Enniskillen parkrun is cancelled on 2021-04-17 – COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Arrangements for Christmas & New Year

Xmas parkrun

Arrangements for Christmas and New Year this year will be the same as previous years.

Enniskillen parkrun will run as normal on Saturday 21 and Saturday 28 December 2019, and on Saturday 4 January 2020.

In addition, there will be a parkrun on Wednesday 1 January 2020 to blow those New Year's Eve cobwebs away!  To avoid any confusion, we're starting at the usual time of 9.30 am.

If you're interested, keep your eye on other local events to see if it's possible to do 'the double' on New Year's Day if they're also running events at different times (logistically it's probably only Monaghan Town and Omagh that you could use to do the double but we stand to be corrected!).

There is no parkrun on Christmas Day.  Ho ho ho!


New post-run meeting place!

We're delighted to announce that with immediate effect, the new post-run coffee meeting place is the Buttermarket Café.
A massive thank you to Enniskillen Castle: Fermanagh County Museum for hosting us for the last few years.

Enniskillen parkrun cancelled – 16 January 2016

Folks, very sorry about this.

The Core Team have decided to cancel tomorrow morning's parkrun at Castle Coole, due to the likelihood of frost and/or ice.

The weather in the last few days has been very cold and more frost (and sub-zero) temperatures have been forecast for tonight.

Safety is paramount to all of our participants, not only during the run but also when making your way to and from the venue.

We hope that the cold weather will subside over the next week and that this will allow the run to go ahead next week!

Thanks again for all of your continued support :-)


Run Report – Saturday 5 October 2013

It was great to see 24 runners taking park in this week's Enniskillen parkrun in perfect weather conditions. First over the line in 21 minutes 38 seconds was Brian Fitzpatrick who recorded a new personal best, followed by Kenneth Surphlis in 22 minutes 11 seconds. The first lady was Oonagh Fitzpatrick (5th overall) in 23 minutes 21 seconds followed by Anne Louise Carney in 24 minutes 1 second. Saturday's excellent conditions helped 5 parkrunners to record Personal Bests.

Thank you to Finbar Maguire our local Volunteer Co-Ordinator for doing Run Director and all the team of volunteers, for making sure we had another very enjoyable day.  Finbar once again took time out from his marathon training to help ensure another successful parkrun event.

See you all next Saturday.


New Course Record set – 28 September 2013

Excellent running conditions meant that Glenn Phair set a new course record for the Enniskillen parkrun event of 17 minutes 13 seconds.  Glenn who is a member of Leeds University Cross Country Running club was participating in his 11th parkrun and his first at Enniskillen.

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