Thank you to everyone who attended this week’s AGM. As emailed to the mailing list following the AGM, the club’s committee and associated roles are as follows for the year ahead:
Shane Sharkey – Chairman
Andy Nicholls – Club Secretary
Theresa Coltman – Treasurer
Darren Glover – Men’s Captain
Vicki Lowe – Ladies’ Captain
Simon Bottrill – Run Co-ordinator
Di Underwood – Juniors Head Coach/Safeguarding Officer
Other Committee Members
Key Club Roles (not already mentioned)
Mark Stoneley – Coach
Matt Chalmers – Social Media
Clive Kent/Mark Ashmore – Website
Michael Cooke – Melton Sports – Club Kit
Obviously, this is not an exhaustive list of the roles that people perform within the club – there are many many more who do very important things to support the progression of the club, but it would be impossible to name them all individually, so to everyone else I would like to issue a blanket thank-you for all your hard work.
For link to final results, masses of photos, video and the Melton Times race report, please see the main Stilton 7 page.
I decided to try out this half. Standing at the start line in my lonely striders vest thinking I wouldn’t know anyone – at the side of me was our fellow Melton parkrunners Emma Machowska and Gosia Garnier and was a lovely surprise to see them. The course was a winding first half mainly streets, but second half made up for it along the Thames river bank and past the grounds of Hampton court palace. I was pleased with my efforts 1.42.00 and 8th in age cat. A well organised and friendly race in a beautiful part of London, nice thick medal and tech teeshirt. [Vicki]
Tuesday training moves back to MV16 on 28th March (meet in the car park for 6:15 start).
Thursday training moves back to the Country Park on 30th March (meet in car park at Wymondham Way Visitor Centre for 6:00 start).
There will be no training on April 11th and 13th.
In this month’s newsletter – Stilton 7 thanks, AGM info, LRRL entry dates and links and more:
2017.3.5 Striders Newsletter