So 1st December and 181 mud monsters tackled the beautiful 5k.
I believe a few of the missing may of allowed the duvet to lead them astray! The only benefit was the queue for coffee was short!
Well you missed a corker of a parkrun today, with a few squelches, splashes and interesting smells!
No choice but to stomp through, feel the ooze though the shoe - you know you can’t resist the the call of the pond as you leave Nigel and head to jelly baby corner!
Yeap a reminder ‘Trail Shoes"
I guess we can only thank storm Diana for her gracious gift!
But it knew better than to rain at parkrun time so only the bottom half wet!
Thank you to all the volunteers not only those that we see with beaming smiles & giving out words of encouragement & support, but also those behind the scenes.
Today I met my man of mystery - Joe, himself having been on parkrun laundry duty this week!
Well done & welcome to all the first timers.
Don’t forget the gardening party next Saturday, not only a great chance to say thank you to the National Trust but also to meet some of the others you share your Saturday mornings with.
The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:
Gordon SEWARD • Eleanor RYLANCE • Neil LAWSON • Annie FOOT • Jane LUSCOMBE • Roger SAUNDERS • Warren KILLEN • Roger ROWE • Mark JELLEY • Mary ROWE • Richard KEMP • Luke HOLWAY • Graham LAND • James DERHAM • Cyril MORCRETTE • Jaroslaw ZAJAC • Lucy SIZER • Dawn WALKER • Wendy JELLEY • Steve CHAPMAN • Sarah ASHBY • Duncan BROWN • Andrew BROWN • Jo LAVERICK • Wendy HOLT • Karla GREGORY • Graham KIRBY
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Killerton parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Lucy HASELL who recorded a time of 17:44 on 31st March 2012 (event number 49).
The male record is held by Tom MERSON who recorded a time of 15:23 on 6th July 2013 (event number 114).
The Age Grade course record is held by Catherine Ann Thurlow NEWMAN who recorded 92.07% (18:55) on 18th July 2015 (event number 218).
Killerton parkrun started on 30th April 2011. Since then 11,794 participants have completed 86,465 parkruns covering a total distance of 432,325 km, including 15,015 new Personal Bests. A total of 908 individuals have volunteered 6,938 times.