Wyre Forest parkrun
Event number 137
28th April 2018
Welcome to this week's run report!
This week 174 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 18 were first timers and 30 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 17 different clubs took part.
We had a local running club in charge of the whole event this week as the members of Cleobury Mortimer Running Club performed a 'volunteer takeover'. For those of you new to our parkrun who may not know, CMRC are the club that provide the majority of our core team and originally got our parkrun off the ground.
CMRC Club Chair and Coach Jo WATSON was our Run Director for the morning and she told us about the upcoming inaugural Cleobury 10k. This will take place on Sunday 1st July at 11am and starts at Cleobury Mortimer Sports and Social Club. There is a bespoke medal and optional t-shirt. The race will be on closed roads around the town and surrounding countryside and features some of the area's best hills! We know you all like hills - so get signed up!
Details about the race can be found here: Cleobury 10k
Congratulations to our awesome first time parkrunners this week:
Sharon NORGROVE, Steven MARTIN, Jan MULDERS, Helen CAMPBELL, Ruth NEWRICK, Joanne FERNIHOUGH, Stuart YOUNG, Kayleigh ROTHERHAM, Stacey Marie WILLIAMS, Ethan WARD, Ann MULDERS, Melissa MILLS, Iain PATTON
The event was made possible by a record breaking number of 44 volunteers:
Shirley THOMAS • Lindsay B PULLEY • Wayne SMITH • Andrea FORD • Joanne WATSON • Vicki HULME • Lisa BAILEY • Matthew BAILEY • Adrian FORD • Andrew GARLICK • India-Rose FORD • Dawn LLOYD • Carole EVANS • Lisa BIGGS • Lisa GARLICK • Lindsay TILLSLEY • Vicki KELLY • Luke WILLIAMS • Gavin MILLICHIP • Toby LLOYD • Donna PERRY • Jennifer SHUKLA • Jasmine SHUKLA • Ian STEELE • Faith STEELE • Hugo STEELE • Netty COLLEY • David EVANS • Pauline SMITH • Rachel SHIELDS • Ben PARKES • Daniel BATE • James PAYTON • Olive KELLY • Allan SHIELDS • Catherine WILLIAMS • Jo HAYWOOD • Sarah WILLIAMS • Ollie SHIELDS • Maisie WHITE • Freddie WILLIAMS • Grace WILLIAMS • Ozzy SMITH • Libby SHIELDS
Thank you so much to all the members of Cleobury Mortimer Running Club for giving up their time to provide another excellent, smoothly run event. Our next 'takeover' will be by the Stourport Scouts on May 12th. If you are part of a club or group and would like to get involved - please contact us at email@example.com
Finally, thank you to Gavin MILLICHIP for the fab photographs used in this week's report - more amazing photos are on our parkrun Flickr page - link below!
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 Bryony HAINES who recorded a time of 17:54 on 14th May 2016 (event number 38).
The male record is held by William RICHARDSON who recorded a time of 15:58 on 21st October 2017 (event number 113).
The Age Grade course record is held by Bryony HAINES who recorded 83.61% (17:54) on 14th May 2016 (event number 38).
Wyre Forest parkrun started on 29th August 2015. Since then 4,315 participants have completed 22,661 parkruns covering a total distance of 113,305 km, including 4,741 new Personal Bests.
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