Unless your lucky enough to have traveled abroad the majority of you wont remember the order of the universe, contrary to popular belief the world doesn't actually revolve around our children, it revolves round the sun. The Sun is a mystical star some ninety three million miles away, Now if you have never seen it before and was wondering why the sky looked a more vibrant colour than usual this morning, that would be because the sun put in a very rare appearance, Yes the sun came out!
Enough of that. The slopes were full of puddles and far to wet to run on safely so it was back to the lollipop for muddy fun this morning. We had a great turnout of 277 enthusiastic runners with a wide range of abilities from Steve Hobbs first to cross the line in an impressive personal best to Justin bringing up the rear as today's tail walker, we had a number of new runners and a few tourists today, and if you're going on tour to Whitstable when better than when the sun is out. I do hope you all enjoyed your start to the weekend and hope you all come back next week for more Whitstable parkrun fun, If the weather forecast is correct we may just be back on the grass next week, Oh before I go what did you think of our Starter this morning?
Thank you Lola (age 7)
Thanks to all the helpers as usual, and don't forget if you haven't volunteered yet, click on the volunteer link on the website.
You all know how it goes No Volunteers No parkrun: So don't leave it to others, it's great fun.
See you all next week
|Journalist report is now available for Whitstable parkrun, Event number 396|
|You can find the journalist report for Whitstable parkrun, event 396 on 2018-04-14 here. Please note that this service only displays the journalist report for your most recent run - so if you want to save a copy make sure you do so before your next run.|
|The Whitstable parkrun team|