Braunstone parkrun #140 – July 6th 2013


Run report no.140 6th July 2013

"Sun is shining, and the weather is sweet" so the song goes, by Bob Marley, and so it was on Saturday 6th July when 287 runners turned out for the 140th running of Braunstone parkrun's event. “287 ! But that’s yet another new attendance record isn’t it?” I hear you ask, and of course you’d be right ! It seems our number of runners happily looks to do the same as the ambient temperature recently……..continues to rise ! Excellent !! Bring on 300 !! (For some strange reason, just the very thought of that number makes me want to start working on my abs !)
On Wimbledon Ladies Final day it was really smashing to see so many runners heavy-breathing and grunting their way around the park. I’m sure we can all agree we are well served by the parkrun concept; you turn up, you run in an organised and safe environment, with no fuss or undue racket, aiming for the finishing line, manned by a lovely set of volunteers; it’s free for all, and there rally are no strings attached. At the end, you can quench your thirst with some water or deuce from your kit bag. And of course the net gain for all runners is improved health and fitness. Ace !!
I could go on about the Men’s Tennis Final on the following day, but I’m sure you’d prefer me to murray up and get on with reporting on the run :smile:
We haven’t got round to providing strawberries and cream at parkrun yet but we were visited on Saturday by the Cafe2U van selling a selection of hot and cold drinks. I did notice some runners and volunteers making some post-run purchases so it remains to be seen if this becomes a fixture at our event.

P1160252
The Cafe2u van could become the post-run gathering point !

First runner home this week was Matty Adcock in a new PB time of 15:29. This Hermitage Harriers runner has placed first on 4 previous occasions. Unfortunately the 2nd runner home is recorded as an 'Unknown' runner; no barcode = no time given, DFYB. 3-time runner up Ian Smith finished 3rd on this occasion in 16:34.
Susie Ellison set a new PB of 21:22 to finish as the first lady home this week (42nd overall). Close behind Julie Page was the 2nd lady finisher in 21:23 (44th overall). Beaumont Running club member Jackie Davisworth was 3rd lady finisher in 21:58 (61st overall).

52 fantastic runners recorded new personal best times on Saturday ! (and the other 235 runners are not so bad either).
Glenda Barratt returned to Braunstone after a 14-month absence to record a 40+ second personal best: 25:49. Curtis Thompson ran a PB of 18:59 in his 16th parkrun at Braunstone, having arrived on the scene in November 2012 with a time of 23:17.
After running his parkrun debut last week dressed in full tracksuit and laces flying loose, Tekle Andebrhan returned this week in more streamlined attire to improve upon 20:06 to record 18:59 ! Under-14 runner Cian Palmer-Holmes improved on last week's PB by 15 seconds to record a new PB of 31:45. Mark van Der Enden improved on last week’s PB by a further 29 seconds to secure 20:25. West End Runner Shaun Newbold improved his PB by 16 seconds to record 21:11. Recent parkrun volunteer, Signe Blixt Wright secured a 7th consecutive personal best time (non-consecutive weeks) to run home in 27:23. Robert Holt was rocking the bare-chested look when he romped home in a new PB of 22:35, a third consecutive personal best.

There were 28 parkrun newbies in attendance on Saturday (including 6 junior runners); running times ranging from 21:21 to 35:13. A further 5 runners were visiting us for the first time from other parkrun home venues. We’re very glad to see you all here, we have a friendly and gregarious open-house here at Braunstone, and we hope that you will be back again soon to join us on our journey to 300 runners and beyond !

This week Adey Payne joined the 100-club at Braunstone parkrun. This West End Runners club-member first appeared at Braunstone parkrun’s 6th event in October 2010 and has been an almost ever-present since then. Adey’s first run-times were in the region of 24-25 minutes, within a year he’d got that down to just over 21 minutes. A cluster of PBs in recent weeks means his current PB is just under 20 minutes. Congratulations on making it to 100 runs Adey, your black jacket and t-shirt will be coming to a park near you soon.

P1160247
Adey Payne showing how to air your armpits after a hard run. Well done on achieving 100 runs Adey !

Three runners ran their 50th run on Saturday to join parkrun’s 50-club: Lesley Griffin (first appeared in Braunstone’s 15th event in January 2011), David Evans (first appeared in the 17th event in February 2011) and Keith Hallam (first appeared in 79th event in April 2012). With 150 runs between them only Keith has ever ventured away from the Braunstone course with a recent solitary appearance at Newcastle parkrun. There’s nowt wrong with being a homebird. Well done the three of you on achieving 50 parkruns, we’re sure you’ll all look very slick in the new red t-shirts you’ll soon be receiving !
Well done to under-15 junior runner Katie Parker who ran her 10th run on Saturday after first appearing at our 123rd event in March of this year. Katie has the strange distinction of having run the same time on her 1st and 2nd ever parkruns, and which happen to be her fastest ever parkrun time. You will soon be receiving a well-derserved white t-shirt Katie !

Saturday saw Braunstone regulars Mark and Julie Thompson take in a spot of parkrun tourism whilst holidaying in the south-west of the country. They rocked up at Killerton parkrun, near Exeter. Mark’s feedback was that it was a deceptively tough course, good post-run refreshment facilities, and a great bunch of volunteers on hand.

A big hello to 164-run parkrun veteran Bernard Blundell and those other runners from Coventry parkrun who were visiting us today, some in fancy dress, as their home run was forced to make way for the Coventry Godiva festival held annually at the Coventry Memorial Park. We hope you enjoyed your change of scenery today guys, don't leave it so long next time. Braunstone is in the midst of exciting times just now, and we appreciate your presence !

P1150978
So THAT’S why he’s called Colin Scooby Doo Rowley !! The mystery is solved, and not by any ‘pesky kids’ either ! Our visitors from Coventry were, erm, interesting, great fun ………..and very welcome !

On Thursday 4th July 2013 Braunstone parkrunners were invited to Braunstone Civic Centre for an evening presentation and buffet. Event Director Phil Caswell was ably aided by Mark and Julie Thompson and Phoenix Hoyle in explaining some of the ‘challenges’ brought about by Braunstone’s growing attendance. Phil explained at great length how, although volunteers had not been in short supply in recent weeks, essentially Braunstone’s parkrun event is served by a relatively small group of regular volunteers and what was really required was for additional people to step forward and have a go at some of the more technical volunteering roles; Run director, Run Timer, Funnel Manager, Results processor etc. The audience were given an insight into the results processing operation by Phoenix.
The key message given was that there is a need to expand the core group of volunteers in order to ensure a robust organisational infrastructure for Braunstone parkrun going forward; and to take some of the ‘pressure’ off the current volunteers. So, if ever you happen to sit there and wonder if YOUR services would ever be welcome on the volunteering side at Braunstone parkrun, the answer is invariably YES !!

Amongst some other bits of exciting news, was the revelation that plans are afoot to slightly alter our familiar running route on Braunstone park, not least to more ably accommodate our growing numbers ……….shock, horror, sacrilege……….watch this space !! And before you ask, yes we ARE still keeping the hill-in-the-middle (or “1-board hill” as Phil calls it! ) :smile:

Congratulations to any Braunstone parkrunners who took part in the Desford Striders Big Charity Event on Sunday 7th July, running 7 miles or 3.5 miles, I’m sure the extra hot weather added to the challenge !

As usual our volunteers played a blinder on Saturday, so we thank them for helping us all to have a great run and a great experience at Braunstone parkrun:

Anne Catherine NEWBERY • Francis LUSK • Hannah WEBBE • Helen BENNETT • Judith BASER • Linda PULLEN • Melanie Deanne SNUTCH • Michael STIFF • Philip CASWELL • Phoenix HOYLE • Robert DOORE • Roger Martin PULLEN • Rose FARRIS • Steve HIBBEN • Stuart MORTON • Sue MELVIN

With particular thanks to any first-time volunteers for answering our call to arms.
parkrun relies on people just like YOU to make it work. The volunteer roster for future months is available here; if you can help out next Saturday or in future please email braunstonehelpers@parkrun.com, or post a message on our Facebook page.
If you would like to contribute to this run report in future by writing parts of it, or even ALL of it, please get in touch.
With thanks to Vickie Hallam, some lively and animated photos from Saturday’s run can be viewed by following the link to ‘Photos’ at the top of the page. Photos can also be viewed directly from the Flickr website; whereby photos can be ‘shared’ with Facebook accounts, tagged, saved as ‘favourites’, or you may wish to leave comments !
We hope to see you again next Saturday. Come with family, come with a friend, come by yourself and make some new friends, come with a household pet. All are welcome, however any children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult before, during, and after the run.
First-time runners are required to pre-register on the parkrun website and ALL runners should bring their printed barcode to each run (DFYB –Don’t Forget Your Barcode).
Remember: There are no strangers at Braunstone parkrun, they are just friends you haven’t said ‘Hello’ to yet !

Conrad Webbe
Braunstone parkrunner and volunteer

History:

Braunstone parkrun started on 25th September 2010. Please scroll to the bottom of the screen to see some historical facts and figures about Braunstone parkrun.

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

 

Upcoming Events:

 

Communication:

Want to give feedback? Have anything to say or want anyone or anything mentioned in future run reports? Please email braunstoneOffice@parkrun.com

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Contact us (email): braunstoneOffice@parkrun.com 
I’d like to volunteer (email):
braunstonehelpers@parkrun.com

parkrun website: www.parkrun.com
Braunstone parkrun website: http://www.parkrun.org.uk/braunstone 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Braunstone-parkrun/283239125092823

"the parkrun show podcast": – out every Monday https://www.facebook.com/theparkrunshow

 

Braunstone parkrun #139 – 29th June 2013


Run report no.139 29th June 2013

230 eager beavers assembled on Saturday 29th June 2013 for the 139th running of the Braunstone parkrun event. Overnight rain had ceased long enough to allow the run to go ahead in clear and warm conditions.

Phil Caswell executed his Run Director role with his usual aplomb, including a reminder for all Braunstone parkrunners that a ‘Volunteer’s Evening’ was to be held at Braunstone Civic Centre on Thursday 4th July 2013 7-9pm; this was to be a great opportunity to come and find out some of what goes on behind the scenes at Braunstone parkrun and also to learn about planned enhancements to future events. With good company and nibbles provided what more reason could you need to attend ?

After finishing in first place on his parkrun debut the previous week, Leicester Coritanian under-20 age category runner Jack Thomson returned this week to repeat that feat in an even faster time;  16:49 PB.  A time that gives Jack an age grading of 82.26%, second only this week to female runner Lesley Griffin (88.02% for a time of 22:41). Braunstone regular, Ryan Westley, another under-20 runner finished in 2nd place in 17:37. 3rd place went to West End club runner Gary Hawksley in 17:50. Gary is now just 1 run away from his 100th parkrun achievement !

IMG_5551
Leicester Coritanian Jack Thomson, out in front on his own

Like Jack Thomson, Emma Rathbone repeated last weak’s feat by being first lady finisher in 20:02(19th overall); to cement her record of most first finishes at Braunstone amongst the female runners. Clare Hill was the 2nd lady finisher in 21:57 (46th overall) in her 10th run at the park. Last week’s run director, Julie Thompson, was 3rd lady home this week in 22:29 (58th overall), an agonising 2 seconds outside her personal best time.

A nice round figure of 50 parkrunners recorded new personal best times.

Gareth Coyle scored a 4th PB in 5 weeks: 21:24, not a bad run of form at all after a 14-month PB barren spell.  Mark Van Der Enden improved by a single second to secure a first PB in nearly a year; 21:54. Something clearly rubbed off on his training partner Estefania Yunes who also improved by 46 seconds to nab a new PB of 29:00.  Frances Deepwell dipped under the 30-minute barrier for the first time to record a new PB of 29:50. Keith Tonks was clearly buoyed by sharing the run with daughter Cheryl and grand-daughter Evie, as he secured a first PB since November 2012; 27:38. Mark James returned to Braunstone after an 8-month absence to secure a first PB in over 2 years; 26:00. Under-14 age group runner Cian Palmer-Holmes has clearly benefitted from recent bouts of parkrun tourism with the family as he managed to improve by 57 seconds to secure a new personal best time of 32:00.

So that’s a hearty congratulations to all the PB-runners; and indeed well done to EVERYONE who takes part in parkrun……..you know it makes sense.

We were pleased to welcome 24 parkrun first-timers to Braunstone on Saturday (including 2 junior runners). The first time at Braunstone is always good for feeling your way around the course, the second time allows you to really blast it, so do come back soon guys .

A further 11 runners were visiting us for the first-time away from their usual parkrun home grounds. We’re glad you finally found us at Braunstone, and trust you’ll be back soon !  Some exciting developments are afoot at Braunstone so do keep us high in your thoughts !

Peter Meads completed his 100th parkrun on Saturday to join Braunstone's select band of 100-club members. And boy did Peter do it in style, recording his best time since March 2012. You smashed it Peter !   Peter made his parkrun debut at the 16th Braunstone event in February 2011, and he’s clearly the stay-at-home type since all 100 of his runs have been completed at Braunstone. Well done indeed !   Your black jacket and t-shirt will be making their way to you in the coming weeks, although perhaps it’s some trackie-botttoms that you REALLY need !

IMG_5538
Judging by the leggings, I think Peter Meads is just clowning around here on his 100th parkrun

 

IMG_2545
Despite the leg-wear it’s down to serious business now in the run in to the finish; or maybe he’s just showing the fashion-police a clean pair of heels !

 

IMG_5692
Having customised his 50-club t-shirt Peter dropped a heavy hint that it was his 100th parkrun

 

Potentially we have some exciting weeks ahead; with 2 runners poised on 99 runs each and 3 runners chomping at the bit with 49 runs each. With even more runners in the 90’s and 40’s we can see that many black jackets and both black and red t-shirts are going to be shipping into Braunstone park with increasing frequency over the coming weeks.

On Thursday 27th June several Braunstone regulars were involved in the 2nd in the series of Leicester City 5k Summer Series held at Victoria Park in Leicester. Well done to those parkrunners who were placed  and/or  age category prize winners; Vickie Hallam, Emma Rathbone, Anne Newbery, Stuart Coe (?) and, surprisingly, myself !    The prizes were bottles of wine all round (Hic !);  is it a race or an off-license I ask yer !?  :smile:

Sunday 30th June saw many Braunstone regulars take part in the Prestwold 10k race, in Loughborough; Braunstone regulars Jackie Davisworth (I tried to battle her but she psyched me out) and Lesley Griffin (I only just managed to pip her on the line) were among the age-category prizewinners. Well done to all parkrunners involved.

Thumbs up to Braunstonite Anne Newbery who ran the Prestwold 10k, then home for a quick change into fancy-dress costume before running another 10k in the Leicester Race for Life event at Victoria Park which was held just a few hours later.  A-mazing !!  :shock:

Many thanks, as usual go to our smashing group of flourescent-jacketed superheroes, otherwise known as ‘parkrun volunteers’:

Anne Catherine NEWBERY  •  Emma BAGLEY  •  Francis LUSK  •  Helen GARFORD  •  Jane HULL  •  Karen GILLESPIE  •  Mark LANGDALE  •  Melanie Deanne SNUTCH  •  Michael ROBBINS  •  Nichola SINGLETON  •  Nicky WHITEHEAD  •  Nita COYLE  •  Philip CASWELL  •  Philippa CHAPMAN  •  Phoenix HOYLE  •  Rebecca PARRY  •  Richard Craig NORTON  •  Yvonne DOORE

 

Special thanks to any first-time volunteers for being brave and generous enough to come forward to help us out. We trust you can reassure all others that our volunteering roles are easy to perform and there is lots of help and support provided from others.

 

The volunteer roster for future months is available here; if you can help out next Saturday or in future please email braunstonehelpers@parkrun.com, or post a message on our Facebook page.

 

If you would like to contribute to this run report in future by writing parts of it, or even ALL of it, please get in touch.

Any photos from Saturday’s run come to you courtesy of Emma Bagley, Vickie Hallam and Cheryl Wright (thank you ladies !) and can be viewed by following the link to ‘Photos’ at the top of the page. Photos can also be viewed directly from the Flickr website; whereby photos can be ‘shared’ with Facebook accounts, tagged, saved as ‘favourites’, or you may wish to leave comments !

We hope to see you again next Saturday. Come with family, come with a friend, come by yourself and we’ll provide the friends, come with a doggie but not a moggie !   All are welcome, however any children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult before, during, and after the run.

First-time runners are required to pre-register on the parkrun website and ALL runners should bring their printed barcode to each run (DFYB –Don’t Forget Your Barcode).

 

Conrad Webbe
Braunstone parkrunner and volunteer

 

History:

Braunstone parkrun started on 25th September 2010. Please scroll to the bottom of the screen to see some historical facts and figures about Braunstone parkrun.

 

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

 

Upcoming Events:

 

Communication:

Want to give feedback? Have anything to say or want anyone or anything mentioned in future run reports? Please email braunstoneOffice@parkrun.com

 

Contact us (email): braunstoneOffice@parkrun.com

parkrun website: www.parkrun.com Braunstone parkrun website: http://www.parkrun.org.uk/braunstone I’d like to volunteer (email): braunstonehelpers@parkrun.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Braunstone-parkrun/283239125092823

"the parkrun show podcast": – out every Monday https://www.facebook.com/theparkrunshow

 

 

Braunstone parkrun #138 – 22nd June 2013


Run report no.138 22nd June 2013

Saturday 22nd June 2013 saw 251 energetic souls march purposefully to Braunstone park for the 138th running of the Braunstone parkrun event. Numbers were a little down on the previous week’s record breaking turnout of 274 runners but it is clear that we are definitely on an upward curve at Braunstone, and indeed globally parkrun is hovering just under the 40,000 mark for participants running on a Saturday; an almost 50% increase on the start of year position.


Run director Julie Thompson welcomed everyone to the park and went through the pre-run preliminaries including a reiteration of parkrun’s non-negotiable rule that all under-11 age runners must be accompanied by an adult during each run.

IMG_2347
 Nearly ready to go, two runners put their heads together to discuss tactics

Under-20 age group runner Jack Thomson enjoyed a memorable parkrun debut run by finishing in 1st place in 16:54. He was followed home by Braunstone regular Mark Lambell in 17:05. 3rd place went to another Braunstone regular Westley Ryan in 17:34. James Skelton, another parkrun first timer, finished in 4th place in 17:50.

 

Emma Rathbone was the 1st lady home in 20:08 (24th overall,) this was her record 8th time being the first lady finisher. Having been first lady home on two previous occasions, 2nd lady home was Florine Hiersemenzel; 20:17 (27th overall).  Gina Wilson returned to Braunstone for the first time in 18 months to run in as the 3rd lady home in 20:31 (32nd overall).

 

There was a 16th personal best time for that prolific running machine that some people call ‘Anne Newbery’; 22:24. Even though Anne is a 131-run parkrun veteran we’re sure there’s still a fair few more PBs to come ! This lady is on a self-less personal mission. Check out her justgiving page for further information: www.justgiving.com/nobby7  and please consider making a contribution.
Michael Robbins scored a 5th successive PB of 30:08 (non-consecutive weeks).  John Richardson bagged a nice new PB of 23:31. Wayne Carlisle scored a 9th PB in only 19 runs, of 24:48. Under-20 junior runner Nilo Monfared returned to Braunstone after a 5-month absence to continue a stretch of 3 successive PBs; 23:36. Joanne Raine, still riding a crest of a wave after her London Marathon efforts scored her first PB in 12 months, by 55 seconds; 28:38. Paul Barnett scored an 8th PB in 18 runs; 21:30.  Leicester Triathlete Ian Tonks was pleased to record a new parkrun PB of 20:52, and then doubly-pleased to find that sister Cheryl Wright had put down her camera long enough to join him in running a new personal best time of 22:54 !

In all, a total of 42 runners secured new personal best times on Saturday.

 

The FACT that you run at all is always much more important than the TIME that you run, even so lets celebrate with the PB-runners as they bask in the personal glory of having achieved their fastest ever times. Well done indeed !

 

Braunstone was attended by 23 parkrun first-timers on Saturday (including 3 junior runners), and a further 7 runners were visiting Braunstone away from their usual parkrun haunts. We hope that your first experience at Braunstone lived up to your expectations and that you’ll be back soon to prove that the time you ran was no one-off; or maybe it was below-par, for you, and you want a second (or third) shot at it.  

 

Last week we had 6 runners joining the 50-club; Duncan Foley, Peter Lott, Stuart Coe, Francis Lusk, Stuart Morton, Murray Eden.

This week there were a further 3 runners joining the 50-club: Michael Stiff, Sally O’Shea and Martin Wright.

 

That’s a lot of miles under the bridge guys, well done on your achievement. Your new red apparel will be with you in the coming weeks, sent with our congratulations and best wishes; and also thanks to those of you who have managed to weave a fair bit of volunteering into your parkrun career but achieved 50 runs regardless !  50 down, bring on the 100 !

 

Special mention for Peter Lott who is the Braunstone parkrun record holder for the male 75-79 age group (okay, he's the ONLY runner we've ever had in that age category, but a record is a record !). Flying the flag for septuagenarians everywhere !  Go Peter, congratulations on achieving your 50 runs !

 IMG_2457
Peter Lott, a new 50-club entrant, limbering up with 100-clubber Vickie Hallam; or maybe they’re practising for ‘Strictly’, that could be the Paso Doble !

 

Under-20 age group runner, Katie Hubbard, joined the 10-club last week, and this week she was joined in that distinction by Matilda Strange and Nilo Monfared. You will be receiving your white 10-club t-shirts in the coming weeks, well done you for setting a great example to other girls in your age-group, who traditionally are under-represented in sporting activity nationally !   

 

On Sunday 23rd June a small handful of Braunstone parkrunners joined in with the “Longest Day” event, which although not sanctioned by the parkrun organisation it did involve a run around SEVEN parkrun venues in the East Midlands. Starting with Braunstone at 9.00am and finishing at Conkers about 7:30pm; speaking personally I certainly did not set out with the intention of running all 7 courses, but the sheer friendliness and cameraderie that prevailed meant that it was easy to get swept along by the general wave of enthusiasm. ‘Twas also a great way to have a recce around some of our parkrun neighbours’ courses and gain a newfound appreciation for the gentle curves, pleasant scenery, and relative flatness of our course at Braunstone. If you’d like to build up your glutes and your thigh and calf muscles especially then I can recommend the lung-busting, leg-aching, slopes of Forest Rec parkrun and Darley parkrun in particular.

 

So that’s a well-done to Braunstone participants, few enough to mention: Andy Rodwell, David Craig, Andy Kenney, Josh Kenney, Anne Newbery and myself.       

 

As always, parkrun would not be possible without the efforts made by our superb band of volunteers. Thank you so much:  

• Anne Catherine NEWBERY  •  Ben MILSOM  •  Cheryl WRIGHT
•  Elaine O'CONNOR  •  Emma BAGLEY  •  Hannah WEBBE
•  Jim MITCHINSON  •  Jules OLIVER  •  Julie THOMPSON
•  Leon CHARIKAR  •  Mark Andrew THOMPSON
•  Matthew LAWS  •  Melanie Deanne SNUTCH
•  Nichola SINGLETON  •  Phoenix HOYLE  •  Rebecca PARRY
•  Richard Craig NORTON  •  Robert DOORE  •  Signe Blixt WRIGHT
•  Stuart COE  •  Tara LYDON  •  Yvonne DOORE

Particular thanks go to any first-time volunteers; thankyou for taking that first step to break your volunteering duck !
The volunteer roster for future months is available here
Can you help us fill in the vacancies over the next few weeks ? If so, please email braunstonehelpers@parkrun.com  or post a message on our Facebook page.

IMG_2454
Volunteering always brings a smile to your face, just ask Mel Snutch

 

If you would like to contribute to this run report in future by writing parts of it, or even ALL of it, please get in touch.

 

Thanks this week to Emma Bagley and Cheryl Wright, any photos from Saturday’s run can be viewed by following the link to ‘Photos’ at the top of the page. Photos can also be viewed directly from the Flickr website; whereby photos can be ‘shared’ with Facebook accounts, tagged, saved as ‘favourites’, or you may wish to leave comments !

 

We hope to see you again next Saturday. Come with family, come with a friend, come by yourself and make some new friends,  or come with a household pet !   All are welcome, however any children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult before, during, and after the run.

 

First-time runners are required to pre-register on the parkrun website and ALL runners should bring their printed barcode to each run (DFYB –Don’t Forget Your Barcode).

 

Conrad Webbe
Braunstone parkrunner and volunteer

 

History:

Braunstone parkrun started on 25th September 2010. Please scroll to the bottom of the screen to see some historical facts and figures about Braunstone parkrun.

 

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

 

Upcoming Events:

 

Communication:

Want to give feedback? Have anything to say or want anyone or anything mentioned in future run reports? Please email braunstoneOffice@parkrun.com

 

Contact us (email): braunstoneOffice@parkrun.com

parkrun website: www.parkrun.com

Braunstone parkrun website:
http://www.parkrun.org.uk/braunstone
I’d like to volunteer (email):
braunstonehelpers@parkrun.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Braunstone-parkrun/283239125092823

"the parkrun show podcast": – out every Monday https://www.facebook.com/theparkrunshow

 

 

Older Posts this Month ⇒
⇐ Newer Posts this Month