14/09/2019 Wyre Forest parkrun #209

Wyre Forest parkrun
Event number 209
14th September 2019

Today's run report is written by Sandra HOWARD. Thanks Sandra.

Wyre Forest parkrun number 209 saw 226 parkrunners cross the finishing line today, many celebrating a PB. Well done to you all and hope you rang the PB bell! Young Natasha Rowley gained her milestone of 10 parkruns today - well done.

Today saw some starting their parkrun journey, welcome to parkrun and well done each, hope that we will see you again very soon.

Joe HALLOWELL • Clive JACKSON • David WHITEHOUSE • Simon HALLOWELL • Peter MURPHY • Mark HAMILTON • Kelly KITTO • Abi BROOME • Logan BRADFORD • Emma COLLINS • Kerry BEARD • Cameron HAMILTON • Noah BARAKS

Parkrun cannot happen without a weekly team of volunteers who give up their time to allow parkrun to be a safe and free event.

Please volunteer especially if you have not done so yet. There is loads of support and various roles that need to be filled each week with some allowing you to run and volunteer on the same event,so please do volunteer- it’s putting something back. The future rosters are available to view, along with a role description and how to contact the team on our web page.

One special volunteer is Lindsay Tillsley. Today Lindsay was awarded Volunteer of the Year Award. Many thanks for all your time. A well deserved award.

Looking forward to seeing you next week for another parkrun in the beautiful Wyre Forest.

This week 226 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 21 were first timers and 51 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 31 volunteers:

David MORE • Julie GOLDS • Jake GOOD • Fiona CLARKE • Michael GAUNT • Neil CRABBE • Katy BROOME • Duncan STARKIE • Graeme ANDERSON • Leeanne ANDERSON • Ann CHADWICK • Rosie CHADWICK • Lauren CHADWICK • Heather MORGAN • Lindsay TILLSLEY • Deborah NEWBOULD • Ellie ANDERSON • Gavin MILLICHIP • Alex LEES • Pauline SMITH • Caz SMITH • Sandra HOWARD • Debbie HYRONS • Charlie SMITH • Peter CARTWRIGHT • Sue HODGETTS • Sarah BOWLES • Steven WILLIAMS • Mason PRICE • Dave COLEMAN • Katy WOOLDRIDGE

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

The female record is held by Chloe RICHARDSON who recorded a time of 17:36 on 30th March 2019 (event number 185).
The male record is held by William RICHARDSON who recorded a time of 15:33 on 13th July 2019 (event number 200).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chloe RICHARDSON who recorded 84.09% (17:36) on 30th March 2019 (event number 185).

Wyre Forest parkrun started on 29th August 2015. Since then 6,692 participants have completed 39,034 parkruns covering a total distance of 195,170 km, including 7,461 new Personal Bests. A total of 617 individuals have volunteered 5,087 times.

Wyre Forest parkrun
Today's Run Director: Neil
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Andie (Event Director) - Jo - Vicky - Ade - David - Andy - Graeme - Mark - Neil

Other Links:
Video - Wyre Forest parkrun in 5 minutes
Forestry Commission Wyre Forest website
Wyre Forest parkrun was set up by members of Cleobury Mortimer Running Club
In the Diary -
Parking at Wyre Forest Groovy ERS Barcodes
Did you know that a Wyre Forest Discovery Pass includes parking for two cars (one at a time!) for £35 per year as well as supporting the work of the Forestry Commission you can get also get discounts on other products and services. Why not have a chat with your fellow parkrunners or volunteers?Otherwise, parking charges are £3 for up to 2 hours, £4 2-4 hours and £5 all day on Saturdays. 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 ERS Barcodes.
Make our scanners lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!

 

Please park responsibly in the car parks provided or stay green and cycle, jog or walk in when possible. Please, please, please do not park near local residents properties. Thank you.