Harrogate parkrun #376 Run report

Wow, that was a blustery one!

Today was my first trip to Harrogate parkrun. A random night away in a hotel means only 1 thing, which parkrun can I attend… who needs a hotel breakfast anyway! I also managed to register and drag along some new ‘willing’ victims!

Despite the risk of storm Hannah, or is it still storm Gareth, 209 hardy souls braved the elements to complete Harrogate parkrun number 376. Of these there were several first timers and 7 people completely new to parkrun so well done to them… hopefully the conditions today will not put you off returning. Somehow there were also a few PB’s today, I can only assume those with a PB managed to use the 'tail wind' better than the rest of us.

This was all made possible by a team of fluorescent clad wonders. This weeks hi vis heroes were Louise ALLEN, Pauline BAIN, Benjamin BAIRD, Lynsey BARRACLOUGH, Emma BRAUNTON, Louise BUCK, Aileen CAMERON, Hope COOPER, Ian COOPER, Billy FOX, Sam FUGILL, Joseph HARRIS, Susan HOLDEN, Sarah HUGHAN, Martin LOFTHOUSE, Ruth MANN, Moira MCTAGUE, Jay NORTON, Caroline RAINBOW - GARDENER, Jane ROBBINS, Susan ROGERS, Jeremy SCOTT, James SHARRATT, Martin SHAW, Gavin SMITH, Paul SNELLING, Ted WELTON, Louisa WELTON, Alexandra WHAPPLES, Mark WRIGHTSON a big thankyou to all this weeks volunteers.

Parkrun can only survive with the help of volunteers so please have a look at the future roster and look for any ways you can help out.

After the parkrun I squelched back to the hotel for a late full English to warm from the elements, 3 coffees later and I am starting to regain sensation. Well done to all today’s volunteers and athletes and I look forward to seeing you all again soon... thankyou for making this tourist feel welcome.

Huge thanks to Clive for the run report.

Just a few reminders....

Post run refreshments - Join us at Caffe Marconi (2 Princes Square) each week after parkrun to catch up, process the results, have a coffee and a good old chat. The food and drinks are great and Sarah and her team are huge fans of parkrun! It's good fun and you can even get your result early!

In Case of Emergency - Please double check that your emergency contact details are complete and up to date on your parkrun profile. You'll find a link to your profile on your weekly results email and newsletters or via this How can I access my profile / account? link. It only takes a few moments, put could really help us to help you if and when you most need it.

Barcodes - Is your printed barcode looking tired or not scanning easily? There are a range of tough and durable plastic parkrun barcode ID tags and parkrun wristbands available via http://www.parkrun-barcode.org.uk/ These are the only UK authorised and professionally printed tags and feature the parkrun branding and logo, your athlete details and can also be personalised with your ICE (In Case of Emergency) telephone number and additional information including specific medical details. They come in a range of options and can be attached to a key ring, laces, and running vest zip or worn on a lanyard.

And now the official bit:

Harrogate parkrun
Event number 376
16th March 2019

This week 209 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 17 were first timers and 5 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.

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

The female record is held by Rosie SMITH who recorded a time of 17:28 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 196).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 14:54 on 3rd November 2018 (event number 357).
The Age Grade course record is held by Andy GRANT who recorded 90.63% (16:01) on 1st September 2018 (event number 348).

Harrogate parkrun started on 21st January 2012. Since then 14,271 participants have completed 113,509 parkruns covering a total distance of 567,545 km, including 18,919 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,271 individuals have volunteered 8,378 times.

 

Harrogate parkrun #375 run report

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Right parkrun weather fairy, you really let us down this week. I think we are going to give conditions a B for brutal ! Yep is was cold and wet and wet and cold. On the plus side we are all waterproof and there was an awesome tail wind for part of the course. So we were not going to let a spot of weather stop us enjoying our three laps of the Stray were we, oh no.

An extra special thanks to all of this weeks volunteers who were simply amazing and fortunately have all thawed out now.

We've loads of photo's on Yorkshire Runner Photos page on Facebook.

Milestones

Huge congrats to this weeks milestoners, Elsa STREET is into teh 10 Club, Andrew HAWKSWORTH clocked up his 50th run and Clare TAYLOR wouldn't let the rain stop her getting her 100th, well done all, superb. 

That's it for now, see you all soon.

Just a few reminders.

Post run refreshments - Join us at Caffe Marconi (2 Princes Square) each week after parkrun to catch up, process the results, have a coffee and a good old chat. The food and drinks are great and Sarah and her team are huge fans of parkrun! It's good fun and you can even get your result early!

In Case of Emergency - Please double check that your emergency contact details are complete and up to date on your parkrun profile. You'll find a link to your profile on your weekly results email and newsletters or via this How can I access my profile / account? link. It only takes a few moments, put could really help us to help you if and when you most need it.

Barcodes - Is your printed barcode looking tired or not scanning easily? There are a range of tough and durable plastic parkrun barcode ID tags and parkrun wristbands available via http://www.parkrun-barcode.org.uk/ These are the only UK authorised and professionally printed tags and feature the parkrun branding and logo, your athlete details and can also be personalised with your ICE (In Case of Emergency) telephone number and additional information including specific medical details. They come in a range of options and can be attached to a key ring, laces, and running vest zip or worn on a lanyard.

And now the official bit:

Harrogate parkrun
Event number 375
9th March 2019

This week 320 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 41 were first timers and 28 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 26 volunteers:

Sean BRENNAN • Alexandra WHAPPLES • Adam ATKINSON • Ted WELTON • Louisa WELTON • Joseph HARRIS • Rona Elizabeth BRADLEY • James BRADDON • Neil RAMSHAW • Monica WEBBER • Libby BRENNAN • Ciaran ELEY • Jeremy SCOTT • Matt PAXTON • Andrea PRICE • Benjamin BAIRD • Jay NORTON • Jane ROBBINS • Jeff WALKER • Harry TILSON • Freya PARKER • Mitch BARNES • Susan ROGERS • Ruth MANN • Billy FOX • Edward GREEN

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

The female record is held by Rosie SMITH who recorded a time of 17:28 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 196).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 14:54 on 3rd November 2018 (event number 357).
The Age Grade course record is held by Andy GRANT who recorded 90.63% (16:01) on 1st September 2018 (event number 348).

Harrogate parkrun started on 21st January 2012. Since then 14,254 participants have completed 113,300 parkruns covering a total distance of 566,500 km, including 18,916 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,266 individuals have volunteered 8,347 times.

 

Harrogate parkrun #374 run report

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Wowzers what a week. We know we were going to be busy with the SRG runners and Knaresborough Striders both planning on coming to Harrogate parkrun this week.

So it was a relief to ha a roster full of brilliant volunteers on hand to make sure everything went to plan. As always a huge thank you to you all. Here's a few of the team with Moira's map.

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Out on the course we some of you made the most of the road closure for a one week only run on the (closed) road. While some stayed on the grass and enjoyed the stunning crocus display.

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We had a few milestone celebrations this week all running their 50th so huge congrats to  Daniella MCGUIGAN, John MITTON, M CHIPPERFIELD , Samuel CREBBIN.

That's it for now.

Just a few reminders.

Post run refreshments - Join us at Caffe Marconi (2 Princes Square) each week after parkrun to catch up, process the results, have a coffee and a good old chat. The food and drinks are great and Sarah and her team are huge fans of parkrun! It's good fun and you can even get your result early!

In Case of Emergency - Please double check that your emergency contact details are complete and up to date on your parkrun profile. You'll find a link to your profile on your weekly results email and newsletters or via this How can I access my profile / account? link. It only takes a few moments, put could really help us to help you if and when you most need it.

Barcodes - Is your printed barcode looking tired or not scanning easily? There are a range of tough and durable plastic parkrun barcode ID tags and parkrun wristbands available via http://www.parkrun-barcode.org.uk/ These are the only UK authorised and professionally printed tags and feature the parkrun branding and logo, your athlete details and can also be personalised with your ICE (In Case of Emergency) telephone number and additional information including specific medical details. They come in a range of options and can be attached to a key ring, laces, and running vest zip or worn on a lanyard.

And now the official bit:

Harrogate parkrun
Event number 374
2nd March 2019

This week 625 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 111 were first timers and 81 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 40 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 34 volunteers:

Andrew DOBBY • Sean BRENNAN • Lorna ELEY • Adam ATKINSON • David GUGAN • Ted WELTON • Louisa WELTON • Dennis RICHARDS • Libby BRENNAN • Rachael RIDLEY • Stuart MURRAY • Fiona BARKLEY • David PHELAN • Matt PAXTON • Katie RIGBY • Jay NORTON • Sara GOULD • Alan CARTER • Phil VENTRESS • Nick CREBBIN • Linda DODSWORTH • Steve DODSWORTH • Andrew WEATHERHEAD • Ashleigh BURNS • Susan ROGERS • Bari IRVING-PHILLIPS • Louise BUCK • Ron PATTERSON • Kim ROGERS • Jake ROGERS • Ryan ROGERS • Alison THOMAS • Kendal TOWERS • Edward GREEN

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

The female record is held by Rosie SMITH who recorded a time of 17:28 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 196).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 14:54 on 3rd November 2018 (event number 357).
The Age Grade course record is held by Andy GRANT who recorded 90.63% (16:01) on 1st September 2018 (event number 348).

Harrogate parkrun started on 21st January 2012. Since then 14,213 participants have completed 112,980 parkruns covering a total distance of 564,900 km, including 18,888 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,265 individuals have volunteered 8,321 times.

 

Harrogate parkrun #373 run report

Meteorologists might have you know that the first parkun of spring is not
until the first Saturday in March, but Mother Nature suggested that we could
have one in February never the less.
It meant that such good weather brought out 555 parkrunners this week to
run, jog, walk and pace round the Stray, 77 of whom were new to the
Harrogate course, including 27 parkrun first timers. A little route
tinkering avoided the unseasonably early crocus crop, so please take care
and stick to the amended sections. The zeal of the crocus police is not to
be under-estimated, so it's important that we rub along with them
harmoniously. Besides, who doesn't feel guilty squashing flowers?

An unknown runner came home first, with Andrew Dobby coming in second
at17:22 and Tom Mitchell third at 17:59. The vastly experienced
Amelie Aylesbury romped home as first lady in 21:05, followed by first-timer
Abby Prince in 21:33 and visiting from Bristol, Debbie Hunt in 22:24. Andrew
scored the highest Male age grade result, while Jayne Dale made the trip
from Beverly worthwhile by scoring the highest female age grade. 

Good weather and conditions make for great running, so this week's
parkrunners clocked up a fantastic 116 PBs.  We even saw father and son PBs
from Tim and Joe Hallas - Tim on his 289th attempt, no less- plus the speedy
siblings Caleb and Amelie Aylesbury who have run 260 and 283 times
respectively to manage this feat.  Proof that dedication and determination
pays off at the parkrun whether you are under 15 or over 50. 
Finally, congratulations to Bruce Ford, Nicole Diggle and Simon Lawson for
joining the 50 club; we hope to see you in those well earned red shirts very
soon!

 

Count down to Harrogate parkrun #373

Tick tock its the count down clock. Anyone remember the era when you could phone for the time and a voice would speak? Well I always think of that when its count down, that and the famous song with final and countdown in it. Moving swiftly on.

Tomorrow looks to be fantastic, we have plenty of pacers, the spring flowers are really getting into the swing of this lovely warmth. Expect course alterations eg finish area. Looked firm-ish underfoot, could be for some, perfect conditions

Don't forget your barcode and see you there :D:D:D:D

 

Mid week message :D for 23 February

Hey folks, whoop whoop three sleeps til parkrun :D

The weather is set to be beautiful, well for February any way. Please note the crocuses are still popping up so expect a wiggle and an altered finish (potentially).

Its the start of half term for many of us, what better way to kick a week off :D
Dan the fabulous is back with us from his training break, not sure how long we have him for but really chuffed he will be around on Saturday helping RD. In fact, we have a rather splendid looking bunch of volunteers set. Think there is one role up for grabs??

See you there, yes! :D:D:D

 

Harrogate parkrun #372 Run Report

It was a beautiful Saturday morning yesterday and almost perfect conditions for running.

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Our Run Report for event #372 has been brought to you courtesy of a parkrun tourist, Liz Piper, from York.  Our thanks to you, Liz, we really appreciate you taking the time for this as well as your visitor's perspective of why Harrogate parkrun is so fab!  Over to you...

"A mild Saturday morning with blue sky and fluffy cotton-wool clouds - what nicer weather could you ask for, to put on trainers and go for a run around Harrogate's Stray, with the birds singing in the trees and the wind in your hair! 

Harrogate parkrun 372 Beautiful Morning

And how much better still, to join the group of friendly people gathered together at the start, waiting to take part in Harrogate’s 372nd parkrun? With 515 runners and a whole bevy of volunteers there was plenty of friendly company to make the day special.

Harrogate parkrun 372 gathering

After an introduction to the course for those who had not run it before, and final instructions about which side of the flags to run to avoid trampling the wealth of crocuses in bloom around the area, we were off to run the three laps on grassy ground that is the Harrogate course.  This week the course was noted for a biting little wind that sprang up at the beginning and seemed to follow us around.  There was also what appeared to be a pop up tea stop on the third corner, but who has time to stop for a cuppa during a run!

parkrun is there for all abilities of runners, from beginners and those who prefer to walk, to those who (to quote one new runner) ‘race past in a flash of lycra at unbelievable speeds’.  (But more about that in the results section of the website.)  Today the course was thickly coated in marshals who were keeping us up to date with advice about crocuses and debris from windy weather, and cheering us on.  There were also those at the finish who asked us to, "cosy up and make friends" in the finishing funnel.  Thank you to all of you - it’s a cold job standing still and we really appreciate what you do for us.  And thank you too to those of you who turned up early to mark the course and make sure that everything was ready for the event."

(Ed: With thanks to Mark Shelton for the photos.)

Now for the results.

Male placings:  First past the post in a time of 17mins 10 was Chris Miller from Harrogate Harriers and AC, followed by Gareth Somerville from the same club in 18mins 56.  Martin Lofthouse from Nidd Valley Road Runners came 5th (fourth male) in 19mins 21.

Female placings:  Helen Thurston from Ilkley Harriers came in first woman (fourth place over all) in a time of 19mins 01 - a new personal best for her.  Second woman back was Sally Armitage also from Ilkley Harriers with a time of 21mins 05.  Amelie Aylesbury came third 21min 47.

Milestones: Simon Hogg completed his 200th run today - not an official milestone (Ed: #arbitrary) but pretty impressive all the same.  And an amazing 71 people achieved their own personal best records on a course with the added complications of dodging the crocuses.

Well done to all of you.

Why not come and join us again next Saturday.  Bring a friend (you know it will do them good to be woken up and dragged outside; that’s what friends are for) - you might even like to join our band of happy volunteers - there are plenty of opportunities to help out and we are always pleased to see new recruits.  Just take a look at our parkrun web page and send us an email at HarrogateHelpers@parkrun.com if you would like to take part as a volunteer."

We are looking a little shy on the volunteer front for the next few weeks, so please would you take a look at the volunteer rosters for the next few weeks to see where you might be able to help.  It is only thanks to our great volunteer teams that parkruns around the world continue to happen every Saturday. Harrogate is no exception and without your kindness we would not be able to put on this wonderful free event. If you would like to help out please visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/harrogate/volunteer/ for more information or talk to anyone in a yellow vest on parkrun day, then email us at harrogatehelpers@parkrun.com to get involved. If you still want to run, don't let that put you off; we have lots of jobs where you can volunteer but still complete a run!

And that's it for this week.  Just a few reminders...

Post run refreshments - Join us at Caffe Marconi (2 Princes Square) each week after parkrun to catch up, process the results, have a coffee and a good old chat. The food and drinks are great and Sarah and her team are huge fans of parkrun! It's good fun and you can even get your result early!

In Case of Emergency - Please double check that your emergency contact details are complete and up to date on your parkrun profile. You'll find a link to your profile on your weekly results email and newsletters or via this How can I access my profile / account? link. It only takes a few moments, put could really help us to help you if and when you most need it.

Barcodes - Is your printed barcode looking tired or not scanning easily? There are a range of tough and durable plastic parkrun barcode ID tags and parkrun wristbands available via http://www.parkrun-barcode.org.uk/ These are the only UK authorised and professionally printed tags and feature the parkrun branding and logo, your athlete details and can also be personalised with your ICE (In Case of Emergency) telephone number and additional information including specific medical details. They come in a range of options and can be attached to a key ring, laces, and running vest zip or worn on a lanyard.

And now the official bit:

This week 515 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 49 were first timers and 72 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 39 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Sean BRENNAN • Lorna ELEY • Ted WELTON • Louisa WELTON • Benjamin COOPER • David HARRIS • Joseph HARRIS • Fiona BARKLEY • Jeremy SCOTT • Liz PIPER • Caroline RAINBOW - GARDENER • Matt PAXTON • Andrea PRICE • Jane ROBBINS • Phil VENTRESS • Jeff WALKER • Mark SHELTON • Mark TAYLOR • Edna WOOD • Gavin SMITH • Colin PHILPOTT • Rob NORTHFIELD • Susan ROGERS • Jonathan MAKIN • Hilary PHILPOTT • Billy FOX • Edward GREEN

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

The female record is held by Rosie SMITH who recorded a time of 17:28 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 196).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 14:54 on 3rd November 2018 (event number 357).
The Age Grade course record is held by Andy GRANT who recorded 90.63% (16:01) on 1st September 2018 (event number 348).

Harrogate parkrun started on 21st January 2012. Since then 14,025 participants have completed 111,804 parkruns covering a total distance of 559,020 km, including 18,691 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,259 individuals have volunteered 8,259 times.

 

Midweek message for Harrogate parkrun #372

Hope you are having a great week of preparation for this week's parkrun.

Apologies for having to cancel last week's run because of the very high winds. The wind really does whip across The Stray and there were trees and branches down in various areas of it. It is not just the course we have to consider but people getting to and from it safely as well. But better news this week. The weather is warming up, with only a gentle breeze to rustle the branches, so it's looking good at this point.

To continue a previous poetic theme and with apologies to Mr Wordsworth...

I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er Stray and focuses,
On a Harrogate parkrun crowd,
And a host, of golden (and white...and purple) crocuses;
Beside The Stray, near the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.

Yes, the croci have started making their annual appearance. It is important that we continue to be good stewards of The Stray so please do listen to the pre-run brief for the inevitable course variations as a result of their prescence.

On the topic of the pre-run brief, please can I ask for everyone to respect their fellow participants and the volunteers by being quiet during the briefing. Talking through it is making it difficult for people to hear, with the size we have grown to (the Harrogate parkrun, not the Run Directors). An integral part of parkrun is the social aspect so why not turn up slightly earlier to make time for your chat with old & new friends .... or even join us at Cafe Marconi afterwards?? Hmmmm coffeeee......

We are still a little light on some volunteers for this Saturday. If anyone is able to step up and help, that would be amazing. If so, please email the Harrogate office on harrogate@parkrun.com with your name and barcode number. Thank you.

Have a fantastic rest of the week and see you Saturday morning on the Stray.

#DFYB - Don't Forget Your Barcode

 

Harrogate parkrun #371 run report

Well on arriving at the Stray to set the course up this week we were relived that the overnight snow was pretty grippy and we were good to go ahead with the run.

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As ever this was all made possible by our wonderful volunteers.

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The frozen ground did mean a brief return to the old summer round the tree's route. Hope you made the most of it because the crocuses are coming so expect some route changes in the coming weeks as we avoid both them and Yorkshire Water's pipeline replacement works which will be coming to a park near you soon.

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We had a few milestone runners this week, Jakob KIMBERLING joins the 10 Club, Timothy RICHARDSON clocked up his 50th and John-Paul SHERLEY-PRICE completed his 100th parkrun, brilliant!

Post run we got to catch up with the delightful Andrew LANE and to admire his golden barcode. Andrew was one of the "parkrun Pioneers" who ran the first ever Bush Park Time Trial, which for those of you not up with your parkrun history was the event that started it all.

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And that's it for this week just a few reminders.

Post run refreshments - Join us at Caffe Marconi (2 Princes Square) each week after parkrun to catch up, process the results, have a coffee and a good old chat. The food and drinks are great and Sarah and her team are huge fans of parkrun! It's good fun and you can even get your result early!

 

In Case of Emergency - Please double check that your emergency contact details are complete and up to date on your parkrun profile. You'll find a link to your profile on your weekly results email and newsletters or via this How can I access my profile / account? link. It only takes a few moments, put could really help us to help you if and when you most need it.

Barcodes - Is your printed barcode looking tired or not scanning easily? There are a range of tough and durable plastic parkrun barcode ID tags and parkrun wristbands available via http://www.parkrun-barcode.org.uk/ These are the only UK authorised and professionally printed tags and feature the parkrun branding and logo, your athlete details and can also be personalised with your ICE (In Case of Emergency) telephone number and additional information including specific medical details. They come in a range of options and can be attached to a key ring, laces, and running vest zip or worn on a lanyard.

Volunteering -  It is thanks to our great volunteer teams that parkruns around the world continue to happen every Saturday. Harrogate is no exception and without your kindness we would not be able to put on this wonderful free event. If you would like to help out please visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/harrogate/volunteer/for more information or talk to anyone in a yellow vest on parkrun day and then email us at harrogatehelpers@parkrun.com to get involved. If you still want to run don't let that put you off we have lots of jobs where you can still run !

And now the official bit:

Harrogate parkrun
Event number 371
2nd February 2019

This week 392 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 41 were first timers and 14 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Sean BRENNAN • Stephen KIRK • Alexandra WHAPPLES • Lorna ELEY • Ted WELTON • Benjamin COOPER • David HARRIS • Joseph HARRIS • Barry COTTAM • Nicola CARTER • Fiona BARKLEY • Jack Edward BRIGGS • Craig Robert BARSTOW • Matt PAXTON • J David THOMAS • Phil VENTRESS • Alice FEATHERSTONE • Jeff WALKER • Alastair LOCKE • Justin LOCKE • Gavin SMITH • Harry TILSON • Helen SENIOR • Freya PARKER • Nicky WHITTAKER • Edward GREEN • Chris BIRRELL

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

The female record is held by Rosie SMITH who recorded a time of 17:28 on 3rd October 2015 (event number 196).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 14:54 on 3rd November 2018 (event number 357).
The Age Grade course record is held by Andy GRANT who recorded 90.63% (16:01) on 1st September 2018 (event number 348).

Harrogate parkrun started on 21st January 2012. Since then 13,976 participants have completed 111,289 parkruns covering a total distance of 556,445 km, including 18,619 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,258 individuals have volunteered 8,232 times.

 

 

The fabulous mid-week message – with added rhymes

It's midweek, it's Wednesday
We're half way through the week
Get ready to chase a new PB
If that is what you seek

Or maybe the friendship
The coffee and the cake
The cheers as you cross the line
Whatever time you take

Each finish an achievement
We celebrate them all
So come on down this parkrunday
We're going to have a ball!

See you at the bench just before 9! #DFYB.

 

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