Squerryes Winery parkrun Number 24
Addictive - can you get your 25 volunteer T-shirt or 50 parkrun T-shirt
Bromley - nearest course suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Core team - amazing job done by them every week. We salute you.
Dogs very welcome - just prep your car in the winter
England, garden of - come to beautiful Kent and run around a vineyard. What more could you ask for?
Friends - waiting to be made
Grapes - growing in their millions alongside your run
Henry Warde - thanks to the owner of Squerryes for letting us use his land for parkrun
I - will get around and then have an almond croissant and a coffee as reward
Join us - it’s free and friendly. You won’t come last and you will have fun.
Kids - welcome and bound to enjoy getting muddy
Last - won’t be you as that honour always goes to our friendly volunteer tail walker.
Muddy at times? Yes (in the winter)
Normal trainers in the summer, trail shoes or spikes in the winter
Ordinary people welcome - it’s a run not a race.
Parkrun - every Saturday 9am
Queue to get your barcode and to get it scanned? Not generally at Squerryes as we’re small and friendly.
Run, walk, hop, skip - whatever you feel comfortable doing. The volunteers will cheer you over the finish line no matter what.
Squerryes winery itself - beautiful venue and the wine is somewhat special too
Tourists come here a lot. We’re close to the M25.
U - can do it
Volunteers make the parkrun world go around. We salute you.
Westerham - home of Churchill and General Wolfe as well as Squerryes parkrun
X marks the spot - Beggars Lane, Westerham
Y do we do it? Because it’s fun to get out in the fresh air and see your friends!
Z we don’t need no zzzs - we prefer to get up and active every Saturday morning
52 runners this morning. 3 unknowns - don’t forget your barcode.
29 tourists. 4 people new to parkrun. Welcome Jamie, Ethan, Sam and Harry.
Special mention to Kevin - 522nd parkrun and in the 80-84 age category.
Thanks to all this week’s organisers and fingers crossed we can run again next week.
Run report from Paul Moorshead A511115