Run #283 19 September 2021

What a beautiful morning for an event. No wind, dry, nice sunshine to enjoy. Please may we put the following names in glorious sunshine:

Emma DOWNIE, Hannah DOWNIE, Stewart DOWNIE, Priscille FRANCETTI, Jeffery HARDY, Dan HEELIS-ADAMS, Isabel HEELIS-ADAMS, Sophie HEELIS-ADAMS, Jamie HICKS, Christopher HIERONS, Dnyanesh KARMARKAR, Leah PICTON, Michelle PICTON, Suzanne POWER, Evie TAYLOR, Jo TAYLOR, Mark TAYLOR, Hayley WORTH

Of these volunteers, may I pick out Suzanne Power for special mention who came all the way from Stroud to be with us today to help us put the event on. She is a parkrunner newcomer and has done one parkrun event and now one volunteer role. It is delightful to see this attitude. Thank you Suzanne.

Should any of the many parents and/or guardians, who are present in the morning to watch their children, merely wish to continue watching their children but also slip on a high vis and assist as a marshal (essentially doing the same role) then we would love to hear from you for volunteering. We need 20 volunteers to put the event on in conformity with health and safety. We look to have the roster filled by 12:00pm on the Saturday before - otherwise no show. We need to know by this time as if we have to cancel we need to do so and inform others who have at that point come forward to volunteer so that they can re-organise. This is only fair.

We bent the rules this time with extra time for sourcing volunteers given that it is so great to see all events re-emerge. I really mean all events - from Aardvark AGMSs to Zyzzyva spotter societal sejourns. So please do help our (your) children in our (your) community by stepping forward.

Great running today by our 45 runners. There were 6PBs - great job. We were delighted to welcome a first timer too. We hope that you will all be back for more.

We look forward to seeing you in the park next week.

Best wishes,

David Francetti
Run Director

 

Event 282 – Run Report

The sun was shining down on us today which led to a fantastic turnout of over 50 runners! It clearly made them run faster too as we had 31 personal bests!! Well done to everyone who ran today.

Thank you as always to our brilliant volunteers who helped us put on the event today - we really couldn't do it without you. If anyone would like to volunteer to help in the future, please email us at littlestoke-juniors@parkrun.com with your parkrun ID, we're very grateful for your support.

 

Event 280 – Run Report

It turned out cooler than I expected but ideal running weather which might have had  something to do with the huge 19 personal bests recorded. We done to you all! A huge welcome to the 12 parkrunners joining us for the first time. I saw lots of smiles so hopefully you all had fun and will be back. Full results here.20210829_080329862_iOS

Seb's Fantastic Warm UP

Finally and most importantly a big thankyou to our volunteer team this week, a great combination of first timers, old timers and press ganged relatives. Please do join us in a future week if you can: https://www.parkrun.org.uk/littlestoke-juniors/futureroster/

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 Flying feet on their way to a PB.

 

 

 

Run 279 – 22 August 2021

Despite the monsoon we had on Saturday, I'm giving two thumbs up for the Little Stoke park drainage, because the clouds cleared and our course was spot on this morning. We had 44 runners today and barely a cloud in the sky. Well done to everyone who took part and it was great to see all the smiling faces at the end as well as the start!

We had five runners taking on junior parkrun for the first time - I hope you enjoyed it and we'll see you back next weekend. We had nine PBs and congratulations if that was you.

We're not giving out wristbands in the briefings at the moment, so if you think you've hit one of our marathon milestones (11, 21 or 50 runs), have a word with the RD at the end of the event and we'll happily sort that out for you. We gave half marathon band to Jacob today and a full marathon band to Olivia. There are a couple of other people who've passed milestones recently (including Joshua today), so check your status on the result page if you think that might be you.

We've picked up an extra item of clothing this week.  If you left behind a small pink hoody, and have recently been to the moon, it's in our box and you can have it back next Sunday!

Finally, no run report is complete without saying thank you to the volunteers who made today (and the run up to today) an absolute pleasure.  I think we had the A-team out today with many of our regulars involved.  We were joined by Will, who's volunteering for his bronze DoE award over the autumn.  The runners are indebted to you all for showing up every week to get the run on and, of course, any of our parents who would like to help out in future are most welcome - just send us an e-mail (see the volunteer pages).

 

Event 277 Run Report

Despite the wind and rain, we welcomed 42 runners to Little Stoke for junior parkrun this morning. First timer Bibiane was the first across the line closely followed by Sebastian who, even before getting his breath back, took on the volunteer role of bar code scanner (thank you!). Toby and Emily brought our run to an end today with great times- well done. We also had another seven first timers- one who'd come from Gloucester and a phenomenal eleven personal best times!! Great running everyone and we're so impressed that the rain didn't put you off.

As always, thank you to our amazing volunteers today who braved the elements- two stepping up at the last minute. Thanks also to the parents who also offered to help while we were setting up and please let us know if you would like to volunteer at a future parkrun where you would be very welcome.

See you next week! Louise

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