Welcoming our visitors – event #38

One of the most heartening things about hosting a parkrun is providing a warm welcome to visitors from far and wide. Whether it’s parkrun tourists, world travellers or families visiting a local relative, there’s never a week when we’re not joined by some fine folk from a further afield. This week was no exception, as we welcomed participants from Avon Valley, Leigh-on-Sea, Huntingdon, Milton Keynes, Keighley, Barnsley, Scunthorpe, Walsall, Milnthorpe, Prestwich, Farsley, Skipton and York to name but a few!

Our lovely parkrunners head upwards on their second circuit
Our lovely parkrunners head upwards on their second circuit

As a relatively ‘new’ parkrun, we’re also seeing lots of local folk coming along to try out our course for the first time – and this took a boost this week with the unfortunate postponement of the excellent Fountains Abbey parkrun, many of whose regulars joined us, along with a number from the flooded Wetherby event. As a result, nearly a third of our field were with us for the first time – amazing! We hope that you will return to visit us again in future!

Beneath the busy bridge, the River Nidd roared in appreciation!

Beneath the busy bridge, the River Nidd roared in appreciation!

The sunny yellow of Nidd Valley was in abundance!

The sunny yellow of Nidd Valley was in abundance!

Bringing some welcome 'sunshine' to our event were the 47 yellow vests of Nidd
Valley Road Runners, who had relocated from Wetherby to test themselves around our event on the edge of Knaresborough.

We were fortunate that a couple of days of respite from the recent storms had given the course a chance to dry out and whilst still far from perfect, it offered a chance for 34 parkrunners to improve on their previous times around the circuit – impressive stuff!

One of our RD team, Julian, clearly enjoying 'just running'!

One of our RD team, Julian, clearly enjoying 'just running'!

Whilst the first little glimpses of Storm Dennis began to show at 9am, it didn’t dampen spirits and everyone did well to cope with conditions which literally changed with each step. As for the ever-dampening finish area, the words of Paul Simon seem apt: “…you know, the nearer your destination, the more you're slip slidin' away…”

One-Five-Two... where are you?

One-Five-Two... where are you?

As 220 satisfied parkrunners headed home to shelter from the incoming storm, they did so having ticked off their walks, jogs and runs for the day and our fantastic team of volunteers adjourned to process results and count tokens. On that note, we do have one token currently missing… if you collected token 152, or perhaps picked it up around the site, please would you let us know and we will reunite it with its friends.


Finally, THE STATISTICS:
This week 220 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 63 were first timers and 34 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 21 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 17 volunteers:

Thomas WATSON • Caroline DICKSON • Stephen MORLAND • Catherine MORLAND • Libby BRENNAN • Nicola CARTER • Alex GIBSON • Linda DODSWORTH • Suzy WOOD • Joanne WELLING • Jackie KNIGHT • Isaac MORLAND • Jackie REED • Spike BROWNLEES • Kevin MILLAR • Tamia AVILA • John DICKSON
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Conyngham Hall parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6).
The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31).
The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).
Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,452 participants have completed 5,766 parkruns covering a total distance of 28,830 km, including 930 new Personal Bests. A total of 237 individuals have volunteered 794 times.


So, you made it to the bottom. Maybe you really love statistics, in which case it won’t have escaped your attention that at our next event we should pass the 2,500 mark for participants and in the next few weeks we should smash past 30,000km!

 

All the firsts at Conyngham Hall parkrun #37

A lovely cold and sunny morning greeted our first time run director, Shannon Sinton, at Conyngham Hall this week. It was lovely to see one of our frequent junior volunteers step up to the big job! All 130 runners were briefed and the hazards around our half path, half trial course expertly described. We had a shout out to Dave Glover, who competed his 50th parkrun with us and welcomed visitors from Durham and Horsforth.

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Shannon congratulated our first three gentlemen to complete the course: Phil Boynton, James Ireland and Stephen Morland. Phil (centre) was very complementary about the course and we are glad you enjoyed it!

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Our first junior runner came in an amazing 6th place overall. Absolutely fantastic result, Jamie Jelf, in the centre of the picture here, with his brother, Harry, on the left.

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Our first lady home was Mhairi Sellars. Mhairi is a frequent runner and volunteer at Conyngham and completed an extra lap after everyone had finished to make sure we had not left any flag or signs out on the course.

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Once we had collected all our equipment, we moved to the Black Mulberry for our usual Saturday morning treats while processing the results. Congratulations to all of this weeks runners and walkers and many thanks to all our volunteers; we couldn’t do it without all of you!

The official bit...
Conyngham Hall parkrun - Event #37
This week 130 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 30 were first timers and 19 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 15 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 18 volunteers:

Lizzie MEDWELL • Mhairi SELLAR • Sean BRENNAN • Thomas WATSON • Stephen MORRIS • Linda DODSWORTH • Joanne WELLING • Ian POWELL • Emma KILMURRAY • Tom KILMURRAY • Ruth MANN • David SINTON • Shannon SINTON • Pete NOBLE • James NOBLE • Jackie REED • Spike BROWNLEES • Kevin MILLAR
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Conyngham Hall parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6).
The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31).
The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).
Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,389 participants have completed 5,546 parkruns covering a total distance of 27,730 km, including 894 new Personal Bests. A total of 234 individuals have volunteered 777 times.

 

The breezy one

It was certainly a breezy one on Saturday which means the course is starting to dry out beautifully and some faster times / PBs are starting to be set.

We had a fabulous 138 participants.  This is marginally down on recent weeks but Knaresborough Striders, the town's own running club, did have their annual club dinner the night before and to be honest, it was surprising to see as many of them as we did! (Ed: Other running clubs are available - some are almost as good.)

Our visitors are huge part of Conyngham Hall parkrun and this week we welcomed them from as far afield as Ecuador (great to have you back again) and Japan. A huge thank you goes to everyone because the constant feedback we get is "I can't believe everyone is so friendly!"

We had one of those rare quirks of fate in the results - Rod Wilson in at #38 was just pipped to the line Rob Milson at #37! It'll be interesting to see if we get anything pop up this week.

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Out post-event coffee...and pancakes... or tea cake....or sausage sandwich...or whatever you fancy, is at the Black Mulberry café along the waterside near the viaduct.  There's a great atmosphere and it's there we do the results processing and token sorting.  Please do join us for a bit of parkpfaff and general chit chat of all things parkrun.

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And so to the official bit.

This week 138 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 30 were first timers and 22 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 13 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 23 volunteers:

Thomas WATSON • Nicola CARTER • Emma HARROP • Andy HULL • Sarah GORE • Fiona CUNNINGHAM • Linda DODSWORTH • Steve DODSWORTH • Andrew HARROP • Paula WILKINSON • Mark TAYLOR • Joanne WELLING • Euan MADDEN • Emma HALL • Shannon SINTON • Brian NOBLE • Michael DOBSON • Pete NOBLE • James NOBLE • Paul REED • Jackie REED • Spike BROWNLEES • Kevin MILLAR

The full results and a complete event history can be found on the Conyngham Hall parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6).
The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31).

And considering Conyngham Hall is roughly reckoned to be about 1½ minutes slower than other nearby parkruns, those are both crackin' times.

The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).

Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,359 participants have completed 5,416 parkruns covering a total distance of 27,080 km, including 875 new Personal Bests. A total of 234 individuals have volunteered 759 times.

Did you know the beautiful wooden sculptures around the games field part of the course werer created by Yorkshire Driftwood, an organisation who offer support and creative opportunities to young people with disabilities.  Going by the scupltures we see on the course every week, there is some serious creative talent out there!

 

Celebrating female participation

On Sat 7th March, we will be joining in with the parkrun celebrations to mark International Women's Day (which falls on Sun 8th March) and will also support the 'This Girl Can' compaign. We want to get as many females participating and helping as possible, so bring along a female friend, family member or work colleague, especially if they've not been to parkrun before, or get in touch to be added to the volunteer roster (email us at conynghamhall@parkrun.com).

We'll have a special selfie frame for the day so you can snap and share away, and if you've got it, wear purple! We'd love to see a swathe of purple attired participants of all sexes shapes and sizes. Go on, start mentioning it to that person who you know would love parkrun and might need that extra bit of incentive to come along to their first.

 

The one with milestones, cake and a visit from a very important Mum

The weather was mild and the ground slightly drier than recent weeks as 153 parkrunners joined us on Saturday and helped celebrate milestones aplenty: Rod Wilson completed his 50th parkrun, Shane Corcoran joined the Cowell club by making Conyngham Hall the 100th different parkrun he had completed and Mark Taylor (Co ED) completed his 100th parkrun. (Amanda Schofield also achieved her 100th parkrun, we’ll give you a shout out next week Amanda!) The conditions lead to a fair few PBs and the celebrations meant we got to eat cake afterwards which is always a nice treat.

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Briefing done, we headed to the start, where checking of watches and positioning for PBs took place, and then 3..2..1.. parkrun! Great marshalling and encouraging from our fantastic marshals around the course as always.

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Just before 10, the tail walker was in and we were packing up heading for the cafe

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, where we were joined by two miscreants who had run at Wetherby before heading back to be with their nearest and dearest (I'm sure the Black Mulberry sausage and egg sandwiches had nothing to do with it).

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Results processing didn't go as smoothly as usual this week, due to gremlins hiding in the scanning file, so it took some extra sorting out and a re-publishing of results but we got there. The kit is now packed away, having a snooze in full readiness for doing it all again next Saturday.

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And now for the stats

Conyngham Hall parkrun, Event number 35, 25th January 2020

This week 154 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 36 were first timers and 49 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 15 volunteers:

Thomas WATSON • Stephen MORRIS • Claire BURTON • Phillip HARRISON • Linda DODSWORTH • James STRUTT • Mark TAYLOR • Joanne WELLING • Ian POWELL • Ruth MANN • Shannon SINTON • Kathryn LARWOOD • Paul REED • Jackie REED • Spike BROWNLEES

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

The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6).
The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31).
The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).

Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,329 participants have completed 5,278 parkruns covering a total distance of 26,390 km, including 853 new Personal Bests. A total of 232 individuals have volunteered 736 times.

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Final note, congratulations if you've made it this far. A big shout out to all our visitors this week including those from Oxford, Nottingham, London, Ireland, Leeds, Barnsley and my Mum visiting from Lytham (Mum started parkrun at the youthful age of 70 having never run in her life before. 18 months on and she's done 59 parkruns and volunteered over 10 times. Can you tell I'm proud?

Linda

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(My Mum)

 

Dates for your diary

Sat 29th February - a leap year day parkrun. It’s the first time Feb 29th has fallen on a Saturday since before parkrun began and the next time will be 2048, so it’s going to be a little bit special. Not sure how we’ll mark it yet, but we’ll be doing something, so make sure you join us that Saturday.

Sat 7th March - we’ll be celebrating International Women’s Day (which falls on Sun 8th). Two ideas for this. 1. Everyone of all sexes to wear purple if they can to show their support. Plus, we’re going to have an all female volunteer team that day - girl power - so if you fancy getting involved, drop us a line.  We did consider having an all male volunteer team so all the the girls and women could run but decided that we preferred the control of organising it :-)

Sat 28th March - Youth takeover. The young have it. The volunteer team to be filled by our fantastic U18s in every role. The idea came from Shannon, one of our regular U18 volunteers and she will be our Run Director for the day. Don’t worry, we’ll keep an eye on them all. Any children wanting to marshal (and we do hope lots of you will) will sport the hi-vis and have the radio, but they’ll need to bring along a responsible adult to support them. In the finish area, we’ll have a mix of U18s who are fine doing the role on their own, plus some who need to bring along their adult support crew. We’ll also ensure we have a least one floating responsible adult from our core team keeping an overall eye on the finish area. It should be a great parkrun, get your names on the roster early.

 

Visiting Conyngham Hall parkrun No. 34

January 18th 2020 saw me and my pals complete our first ever Conyngham Hall parkrun. We’re locals from York and we’ve been looking forward to coming since you launched...planning originally to come on an occasion the parkrun was cancelled.

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It was a beautiful cold, bright winter’s morning and the perfect conditions for a run...and it’s far from a PB course which meant I could enjoy a relaxed effort today.

 

We were joined by a volunteer roster full of people from the local Slimming World group, organised by Donna Tucker, and they were so enthusiastic and encouraging. I love a roster takeover, it’s such a great way to introduce new people to the joys of parkrun.

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Conyngham Hall parkrun is an ‘undulating’ course starting with some tarmac path that soon moves on to a degree of mud and grass. I really enjoyed the varied terrain and I have definitely used some different muscles today compared to when I run my standard ‘flat as a pancake’ York parkrun. It was the perfect opportunity to christen my new trail shoes, they are just a touch muddier than at 8.45 am this morning. It was great to see so many dogs out n about and enjoying a run today and I always have to say a special well done to all the under 11s that manage to out-sprint their responsible adult.

My husband was happily keeping me company for today's run but he was a little disappointed it wasn’t over with after lap 1. I welcomed another trip around the course to take it all in a little better. A sprint finish at the end between us but I nearly gave him the ‘win’ when I didn’t realise the finish line was a little further ahead. For me, parkrun isn’t about speed or my finishing time; it’s about spending time outdoors with friends...and the post-run caffeine/calories.

Conyngham Hall will be a regular tourist spot for us; joining our list of favourites including Fountains Abbey, Castle Howard and Dalby Forest. It will be great to see how your run changes over the seasons and we will no doubt be back in the Spring to experience it.

Abbie Brooks

 

Windy in places on a record breaking weekend

It was a little blustery when I arrived to set the course up on Saturday morning. Would there be any trees down on the course, would the cones at the Hall gate stay put and would we have a record attendance if Harrogate parkrun was called off (the wind was even stronger on The Stray)…..all thoughts that went through my head! After our band of set up volunteers started to report back that there were no issues out on the course, my worries settled and by the time our first parkrunners were heading down the car park to the farm ruins for the briefing, the wind had died down nicely and we were ready to get event number 33 off at 9am sharp!

The course is well and truly a multi terrain course at present – nicely tarmaced paths, the slippy “bed race” slope, the gravelly climb to the top field and the damp, muddy grass of Horseshoe Field – but that doesn’t seem to be putting people off. We had tourists from Bradford and Harrogate parkruns (ok so I’m not really sure a trip from Harrogate classes as tourism!) to take on the course and they were part of history! Our 172 participants and 20 volunteers on Saturday were part of a bit of parkrun history – the first ever weekend to see more than 400,000 people walk, jog, run or volunteer at parkrun events in a single weekend! Well done everyone!

We have the fantastic Ruth taking on RD duties this coming Saturday and she will be assisted by a group from the Slimming World group in Harrogate who are doing a volunteer takeover. So with the volunteer roster looking very healthy for this Saturday, why not take a look for the forthcoming weeks and email us to get your name alongside one of the volunteer roles? You would be more than welcome and full training is given – why not make volunteering once a month a belated New Years resolution?!

Have a great week everyone!

 

Now for the stats from Saturday’s run…..

This week 172 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 37 were first timers and 29 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 14 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 20 volunteers: Stephen MORRIS • James WRIGHT • Christina DOBINSON • Nicola CARTER • Emma HARROP • Andrew HARROP • Euan MADDEN • Ian POWELL • Fiona SLIGHT • Jackie KNIGHT • Vanessa EL-ETRIBY • Ruth MANN • David SINTON • Shannon SINTON • Andy EASTON • Leo EL-ETRIBY • Hugo EL-ETRIBY • Ava DOBINSON • Pete NOBLE • James NOBLE

Saturday’s full results and a complete event history can be found on the Conyngham Hall parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6). The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31). The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).

Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,243 participants have completed 4,945 parkruns covering a total distance of 24,725 km, including 786 new Personal Bests. A total of 217 individuals have volunteered 697 times.

 

New Year, Same Great parkrun!

2019 was a special year for us at Conyngham Hall parkrun. It was the year it all began for us: Event number #1! We started with the 'A Course' in the Summer and saw many marvellous runners taking on Muddy Bank and storming up Conyngham Hall Hill!

Since those early days, we have had to make some adjustments to the course due to the Winter months and the challenges they bring with them... particularly the rain and the mud. Today we therefore ran our 'C Course', cutting out Muddy Bank and adding in some sections of two way traffic, allowing for a beautiful 5K walk, jog or run.

In the spirit of New Year, we had some people joining us for their first parkrun, and some people their third of the week! All were welcomed and encouraged by a fantastic set of volunteers, including our mini marshals on percussion!

We also had Baylee completing his 10th parkrun, which means he can now claim his Junior10 T-Shirt! Congratulations, Baylee!

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Conyngham Hall parkrun
Event number 32
4th January 2020

This week 171 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 53 were first timers and 30 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 22 volunteers:

Sean BRENNAN • Darren BURTON • Caroline DICKSON • Claire BURTON • James WRIGHT • Derek DOBINSON • Louise MAILE • Fiona CUNNINGHAM • Julian CARR • Carla REDDISH • Euan MADDEN • Fyn LEES • Fraser DOBINSON • Emma KILMURRAY • Tom KILMURRAY • Ruth MANN • David SINTON • Shannon SINTON • Beyhan AKYOLLU • Sebastian LEES • Ava DOBINSON • Jackie REED

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

The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6).
The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31).
The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).

Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,206 participants have completed 4,773 parkruns covering a total distance of 23,865 km, including 757 new Personal Bests. A total of 213 individuals have volunteered 677 times.

 

Something a bit special!

The New Year. For some: just another day; a unit of measure. But for others: a time to gather with friends, think about trying something new, be optimistic and look to the future. It seemed to be that the latter was most in evidence at Conyngham Hall parkrun as the sun rose on a new decade...

It was indeed time for something new as our first ever New Year's Day event was scheduled for 10.30am, the next step in the short history of our event. Whilst optimistic, we frankly had little idea what might happen! All we could do was prepare, build our 'field of dreams' and see whether the parkrunners would come. The course was being laid out as the first sunbeams of the year appeared over the trees downstream on the River Nidd, illuminating the remnants of farm buildings which would form our extended finishers funnel for the day. As the volunteer team began to gather, we heard news from up the road that our friends at Harrogate had seen a healthy 9am turnout and that the ribbon of tarmac between our two towns now featured scores of runners headed for the old farm... What resulted was rather special - a real joy - take a look!

The sun breaks, the course is being set.

The sun breaks; the course is being set.

Just a few of the incredible 264 people who doubled-up, many of whom ran from Harrogate!

Just a few of the incredible 264 people who doubled-up!

By 10.30am briefing it was clear - we had a record on our hands!

By 10.30am it was clear - we had a record on our hands!

Amongst those taking in the briefing we had a gentleman from New Zealand and members of 70 different clubs!

Amongst those taking in the briefing we had a gentleman from New Zealand and members of 70 different clubs!

Amongst those heading up to the start there were 228 first-timers and members of 70 clubs!

Time to head up to the start. Somewhere in there we have 228 first-timers and a new fastest lady!

Lap 1 well underway and the first chance to greet fellow parkrunners heading int he opposite direction!

Lap 1 well underway and the first chance to greet fellow parkrunners heading in the opposite direction!

The Conyngham climb and our various 'undulations' proved popular!

The Conyngham climb and our various 'undulations' proved popular!

Just a few of the delighted participants out on the games field loop.

Just a few of the delighted participants out on the games field loop.

Conditions were great for an enjoyable run/jog/walk and plenty of cheering-on!

Conditions were great for an enjoyable run/jog/walk and plenty of cheering-on!

Our extended funnel worked (phew) and everyone was brilliantly behaved!

Our extended funnel worked (phew) and everyone was brilliantly behaved!

Lots of lovely chatter about the course afterwards as our 460 participants returned.

Lots of lovely chatter about the course afterwards as our 460 participants returned.

Hi-vis heroics - not a token dropped and we even saw the first appearance of the 'green tokens' to take us into the 400s!

Hi-vis heroics - not a token dropped and we even saw the first appearance of the 'green tokens' to take us into the 400s!

Our epic token-sorters at The Black Mulberry afterwards!

Our epic token-sorters at The Black Mulberry afterwards!

So a huge THANK YOU to everyone involved in our New Year's Day event. It was truly memorable, but only happened with the involvement of our parkrunners, be they jogging, walking, running or volunteering.

Ah yes, volunteering... a beautiful roster of future events awaits you, so why not return to see us soon and perhaps consider lending a helping hand on the odd occasion. It's now statistically proven (in the recent parkrun study) to be even more rewarding than running! If you haven't done so already, why not opt-in to receive our volunteer emails? Pull up your results email, head down to the section marked 'Volunteer opt-in' and click the link there. We'd love to have you on board.

Finally, a reminder that Conyngham Hall parkrun returns sooner than usual on Saturday 4th January. Why not head down to take part or volunteer? email conynghamhall@parkrun.com to join Fiona and her team.

Conyngham Hall parkrun
Event number 31
1st January 2020

This week 460 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 228 were first timers and 23 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 70 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 31 volunteers:

Lizzie MEDWELL • Clare PECKETT • Kelly SQUIRES • Stephen MORLAND • James WRIGHT • Catherine MORLAND • Libby BRENNAN • Nicola CARTER • Donna TUCKER • Sarah GORE • Linda DODSWORTH • Steve DODSWORTH • James WARBURTON • Andy DEIGHTON • Mark TAYLOR • Mark GARDNER • Tracy HATTEN • Ruth MANN • David SINTON • Sarah CRAWSHAW • Maureen WORLEY • Helen HEATON • Isaac MORLAND • Anna MURPHY • John WORLEY • Ewan EDMONDSON • Katrina SKEER • Mary CRAWSHAW-RALLI • Kathryn LARWOOD • Paul REED • Jackie REED

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

The male record is held by Reece DALTON who recorded a time of 17:18 on 29th June 2019 (event number 6).
The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:42 on 1st January 2020 (event number 31).
The Age Grade course record is held by Geoffrey HOWARD who recorded 80.81% (23:27) on 18th May 2019 (event number 1).

Conyngham Hall parkrun started on 18th May 2019. Since then 2,153 participants have completed 4,602 parkruns covering a total distance of 23,010 km, including 727 new Personal Bests. A total of 211 individuals have volunteered 655 times.


So you made it to the bottom - well done you! Did you know that 6 of the participants finished in the same positions at both Harrogate and Conyngham Hall? You do now.

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