A lovely day for a run in the park.
Today Niamh completed her 6 month Duke of Edinburgh volunteering task, great work Niamh it may have taken me this long to get the spelling of your name correct, but we are very grateful for your contributions over the winter and spring period and we're glad to hear you will be continue helping out.
This week we had quite a few first time volunteers and everyone did a sterling job. The only delay in processing the results was because we had to wait for windows updates!
Marie Summerly unfortunately tripped up near the lake. We hope your ankle is getting better? Don't forget to keep your feet elevated.. I heard drinking wine or prosecco whilst laying on a sun lounger is a good way to recover!!
Please remember the course has it's lumps, bumps and stumps and at this time of year frisky squirrels!
The best stat of all today is that we had 24 volunteers...
Clumber Park parkrun
Event number 246
21st April 2018
This week 327 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 42 were first timers and 68 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 35 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 24 volunteers:
Reg BESTWICK • Karen BESTWICK • Martin BELL • Shirley GASCOYNE • Roy TURNER • Carolyn Ann LUCKHAM • Catherine Mary CAPOZZOLI • Natalie CUNNINGHAM • Bailey MATTHEWS • Stephen BOWLER • Sarah MORGAN • Joan CORBETT • Sandra BREEDON • Lesley POPPLEWELL • Nicola DALES • Oscar MORGAN • Philip TEMPEST • Olivia GREGORY • John LOOM • Jacob HILTON-LOOM • Stephanie WALL • Niamh CARROLL • Mark CROSSLEY • Leo WILTSHIRE
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Clumber Park parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Amanda CROOK who recorded a time of 18:15 on 31st May 2014 (event number 49).
The male record is held by John BEATTIE who recorded a time of 15:04 on 22nd October 2016 (event number 169).
The Age Grade course record is held by Helen BURRELL who recorded 89.97% (19:36) on 27th January 2018 (event number 235).
Clumber Park parkrun started on 29th June 2013. Since then 7,857 participants have completed 47,410 parkruns covering a total distance of 237,050 km, including 9,072 new Personal Bests.