Run with us on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day!

Christmas Day wouldn't be Christmas Day without our festive parkrun! We'll be here, 9am, wear your Santa Suit, something sparkly, Christmas jumper, or regular kit. And have a few chocolates with us afterwards before going home to enjoy the rest of your Christmas.

We'll also be running on New Year's Day, 9am again. Run once, or run a second parkrun, it's the only day of the year you can do a double!

 

Join us on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day!

Yes, we'll be here on Christmas Day for a festive run, we'll even have flasks of tea and coffee to warm you up before you head home to enjoy the rest of your Christmas Day.

A week later on New Year's Day we'll be back for the only day of the year when you can run TWO parkruns! Run with us then head off to one of the nearby parkruns for your second parkrun of the day.

Both events are 9am. See you there?

 

Age UK 10k – Harewood House – 6 April 2014

Age UK have asked us to feature their upcoming 10k on our news pages.  Please find the details they have provided below.  If any other local race organisers would like us to feature their races on our news pages please email leedsoffice@parkrun.com

From Age UK ...

Registration for Wrap Up and Run Harewood House 2014 is now open! Sign up now to join 1000s of fantastic runners at Leeds' most scenic 10K run on 6 April 2014. All money raised from the race will go towards Age UKs ‘Spread the Warmth’ campaign which was launched in response to the needless deaths of more than 200 older people per day in the cold weather. Our aim is to stop unnecessary suffering and preventable winter deaths.

  • Location - Harewood House, Leeds
  • Parking - Free in Showground
  • Date - 6 April 2014
  • Cost - £16
  • Start - 10.00am, warm up from 9:30am
  • Finishers medal and chocolate bar

If you have any questions, please contact us at 10k@ageuk.org.uk or call the 10k hotline 0800 169 8787. More details can be found on our website; www.ageuk.org.uk/10k

 

Leeds parkrun 190

Another Saturday, another parkrun. Who will get a pb this weekend? Join us on Saturday and be a parkrunner at 9am, Hyde Park, Leeds.

 

Leeds parkrun welcome back Lucozade

http://www.lucozade.com/participate/parkrun/

On April 23rd Lucozade will be returning to Leeds parkrun and we want you to say YES to wearing any item that is Orange. It can be anything from a shirt to a headband. Doing so will entitle you to a free goody from Lucozade!

www.lucozade.com

parkrun's free events take place all over the country, giving people of all ages the chance to enjoy friendly competition in the great outdoors every weekend.
 

University of Leeds Celebrating the Games lecture series

 

The University of Leeds is delighted to present the third annual Celebrating The Games series of Olympic & Paralympic themed lectures in February and March 2011.
 
The series of free public lectures is recognised by the London 2012 Inspire Programme and features 9 different themes and subjects related to the Olympic & Paralympic Movement, London 2012, sport and sporting achievement.
 
The full programme of lectures is available at www.leeds.ac.uk/olympics. Places are limited & interest is expected to be high so it is recommended you reserve tickets by emailing celebratingthegames@leeds.ac.uk
 
The series opens on 4th February (12noon, Council Chambers, Parkinson Building) with Martin Green, Head of Ceremonies for London 2012. Martin is a University of Leeds graduate and will return to talk about his role in overseeing the Opening & Closing ceremonies, Medal Presentation ceremonies and the Torch Relay. Martin’s talk provides a unique opportunity to hear about how London and the UK will welcome the World during Games time – including an expected global audience of over 1.5billion who will watch coverage of the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
 
The second lecture is 'Leeds Triathlon and Golden Ambitions for London 2012' on Wednesday 9th February at 6:15pm. This talk will feature another Leeds alum Alistair Brownlee (2009 World Triathlon Champion) and current University of Leeds student Jonny Brownlee (2010 World Under-23 Triathlon Champion) and coaches Malcolm Brown & Jack Maitland. The evening will give an insight to the formation & development of the Leeds Triathlon elite training squad and how both athletes are aiming to qualify for the GB Team at London 2012.
 
Another highlight is the talk by Roger Mosey - Head of BBC 2012 (12 noon 25th February). Roger will talk about his role in overseeing the BBCs 2012 coverage across all genres and throughout the world. Prior to his current role, Roger has held a number of senior jobs within the BBC including Head of Radio 4’s Today programme, Head of BBC Radio 5live and Head of BBC Sport.
 
A number of high profile speakers will also participate in Celebrating The Games including;
Debbie Jevans - Head of Sport for London 2012.
Sir Ian Johnston - Head of Security for London 2012. 11th March.
Noel Thatcher - 5-time Paralympic Gold medallist. 5th March.
 
All lectures are free to attend and are open to all.
 

Leeds parkrun 8/1/10

We are looking forward to returning to a normal Saturday parkrun tomorrow, enthusiastic runner's and a great community spirit. Come and get involved as we announce Jaz and Linda 100th runs and give out our monthly t-shirts along with a 100 Jacket for Stephen O'hara!

T-shirts are to be awarded to
10's - Susan McBurney, Edward... Robinson, Laura Drausfield and Elin Cave

50's - Kathryn Munn

See you at 9am!

 

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