Event number 157 – Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves

Well I have to say that despite the rain, last Saturday was one of my favourite parkruns. The Ricky Running Sisters cheered, clapped and encouraged everyone round. There was music and a poem for Rose Goodchild, the Sisters’ Leader who achieved her 100th parkrun. Rose and her team are instrumental in encouraging and supporting new runners and they have many success stories of sisters who have gone way beyond the 5k they originally had as their target. They also volunteer regularly at Ricky parkrun for which we are very grateful.

Rose Goodchild

Rose Goodchild

This week 524 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 55 were first timers and 66 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 34 different clubs took part.

Kalpesh concentrating on keeping time...

Kalpesh concentrating on keeping time...

Gimme five!

Gimme five!

 

We applaud the milestones achieved this week:

Mark Bartlett – 50

Susan Humble – 50

Terri McMahon – 50

Rose Goodchild – 100

 

A special thank you to athlete Ali Young, one of our regular supporters who kindly took home a parkrunner who had taken poorly after she finished the run. That’s exactly what the parkrun spirit is all about.

Thank you Ali, a parkrun good samaritan.

Thank you Ali, a parkrun good samaritan.

I conclude in my final duty as Run Director at Ricky parkrun that it has been a great pleasure in volunteering at such a superb parkrun. Coincidentally, like my friend Rob Withall, my first volunteering stint was on 13th May 2017 and since then, it has given me considerable pleasure in taking part in all sorts of different roles as well as trotting round. Thank you for tolerating my Run Director briefs, the drum rolls, the guinea pigs and finally the poetry (well I had to go out on a high!). No doubt I shall see many of you very soon, either at Ricky or just across the border. Until then, happy trotting and keep up the parkrun spirit.

 

All the very best

Maria, Rosie & Walter

 

The Sisters!

The Sisters!

The event was made possible by 35 fantastic volunteers:

Sophie CHATER • Sarah OCKENDON • Joanna EVANS • Kalpesh INTWALA • Wendy HARRINGTON • Mary WITHALL • Rob WITHALL • Maria WAITE • Emma GREGORY • Tracy HOWARTH • Harry LOVATT • Anne O CONNOR • Nanette MORGAN • Diane ANSTISS • Caroline SCARLETT • Iain SCARLETT • Philip HAY • Jennie GOULD • Paula ALLIBONE • Richard ALLIBONE • Rachel CAIRN • Sarah HALLAM • Judith ALDRIDGE • Jules HERRIOTT • Lizzie BERRIDGE • Su TYSOE • Marian WITHERS • Karen FISH • Julie GILLETT • Emma GRAY • Deborah BAYLISS • Vicky FERN • Emma KRAMER • Sarah WOOLFORD • Dhruv SYAM

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

 

 

Event number 154, the one where we were kettled in at the start, had no finish funnel and the wonderful Hillingdon AC took over!

This week 677 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 81 were first timers and a whopping 143 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 44 different clubs took part.

Well what a wonderful time we had! Hillingdon AC did us proud with their volunteer takeover and pacing. I was delighted to read on our Facebook site all the messages of thanks for the PBs gained and encouragement given by our lovely pacers. Watch this space as later on in the year Hillingdon AC have promised to return.

The pacers!

The pacers!

As our numbers have increased, the king of the funnel, Rob Withall decided to experiment a little at our start line and created a funnel there which worked really well. The tape didn’t break at the strain of everyone bursting through the sides of the it and the start moved a lot quicker and more orderly than in recent weeks. While everyone went off for their trot, Rob and his gang quickly dismantled the start funnel and built the finish one to replace it.

Huge congratulations to the following milestoners:

Megan Walker – 100

Paula Cook – 50

Garry Knott – 50

Ajit Pandey - 50

Oliver Southon (Junior) – 10 and he got a PB to celebrate!

The event was made possible by 35 fabulous volunteers:

Clive M WICKHAM • Peter WARBURTON • John David BLAKE • Andy TORRANCE • Iain BETSON • David Alan SMITH • Sophie CHATER • Philip WELCH • Lyndsey BROWNE • Ciara WILLIAMS • Christina BENJAMIN • James QUINN • Joanna EVANS • Michael ILLING • John DOBBS • Preena DIVECHA • Martin SEARLE • Rob WITHALL • Zoe DOBBS • Maria WAITE • Dennis CAREY • Lucy J DUNCAN • Angela M DUNCAN • Diane ANSTISS • Maria HERNANDEZ-HUMM • Peter HUMM • Judith ALDRIDGE • Karen FISH • Robert BEALES • Joanne Heidi SMITH • Julia FITZGERALD • Anastacia PALMER • Alice TATE • Tim TATE • Dhruv SYAM

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by William MYCROFT who recorded a time of 15:39 on 25th December 2019 (event number 147).
The female record is held by Hannah OLDROYD who recorded a time of 18:01 on 25th December 2019 (event number 147).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sharon KASSEMZADEH who recorded 91.84% (22:04) on 4th August 2018 (event number 74).

Rickmansworth parkrun started on 4th March 2017. Since then 9,923 participants have completed 60,613 parkruns covering a total distance of 303,065 km, including 11,697 new Personal Bests. A total of 663 individuals have volunteered 3,608 times.

Have a great week.

Best wishes

Maria

Run Director

 

 

Event number 149…the one with the hangover!

What a wonderful start to 2020 we had at Ricky parkrun. It may have been outcast weather wise and some of us feeling a little delicate from the night before but we saw 556 people run, jog and walk our lovely course, of whom 130 were first timers and 66 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 61 different clubs took part and we had had visitors from as far away as Australia and New Zealand. We also welcomed Frosty the Snowman (from Oxford) who ran the double, first with us and then on to Cassiobury which so many others also did. Well done to you all. Your Run Director enjoyed a leisurely coffee in the café while processing the results during your endeavour!

Warming Up!

Warming Up!

Congratulations to Bernie Conway who completed her 100th volunteering for us. Why not make one of your new year resolutions to volunteer at one in every 10 parkrun you run. We would never have to beg or cajole for volunteers if this happened…what a marvellous thought…

Frosty!
Frosty!

Thank you to our fabulous 30 volunteers this week:

Mark MAYFIELD • Rosie MOUNTAIN • Martyn MAYNARD • Claire PEARCE • John NORRIS • Joanna EVANS • Peter GUDGE • Jackie HARRIS • Bernie CONWAY • Preena DIVECHA • Mary WITHALL • Rob WITHALL • Helene PHILIPSON • Maria WAITE • Tracy HOWARTH • Alan SENDALL • Kelly BAKER • Austin BAKER • Harry LOVATT • Diane ANSTISS • Matt SANDFORD • Philip HAY • Hannah SANDFORD • Judith ALDRIDGE • Su TYSOE • Martin ROGERS • Lia STUBBINGS • Kevin JONES • Alexander GIBBS • Rosi JORDON

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by William MYCROFT who recorded a time of 15:39 on 25th December 2019 (event number 147).
The female record is held by Hannah OLDROYD who recorded a time of 18:01 on 25th December 2019 (event number 147).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sharon KASSEMZADEH who recorded 91.84% (22:04) on 4th August 2018 (event number 74).

Rickmansworth parkrun started on 4th March 2017. Since then 9,385 participants have completed 57,134 parkruns covering a total distance of 285,670 km, including 11,191 new Personal Bests. A total of 622 individuals have volunteered 3,457 times.

 

All the best for 2020 and your parkrun adventures.

Maria

 

 

#Event 137, being put through our paces!

What a wonderful parkrun we had last Saturday, the Chiltern Harriers did us proud with their big turn out to help pace us to PBs. We are going to run a pacing parkrun every month, the next one will be on 16th November where we will be inviting interested runners to join our pacing ranks.

CHAC Pacers

CHAC Pacers

I now hand over to our guest run report writer, Sophie Chater who is one of our marvellous Duke of Edinburgh Award volunteers and is also one of the smiliest marshals you will ever meet on your way round the Ricky course.

Happy guinea pigs and others...

Happy guinea pigs and others...

Sophie writes,
I am doing my Duke of Edinburgh Business Gold Award over 18 months and am volunteering at Rickmansworth parkrun every Saturday morning, as part of this. This morning marked my 55th time volunteering and I was the funnel manager, which was a bit daunting at first but it did not take too long until I got into the swing of it.
It was a cold, crisp, sunny morning, very soggy underfoot I must add, from the heavy rainfall we have seen recently but overall lovely weather to go out for a morning run. It also made a nice change from the weather we had last Saturday.
Everyone seemed very relieved to have crossed the finish line, which I too would have been if I was running it.

The first and last in...

The first and last in...

I really enjoy volunteering every Saturday morning and would urge more people to volunteer – it is a great experience and very fulfilling as the runners are always very grateful and thankful for the effort and time that the volunteers put into making park run happen.

This week 469 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 67 were first timers and 97 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 35 different clubs took part. We had visitors from Weybridge, Livingston, Darlington and Dubai. Michelle Hamilton represented the Watford Mencap Santa Dash on 1st December and I know a number of you will be supporting this charity event, especially if it means you can dress up like Santa!
Congratulations to Ben Ellis who completed his 50th parkrun.

The event was made possible by 39 fabulous volunteers:

Mike WORSFOLD • Ali YOUNG • Jenny STEVENS • Sophie CHATER • Lesley KEDDY • Tim DAWSON • Victoria PEARSON • Neil COOPER • Aran DAVIDSON • Katie ROYALS • Matt CHANNER • Simon TRIMBEE • Claire PEARCE • Joanna EVANS • Lily HARRISON • Peter GUDGE • Isobel TOON • Richard MOSS • Miriam KEMPSON • Harriet LEMON • Neil BATES • Helen SMITHSON • Mary WITHALL • Rob WITHALL • Julia ALIAJ • Maria WAITE • Tracy HOWARTH • H Matthew HOWARTH • Diane ANSTISS • Jessica HOWARTH • Jennie GOULD • Richard ALLIBONE • Cameron FRASER • Judith ALDRIDGE • Amber STUBBINGS • Sylvia MOSS • Caroline STEPHENS • Julia FITZGERALD • Michelle HAMILTON
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Hannah KITCHEN who recorded a time of 18:02 on 11th March 2017 (event number 2).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 15:49 on 15th December 2018 (event number 93).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sharon KASSEMZADEH who recorded 91.84% (22:04) on 4th August 2018 (event number 74).
Rickmansworth parkrun started on 4th March 2017. Since then 8,708 participants have completed 51,898 parkruns covering a total distance of 259,490 km, including 10,539 new Personal Bests. A total of 580 individuals have volunteered 3,144 times.

 

 

#127 – Bright and breezy

Despite some strong winds, we enjoyed another great Saturday morning at Ricky parkrun. We were joined by 459 fine folk running, jogging and walking the course, of whom 62 were first timers and 65 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 36 different clubs took part. Well done to everyone who got round.

We had several regulars celebrating milestones with us on Saturday; Jackie Arigho, Geoff Day, Robert Stuttaford and Dylan Wendleken all ran their 50th events, Robert Moody celebrated a century and Dermot Smyth chalked up his 150th parkrun. Additionally, Guy Anstiss completed his 25th volunteering stint with us. Congratulations to all.

Given the tricky conditions, there were some great times on Saturday; Thames Valley Harrier Andrew Mitchell was first finisher in 16:50, Alden Collier came in second in 17:06, just ahead of Ryan Hogan in 17:07. Maddie Hughes was first lady in 19:38, just pipping Jennifer Harvey in 19:39 with Marea Logan third in 21:02. Full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

The event was made possible by 22 wonderful volunteers:

Clive M WICKHAM • Sophie CHATER • Rosie MOUNTAIN • Andy NICE • Jo WATKINSON • Lesley GRAY • Peter GUDGE • Jackie HARRIS • Peter TUCKER • Robert KENISON • Ellie BATES • Sandra FLYNN • Philip GIBBS • Kaitlyn FLYNN • Anne O CONNOR • Diane ANSTISS • Guy ANSTISS • Matt SANDFORD • Jeremy PALEY • Cameron FRASER • Adam SHACKLADY • Anne HARRADINE

As ever, our parkrun only happens each week with the help of our volunteers. If you enjoy running with us, please occasionally give a little back by doing a volunteering stint. If you can help, please contact us at rickmansworth@parkrun.com.

The weather looks decent for this coming Saturday. Looking forward to seeing many of you then for another fantastic start to the weekend at Ricky parkrun.

Take care,
Andy

 

#123 – Summer Runnin’ (Had Me A Blast)

Saturday saw yet another great day for running at Ricky parkrun. We were joined by 494 fine folk running, jogging and walking the course, of whom 79 were first timers and 87 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 36 different clubs took part. Well done to everyone who got round.

We had several regulars celebrating milestones with us on Saturday; Gemma Tucker completed her 100th parkrun, whilst Julia Mann, Clare Berry, David Gilbert, Eileen Mayley and Sam Fisher all managed their 50th event. Congratulations to all.

Given the warm and humid conditions, there were some great times on Saturday; David Lawrence was first finisher in 17:12, Phil Oddy came in second in 17:24, just ahead of James Turner in 17:30. Regular Sasha Birkin was first lady in 19:38, followed by Clara Stainer in 21:02 and Jenny Kowalczyk in 22:15. Full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

The event was made possible by 22 wonderful volunteers:

Sophie CHATER • Lesley KEDDY • Emma BISGROVE • Andy NICE • Kristin CAVENDER • Jo WATKINSON • John NORRIS • Bernie CONWAY • Kevin BARRETT • Andrew WILLIAMS • Neil ADCOCK • Diane ANSTISS • Mark OCKENDON • Philip HAY • Richard ALLIBONE • Hannah SANDFORD • Cameron FRASER • Jamie HERSHON • Gillian SHACKLADY • Adam SHACKLADY • Claire POLLARD • Lewis LEINWEBER

As ever, our parkrun only happens each week with the help of our volunteers. If you enjoy running with us, please occasionally give a little back by doing a volunteering stint. If you can help, please contact us at rickmansworth@parkrun.com.

It looks like we'll be blessed with another warm and sunny morning on Saturday. Looking forward to seeing many of you then for another fantastic start to the weekend at Ricky parkrun.

Take care,
Andy

 

#108 Spring has Sprung – 23-Mar-19

This week 463 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 61 were first timers and 93 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 31 different clubs took part.

First of all, thank you to our wonderful volunteers:

Andrew CHATER • Sophie CHATER • Lesley KEDDY • Jill TAUNT • Simon TRIMBEE • Jo WATKINSON • Joanna EVANS • Helen SMITHSON • Rob WITHALL • Sam MORRIS • Maria WAITE • Tracy HOWARTH • Nanette MORGAN • Diane ANSTISS • Frances CALVER • Guy ANSTISS • Jessica HOWARTH • Caroline SCARLETT • Philip HAY • Sarah HALLAM • Cameron FRASER • Su TYSOE • Tom GUTREICH • Matt MCKARELL • Michael FUNNELL • Adam SHACKLADY • Jane MOORE-TAYLOR • Amy SCARLETT Today we welcomed overseas tourists from South Africa and Denmark. We also now have our very own selfie photo frame seen here modelled by our South African guests and the Howarth family:

Visitors from South Africa

Visitors from South Africa


Howarth Girls

Howarth Girls

Milestones

The following did their 10th parkrun: Amber STUBBINGS, Mark BARTLETT, Deborah HOPKINS, Claire POLLARD, Martin DONNELLY, Catherine AHMAD, Leonardo BORRILL, James LATHAM and Mark TUTIN. Unfortunately, only those under 17 quality for a T-shirt – the rest of you will have to wait until 50 runs. We had 3 people reach the 50 milestone: Sue CARVELL. Isabel MONTESDEOCA and Ruth HOLROYD. Don’t forget to order your T-shirts!

Duke of Edinburgh Volunteering

A couple of our volunteers will be finishing soon, and we will be in a position to take on a couple of new Duke of Edinburgh volunteers. Unfortunately, we have to restrict the number of U18 volunteers that we have so we can’t take on everyone who applies. If you are interested in doing your volunteering with us please send an email to Rickmansworth@parkrun.com and tell us why you would like to volunteer with us. We’ll send you a questionnaire to complete. If you are accepted as one of our DofE volunteers we will put a schedule together for you giving you a cross section of our volunteer roles to cover. Don’t worry – we will give you full training. Parents – please get your son’s and daughters to make the applications to us themselves.

Children Running Alone

Sadly, we have to report that once again an Under 11 was found running alone without a parent or guardian. parkrun’s rules are very strict on this. U11’s must at all times be within arm’s reach of an adult guardian. If you allow your child, or the child you are responsible for, to run unchaperoned you run the risk of having your results removed. I had several runners last week report to me about a young girl who was running alone. This also affects other runners as they stop to try and help the unaccompanied child.

Thank you for reading. If you have got this far and would like to volunteer please send an email with your barcode number to rickmansworth@parkrun.com and tell us when you’d like to volunteer and if there is a particular role you would like to do.

Thank you for coming to Rickmansworth parkrun

Lesley Keddy – A208223

 

Event #106 – Wind, Barriers but No Guinea Pigs!

Despite the barriers and mud this week 456 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 55 were first timers and 52 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 27 different clubs took part. Well done to all and great to meet our visitors from Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. I know we gave them a very warm welcome.

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And they're off...

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Congratulations to Mary Withall for completing her 25th volunteering as she is now a member of the coveted purple club. Mary has a long history of volunteering at Ricky parkrun, often uncredited so she deserved the superior drum roll she got.

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Mary and the RRS

I mentioned on Saturday that we have an automated external defibrillator (AED) located in the entrance of The Café in the Park and one of our parkrunners spoke to me afterwards about her own personal experience regarding the use of an AED highlighting how important it was that we all know where these are located in our communities. While I should stress that the need to use an AED is very rare, it’s use can save lives.

Please remember to be courteous to other park users. A member of the public approached me to say that she is unsteady on her feet and fast, approaching runners caused her some alarm on Saturday. Although we all know that parkrun is every Saturday at 0900, it can come as a bit of a surprise to the innocent so please be careful.

The event was made possible by 29 volunteers, many of them members of the Ricky Running Sisters (RRS) this week. Honorary RRS member and fellow Run Director, Rob Withall deserves a special mention for the behind-the-scenes help he gives even when he is not on duty.

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Time for a token

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Scanned now off for a coffee

 

Big hand for the following:

Clive M WICKHAM • Karen SPROD • Lesley KEDDY • Matthew ROBINS • Chelsi LANGSFORD • Claire RAWLINS • Joanna EVANS • Lily HARRISON • Paul RAWLINS • Kate PENDRED • Mary WITHALL • Rob WITHALL • Imelda ASPINALL • Maria WAITE • Tracy HOWARTH • Anne O CONNOR • Diane ANSTISS • Trevor ALDERSON • Rebecca MORRIS • Philip HAY • Hanna CHORBACHI • Cameron FRASER • Marie BIR-STAUNTON • Judith ALDRIDGE • Sylvia MOSS • Tom GUTREICH • Adam SHACKLADY • Ollie MARSHALL • Jessica RAWLINS

Please supplement your parkrun runs by adding in a volunteering stint, email us at rickmansworth@parkrun.com

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

The female record is held by Hannah KITCHEN who recorded a time of 18:02 on 11th March 2017 (event number 2).

The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 15:49 on 15th December 2018 (event number 93).

The Age Grade course record is held by Sharon KASSEMZADEH who recorded 91.84% (22:04) on 4th August 2018 (event number 74).

Rickmansworth parkrun started on 4th March 2017. Since then 6,885 participants have completed 37,393 parkruns covering a total distance of 186,965 km, including 8,188 new Personal Bests. A total of 480 individuals have volunteered 2,324 times.

Hope you are having a great week.

Maria

#loveparkrun

 

#98…Records and Milestones!

I believe I can open with a whoop whoop this week as a colossal 531 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 93 were first timers and 57 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 37 different clubs took part. What a fabulous start to RED, dry or whatever January everyone is doing.

Rickmansworth Parkrun 5/1/19
Congratulations go to the following:

Jackie and Malcolm Hall on each completing 150 parkruns. Did they run every one of them together?

Joanna Evans on closely following the award of a coveted purple shirt, she now gains her red one! Well done on her 50th parkrun.

Ali Young – Team GB member, endurance runner and parkrun volunteer, huge congratulations on completing her 100th parkrun.

Rickmansworth Parkrun 5/1/19
The Milestoners...

Rickmansworth Parkrun 5/1/19

Results:
First home was Allan James Stewart at 17:23 and our first female was Ali Young (we knew her 100th would be celebrated in style) at 18:58. Well done to both of them.

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The face of someone who knows they've got a PB this week...

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Marjory BLUER • Sophie CHATER • Jackie HALL • Malcolm HALL • Sasha BIRKIN • Kieron CAMPION • Sarah OCKENDON • Joanna EVANS • Lily HARRISON • Robert KENISON • Preena DIVECHA • Mary WITHALL • Rob WITHALL • Maria WAITE • Tracy HOWARTH • H Matthew HOWARTH • Diane ANSTISS • Mark OCKENDON • Jessica HOWARTH • Philip HAY • Jennie GOULD • Cameron FRASER • Judith ALDRIDGE • Jon DAVIES • Matt MCKARELL • Adam SHACKLADY • Anastacia PALMER

Rickmansworth Parkrun 5/1/19
Turn left at the lake otherwise you'll fall in!

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/rickmansworth/results/weeklyresults/?runSeqNumber=98

The female record is held by Hannah KITCHEN who recorded a time of 18:02 on 11th March 2017 (event number 2).
The male record is held by Unknown ATHLETE who recorded a time of 15:49 on 15th December 2018 (event number 93).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sharon KASSEMZADEH who recorded 91.84% (22:04) on 4th August 2018 (event number 74).

Rickmansworth parkrun started on 4th March 2017. Since then 6,380 participants have completed 33,329 parkruns covering a total distance of 166,645 km, including 7,524 new Personal Bests. A total of 452 individuals have volunteered 2,106 times.

All the best
Maria
#loveparkrun

 

#95 – We Wish You a Merry Christmas – 25th December 2018

48418548_1077950452385650_6896557939285295104_nThis week 352 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 61 were first timers and 43 recorded new Personal Bests. We were delighted to have 19 folk doing parkrun for the very first time! We hope you’ll be back again. We were also joined by YOPA – he is Hertfordshire’s Year of Physical Activity Mascot for 2018. He has had a mission to visit all of Hertfordshire’s parkruns this year – his last one is Gadebridge where he will be on Saturday 29th December.
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As you’d expect on Christmas Day we had quite a few tourists. I am sorry I do not know your names but we had tourists from South Africa and Hong Kong – that’s a long way to come. Quite a few of you came in Christmas Fancy Dress. We didn’t have a photographer this week as he was on other duties at our parkrun but here are some photos we managed to get:
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Volunteers

We were delighted to have a full roster of volunteers bearing in mind it was Christmas Day. Thank you all so much and for the extras who mucked in on the day. We are still a few volunteers short for New Year’s Day so if you are able to help us please send an email to rickmansworthhelpers@parkrun.com

Frances CHATER • Andrew CHATER • Sophie CHATER • Karen SPROD • Lesley KEDDY • Malcolm HUTCHINGS • Sarah OCKENDON • John NORRIS • Debbie EDWARDS • Bernie CONWAY • Mary WITHALL • Rob WITHALL • Rosie CHATER • Diane ANSTISS • Mark OCKENDON • Matt SANDFORD • Philip HAY • Nicola ANSTISS • Sara LOWE • Deborah BAYLISS • Claire CAMPION • Anastacia PALMER • Barrie STAINTHORPE
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Rickmansworth parkrun Results Page.

New Year’s Day

Are you going to be doing the NYD Double? This is the only day in the whole year that you can record two parkruns on the same day. We are partnering with our neighbours at Cassiobury to offer you this opportunity. Come to Ricky at 09:00 and then hotfoot it across to Cassiobury for a 10:30 start. If you driving between the 2 then do try and lift share as parking will be at a premium. If you’d like to cycle between the two then you can join RD Lesley who will be cycling from Ricky to Cassiobury – don’t forget a lock for your bike!

Lesley Keddy, RD

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