This edition of the newsletter welcomes our newest members, has details of our annual awards and Christmas party, race reports, runner profiles, dates for the diary and more… Download at the link below (or check your emails, existing members):
Well done to all who took part in, and to Shane for organising, this year’s No Watch Race. With 9 out of 27 runners all within 1 minute of their prediction, it really was anybody’s to win – so a huge well done to Ashley for taking the victory!
Location for this year’s No Watch Race is Crown Inn, Sproxton – 7pm on 14th August.
New to the “No Watch Race”? Full details are on the No Watch Race page.
There has been a slight change of plans to the previously published Summer Outrun schedule. Following the Three Club Challenge on Tues Aug 6th, the Croxton Kerrial outrun will now be on Wed Aug 7th at 7pm from the Goose and Feathers and the No Watch Run will be on Wed Aug 14th at a location to be confirmed closer to the time.
Updated schedule for all the Summer Outruns on Wednesdays is at summer outruns page.
In this edition we profile a current club member (Greeba Heard), her incredible progress and motivation, then highlight members’ charitable fundraising efforts and revamp the London Marathon eligibility criteria for the club’s place(s) plus introduce our new race “the Bison Bash” as well as a round up of the many events over the last month or so.
Please go to the race page for more details…!
Summer outrun season is upon us..! First outrun is on Wednesday 1st May from The Grange (Asfordby Hill) so please do come along for a run and stay for a drink and bite to eat if you can. For details of all this year’s runs and more information on what they are all about, see the summer outrun page.
Following the recent AGM, this year’s membership form, the safeguarding policy and (shortly) the updated constitution are available via the Club documents page.
Please see below for the latest newsletter – including history of the Striders, LRRL recap, a look forward to the summer outruns, and more!
Thanks to Michael, Emma, Katie, Chris and Andy for pulling this together.