Good news, it is looking very positive for tomorrow. Gina and I (and Sarah!) have had a walk around the full course and there is no ice, just patches of hard packed snow and drifted snow. The hard packed snow does have some grip depending on your shoes. The drifted snow has a crispy coating.
The car park has not been cleared so please use public transport or walk. If you are driving please take extreme caution and do remember there is a run every week and missing out on this week is not a life or death situation.
The only hazard is a fallen tree blocking the path down from the canal over the railway but is easily passable. But it is not any where near the course.
Again we must reiterate that you need to dress appropriately for during and after and wear shoes that you are confident running in snow. Please be mindful that young and older people suffer more in these conditions and above all we all want to have fun, but not get injured or ill.
We will confirm the situation by 8:15 am tomorrow
Our parkrun ambassador (Adrian Sell) has asked us to remind everyone to take note of any police or local authority warnings about essential travel only.
PS the mud is frozen and DFYB!!!