Mizzle. 16th June 2018

Lanhydrock parkrun
Event number 229
16th June 2018

This week 157 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 33 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 15 volunteers:

Mary MULLARKEY • Ian RINGER • Eldred HICKS • Matt HARRISON • Pauline MONTGOMERY • Emma STEPHENS • Sam CLEEVE • Anna DUNKLEY • Joanna COLLINS • Linda SCHUMANN • Pippa RICHES • Mark ROWE • Kim TOLFREY • Nik HOWARD • Madelin BLAKE-SCHUMANN

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

The female record is held by Emily PROTO who recorded a time of 19:38 on 25th October 2014 (event number 40).
The male record is held by Dan RODGERS who recorded a time of 16:23 on 11th April 2015 (event number 64).
The female record is held by Amy SOLE who recorded a time of 19:38 on 8th July 2017 (event number 181).
The Age Grade course record is held by Maureen LANEY who recorded 85.83% (22:56) on 6th August 2016 (event number 133).

Lanhydrock parkrun started on 18th January 2014. Since then 8,946 participants have completed 34,013 parkruns covering a total distance of 170,065 km, including 6,419 new Personal Bests.

 

Lanhydrock parkrun news. Lanhydrock parkrun defibrillator (AED) fundraising.

cardiacWe love parkrun

We love Lanhydrock parkrun, and enjoy being part of a great community that has been going and growing for over 4 years, that reached a new record high of 442 participants over the Christmas period. Organising parkrun each week does take effort from all of our volunteers, we find it very rewarding, and we want to ensure that we do the best we can for our runners.

Since we started in January 2014, we have been fortunate and had no major incidents. We have had to deal with some issues, but these have been successfully managed and there have been no serious implications for anyone.

We are conscious that, as we have more and more participants, the risk of one of our runners experiencing cardiac arrest increases. Should this happen, the chances of a positive outcome for the sufferer can be dramatically increased if an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is available and deployed quickly.

parkrun is passionate about providing simple, free and safe events ,parkruns vision to have AEDs available at all parkruns is becoming closer, with only a small handful of parkruns without an AED. Therefore Lanhydrock parkrun is looking to purchase an AED for the protection of our runners and we need your help to do this. Hopefully we will never need to use it but we recognise that the deployment of an AED could save lives.

AEDs, also known as PADs, Defibrillators or “Defibs”, are portable electronic devices that in the event of a cardiac arrest, use an electric shock to re-establish an effective heart rhythm. Quite simply, an AED can be the difference between life and death.

What do we need?

The core team has been looking into different options of having an AED for Lanhydrock parkrun. The National Trust have their own AED, but after exploring options available we believe that purchasing an AED for use at parkrun and possibly junior parkrun is our only option. All core team members would receive the necessary awareness training on the AED.

We want to raise sufficient funds to purchase the AED and provide basic training sessions for the core volunteer team (including future training for other volunteers), totalling around £1000. The AED is simple to use and will only deliver an electrical charge if it (not the rescuer) detects that one is needed, by measuring the heart rhythm.

We need your help!

This is where you, our fantastic Lanhydrock parkrun community come in. I spoke to you all at last weeks run briefing informing you of our intention, and the response from you all was amazing.

Donations are easy!

We are grateful for any donation that you can give, no matter how big or small, as they will all help us reach our target.

You can donate through the "About Us" page on the Lanhydrock parkrun website. Click on the "donate to parkrun" button in the middle of the screen. On the screen after you enter your PayPal or card details add a "Special instruction to the seller" saying "For Lanhydrock parkrun AED".

Finally, if you know of any companies or organisations that may be willing to make a donation then please let us know.

 

Thank you for reading this far - we appreciate your support and it will benefit the whole of the Lanhydrock parkrun community.

Lesley Taphouse (Event Director ) and the core Lanhydrock team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lanhydrock Run Report 226 26/05/18

It was a lovely sunny morning this week, the sun was shining and the cows were being very friendly, they were lining up alongside the runners at the start. Lanhydrock is always happy welcome visitors  and this week due to the holiday weekend there were quite a few tourist paying us a visit/

In all 205 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 48 were first timers and 26 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 36 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by our 18 fabulous volunteers:

Mary MULLARKEY • Calvin MUDD • Helen GAMLEN • John LILLIS • Ian RINGER • Jenny SAUNTER • Dave SAUNTER • Eldred HICKS • Rebecca BATEMAN • Jen ROBERTSON • Linda SCHUMANN • Hollie FERRIS • Louise WILLCOCK • Daisy ROBERTS • Adam ROBERTS • Emily FILEWOOD • Madelin BLAKE-SCHUMANN • Emma SEVERN

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

The female record is held by Emily PROTO who recorded a time of 19:38 on 25th October 2014 (event number 40).
The male record is held by Dan RODGERS who recorded a time of 16:23 on 11th April 2015 (event number 64).
The female record is held by Amy SOLE who recorded a time of 19:38 on 8th July 2017 (event number 181).
The Age Grade course record is held by Maureen LANEY who recorded 85.83% (22:56) on 6th August 2016 (event number 133).

Lanhydrock parkrun started on 18th January 2014. Since then 8,838 participants have completed 33,469 parkruns covering a total distance of 167,345 km, including 6,325 new Personal Bests.

 

A right royal parkrun.

Lanhydrock parkrun
Event number 225
19th May 2018

This week 149 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 34 were first timers and 20 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 19 volunteers: Many thanks to you all,

Mary MULLARKEY • Calvin MUDD • Emily ELLEN • Dave SAUNTER • Tracey PAUL • Eldred HICKS • Rebecca BATEMAN • Jane STEDMAN • Lesley TAPHOUSE • Alan JEFFREY • John STEDMAN • Christy JOLLIFF • Karen SULLY • Andy CHASE • Louise RICHARDSON • Stacie MARKS • Ryan MARKS • Darren SULLY • Emily FILEWOOD

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

The female record is held by Emily PROTO who recorded a time of 19:38 on 25th October 2014 (event number 40).
The male record is held by Dan RODGERS who recorded a time of 16:23 on 11th April 2015 (event number 64).
The female record is held by Amy SOLE who recorded a time of 19:38 on 8th July 2017 (event number 181).
The Age Grade course record is held by Maureen LANEY who recorded 85.83% (22:56) on 6th August 2016 (event number 133).

Lanhydrock parkrun started on 18th January 2014. Since then 8,790 participants have completed 33,264 parkruns covering a total distance of 166,320 km, including 6,299 new Personal Bests.

 

Lanhydrock Run 223 Report 05/05/18

Lanhydrock parkrun Event number 223 5th May 2018 A glorious sunny morning at Lanhydrock, the bluebells are also just coming into bloom and the course is beautiful as you drop down through the great wood, if you missed it this week make sure you take few seconds next week to look around as you throw yourselves down this first big hill. A big well done to the 236 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 58 were first timers and 43 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 32 different clubs took part, it was certainly warmer than of late, a bit of a shock to the system. As always this event was made possible by our volunteers and this weeks heroes are: Anne DEAR • Ian RINGER • Eldred HICKS • Rebecca BATEMAN • Regan BATEMAN • Alice BAILEY • Dave ANDERSON • Jen ROBERTSON • Grace PRITCHARD • Christopher GARDINER • Logan PIPET • Emily FILEWOOD Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Lanhydrock parkrun Results Page. The female record is held by Emily PROTO who recorded a time of 19:38 on 25th October 2014 (event number 40). The male record is held by Dan RODGERS who recorded a time of 16:23 on 11th April 2015 (event number 64). The female record is held by Amy SOLE who recorded a time of 19:38 on 8th July 2017 (event number 181). The Age Grade course record is held by Maureen LANEY who recorded 85.83% (22:56) on 6th August 2016 (event number 133). Lanhydrock parkrun started on 18th January 2014. Since then 8,736 participants have completed 32,967 parkruns covering a total distance of 164,835 km, including 6,247 new Personal Bests.

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