Joint parkrun/National Trust Working Party.
Many thanks to all those who supported this activity after yesterday's event. The group under the guidance and supervision of our good friend Tommy Muncie, headed out to Park Wood( the wooded downhill section on our route), to attack the Rhododendron along the trail. Although a lovely plant in gardens, out in the woods it is a real invasive problem and requires constant attention. The members of the working party worked with enthusiasm and gusto and successfully cleared many areas. Tommy, was delighted with the work that was achieved.
It may well be possible to arrange another working party next year. So if you missed out this time do keep an eye open for information about future working parties.
Dof E Volunteers.
We are very happy to announce that we have four Dof E volunteers who are currently attending our parkrun. They will be undertaking numerous duties as part of this programme. We thank our former Co ED, Roger Rowe for coordinating the programme and for our volunteers who support them.
So welcome aboard:
Killerton parkrunner milestones.
Well done to the following parkrunners who have reached special milestones this week.
Joe Tate: 100 club
Alex Looman:50 club.
This week's report has once again been compiled by one of our regular runners, Karen Brewer.
Good gracious, what a shock. a chill in the air! but what a glorious bright morning for killerton mud erm parkrun, lots of debris about the course this morning, is it just me or does it make it far more fun?? sticks, and sweet chestnuts covering the floor to leep over , it is never boring and each week is never the same,no wonder why every one is so smiley at killerton ,I am actually starting to enjoy pacing!, although I still need more practice!! so a big shout out to Naomi Thorne for beating the pacer
, this should be the new goal each week, as long as the pacers do not try and beat the other pacers!! thanks to all that ran, and to all that volunteered, especially you lot behind the scenes, we really appreciate you, and all that you do for us each week!!. o forget drop off any unwanted shoes, especially trail, and or help yourself to a pair, under the gazebo, flats are not recommended for this coarse, unless you like skating ! see you all next week.
This week 250 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 39 were first timers and 19 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 32 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 32 volunteers:
Tim FELTON • Annie FOOT • Warren KILLEN • Mark SHAW • James EPHRAUMS • Paul PALMER • Julie FINCH • Mary ROWE • Andrew EATON-HART • Karen BREWER • Abigaill FOSTER • Luke HOLWAY • Katy LANCASTER • Sim TAYLOR • Phil PENNY • Di HOLLIDGE • Ali KERRIDGE • Kate BROWN • Dawn WALKER • Victoria REDLER • Vera HALE • Caroline TAIT • Kevin PARTRIDGE • Duncan BROWN • George FOOT • Andrew BROWN • Annabel PARKER • Jon IACOMINO • Heather GREEN • Graham KIRBY • Heather BROWN • Ruby-May STONE
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 13,651 participants have completed 101,013 parkruns covering a total distance of 505,065 km, including 16,939 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,008 individuals have volunteered 8,284 times