It was dull and cloudy and no number of filters have been able to remove a grey sky from the photos. But as soon as the gates opened and parkrunners started flooding the park, it was brighter, there were smiles and chatter... Is it not great to start the weekend with something so uplifting as parkrun? Surrounded by friends, old and new, and by 'parkrun buddies' (people whom we see only on Saturday mornings but they have become part of our lives, and something is missing if we can't see them once a week).
This week 220 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 24 were first timers (9 completed their first ever parkrun) and 14 recorded new Personal Bests. We had visitors from Nottingham, Galway and Malling parkrun in Kent.
A quick reminder that we do not accept barcodes on mobiles. No printed barcode No results: https://support.parkrun.com/hc/en-us/articles/200566883-Do-I-have-to-have-a-barcode-?fbclid=IwAR02I2osvqvQGy7FV6Uhf0ywC5Z01e4DftWUNYg7ctGe5TbQHHW0T_h3yPs
Two volunteers celebrated their milestones: Bradley O'Prey-Morton, who has been with us for the last few months doing his DoE Award - 25th volunteer and Mags Mathieson who celebrated her 300th. Roisin Murray completed her 50th parkrun and Peter Robinson - 100th. Congratulations!
Stormont parkrun 207 was delivered to you by following volunteers: Mags MATHIESON • Kimberley REYNOLDS • Gillian MCBRIDE • Anne MCNALLY • Max MCROBERTS • Stephen HAMILTON • Magda BERNATEK • Joe MILES • William HOPKINS • Alasdair MACINNES • Marty MCCONNELL • Jim FLEMING • Jonathan CAMPBELL • Catherine ROSS • Bradley O'PREY-MORTON
There is plenty of volunteer roles available every week. Send an e-mail or contact us through social media and we will add you to the roster. Volunteering is easy, and we explain everything if needed. Just ask
See you all next week, same place, same time!