Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun is cancelled on 18 July 2020: COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

28-March-2020 – Not parkrun #2

Week ending 28 March 2020

Thank you for the following reports from the field. Or the park. Or the garden. And later, we'll remind you of the parkrun UK online activities that ARE still happening.

Liz Cherry

A family not-parkrun. Abbey fields is lovely but a lot more hilly than the rec and there was no fruit at the end. We are also starting to get used to being able to run down the middle of the road - probably not a good habit.
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Hope to see you soon

Mary & Dillon Patel

Crowds very scant out here in Pillerton. In fact I didn't see any other runners! Even Dillon decided to do his run at a different time (who wants to be held up by their poor old ma). Two did seem to be a theme. I saw 2 walkers, 2 cyclists, 2 tractors, 2 cars and 1 postman (there's always something spoiling the symmetry), do I did 2 parkruns!
Keep running!
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Kevan Russell

By pure coincidence, at exactly the same time as I was making the final turn into my road, my next door neighbour, also out running, was making his last turn from the opposite direction. Of course I know it's not a race, but I'm ashamed to admit that's never deterred me at proper parkrun. So I surged on, on the opposite pavement, crossing when I was confident that I could get in front and maintain the requisite 2m social distancing gap all the way home.Not parkrun #2 - done.Stay safe,Kevan

Carole Williams

I’m still replicating the weekly Saturday parkrun. However, I run at 8am instead of 9.10am (hint! hint!)...just saying, as I like to get out early!
The weather has been soooo lovely - I’ve been out most days this week running and/or cycling, whoopie!I’m still keeping a safe distance  <- 2m ->   I’m finding other runners, cyclists and walkers seem much more aware of the 2 metre rule now - they disappear under hedges, hide behind trees or change direction as soon as they spot me coming!
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Miss the Regency 10km this week :(Hope everyone is keeping fit and well and still managing to stay safe.Until next week...Best wishes,
Carole Williams

Richard and Sylvia and Lola Morris

An epic Facebook report. You can follow the link here. (You don't have to have a Facebook account to see our Facebook content! We know many of you prefer to avoid it!) Here's an extract:
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Lisa Stevens

This weeks Not-The-Parkrun-Run was a blinder, not only did I get a PB, I was the winner, first female and first in my age category...that's not likely to happen again...

Debbie Bloomfield

We’re still doing a Stratford 5k just not in the park. And we’re still having our post parkrun bacon rolls.

Kate Featherstone

We both went out for a 5k. Paul Pickering was wearing his apricot. I wasn’t but I thought on Saturdays from now on I would so I could be identified as still doing my own parkrun.

Emma Baker

Welford parkrun #2

Phil Wells

I've set up a virtual park run on Facebook, complete with PBs and I've reinstated the points system!

Barry Cooper

I ran my own in Bidford

Julie Dawn

I went out on a 5k county lane run today at the leisurely time of 9:30am...Didn't see many folk except these little fellas...
[Grateful thanks to Julie for avoiding rubbish jokes about forgetting your baaaa-codes.]

Emma Butchart

Not -parkrun- run Saturday morning around Tysoe /oxhill really needed it!
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Phil Mills

Missed all my parkrun friends again this morning ... but in a good way
#staysafe

Sue & SImon Teale

Went up to the Rail Bridge and beyond for the first time in months. Then the route back via Poundland where they had toilet roll in stock. So now we both have PBs. (Perfect bums.)

Spotify

For spotify users, we have started a playlist for paused parkrunners. Please listen and add your favourites to https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7xwpmUM7OofbgamAhsb3Lx 

parkrun online!

parkrun are running a global quiz each Friday at 8pm. You can hear Vassos Alexander presenting via parkrun's youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/parkrunglobal Look out for the separate screen to record your answers.
parkrun are also setting up a series of videos for juniors to help alongside home teaching. Watch out on the same youtube channel.

Simon Teale A209339
Joint Event Director
Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun official website - Facebook - Twitter

Your core team at SuApr are: Simon - Natalie - John - Sue - Sarah - Paul - Bev - Brad - Lara
Barcodes
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer? You should consider getting some Barcode wristbands. Make our scanners' lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!
Volunteering: How to get involved
Finding out about Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun volunteering opportunities couldn't be easier. Simply open a recent parkrun newsletter, results email or volunteer email, click on 'manage my profile', then 'email options', then select the events you'd like to hear from and click 'save opt-in events list'. You will then receive regular emails from those events letting you know all about their volunteering opportunities.
Future roster
You can see an event's future volunteer roster via our future roster page. To get in touch with us, just send an email to stratforduponavonhelpers@parkrun.com.
What would I do at the Event?
First, and most importantly, we never ask anybody to do anything they're not comfortable with. If you don't want a particular task, please let us know and we will happily give you an alternative job. But if you really want to do something in particular, please let us know and we'll see what we can do. You can find out more about Stratford volunteering roles on our Facebook notes page. We can also sort out roles that allow you to volunteers with (or as far as possible away from) your friends and family!

 

21-March-2020 – Not parkrun #1

Hi everyone,

It's been a funny old week.

Who knows what the future holds, and whilst it is a fast changing situation the government advice on social distancing is here. Please exercise responsibly and at a safe distance from others.

I am overwhelmed by the amount of you who have emailed in to share what you have been doing. Here is a selection:

I'll go first then - I live in Barford, so went for a run around the village at 9am. It's weird because I'm NEVER there at 9am so I don't know if the other runners I saw out were frustrated parkrunners, or whether this is normal!

At one point on the Rec in Barford there were 4 of us, all at a distance jogging round the path (I daren't count how many laps would be needed to make a 5K!)

Lisa Stevens A2227808 writes:

Now I love parkrun, not the sort of person who sticks at gyms or workouts, my new found love of running gets me out of bed (nearly) every Saturday.Having it cancelled has been understandable but saddening.

This week I was made a "key worker" (distribution to convenience stores rather than the heros on the front line) and have been incredibly greatful to have a job in these uncertain times.This week has been somewhat busy and at times emotional so I need running physically and mentally.

My Not-The-Parkrun run this morning:

1. New Communication.
Fellow runners are out in force, lots of nods, thumbs up at fellow runners and full on jazz hands (2 metres apart) at other Parkrunners. A "Yay, Parkrunner!" from the paperboy.

2. The Weather
Parkrun HQ has today organised the first Saturday (for what feels like years) to have a day without rain, gales, floods and mud. I was saving a pair of trainers for best but got them out today.

3 The Volunteers.
There aren't any and I miss them, lets be our own cheer squad! A friend at Leeds parkrun is running remotely today filming her run on Zoom, she's running with 50 other parkrunners, all on separate routes.

4. The Motivation
Get some daylight, get the heart rate up, clear your head. I got a PB on my last parkrun. It's now my goal work on this in the next few weeks and come back better.

Keep running, walking and jogging everyone and to those who haven't dipped their toe in download Couch to 5K and come and join us soon!

Keep well all.

Lisa

John Wrottesley writes:

I attended a brand new parkrun this morning - not that well attended tbh. Remarkably I achieved 1st place AG as well as 1st place overall :-D

Looking forward to hopefully being back parkrunning soon.



Mary Patel Writes:

First Saturday without parkrun. Determined to keep running so have done 10k down to Walton Hall. Views are a bit better round here, but the hills are annoying. Miss you guys!

Bev Brigden writes:

I completed my first Not the park run, run today. I shook it up a bit by stating a few minutes earlier ( Simon , was not RD today ), ran a bit further as there was no finish funnel, ran a bit slower as no one to cheer me on and stopped for an across the road chat with a fellow park runner because I could and there were no timekeepers to clock me. Had to talk to hubby when I finished as no one else around! Strange times, lovely morning.

Kevan Russell writes:

My parkrun t-shirt is in the wash so it seemed appropriate to use my Not The Roman IX 2013 top instead. This event too was cancelled. Not there, didn't do that, got the t-shirt later. The annual Not The Roman IX is back up and running. I'm still a 'runner'. Weekly parkrun WILL be back. Meanwhile, I'm still a parkrunner.

Julie Harris writes:

My solo parkrun today - I'm still awaiting results but hopeful of a FFF!!

I saw a few other runners and cyclists out - all exchanging encouraging words. It wasn't quite the same as our superstar volunteers, but it did help! Lets keep the parkrun torch burning.

Carole Williams writes:

Ran the usual course and nearly got a PB as there was nobody in the way!!!!Out on the bike too.

Enjoy your rest and see you soon I hope.

The Bakers were out on the Greenway:

parkrun are also doing broadcasts on their YouTube channel the first at 9am yesterday, and this will continue at 9am on Saturdays and Sundays. Yesterday was a Quiz:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAUtUMgCzYk

Take care everyone, stay safe , follow advice and keep a distance. Stay tuned to our social media, we are all still here and we want to (virtually) stick together.

Nat (A54627)

Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun official website - Facebook - Twitter

Your core team at SuApr are: Simon - Natalie - John W - Sue - Sarah - Paul - Bev - Brad

Barcodes
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer? You should consider getting some Barcode wristbands. Make our scanners' lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!
Volunteering: How to get involved
Finding out about Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun volunteering opportunities couldn't be easier. Simply open a recent parkrun newsletter, results email or volunteer email, click on 'manage my profile', then 'email options', then select the events you'd like to hear from and click 'save opt-in events list'. You will then receive regular emails from those events letting you know all about their volunteering opportunities.
Future roster
You can see an event's future volunteer roster via our future roster page. To get in touch with us, just send an email to stratforduponavonhelpers@parkrun.com.
What would I do at the Event?
First, and most importantly, we never ask anybody to do anything they're not comfortable with. If you don't want a particular task, please let us know and we will happily give you an alternative job. But if you really want to do something in particular, please let us know and we'll see what we can do. You can find out more about Stratford volunteering roles on our Facebook notes page. We can also sort out roles that allow you to volunteers with (or as far as possible away from) your friends and family!

 

 

#207 The best of everything

Run #207 saw 388 runners take on the fantastic 3 lap flat, river fronted route.

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As always runners and volunteers were outwardly upbeat but with unprecedented sporting cancellations and uncertainty of when #208 will be, there was also a strangeness about today's run. COVID – 19 sees us in uncharted territory and I’m at a parkrun not aiming for a personal best!

But what is our best?

I used to think that it was my best time, a constant pursuit of improvement. But having been part of parkrun, I see that our best can be so many things; a personal best, best Dad (I love seeing so many Dads with pushchairs giving their wife/partner the morning off from being Mum), best Parent/Grandparent/Aunt/Uncle (supporting their children/grandchildren/niece/nephews), best friends, best marshal, best run director..... we’re all trying to be the best version of ourselves.

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Best Dad?

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Best Mum?

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Best friends?

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Best volunteers?

Today I learned that your best time doesn’t have to be your fastest time. Today I supported friends in their first parkrun. Today I saw a friend support her daughter and grandson. Today I saw a friend's husband smile with pride. Today I saw my friend's children grow in confidence. Today I saw mothers and fathers proud. Today I saw smiles on faces.

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Ollie completing run #1

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Paula, Louise, Charlie, Becky, Zoe and Jake #1

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Paula and Ollie

A massive THANK YOU to the army of volunteers, who not only make this event happen, but do it with a smile making this a wonderfully friendly and inclusive parkrun.

It may be some time before we can run together and enjoy #208, so in the meantime continue your passion at a distance that’s safe!

Thanks for reading

Julie Cox, Run Report Writer

Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun
Event number 207
14th March 2020

This week 388 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 63 were first timers and 54 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 34 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 38 volunteers:

Stella TOLHURST • Archie LUCAS • Brad GOODFELLOW • Lara BAKEWELL • Beverley BRIGDEN • John WADE • Steve HOWAT • Steven LOWE • Kate ALLEN • Paul HODGES • Jonathan ALLEN • Sharon HARCOURT • Terry BUZER • Jenny BUZER • Richard MORRIS • Michael OLIVER • Freya HOWAT • James BAKER • Julie COX • Georgina CASSELL • Sarah STIRMAN • Andrew HIBBITT • Kevan RUSSELL • Saskia HOLLIS • Aidan TOLHURST • Debbie BLOOMFIELD • Samuel BLOOMFIELD • Paul BAKER • Peter CLARKE • Henry SKIRVIN • Thomas HEATH • Katie BARRITT • Steven BOXALL • Mia FEATHERSTONE • Luay NAJI • Tom BROTHERTON • Isaac CHECKLEY • Mary Ann BELL-IRVING

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Ronny WILSON who recorded a time of 15:31 on 5th January 2019 (event number 149).
The female record is held by Georgie CAMPBELL who recorded a time of 17:46 on 28th December 2019 (event number 196).
The Age Grade course record is held by Kate WRIGHT who recorded 97.30% (17:54) on 15th April 2017 (event number 61).

Saturday was also International Pi Day (3rd month....14th day....) so we decided to mark it by awarding an apple pie to the runner who finished in 314th place...who was Ustane...

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....part of the gang from St. Albans which included the birthday girl with the crown and at least one person (on the extreme right!) who was doing her first ever parkrun. What a morning.

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Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun started on 20th February 2016. Since then 11,621 participants have completed 66,256 parkruns covering a total distance of 331,280 km, including 11,317 new Personal Bests. A total of 798 individuals have volunteered 6,165 times.

 

#206 – 7th March, 2020 International Women’s Day

Stratford upon Avon parkrun #206

 “I’ll just go along to do a few” were my words in September 2011 as I signed up for parkrun – this parkrun day was my 400th parkrun. What a fun and fabulous parkrun morning it was – there was cake, sweets, fruit, chatting, laughter, buggy running, a modified bib and of course a 5km run. In October 2011 I set out on my 1st parkrun at Brueton park in Solihull with 103 others. Twice up that hill I thought was the worst thing ever, but I loved the atmosphere and I went back the next week, then it became a habit! Then touring started – local at 1st to Cannon Hill, then Aberystwyth where the nice “flat” course got me a nice shiny new PB which took me ages to beat.

Away trips have been a theme to the past 8 years or so with over 70 different venues in 3 countries including a 6am flight to Dublin and a 5.30 coach to Bushy. The enjoyment of planning a trip to the moon and stars (Premier Inn) and lying in bed hoping parkrun is on in the morning which has only failed once and that day we got a nice muddy run at another venue (Rogiet) as a storm closed the Severn Bridge. The other theme to our moon and stars trips is that I always have to run with the buggy, therefore I always get to push when the course has a hill (Gedling, Wimpole, Bestwood Village to name 3!) – It’s all good fun though and Saturday wouldn’t be Saturday without parkrun

As the weeks were going by and I was approaching my 400th I was reminded on several occasions that it is not an official milestone but 500 runs is such a long way away so its good to have some fun at the big numbers as you go along. Thank you to all at Stratford parkrun for allowing me to celebrate my arbitrary milestone with you and allowing me to wear a milestone bib with an added “4” and also to the other runners and marshals for all the well wishes going around the course.

To all those took part in parkrun for the 1st time on International Women’s day – I hope you enjoyed the event and hope you will be back next weekend – it’s a great start to the weekend and becomes rather addictive as I will testify!

Volunteers

This week’s 41 heroes in yellow, thank you to -

Stella TOLHURST • Archie LUCAS • Kevin TOMKINSON • Simon TEALE • Anne TUGWELL • Sue TEALE • John WADE • Ant PIPE • Paul HODGES • Elizabeth CRABTREE • Pip BELL • Simon WILLIAMS • Richard MORRIS • Michael OLIVER • Hannah WARNER • Freya HOWAT • Harry TEALE HOWAT • Harry BAKER • Phoebe HOWAT • James BAKER • Sarah STIRMAN • Andrew HIBBITT • Tamsin RICHARDS • Sylvia MORRIS • Saskia HOLLIS • Aidan TOLHURST • Debbie BLOOMFIELD • Samuel BLOOMFIELD • Marije TUNNICLIFFE • Alexander BLOOMFIELD • Paul BAKER • Thomas HEATH • James HALL • Gill MCGEOUGH • Mischa HALL • Steven BOXALL • Mia FEATHERSTONE • Luay NAJI • Philip JAKEMAN • Tom BROTHERTON • Isaac CHECKLEY

Celebrations this week

The following Stratford upon Avon registered parkrunners completed a milestone run this weekend

  • 10 club: Tulah SEARLE (also first female finisher)
  • 50 club: David PYNE, John CARESS, Neil ROBERTSON, Tim BEATTIE

5 random stats from Stratford upon Avon parkrun this week.

  • This was event 206. In 206th position was Beverley BRIGDEN who completed her 142nd parkrun in 27:53
  • 60 1st timers this week. In 60th position was Charlie HOLLOWAY who completed his 19th parkrun in a new PB of 22:17
  • 41 volunteers this week. In 41st position was Richard PULIS who completed his 9th parkrun in a new PB of 21:33
  • The average run time for the event (overall) is 28:25. This was matched by 0 runners this week. The closest was David COTTON (28:26)
  • Position number of the week = 400 – Karen HEAL who completed her 6th parkrun 35:56
  • We were also delighted to be joined by Margaret SMITH running her 351st parkrun with us and our VW85-89 record holder

PBs

This week there was 66 personal bests recorded.

Here is a list of the parkrunners who have completed over 50 parkruns who achieved a PB this week –

  • Adam MALONEY – 19:38 – 72 parkruns
  • Stephen GIBLIN – 20:53 – 226 parkruns
  • Jeanette ROBATHAN – 22:58 – 286 parkruns
  • Adrian DE OLIVEIRA – 23:04 – 62 parkruns
  • Oliver GOODACRE – 23:12 – 54 parkruns
  • Tim BEATTIE – 24:13 – 50 parkruns
  • Portia NABNEY – 24:43 – 139 parkruns
  • David DOODY – 25:03 – 111 parkruns
  • Lisa STEVENS – 26:01 - 59 parkruns
  • Andrew MONK – 26:30 – 305 parkruns
  • Iain SMITH – 28:50 – 69 parkruns
  • Tracey GARRATT – 34:27 – 56 parkruns

Well done all

First timers

60 first timers took part this week, for 24 of them this was their 1st parkrun – welcome to the parkrun family

Official Report

This week 472 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 60 were first timers and 66 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 41 different clubs took part.

  • The male record is held by Ronny WILSON who recorded a time of 15:31 on 5th January 2019 (event number 149).
  • The female record is held by Georgie CAMPBELL who recorded a time of 17:46 on 28th December 2019 (event number 196).
  • The Age Grade course record is held by Kate WRIGHT who recorded 97.30% (17:54) on 15th April 2017 (event number 61).

Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun started on 20th February 2016. Since then 11,558 participants have completed 65,868 parkruns covering a total distance of 329,340 km, including 11,263 new Personal Bests. A total of 796 individuals have volunteered 6,127 times.

You can see more photos at https://photos.app.goo.gl/RNQDP1tcUVPjhUoM8

 

Did you know?

Stratford upon Avon parkrun has 5715 registered parkrunners

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun Results Page.

News

We had a good workshop last week with Springfield MIND on how to be more welcoming to people with mental heath issues and so we are trialling having a volunteer stand under the new welcome banner from 8.30 to welcome all new runners. We will be rolling out other ideas over the next few months.

Thanks for reading

Kevin (A190125)

RD Sue

Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun official website - Facebook - Twitter

Your core team at SuApr are: Simon - Natalie - John W - Sue - Sarah - Paul - Bev - Brad

Barcodes
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer? You should consider getting some Barcode wristbands. Make our scanners' lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!
Volunteering: How to get involved
Finding out about Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun volunteering opportunities couldn't be easier. Simply open a recent parkrun newsletter, results email or volunteer email, click on 'manage my profile', then 'email options', then select the events you'd like to hear from and click 'save opt-in events list'. You will then receive regular emails from those events letting you know all about their volunteering opportunities.
Future roster
You can see an event's future volunteer roster via our future roster page. To get in touch with us, just send an email to stratforduponavonhelpers@parkrun.com.
What would I do at the Event?
First, and most importantly, we never ask anybody to do anything they're not comfortable with. If you don't want a particular task, please let us know and we will happily give you an alternative job. But if you really want to do something in particular, please let us know and we'll see what we can do. You can find out more about Stratford volunteering roles on our Facebook notes page. We can also sort out roles that allow you to volunteers with (or as far as possible away from) your friends and family!

 

#205 a windy, fallen-tree dodging parkrun

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A warm welcome to the 50 runners new to Stratford, including 8 that had never done a parkrun before, well done to you all. Other impressive milestones included:

Joseph Cooknell [10] & Andrew Cooknell [50]

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Richard Liggatt [100] Bonus well done for being this week’s first finisher!

(Your core team try to spot who will be celebrating a milestone in advance, but sometimes we're not very good at it. Please send a message in advance if you can!)

In the coming weeks we have a few special things to highlight:

International Women’s Day

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the day before International Women’s Day, lots of parkruns around the world, including us here in Stratford, will be hosting a female-focused parkrun celebration. #IWDparkrun will be supported by This Girl Can, a campaign created by Sport England, a parkrun partner.

parkrun research shows us that, across the world, women are less likely than men to take part in parkrun. Despite the fact that females make 54% of registrations, they are less likely than men to run and continue participating (46% of runners are female). #IWDparkrun is a fantastic opportunity to encourage more women and girls to participate in parkrun events all over the world.

So come join in with the celebrations! Bring a female friend, colleague or family member and walk, jog, run or volunteer together!

Volunteering for mental health

Did you know it turns out volunteering is good for your health? You can tell from our chirpy lovable core team!

With this in mind, the mental health charity Mind is running their ‘Get Set to Go’ programme. The general aim of this is to improve the quality of life for anyone with mental health problems through access to activities in our local community (check it out at https://springfieldmind.org.uk/services/get-set-to-go ).

So how can we at parkrun help? The idea is that a group of us train and decide together how best we can make Stratford parkrun more inviting to affected potential parkrunners. Backed by Sport England and the National Lottery, they will be running a Level 3 CPD accredited course aimed at regular volunteers and other activity organisers.

So to recap:

Who’s running it? Trainers from Springfield Mind.

When is it? Thursday 5th March 1800-2100.

Where is it? Rotherhouse Surgery, Alcester Road.

Is there going to be food and refreshments? YES.

How can I get involved? Email us at stratforduponavon@parkrun.com or send us a message on facebook

Volunteering at the Stratford Marathon

Talking of which, the Stratford Marathon on the 26th April is looking for volunteers! Find out more at https://www.shakespearemarathon.org.uk/ or email in to stratforduponavonhelpers@parkrun.com to see how you can get involved.

Volunteering at parkrun

We also had a volunteer sign-up sheet fall down into the wet today and some names may have been rubbed off so, if you haven’t already, email in and sign up for something to help keep putting on parkruns.

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Everyone rushed to volunteer for next week as they find out volunteers get extra cake!

Thanks so much to our brilliant volunteers this week:

Aidan TOLHURST  •  Alan GREEN  •  Andrew HIBBITT  •  Archie LUCAS  •  Caleb SPRIGGS  •  Charlotte GIBBS  •  Clara NORRIS  •  David LUCAS  •  Georgina CASSELL  •  Gill MCGEOUGH  •  Harry TEALE HOWAT  •  Helen BAKER  •  Henry SKIRVIN  •  James BAKER  •  James NORRIS  •  Katie BARRITT  •  Liz LAWTON  •  Mia FEATHERSTONE  •  Michael OLIVER  •  Natalie DELLAR  •  Olwen KELLY  •  Paul BAKER  •  Paul HODGES  •  Paul JENNINGS  •  Philip JAKEMAN  •  Richard MORRIS  •  Sarah STIRMAN  •  Saskia HOLLIS  •  Sharon HARCOURT  •  Simon HARCOURT  •  Simon TEALE  •  Simon WILLIAMS  •  Stella TOLHURST  •  Steven BOXALL  •  Sue TEALE  •  Tom BROTHERTON

87072030_1923021597842418_8990075533664452608_oToday's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun Results Page.

Author, Archie Lucas

Run Director, Simon 
Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun official website - Facebook - Twitter

Your core team at SuApr are: Simon - Natalie - John - Sue - Sarah - Paul - Bev - Brad - Lara
Barcodes
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer? You should consider getting some Barcode wristbands. Make our scanners' lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!
Volunteering: How to get involved
Finding out about Stratford-upon-Avon parkrun volunteering opportunities couldn't be easier. Simply open a recent parkrun newsletter, results email or volunteer email, click on 'manage my profile', then 'email options', then select the events you'd like to hear from and click 'save opt-in events list'. You will then receive regular emails from those events letting you know all about their volunteering opportunities.
Future roster
You can see an event's future volunteer roster via our future roster page. To get in touch with us, just send an email to stratforduponavonhelpers@parkrun.com.
What would I do at the Event?
First, and most importantly, we never ask anybody to do anything they're not comfortable with. If you don't want a particular task, please let us know and we will happily give you an alternative job. But if you really want to do something in particular, please let us know and we'll see what we can do. You can find out more about Stratford volunteering roles on our Facebook notes page. We can also sort out roles that allow you to volunteers with (or as far as possible away from) your friends and family!

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