enter, just register at parkrun.org.uk so that you can  receive an official time, print off your paper barcode from the registration process and brig it along to the bandstand at 845 for a 9am start every Saturday, see you there!

Darren McS

 

Barrow parkrun – 340

Noble familyBarrow parkrun – event 340

Another great turnout with 200 runners/joggers/walkers joining us on Saturday morning to take part in the 5k route around Barrow park.   The sun even made an appearance so winter gear vanished and summer clothing out although it’s debatable how long our summer will last. We had 15 first timers and many of them tourists, no doubt visiting friends and family for the Bank Holiday weekend and an astonishing 42 people recording new Personal Bests which is 21% of the participants improving their time.  Well done to everyone that participated and to our lovely volunteers.

Emma and Rikka

Fiona BANNISTER • Stuart John WALLACE • David FARISH • Donna BATES • David SPENCER • David SHAW • Sarah CUBISS • Alfie CUBISS • Stephanie Louise KERSHAW • Gillian THOMPSON • Dawn WILD • Philip LOW • John SHERWEN • John WEARING • Fred BAGLEY • Andrea ANDERSON • Lorraine DICKINSON • Owen BAXENDALE • Daniel DONNELLY • Stephen DONNELLY • Katherine DONNELLY • Sian LITTLEMORE • Mark NOBLE • Kirsty NOBLE • Philip LEIGH • Tom MORTLOCK-JACKSON • Brian LEECE • Niamh MCNALLY

If you want to help out, please email barrowhelpers@parkrun.com or come along and ask a high-vis wearer for details.

Parkrun reward people with t-shirts once they meet certain milestones.  These include 10 (just the junior runners) then 50, 100, 250 and 500.  Surprisingly, we had no milestone runs this week but next week lots like there will be a few which invariably means cake with coffee, post run.

Men’s placings

1st – Andrew Dorrian in 18:38

2nd – David Harker in 19:13

3rd – firs time runner Samuel Jackson in 19:13

Ladies placings

1st – Amy Singleton in 21:30

2nd – first time runner Lauren Munro-Bennett in 21:50

3rd – Lucy Montague in 21:56 with a new PB

Highest age grade score goes to 10 year old Will McNally whose time of 19:21 (4th overall) gave him a score of 81:57%.  He is also holds the Age Category Record for JM10 for Barrow.  And well done to junior runner Oscar Punton who nearly knocked 3 minutes off his previous PB having completed the course in 27:25.

parkrun is for people of all abilities and ages. If you want to get fit, train for a future race or meet new friends then barrow parkrun provides the solution to anyone’s motivation. Participants can walk, jog/walk or sprint. No pressure is put on people only encouragement to finish the course. If you are a first time runner wanting to join us it is recommended that you register at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/barcode and arrive at the bandstand at 8.45am for the pre run briefing. Please bring along your barcode if you want your time to be registered.

We also have a junior parkrun which is held on Sunday at 9am and is for kids aged 4 to 14. Children do not have to run with an adult for this event and the course is shortly at 2k. More information about this event can be found at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/barrow-juniors/

Happy running,

Fiona Bannister

 

 

 

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