Welcome to event number three hundred and something!

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Event #305

A slightly grey start to the morning this week but good conditions for running, some may have said that it was a little warm! 270 people gathered to start their weekend off in the best way with Roger in charge of proceedings.

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There were 22 first timers this week.

10 were completing their first ever parkrun, well done!

Bethany MORFITT David STOCKDALE Frances WILLIAMSON
Jo LINTON Kieran CANDON Melanie EVANS
Mike BROOM Petr JACKSON Ruby JACKSON
Thomas WASS    

 

And a further 12 completing Graves for the first time as tourists:

Alice EDWARDS Anna KATOCSOVA Beck ROTHERAM
Caitlin COOPER Callum COOPER Daniel SLOME
David WIDDOWSON Elizabeth POXON John BRIDGMAN
Kerry HARRISON Kevin WALKER Lin COX

 

As ever, a massive thanks to the volunteers this week – remember, without them, there can be no parkrun. Roger made a point of thanking all the volunteers for making life easier this week. It is always a worry when it gets to Friday evening and your roster isn’t complete… E-mail in now to volunteer for any date in the future – we’re always happy to have you!!

The volunteer heroes this week were:

Jemma BABIKER, Magdalena BOO, Lucy BROOM, Noah BROOM, Evie BROOM, Lucy COWELL, Jo ECCLES, Sylvia ELLIS, Andes GEIGER, Paul GILL, Janet GLOVER, Everything's Run GREEN, Simon GUPPY, Jon HOWSON, Kat JONES, Charlie LAST, Andy LEDBETTER, Jill MARSTON-GIROUX, Catherine NEEDHAM, Sue RANSOM, Matt RIMMER, Sarah SANDERSON, Amelia SANDERSON, Yvonne TWELVETREE, Geoffrey TWELVETREE, Roger WALTERS

Don’t forget, parkrun ask for just 3 volunteer stints a year. That’s not much to give back if you enjoy your parkrunning!

It’s easy to volunteer, just leave a message on the Graves parkrun Facebook page or e-mail the Graves team on: graveshelpers@parkrun.com or see our volunteer page for details on getting involved in making Graves parkrun happen.

OPT IN TO VOLUNTEER E-MAILS

Unfortunately we can’t send volunteer e-mails to anyone unless they have opted in previously so if you’ve thought about it but have never had an e-mail please follow the instructions below:

For those who don’t currently receive the volunteer e-mails, if you follow the ‘manage my profile’ link in your results e-mail, you will find an option to ‘opt in’ to the e-mails. We won’t bombard you don’t worry! Well not unless we’re really desperate!

 

Milestones:

Congratulations to all those who completed a milestones this week. Emma BEER ran her 100th run; Michael HULTON ran his 150th and Andes GEIGER ran his 250th! There were lots of cakes and biscuits going round so thank you for them! One little boy managed to scoff three buns before going near the café!

 

Run Statistics – for those that like their numbers

There were a whopping 63 PBs this week - well done all!

Anna POOLE Anthony WATKINS Chris COATES
Chris SINCLAIR Claire CHISHOLM Crispin BLISS
Darren BURNS Darren COGGINS Dave RYAN
Debbie KAY Dylan MATHER Emma WHITEHALL
Erin SZWALEK HORNBY Gary ROCHE Hazey WAREHAM
Heather ALLEN Helen DICKINSON Ian VICKERS
Ian WILSON James SINCLAIR James SLATER-PURCELL
Jake CHAMBERS Jan OWEN Jo MARPLES
John RICHARDSON John-Paul BLACKWELL Joseph HEARNSHAW
Julie HURLEY Kath WHARMBY Kim COOPER
Laura CHARLESWORTH Lisa BELL Lisa MATHER
Louisa ELLIOTT Louise SIMPSON Lucy COWELL
Maria O'BRIEN Mark DAVIS Martyn SANDERSON
Matthew BROWN Meadow CROWTHER Mel BATH
Nicola ENNIS Paul MILLEN Paula RISBY
Peter MOXON Petra SCHWARCZOVA Philip WALL
Priya DYSON Rachael MAY Rebecca Lucy BROWN
Reece ALLEN Rhonda HODGES Robert CASSY
Robert DYMOND Robert FOSTER Stuart CARRACK
Tapelo NYATHI Tom BOLLARD Tom HAWLEY
Wendy HALL William GARNER Zoe DICKINSON

 

 

The top age graded result this week was Les MORTON (VW60-64) with 21:12 (76.97%)

 

Finishing positions

Male Female
Position Name Time Position Name Time
1 Reece ALLEN 17:46* 1 Nicola ROSS 22:49
2 Stuart CARRACK 18:07* 2 Charlotte ELLIS 23:22
3 Peter CANNELL 18:13 3 Grace HULTON 23:33

* New PB                            **Graves first timer

 

Notices

The Doggy Detour remains in place.

 

Any suggestions or tips, please e-mail gravesoffice@parkrun.com

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As usual, the event would not run anywhere near as well without the wonderful group of volunteers that Graves parkrun attracts. Please remember it’s easy to volunteer, just leave a message on the Graves parkrun Facebook page or e-mail the Graves team on: graveshelpers@parkrun.com or See our volunteer page for details on getting involved in making Graves parkrun happen.

 

 

 

6th birthday part 2!

The first timers this week were:

Anna POOLE Anthony HENE Barbara O'CONNOR
Caleb O'BRIEN Claire CHISHOLM Darren GRAY
Fraser MCINALLY Hazey WAREHAM Jake CHAMBERS
Jennifer RIST Jo MARPLES John-Paul BLACKWELL
Liz TAZZYMAN Louise ROBERTS Omar JAOUANE
Priya DYSON Sarah PICKERING Susan EARL

Tourists this week were:

Austin FROST Ben LEWIS Caroline HOPKINS
Carolyn WEIR Claire COLLINS Craig BURTON
David SABBAGH Dean JONES Elizabeth WALLACE
Finlay MACDONALD Fiona WATERHOUSE Hazel FOSTER
Jane HUWS Johnny JONES Kay MACDONALD
Liam Michael O'BRIEN Louise SIMPSON Lucy THORPE
Mary LINDOP Oscar SCHOLES - FURNESS Phil WALLACE
Rhiannon MACDONALD Steven ALLEN Tim BAKER

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Milestones:

We had lots of special achievements this week:

Dylan Mather celebrating his 10th junior parkrun. Ben Agar, Hannah Crowther, and Les Morton all celebrating their 50th parkrun and Graham Nield celebrating his 200th parkrun. Well done to all of you!
On a wider note there were some other special events over the past week. It was fantastic to come along to support Sheffield Half Marathon and see so many familiar faces running past from Graves parkrun. Well done to all of you who took part. A special mention to Jennifer Rich who also recently delivered an excellent club record time in the Rotterdam marathon. Well done! Good luck to any parkrunners taking part in London marathon next week.

We had some other special achievers attending today's parkrun. 3 ex Olympians were in attendance today; only the very best for our parkrun! We hope you all enjoyed it.

BIRTHDAY STATISTICS! (Thank you Joe the Pirate!)

12 runners who ran the first Graves parkrun returned for the 6th birthday run.

They are:-

 

Paul Chapman          261 runs at Graves out of 273

Janet Glover             246 runs at Graves out of 266

Andrew Cooper         215 runs at Graves out of 236

Graham Hogg           196 runs at Graves out of 243

Roger Walters           142 runs at Graves out of 185

Jason Lennon             97 runs at Graves out of 123

Paul Higginbottom      26 runs at Graves out of 105

Marion Tattersall        25 runs  at Graves out of 248

Chris Newman           22 runs at Graves out of 320

Fran Grace                18 runs at Graves out of 215

Kate Marsden            17 runs at Graves out of 242

Wendy Heathcote      14 runs at Graves out of 307

 

35 runners who ran the first Graves parkrun have never returned.

4 runners who ran the first Graves parkrun have never run another parkrun.

 

There were 13 volunteers at the original but only referred to as 'Tom and the team' (probably Tom Simpson - now parkrun's Chief Operating Officer.)

By the 2nd run they were mentioned thus 'Dr Greenstreet and Hannah & Tom Greenstreet and 6 members of the Sloan Medical Team. Event Director Roger Walters was first finisher.'

 

Today’s attendance 351 second highest ever.

 

Notices:

Just a reminder 16th May Roger will be taking on the challenge of completing a half marathon across 2 spin classes. This will be to raise funds for Developing Physio who help to teach physiotherapy skills to low income / developing countries and marks a year since he was knocked off his bike. To read more about Roger's challenge, the charity he's supporting, or to support him with the challenge you can find more details here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rogershivers

It's always worth keeping an eye on Graves parkrun Facebook page for any announcements. Hopefully all the snow and ice has gone now but you never know!

I had the privilege of meeting Oliver Hart recently. He is the very special man who set up Graves parkrun. We would all like to toast you on this special birthday and thank you for all the benefits Graves parkrun has bought to our lives. It's not just a run, it's bought physical and mental health benefits, happiness and friendships to so many. Here’s to you Oliver, thank you!

Marie Hippey

Run Statistics – for those that like their numbers

There were 41 PBs this week - well done all

Ajay WILSON Alan DALTON Ally BOOKER
Anthony WHITEHOUSE Anya PORTUS Bobbie WAUGH
Bret DUNCAN Charley BURNEY Chris STEVENS
Daniel SINCLAIR Darren BURNS Dylan MATHER
Edward DEAKIN Elliot JENKINSON Felix WOODS
Finlay GRAY Freddie GUY Gail FLETCHER
Hannah STELMAN Hannah WALTON Hannah WOODS
Issy WAUGH Jake CORDERY James SINCLAIR
John RICHARDSON Joseph HEARNSHAW Larah HOGG
Laura CHARLESWORTH Liam WHITBY Lisa BOWNES
Lisa MATHER Maria O'BRIEN Megan OHRI
Michelle WEST Paula BROWN Paula RISBY
Ro COCKIN Rosanna O'HARA Sarah WHITEHOUSE
Sazzle COCKIN Susan GUY  

 

 

The top age graded result this week was Anthony WHITEHOUSE (VW60-64) with 19:54 (83.50%)

 

Finishing positions

Male Female
Position Name Time Position Name Time
1 Joseph NEWMAN-BILLINGTON 16:58 1 Bobbie WAUGH (JM11-14) 21:32*
2 Phil SKELTON 17:58 2 Issy WAUGH (JW10) 21:46*
3 Peter CANNELL 18:29 3 Jennifer RICH 22:01

* New PB                            **Graves first timer

Great running from the WAUGH girls!

 

 

Notices

As usual, the event would not run anywhere near as well without the wonderful group of volunteers that Graves parkrun attracts. Please remember it’s easy to volunteer, just leave a message on the Graves parkrun Facebook page or e-mail the Graves team on: graveshelpers@parkrun.com or See our volunteer page for details on getting involved in making Graves parkrun happen.

 

 

Any suggestions or tips, please e-mail gravesoffice@parkrun.com

 

Happy 6th birthday Graves parkrun!

Event #304

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Yes it finally arrived, Graves parkrun had its 6th birthday! The parkrun was celebrated with a 60's theme. It was kicked off by our Run director Green thanking all the Run Directors and all the volunteers who make parkrun possible every week.

There was a bumper crop of volunteers this week – thank you all! Let’s keep it up!

Terry ARMSTRONG, Emma BARKER, Magdalena BOO, Erica BRAMHALL, Alison CHILVERS, Deborah CRAIG, Jo ECCLES, Jane EVANS, Jane GARDINER, Paul GILL, Everything's Run GREEN, Marie HIPPEY, Jon HOWSON, Kat JONES, Alison KANE, Catherine KELLY, Charlie LAST, Pauline MARK, Gail MOSS, Catherine NEEDHAM, John O'BRIEN, Matt RIMMER, Amelia SANDERSON, Sarah SANDERSON, Carol SPEIGHT, Mandy TAYLOR, Amanda TOWERS, Geoffrey TWELVETREE, Yvonne TWELVETREE, Roger WALTERS, Ajay WILSON, Sue WILSON, Rowena YATES

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We also had some first time volunteers today. Thank you and we hope you enjoyed it. Remember parkrun is completely run by volunteers. Our weekly parkrun is only possible if we all contribute by giving back to this very special weekly event. It makes it so much easier for all of our fab Run Directors if we volunteer early in the week so they can relax without worrying about filling all the empty spaces!

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Green then treated us all to a fine visual and vocal rendition of Space Oddity (Graves parkrun special edition) see below for lyrics:
Graves Control to graves parkrun
Graves Control to graves parkrun
Tie you shoes laces and set your running watches on
Graves Control to Graves parkrun (ten, nine, weight, seven, six)
Commencing countdown, trainers on (five, four, three)
Remember barcode and may parkrun love be with you (3 2 1 go)

This is Graves Control to graves parkrun
You've really made the age grade
And the barcode scanners want to know your position today
Now it's time to leave the start line without a care
This is Graves Control to graves parkrun
And you're all running in a most brilliant way
And the cows look very different today
For here
You're running through the animal farm
Far from the start
The finish line is due
But there's another lap to do

It certainly made everyone smile. Thank you Green, Only you that could have pulled this one off in such great style and humour!

To celebrate parkrun's birthday everyone ran the course in the opposite direction. However, this was not the only difference. Our very own Charlie Last had a surprise! In honour of this very special man, who turns up quietly to marshal the vast majority of weeks without every running it himself, we started our parkrun from where Charlie marshals. What a sight it must have been for Charlie with all of us slipping and sliding our way over the grass towards him. He was presented with a certificate for the Champion Volunteer for being an amazing marshal! Well done Charlie, thank you so much from us all.

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Green did his usual pre run checks including the 'has everyone got their barcode check?' Run Director Roger thought he'd forgotten his but was saved by having a spare barcode in his phone cover. He wanted to pass this on as a top tip for ensuring you always have a spare barcode in your phone cover…
We welcomed all the first timers and tourists who joined us today. What a day to join us for the first time! We hope you enjoyed our 6th birthday celebrations including some way out fancy dress! There was quite a 'hippie theme' to today's parkrun so guess it's quite appropriate a real Hippey should bring you the parkrun report! Thank you to all of those who took part in the fancy dress, there were definitely many sights to behold

 

The Day Before The Sheffield Half

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Roger welcomed us all to Graves this morning for event number 303 and another Sheffield Half Marathon Eve event.  We had exactly 200 parkrunners take part this morning, and I’m sure several would be taking part in the long distance on Sunday.

 

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As is customary on the day before a big local race, we had little issue with filling the volunteer roster this week.  With several people giving the legs a rest but still contributing to their local parkrun.  Of particular note were the ladies from Strideout Running Club, a great running club for women based in South Yorkshire with lots of sessions across the region, you can find out more about them here: https://groups.runtogether.co.uk/Strideout

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A big thank you to this weeks volunteers… Alison FORWARD, Beth HALLIDAY, Carol PARSONS, Catherine NEEDHAM, Charlie LAST, Chloe HENSHAW, Claire TODD, Eleanor HALL, Gavin NEWHOUSE, Helen YOUNG, Jo ECCLES, Kat JONES, Laura BROWN, Leah EVANS, Libby HOWSON, Lynn FINDLAY, Paul GILL, Robert NICOL, Roger WALTERS, Sarah HOWSON, Stephen GILMER, Stephen John DAY, Tony BELL

 

Next week marks the 6thanniversary of Graves Parkrun, we will be running the course in reverse and in (optional) fancy dress.

 

Another anniversary approaches, and on the 16thMay Roger will be taking on the challenge of completing a half marathon across 2 spin classes.  This will be to raise funds for Developing Physio who help to teach physiotherapy skills to low income / developing countries and marks a year since he was knocked off his bike.  To read more about Roger’s challenge, the charity he’s supporting, or to support him with the challenge you can find more details here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rogershivers

There were 10 new parkrunners today, we hope you enjoyed your first event and look forward to seeing you again soon.

 

Angela EARL Emma Rose WREGHITT Jake CHAMBERS
Jayne MORFITT Megan WHITLAM Peter MOXON
Rosanna O'HARA Sarah SMART Sukhcharan SINGH
Theo DAY

 

 

A further 14 people were visiting Graves for the first time.

 

Ben MARSHALL Chris SINCLAIR Daniel SINCLAIR
Danielle JOHNSON Elaine VAUGHAN Gabrielle PELTER
Hannah STELMAN James CONSTANTINOU James SINCLAIR
Kevin ROWLES Laura CHARLESWORTH Leo DUNCAN
Michael REVILL Sarah DAY

 

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There were two official milestones today, and a further two honourable mentions.  Congratulations to John DIX for becoming a member of the 50 club and Neal PATES joining the ranks of the 100 club.  Progressing towards their 250s were Philip LONGDEN on 150 and Karen WEIR on 200. Well done all!

 

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Run Stats

 

There were a massive 35 PB’s this morning. Well done everyone!

 

Alexander HUSSEY Ally BOOKER Anna DAMEK-TROJAK
Anna JONES Ashley CROW Bret DUNCAN
Charley BURNEY Christine ROWE Claire TODD
Corinne HERITAGE Darren BURNS Elizabeth TAYLOR
Erica BRAMHALL Felix WOODS Gaynor HOBSON
Ian VICKERS Isaac MARSTON-GIROUX Jack BOUTINAUD
Jensen BROWN Kerry MARSTON-GIROUX Kirk SMITH
Lewis PRESTON Louisa ELLIOTT Lucy DOWNHAM
Mathew REYNOLDS Matt POWELL Mick HUGHES
Natalie ROBERTS Petra SCHWARCZOVA Rebecca POLLITT
Robert FOSTER Ruth SAYLES Sean CUCKSON
Suzanne HAMMOND   Todd WOODS  

 

Finishing positions

 

Male     Female    
Position Name Time Position Name Time
1 Ashley CROW * 18:47 1 Sara EAMES 20:40
2 Stephen LARKIN 20:12 2 Celia NAYLOR 22:14
3 Sean CUCKSON * 20:18 3 Lauren GRIFFITH 22:21

* New PB

**Graves first timer

 

This week’s top age graded result this week was the first Lady home…

Sara EAMES (VW40-44) with 20:40 (74.03%)

 

OPT IN TO VOLUNTEER E-MAILS

 

Unfortunately we can’t send volunteer e-mails to anyone unless they have opted in previously so if you’ve thought about it but have never had an e-mail please follow these instructions:

Follow the ‘manage my profile’ link in your results e-mail, you will find an option to ‘opt in’ to the e-mails.

 

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Notices

 

Graves Parkrun’s 6thBrithday is approaching and will be held on the 14thof April (the every first event also took place on the 14thApril!!!). As is now customary on such occasions, we’ll run the course backwards, or rather, in reverse and in fancy dress for anyone willing to take part.  Suggestions for a theme for the fancy dress would be greatly appreciated.  Feel free to submit and ideas via Facebook.

 

Please keep an eye out on Facebook for any cancellation notices before heading to Graves, we will always try to let people know as early as possible of any issues, but safety of those taking part will always be our priority!

 

The doggy detour is still in full effect.

 

Don’t forget that there is now a junior parkrun at Graves Park on a Sunday morning too.

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As usual, the event would not run anywhere near as well without the wonderful group of volunteers that Graves parkrun attracts. Please remember it’s easy to volunteer, just leave a message on the Graves parkrun Facebook page or e-mail the Graves team on: graveshelpers@parkrun.com or See our volunteer page for details on getting involved in making Graves parkrun happen.

Any suggestions or tips, please e-mail gravesoffice@parkrun.com

 

 

Gloomy Grey Graves with Grateful Gav

Event #302

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It was one of those mornings when anyone would be excused for just hitting the snooze button and staying in a nice warm bed rather than heading out the door for a run.  Even more impressive than getting up to go for your run was the feat performed by a baker’s dozen of volunteers who got dressed and headed out the door to stand in the cold and enable the 130 runners to take part at Graves this morning. This really was a skeleton crew and those of you who took part will have noticed fewer marshals out on the course. That didn’t dampen the individual’s spirits and I’m pleased to say a few people took the time to drop a special thank you through on facebook…

 

“Many thanks to the Marshals, especially the super cute mini-Marshall with the Star Wars umbrella who kept the enthusiastic encouragement going until the soggy end!” (that was William with the brolly btw)

 

“Herculean effort getting out of bed to marshal in today's conditions!”

 

“The marshals were steadfast, stoic and smiley – appreciated”

 

So it’s an extra special thank you this week toCharlie LAST, Dorothy Ross GRAY, Gavin NEWHOUSE, Jennifer MURRAY, Jo ECCLES, Kev ROBERTS, Lucy COWELL, Magdalena BOO, Pauline MARK, Ray CARR, Richard GRAY, Sam NEEDHAM, Stephen GILMER, Zaheer MAHMOOD

302 Brief

 

It really is this simple, none of the parkrun events anywhere could take place without those who volunteer.  If you are a regular runner, please consider volunteering at a future event, you can get in touch through facebook, twitter, via the volunteering page the parkrun website or speak to any of the volunteers on a Saturday.  You will never be asked to undertake a role you aren’t comfortable with.  If you have never volunteered before, it is one of the most rewarding aspects of parkrun and gives you a completely different view of the event and you get to see how much everyone gets out of their Saturday morning run.

You can now see those runners with the volunteering milestone on the race results page, in addition to those with running milestones.  17 of today's runners have volunteered 25 or more times and they have still been able to amass 2836 runs between them, and all but one of them with at least a 50 runs t-shirt too.  So it is still possible to rack the runs up and contribute to the event too.

Please consider volunteering, there are further details about opting in at the end of this report.

 

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There were 3 new parkrunners today, we hope you enjoyed your first event and look forward to seeing you again soon.

 

Darren BURNS Ivana HADFIELD John HINTON

 

 

A further 5 people were visiting Graves for the first time, we hope you enjoyed the hills and our new water feature.

 

Adriano PORTALURI Claire PARISH Jamie CHILDS
Lindsey NETTLETON Ruth SAYLES

 

 

There were no milestones in the official results today, there was a shout for a Junior 10 milestone, perhaps an unknown or a forgotten barcode?

 

302 Finish

 

Run Stats

 

There were 16 PB’s this morning. Well done everyone!

 

Caroline DUNN David JOHNSON Holly PARISH
Jasmine HART Jo THOMPSON John SWAIN
Jon HOWSON Mathew REYNOLDS Matthew BROWN
Michelle WEST Nick MURPHY Rachael CRACK
Sally LEE Simon BROWN Tom BOLLARD
Tony JACKSON    

 

Finishing positions

 

Male     Female    
Position Name Time Position Name Time
1 Andes GEIGER 19:40 1 Kate MORRIS 21:37
2 Tom BOLLARD * 20:13 2 Rachel MILLER 22:41
3 John SWAIN * 20:28 3 Celia NAYLOR 22:58

* New PB

**Graves first timer

 

This week’s top age-graded result this week was the first Lady home…

Kate MORRIS (VW50-54) with 21:37 (79.49%)

 

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OPT-IN TO VOLUNTEER E-MAILS

 

Unfortunately, we can’t send volunteer e-mails to anyone unless they have opted in previously so if you’ve thought about it but have never had an e-mail please follow these instructions:

Follow the ‘manage my profile’ link in your results e-mail, you will find an option to ‘opt in’ to the e-mails.

 

 

Notices

 

Graves Parkrun’s 6thBrithday is approaching and will be held on the 14thof April (the very first event also took place on the 14th April!!!). As is now customary on such occasions, we’ll run the course backward, or rather, in reverse and in fancy dress for anyone willing to take part.  Suggestions for a theme for the fancy dress would be greatly appreciated.  Feel free to submit and ideas via Facebook.

 

Please keep an eye out on Facebook for any cancellation notices before heading to Graves, we will always try to let people know as early as possible of any issues, but the safety of those taking part will always be our priority!

 

The doggy detour is still in full effect.

 

Don’t forget that there is now a junior parkrun at Graves Park on a Sunday morning too.

RR SG signature

As usual, the event would not run anywhere near as well without the wonderful group of volunteers that Graves parkrun attracts. Please remember it’s easy to volunteer, just leave a message on the Graves parkrun Facebook page or e-mail the Graves team on: graveshelpers@parkrun.com or See our volunteer page for details on getting involved in making Graves parkrun happen.

Any suggestions or tips, please e-mail gravesoffice@parkrun.com

 

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