Wyre Forest parkrun
Event number 180
23rd February 2019
This week 253 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 31 were first timers and 44 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.
We welcomed the following newbies to the wonderful world of parkrun!:
Tammy GRIFFIN, Julia MORSE, Sorrel MUMFORD, Simon MANN, Karen GRIFFITHS, Rupert WARREN, Mark FRASER, Andy EVANS, Katie GEORGE, Andrew BOARDMAN
Hopefully see you all again next time!
We received visitors from Sandwell Valley, Kendal, Suffolk, Cannock and Perry Hall!
Thank you to tourist Darren for the following feedback:
"Was across here from Suffolk this weekend with my wife and we took part in your event.
Just wanted to say what a cracking park run you all do, much harder course than our flat one at Great Cornard, but a beautiful ,well run, friendly, event.
Cheers Darren, always good to hear great things about our event!
The event was made possible by 33 fabulous volunteers, thank you to them all:
Vicky HONEYBOURNE • Kim HOOD • Andrea FORD • Stuart JONES • Jen GRAINGER • Vicki HULME • Neil CRABBE • Andrew GARLICK • Lilia Grace FORD • Katy BROOME • Kirsty WILKES • Amy SMITH • Graeme ANDERSON • Lindsay TILLSLEY • John FRANCIS • Vicki KELLY • Rachael SHEPHERD • David EVANS • Pauline SMITH • Gill JONES • Dylan TURNER • Debbie HYRONS • Jeremy FERGUSON • William SMITH • Zoe ELKIN • Olive KELLY • Steve REDDING • Jill WALKER • Lisa MASON • Joshua MASON • Isobel MASON • Mason PRICE • Patrick YARRANTON-GREEN
Do your bit by volunteering too - please email wyreforest@parkrun to put your name on our roster. Thank you.
Congratulations to the totally inspirational Lindsay PULLEY who bettered his own Age Category record for VM80-84 this week with a cracking time of 32:46. Lindsay is our oldest parkrunner and has now completed a whopping 236 parkruns. What a star!
The following parkrunners achieved milestone recognition this week - welcome to the 50 club Sarah CLARK and junior Amaya MOORE.
We lost more finish tokens again this week (sad face). So please, please, please don't take our tokens home with you. If you have any of our finish tokens we would really like them back - just drop them in a bucket or hand to a volunteer who will be most grateful, thank you.
And very importantly - don't forget your barcode! And if you do, please do not ask any of our volunteers to manually enter your result as I'm afraid the answer will always be 'no'. Put a spare in your car, kit bag, mobile phone case or under your shoe insole now... just don't forget to bring it!
Thank you all, see you next time!
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 17:53 on 29th December 2018 (event number 172).
The male record is held by William RICHARDSON who recorded a time of 15:35 on 2nd February 2019 (event number 177).
The Age Grade course record is held by William RICHARDSON who recorded 83.64% (15:35) on 2nd February 2019 (event number 177).
Wyre Forest parkrun started on 29th August 2015. Since then 5,602 participants have completed 31,870 parkruns covering a total distance of 159,350 km, including 6,210 new Personal Bests. A total of 539 individuals have volunteered 4,229 times.
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
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