Orpington parkrun is cancelled on 2021-05-15 – COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Goddington Park survey.

Good morning parkrunners. Assuming you are at home twiddling your fingers before you crack on with the DIY can you please spend a few minutes filling out a survey.
Orpington FC have big plans for Goddington Park that we will all benefit from. A new clubhouse and community hub is planned. Your comments, concerns and priorities are needed. And you could win a £100 Bluewater voucher.








Orpington parkrun and dogs.

Dogs are very welcome at Goddington park.
Until they bite someone. Dog owner was asked not to bring his dog again, he's chosen to ignore this request, so, sadly his time has been deleted.

Official from parkrun HQ-
Can I run with my dog?

Most of our 5k events do allow runners with dogs (including Cani Cross harnesses) although this may not be possible at some of our locations.
Please check on the course page of the event website first, or email the team to check - you can find their email address at the bottom of the event website.

Please note that we only allow 1 dog per runner and that the welfare of that animal remains your responsibility throughout your parkrun visit.

Please keep your dog under firm control at all times, either on a short lead or a harness with a short lead, and take extreme care to avoid tripping other runners. Further information and advice about running with a dog can be found on the Cani Cross UK & CaniCross Ireland websites.


Safeguarding at Goddington park.

Please note that Orpington parkrun take your child's safety very seriously. Some might say more seriously than some parents.
If your child is seen running without a responsible adult within arms reach that they know, their result will be deleted. The volunteer team or fellow parkrunners are not childminders. You wouldn't leave your child in the care of 200 strangers in Orpington High Street so do not do it at parkrun.

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