Event 119 – 16th September 2018

Sunday brought a reminder of the fact that autumn is creeping in as we swap the t-shirts & flip-flops for jumpers and boots, but that didn't put off the 47 of you who joined us on the slightly breezy hills.
As we set up for the run, there were still a few marshal spots left on the roster, with a little bit of shuffling roles we were down to one short. Thanks to Michele for saving the day by being our last marshal, Jacob was happy to run without his mum, and his brother Charlie stayed with him throughout the run and paced him to a new PB! Well done Jacob! Great work!
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So if your little ones are starting to out pace you, you'd be welcome to volunteer instead! You'll have the chance to give them a hi-5 as they run around the course. Just drop us an email or let us know via facebook. We love volunteers and the event really couldn't happen without them. Your volunteer team for event 119 consisted of Sharon Astill, Frances Astill, Louis Astill, Nicola Dickinson, Katrina Edwards, James Gilbert, Eveline Griffith, Nick Hill, Oliver Hill, Louis Jamson, Yasmin King, Jack Matthews, Kelly Morphus, Robert Newton, Samantha Newton, Michele Noble, Jonah Sinclair, James Sinclair, Myles Somerton, Ian Sullivan, Joanne Tanner, Zoe Tanner, Ewan Wane. Many thanks to all of you. Gedling juniors 16-9-18

Big thanks as ever to our fantastic bunch of DofE volunteers for leading the warm up with amazing enthusiasm, whatever would we do without them?
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Well done to Bobby who recieved his half marathon wrist band. Don't forget you can also download your certificate to print out by visiting your profile at parkrun.com

After the warm up and wristband giving, off you flew heading for the first hill. Please be careful when you're running, poor Evelyn took a bit of a tumble and ended up with a cut knee, but after a spot of medical attention from her mum, she was back up and running and completed the course and went home with a fresh plaster on her knee!

Our first finisher was also the first lady finisher! Girl power! Gedling juniors 16-9-18

We welcomed 5 first timers to the wonderful hills of Gedling, thank you for making our event your first and hope you come back again. The slightly chilly weather conditions were perfect for the 7 of you who got a PB, great work!
That's all from me, have an enjoyable week and see you on Sunday when Jonathan dons the run-directors hi-vis.

Ian

 

Event 117 – 2nd September – when we had an Olympic gymnast as tailwalker!

Sunday 2nd September 2018 will go down in Gedling juniors history as one
of the best events ever! Who’d have thought the weekend before school
starts could be a cause for so much celebration?!

Gedling junior parkrun 2nd September 2018

It started bright and early at 8.15 when the happy band of volunteers
arrived to welcome the fabulous Ellie Downie, Olympic gymnast to
Gedling Country Park. Ellie is supporting the #teamparkrun initiative
which aims to showcase lottery funded athletes and help promote the
benefits of parkrun. I hope you all agree she was a fantastic ambassador
for gymnastics, Nottingham and #teamparkrun.

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The excitement didn’t end there, we also welcomed a film crew from
parkrun head office. They were soaking up the atmosphere and taking
shots of you as you ran around the course. Some of you were interviewed by
them afterwards. Watch the local news over the next couple of days as
the footage might just crop up. If not it will be used on the main
parkrun social media pages so keep your eyes peeled. Here’s Charlie and
Austin being interviewed:

Gedling juniors 2nd September 2018 #teamparkrun

We welcomed six brand new parkrunners this morning, Verity, Erin, Daisy,
Edward, Joe and Esme, we hope you enjoyed the run and look forward to
seeing you again. We guarantee a warm welcome and lots of fun but
can’t promise celebrities and film crew every week!

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A massive congratulations to Amber for reaching her Ultra Marathon
milestone. She has completed all 50 of her runs with us here at Gedling
and we are all super proud of her achievement. I’m sure you won’t
forget being presented with your wristband by Ellie Downie in a hurry!

Gedling juniors 2nd September 2018 #teamparkrun

According to the results, Hannah and Luke recorded their 21st run today
and they too have now earnt a wristband. Please shout up next time you
are here and we will present yours. Don’t forget to print off your
certificates and take them to school to tell everyone what you have
achieved. You deserve all the kudos for the hard work you have put in
running up those hills!

Well done to Oliver, Jack, Jacob, Rory, Harriet, Leo and William for
recording a new PB today. Perhaps you were spurred on by the support
crew provided by Notts Women Runners Arnold Arrows who took a break from their long run
this morning to cheer you on. Thanks for popping by!

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Each week we all take loads of photos and they are uploaded on to our
Flickr page which can be accessed straight from the website. Here’s the
link: https://www.flickr.com/groups/gedling-junior-parkrun/
We’ve signed up a new Run Director this week so keep an eye out for
Jenny over the next few weeks. If you’d like to get more involved,
just have a chat to one of the core team and ask us whatever you’d like
to know, there’s no such thing as a stupid question!

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So as always we want to thank all our volunteers today - Richard, Eloise and Madeline joined Ellie as tail walkers, Myles and Zoe were keeping time, Louis and Ewan were bar code scanning and Louis and James were on the funnel.

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Our magnificent marshals cheering you around the course were Jonathan, Ruth, Joanne, Sharon, Jenny, Nicola, Emma, Eve, Jayne, Ian and Kelly. Tamsin was enjoying herself as communications person with the press and run report writing, Evie processed the results and Helen was your run director.

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Well we’re off to put our feet up but we’ll be back next week for
run-walk-volunteering!

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Event 115 – 19th August 2018

It was wonderful to see 34 juniors and their family/friends/carers on the hills of Gedling Country Park this week. There were lots of smiling, happy faces.

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We welcomed 3 runners completely new to parkrun so hello to Lily, Lucas and Scarlett. A family who regularly run at Rushcliffe junior parkrun also joined us for the first time so we hope that Alice, Oliver and William enjoyed our hills!

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A third of you recorded personal bests today so well done to Jake, Amber, Nathan, Fyfe, Micah, Lily, Noah, Gabriel, Sophie, Emily and Joshua.

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Remember that when you have ran, jogged, skipped or walked 11 junior parkruns you receive a half marathon wristband, 21 is a marathon and 50 is an ultra marathon. This week Austin achieved his ultra marathon wristband - a big congratulations to Austin! He has ran 49 of his junior parkruns here at Gedling and one with our friends at Forest Rec juniors.

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As always a big thank you to our wonderful volunteers who were cheering you around the course. Our hi vis heroes this week were Myles, Zoe, Jonathan, Joanne, Amanda, Kelly, Glenn (all the way from Hilly Fields junior parkrun!), Rob, Sam, Martin, Aiden, Kate, Ian, Louis, James, Yasmin, Eve and John. A special mention to Joanne who volunteered for the 25th time this week which is the volunteer milestone and so she will be receiving the lovely purple volunteer T shirt.

Gedling junior parkrun 19th August 2018

Gedling junior parkrun 19th August 2018

Next week is the bank holiday weekend and George is going to be the Run Director so a big thank you to him for helping us out. We are really short of volunteers as a lot of the regular volunteers are away so we would appreciate all offers of help. Please let us know if you can volunteer!

Until next time, happy parkrunning!

Helen

 

Event 107 – 24th June 2018

Sunday 24th June was a scorching sunny morning, which brought out 61 little pairs of legs to run the hills of Gedling.

We'd had a fantastic response to our volunteer appeals which meant we had all the roles filled with a few marshals left over to spread a little more hi-vis magic around the course.

Junior parkrun wouldn't happen without the efforts of our amazing volunteers, on timing we had Richard and Yasmin, managing the funnel was Ewan and Zoe, and scanning those barcodes was Louis and Helen. Making up the marshal team was Denise, Lindsey, Kelly, Ellie, Sam, Jayne, Roger, Jo, Jonathan, Joanne, Thomas and Nic. Making sure everyone got round safe was Jack on tail walking duty, and that left me (Ian) with the RD's hi-vis on looking like I knew what I was doing!!
We all met up at 8:15 to get the course set up and all the signs out, and we were that efficient we even had time for a game of parkrun bingo.
What's parkrun bingo we hear you ask? We ask each volunteer for their guess of how many runners there will be (before we've seen them). Usually the RD pays attention and makes sure no twp people guess the same. The eye was taken off the ball as both Richard and Jo guessed 61, and they won! What you win at parkrun bingo is a little kudos, a free 5k on a Saturday morning at the event of your choice (or a Sunday if you're 14 or under) and another name check in the run report! Yes, it is just for fun!
Gedling juniors 24-06-18If you want a go at volunteering one day, please let us know, either by emailing our volunteer co-ordinator, drop us a message on Facebook, or put your name down on the paper roster on a Sunday morning. Please do come and help out, it is loads of fun and none of the roles are difficult. There are loads of gaps in the coming week which all need filling, take a look at our future roster page.

There was a couple of milestones to celebrate, Aiden was awarded with his half marathon wristband (11 runs) and Arthur was awarded with his ultra marathon wristband (50 runs). Well done both of you! Don't forget you can download your certificate from your parkrun profile. Gedling juniors 24-06-18

The warmup was led (as usual) by our dedicated warmer uppers Jack and Ewan, though I think that with the temperatures there wasn't a great deal of warming necessary!
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After a 3-2-1-GO you were all off & running up & down those lovely hills in the sunsine.
First across the line for the boys was Jude and for the girls was Esme. We had 5 first timers to Gedling, we do hope you enjoyed it and come back next week, we had a tourist from Netley Abbey juniors in Southampton, and also a tourist from nearby Hucknall juniors who loved our hills!

Following our final finisher, we got the equipment tidied away and went for a cup of tea and a spot of results processing. We were extremely lucky in the fact we'd just done the results and volunteers, and then the computer decided to do a Windows update... what good timing! Thanks to Eloise and Madeline for sorting the tokens. We had three finish tokens go walkies from this event, if you have them can we please have them back? We need them!

Thank you for coming to Gedling juniors to run, jog, walk or volunteer, see you next week when Jonathan is back in the run directors hi-vis.

Enjoy your week!

 

Event 105 – 10th June 2018

Another Sunday morning and another fabulous Gedling junior parkrun! We had 70 juniors (same number as last week) and their grown ups enjoying running, jogging and walking around our course.

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We welcomed 10 first timers to parkrun so hello to Siena, Bobby, Kai, Patrick, Darcy, Sophie, Sofia, Henry, Dulcie and Luke as well as Della and Ruby who have been to junior parkrun before but it was their first time embracing the hills of Gedling.

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Our Duke of Edinburgh volunteers warmed you all up and you also showed us how to do the floss! Some of the grown ups were also joining in but I think that they need to improve their moves until they are as good as the juniors!

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Gedling junior parkrun 10th June 2018

There was some terrific personal bests this week so well done to Reece, James, Elliott, James, Leo, Henry, Ewan, Logan, Sammy, Martha, Lexie, Imogen, Eloise, Ivor and Bertie.

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Gedling juniors from Nic

Don't forget that you can collect a wristband and print a certificate off the parkrun website when you achieve 11 (half marathon), 21 (marathon) or 50 (ultra marathon) junior parkruns. Eloise and Rowan achieved their 11th junior parkrun this week. Rowan did not collect his wristband so do let the run director know next time. Isabella and James also collected their wristbands awarded from previous weeks. Here are Eloise and James collecting their wristbands.

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We want to say a massive thank you to our terrific volunteers. This week we had Myles and Ian keeping time, Jack and James bar code scanning, Yasmin managing the funnel, Louis handing out the tokens, Evie writing down the unscannable bar codes and sorting the tokens after the event and Ruth tail walking. The magnificent marshals were Eveline, Jonathan, Zoe, Joanne, Roger, Richard, Nicola, Jayne, Michael, James and Nic. Do let Richard, our volunteer coordinator know if you can help out. Other roles as a volunteer could be a photographer or run report writer. (I would certainly appreciate it if these roles could be filled when I am Run Director!)

Gedling junior parkrun 10th June 2018

Gedling junior parkrun 10th June 2018

Gedling junior parkrun 10th June 2018

Tamsin is back as Run Director next week so I will be handing the blue and white vest over to her. Looking forward to seeing you all again soon.

Helen

 

Event #101 – 13th May 2018

The weather forecast had given out rain for today but all the smiling faces at Gedling junior parkrun had brought out the sunshine instead! What a beautiful morning to welcome 52 juniors and their adults to Gedling junior parkrun.

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Four 1st timers embraced our hills so welcome to Wynchester, Grace, Lily and Thomas.

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The sun must make you run faster as we had a sensational 16 personal bests so well done to Jonah, Imogen, Elsa, Martha, Ellie, Ivy, Matthew, Oliver, Lola, Jack, Molly, Leo, Emily, Esme, Aiden and Sailor.

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Remember that you can be presented with a wristband when you achieve 11 (half marathon), 21 (marathon) or 50 (ultra marathon) junior parkruns. Here is Jasper with his marathon wristband. Oliver should have also got his so do let the run director know the next time you come to junior parkrun so we can give you your wristband.

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We must say a massive thank you to all our wonderful volunteers who allow all the magic of Gedling junior parkrun to go ahead. This week we had Yasmin run directing, Emma and Kelly keeping the time, Ewan and Myles scanning the bar codes, Jack managing the funnel, James handing out the tokens, Jenny tail walking and Evie processed the results while Henry sorted the tokens. The magnificent marshals were Jonathan, Joanne, Zoe, Ellie, Rob, Roger, Richard, Clare, Sam, James and Eve.

Gedling junior parkrun 13th May 2018

When you have volunteered 25 times our volunteers receive a lovely purple 25 volunteer T shirt. Well done to Henry who was on his 25th volunteer stint today. Although there are no other volunteer milestones it is definitely worth mentioning that 2 of our volunteers both volunteered for the 50th time today. So a big thank you to Ellie (who can usually be found on the first marshal point) and to Richard (pictured below) who is a regular marshal and is also our volunteer coordinator so please do respond when he asks for more volunteers! Let him know by email or on Facebook if you can help.

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Gedling junior parkrun has lots of regular volunteers (thank you to you all) but you probably can't help to notice our regular Duke of Edinburgh volunteers. There is Yasmin who did a fab job at Run Directing this morning who is doing her gold award so is volunteering with us for a year, prior to this she did 6 months for her silver award with us and volunteered for her bronze at 5K parkrun. Jack (top left) completed his gold volunteering stint in March and loves junior parkrun so much that he still comes every week and does a fab job at leading the warm up. James is currently volunteering for his silver award but also did his bronze with us. You can never miss James as he loves having the megaphone! Myles is volunteering with us for his silver award (and also tries to keep James out of trouble!) and Ewan for his bronze who does a great job at helping the warm up. There is also Louis who could not be with us this week as he was on a practice for his expedition.

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We will hopefully see you again next week when Tamsin will have the Run Director vest on.
Have a good week,

Helen

 

Event 100 – 6th May 2018

A couple of weeks ago, Gedling junior parkrun celebrated it's 2nd birthday. This week, we were 100! How is that possible? Only by the magic of junior parkrun!

Our 100th event was marked by a splendid display from that bright shiny thing in the sky (the sun!) which made for a beautiful morning for the 46 small sets of legs who ran, jogged and walked 2km of our fantastic Gedling Country Park.
Gedling Junior Parkrun 6th May 2018Lyndsey donned the run directors hi-vis for the first time ever, three cheers to Lyndsey for doing this, and apparently she enjoyed it so much, she wants to do it again! Hooray! 31957442_10156298761899509_4235228664599412736_o
Big thanks to all of our splendid volunteers that got to time you (Myles & Ewan), Scan you (James & Jack), hand out the finish tokens (Kelly & Louis), marshalling and giving out hi-5's (Jo, Rachel, Joanne, Jonathan, Zoe, Jenny, Emma, Clare, Samantha, Sam & Jayne) and making sure no one got left behind (Helen)
2018-05-08_08-05-53We couldn't run the event without the help of these hi-5 giving hi-vis wearing heroes. We are always welcoming new volunteers, so if you fancy giving it a go, please drop Richard an email, or put a comment on facebook. He'd love to hear from you and we'd love to see you.

Once Lyndsey had done the pre-run brief, our team of DofE volunteers led the warm up with plenty of energy and enthusiasm, grown ups - please be careful of the little ones during the warm up, one little person got tripped up and got a poorly knee, please make sure there's plenty of space around you! Gedling junior parkrun 100

Well done to Ciaran who was presented with his half marathon wristband, don't forget you can print out your certificate from your parkrun profile at https://www.parkrun.com/profile/

And then they were off! First across the line was Finn, Reece and Lewis, and for the girls it was Tegan, Amy and Chen, well done!
There were 5 new personal bests recorded, maybe the sunshine was encouraging you to run faster and get an ice cream! It was also the first time ever to junior parkrun for eight of you, we do hope you enjoyed it and come back soon.
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Once the tail walker was home, it was time to clear up and get those results processed and enjoy the bank holiday weekend sunshine.

Next week it's event 101 with Helen and Yasmin sharing the run directors hi-vis. Enjoy your week and see you on Sunday!

 

Event 96 – 8th April 2018 – with flying feet and hidden pigs!

I asked my 8 year old son how he thought that I should start the run report this week and this is his opening sentence - "What another lovely morning at Gedling junior parkrun!" We had 36 fantastic runners, joggers and walkers negotiating the hills and zig zags that we love about Gedling country park.

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Two enthusiastic first timers to parkrun joined us today so welcome to Saul and Luca. Lilia and John who have ran at other junior parkruns tried out Gedling for the first time. We hope that you come and visit us again. Gedling junior parkrun 8th April 2018

We had 5 juniors achieving a personal best so well done to Chloe, William, Joshua, Stefan and Henry. They have added to an amazing total of 967 personal bests at Gedling junior parkrun in the last 2 years.

Gedling junior parkrun 8th April 2018

Remember that we give out milestone wristbands (and you can print off a certificate off the parkrun website) when you have achieved 11 (half marathon), 21 (marathon) or 50 (ultra marathon) junior parkruns. Today we presented Stefan and Rafe with their half marathon wristbands. Joshua should have had one as well so please ask the run director for one next time you are at junior parkrun.

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It is a fact that our volunteers are amazing! On Saturday afternoon we were short of 8 volunteers but when we put another request out lots of people came forward and filled the roster so a big thank you to you all. Today we had Evie and Kelly keeping time, Jack and James bar code scanning, Claire managing the funnel, Ewan handing out the tokens and Mandy tail walking. Our magnificent marshals were Roger, Sam, Libby, Hilary, Jon, Karen, Ben, Lyndsey, David, Rebecca, David and Lily.

Gedling junior parkrun 8th April 2018

Claire and Adam were helping out with run directing and they sucessfully processed the results as practice for when they are on the core team of Newark junior parkrun so best of luck to them when this launches.

As always our Duke of Edinburgh volunteers led a fantastic warm up and even managed some flying feet!

Gedling junior parkrun 8th April 2018

Important news - next week is our 2nd birthday! Where has all that time gone? To celebrate we would like you to wear fancy dress (including parents!) although this is of course optional. I have also heard that there may be cake!

Which brings me round to a toy plastic pig. When David and Rebecca cleared away the cones at the out and back they found a toy plastic pig under the cones - answers on a postcard for how that got there please! Although I have my suspicions as to the culprits i.e. the Duke of Edinburgh volunteers - Jack and James who set this part of the course up!

Enjoy the birthday celebrations next week! A fantastic birthday present for junior parkrun would be to get the volunteer roster filled as soon as possible so please let us know if you can help out.

Gedling junior parkrun 8th April 2018

Helen

 

Event 95 – April 1st 2018

This Sunday we welcomed 30 young athletes to the hills of Gedling. You could have said it was a normal junior parkrun day, it wasn’t….
It was Easter Sunday
It was April Fools Day
It was my first outing as run director for a junior parkrun…..!

After being a run director 32 times at the 5k event on a Saturday, you’d think it’d be a breeze, but no, I was as nervous as you could possibly imagine! What if the children don’t run the right way? Where do all the signs go? What if something goes wrong? Well, I needn’t have worried! When you’ve got a team of well trained volunteers, you don’t actually need to do much as RD except for looking organised!
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Well, as organised as you could possibly look with a set of bunny ears!

Big thanks to this weeks team, on timekeeping you had James and Ewan, on scanning was Ruth and Zoe, managing the funnel was Jack and Yasmin, marshalling the little legs round the course was Damian, Fyfe, Lyndsey, Ben, Adrian, Cathy, Simon, George, Jo, Joanne & Jonathan. And finally your tail walker was Amanda.
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If a volunteer team could be bottled and shared with the parkrun world it would be this one, thank you!

We also had a touch of parkrun royalty joining us, Cathy, who works for parkrun UK decided she’d like to join us on the hills with her husband Ade. Glad we were all on our best behaviour!

As it was Easter Sunday, there was a selection of chocolate eggs being handed out, and a few of us were wearing bunny ears, some looked better in their ears than others!

Half way through the pre-run brief, I got a text message from parkrun. They said that all junior events must start at 9:30, and if they shared the same venue as a 5k event, the juniors must run the 5k course.

Of course it was an April fool! I think that the only ones fooled by this were our DofE volunteer team! The majority of the juniors seemed quite happy to run 5k!

The main thing that I was worried about was leading the warmup, but I needn't have worried, as it was deflty taken care of by our fantastic DofE team.
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And then they were off! 30 pairs of legs (not counting the grown ups) went sprinting up towards the solar farm and began their first 2k of April.
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And within 9 minutes the first finisher zoomed across the finish line! Then it didn't take long for the remaining 29 to follow, Gedling junior parkrun.  1 Apr 18.
before long we were clearing up and thinking about a warm cup of coffee (and maybe some more chocolate).

Results were processed this week courtesy of Will, who, was supposed to be running, but had a sudden change of heart when being dragged out of bed and decided to volunteer instead!
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Teenagers!!

There were two first timers to the hills, one who was a first timer to the world of junior parkrun, we do hope you enjoyed it and come back soon. Four of you achieved new personal bests (well done), and Lewis joined the Marathon club, don't forget to claim your milestone wristband next time you visit Gedling!

Please do have a look at the future roster page, there are plenty of spots available for the coming weeks, it's a guaranteed hour of fun for a Sunday morning, drop us an email!

Well, that's all from me for now, have a good week and we look forward to welcoming you next Sunday.

 

Event 94 – 25th March 2018 – when the sun was shining and the snow had gone!

Hooray! After last week's cancellation due to snow we went ahead today with the sun shining and blue skies. Even though the clocks had changed and we had less sleep we still had an amazing 40 juniors join us today.

Gedling junior parkrun 25th March 2018

We welcomed James who was completely new to junior parkrun. Hope you enjoyed it James!

The sunshine was certainly encouraging you around the course today and 9 of you recorded a personal best so well done to Rafe, Megan, Phoebe, Anya, Seb, Rowan, Stefan, Tallyn and Isla.

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Well done to Ewan who completed his 21st junior parkrun and collected his marathon wristband. (Sorry that there isn't a photo Ewan - it did not turn out very well!)

We were so pleased that the volunteer roster was full to bursting this week, it makes it much easier for us. So a big thank you to Jack (who also did the warm up) and Myles keeping time, Yasmin and Natalie barcode scanning, Tamsin and Richard on tokens and the funnel, Amanda tail walking and Helen as run director. Our magnificent marshals cheering you around the course were Jonathan, Joanne, Zoe, Ellie, Adam, Roger, Tony, Helen, Maisie, Lyndsey, Ben, James and Sarah.

Here are the volunteers all squashed up in our fab finish funnel. Below are Lyndsey and Ben who were busy setting up the course when we took the photo.

Gedling junior parkrun 25th March 2018

Gedling junior parkrun 25th March 2018

Please do let us know if you can volunteer over the next few weeks. We would love it if you could join us.

Do have a look on our facebook page - this week Tamsin has posted a video of our warm up from today. You all have so much energy!

Next week is Easter Sunday and Ian (who is the Event Director from Gedling 5K) will be your run director so please give him a lovely juniors welcome!

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