2016 – What a Year!

ByAdrienne Olszewska

2016 – What a Year!

So what did we do this year? Well…You have raced 2K, 5K, 10K, 4 milers, 5 milers, 7 milers, 10 milers, half marathons, 20 milers and full marathons. You’ve raced in ultras from a mere 32 miles up to 105 miles with thousands of feet of ascent thrown in just for fun. You’ve run in different continents; Australia, Africa and Europe. Fell races number in the hundreds for the year with too many to reel off but covering Lancashire, Pennines, Lake District, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Peak District and Yorkshire. You have got down and dirty in Cross Country Leagues and championships.  You have competed in team relay events on the roads, trails and fells. You’ve joined Ben Smith in his 401 marathons campaign when he was in the area. And top it off some of you have just completed a 31-day running streak in December.

We’ve welcomed 46 new members and had to say farewell to a handful as well this year. We were especially sad to hear of the passing of Tony Aspin, Mick Raine and Valerie Lawson.

When you are not running you are organising races, marshalling races, helping out at parkruns, helping out with training sessions and supporting your club mates in all kinds of ways. There have been 52 roundups this year with contributions and reports from 75 club members over the year.  That’s an amazing number and something to be really proud of as I don’t think many clubs can boast such a huge amount of participation from its members.  In the words of Ron Hill: “Clayton; what a club!”


Whinberry Naze Fell Race

Report by Alan Dorrington

Cancelled last year during the horrendous Boxing Day floods, the Whinberry Naze Dash fell race was back this year with its usual eclectic mix of hangovers and fancy dress. Austerity seemed to have caught up with the dress code and there were no multi-occupant Chinese Dragons or Egyptian pyramids this year, but nonetheless the individual fancy dress on show wasn’t too shabby. A multitude of Elfs, some sexy, some not so, a couple of huntsman complete with dogs, Zorro, a bike carrying cyclist and Where’s Wally were among the outfits I caught sight of.fullsizerender

Whilst it was a crisp dry day and water engress would pose no threat to the many costumes, the vicious wind up on the tops would cause difficulties for some competitors with less than skin tight costumes (see Zorro’s cape for example).

A classic straight up and pretty much straight down route which makes up in climb what it lacks in imagination, the race starts up a very steep tarmac track and just keeps on going. Luckily they persuade Santa to do just one more gig before putting his feet up and he is always at the trig turn at the top with a tube of Smarties for each breathless runner. Those who are either less competitive or more foolhardy, attempt to eat them whilst breathing heavily and trying to descend a short greasy path to a long boggy run back for home. I’ve been running a charity challenge every day in December and had run 170 miles in the previous 2 weeks so was less than sprightly up the first steep climb, getting going up a bit more up to the trig at Cowpe Lowe before enjoying the scenic views (for once) over the Rossendale Valley on the way down.img_8878

Once finished down the steep and now slippery tarmac track, everybody was able to compare how well their outfits had fared up on the hill, and enjoy any wardrobe malfunctions as a consequence. A great way to run the Christmas fug off without getting too serious.

Awaiting results

Worden Park 10K

374 Runners ran off their Christmas dinners at the Worden Park Boxing Day 10K in Leyland, amongst them were four Clayton runners. First past the finish for the club was Mark Wightman in 48th place. 31523159240_02769ea2a2_hNext in was Stephen Biscombe in 68th. stephen-biscombBattling it out right to the end were Robert Morrison and Colin White in 78th and 79th respectively with Robert claiming a 3 second lead.

Pos Surname Category Time
48 Mark Wightman MV55 00:42:36
68 Stephen Biscomb MV60 00:44:10
78 Robert Morrison MV40 00:44:44
79 Colin White MV40 00:44:47

Full Results


Ribble Valley 10K

There was a whopping turnout of Clayton Harriers in the Ribble  Valley 10K with over 50 tangerine stripes on view. This popular road race attracts a quality field and the finish times are always fast.  Danny Collinge was our first man home in 33rd place overall with a time of 32:26.  Dave Bagot and Jacob Watson made the top 100 with sub 35 minute times. It seems that despite the excesses of Christmas, this race has brought out the best across the board with our runners as too many of them to mention ran a blinder and smashed their PBs.15774693_10207935064470512_7327752714116670218_o

Well done Team Clayton!

Race Report from Dave Motley

Fast and furious 10k and with another quality field, most of Clayton got new PBs including me. 2017 looks promising. Up the Clayton!15723622_10207935012509213_4643309125396976931_o

Race Report from Nerina Gill

My husband says every time you get a few runners together all they talk about is injuries. So I don’t want to make my report on the Ribble Valley 10k all about my dodgy ankle. But it was my first race in almost six months thanks to a nasty attack of tendinitis that put paid to my running for all of August and most of September. It’s been a long hard road back.15732272_1174960972572886_5557840999325405466_o

I got to the start expecting little. I felt flabby, a tad hungover, and full of Christmas stodge. But marathon training starts this week, so the hard work has to start somewhere, and racing is still the best way I know to get fit. I had several John Roche sessions under my belt, but nothing beats the pressure of a number on your chest.

I set off thinking I was taking it fairly easy, but within minutes I was out of breath. I tried to hang on to the people I knew, but even though the course was more undulating than hilly, I couldn’t keep up the pace. I dug in, and soon the 5k marker was in sight. Mr and Mrs Roche came up in my shoulder, and instructions were issued. I tried to relax, keep breathing etc, but tagging on just wasn’t an option. Within a few hundred yards they were gone.

Soon the road started heading downhill, and I picked up the pace, but I was frustrated. Downhills are usually my forte, but my legs were refusing to follow instructions. I hit the bridge, and remembered the outward section. Oh God, it was going to be uphill to the finish. Argh! No chance of a sprint for the line, my legs were dead. I clumped over the finish, vowing to stop eating and drinking instantly (yeah right) and looked at the time.

What seriously? A PB feeling like that? Not sure how, but I’d love to do that course properly fit. Plenty of hills await in January and February, but what a great race to do in that awkward period between Christmas and New Year. PBs were claimed by loads of people we passed, so it was a race very forgiving of Christmas excess. I usually work over Christmas, so it’s the first time I’ve been able to run it, and I can’t wait to give it another go. Next year, I’ll be fitter, lighter, and less hungover. No, really…

Race Report from Lisa Johnson

Having not run the Ribble Valley 10k (or any 10k) for some time it was with some trepidation that I lined up on the start line with my mum. It wasn’t helped by the fact that at this race, you are allowed to collect your t shirt before you race – temptation to grab it and go and sit in the car was quite strong! It was good to see so many familiar Clayton faces on the start line and on the course and the atmosphere was, as usual, very friendly and encouraging. I kept up with the legend that is Dave Scott for a while but then the inevitable happened and he overtook me.

15777081_1334487766618734_2429213692558840472_oSlight mishap at the water station where I chipped my tooth opening the water bottle but perhaps that took my mind off the running as I managed to beat my previous 10k pb set probably about 15 years ago. Seeing Mr Belshaw and his camera outside the pub was welcome and then it was just the small matter of slogging up the hill to the finish line to wait for my mum and cheer her in.

Race Report from Danny Pilkington

After a trial run (and swim) before the 2015 race got cancelled due to the horrific floods I was really eager to get going on the race this year.  Although cold and foggy, the weather in the morning was good.

I already had my race number through the post but no safety pins (I have made a note to start my own collection) so was ready to go early on.  There were plenty of Harriers around registration on  the morning which was good to see.15676468_10207935067310583_4146406599318769214_o

The race started on time and off we went, straight over Edisford bridge and up a hill.  I started off well but after 4k of an undulating (and picturesque) route, The food from Xmas day and boxing day forced me to slow down.

I finished 1:19 behind my PB (which was set at Lytham so I will take this) and despite my struggles half way round, I thoroughly enjoyed the route.  The stewards were spot on, encouraging people round and I don’t think I was the only one suffering from

Eating and drinking too much.  The online times came through quite quick and as ever, the friendly feel of the Clayton family was on show throughout.  There were lots of PB’s around too which, considering the undulating style of the course is a massive achievement.

Well done to all those hitting their PB’s.I can’t wait for next year’s race and will do my best not to overindulge over Christmas and boxing day.

Report from Judith Carey

We did a recce of the route a few weeks ago so that we felt prepared on race day and I was surprised at my pace, so I was gunning for a PB at this race. Although I was nervous because I’d run everyday in the Marcathon challenge and wasn’t sure how I would hold out.

Jane Hylands offered to run round with me and pace me and we were off! I really enjoyed the undulating route in the beautiful local scenery we live around and Jane kept me at a steady pace.15724656_10207935067390585_4307570689764222246_o

Around 6k I started to flag and then I heard the shouts and cheers from the Birtwistles which were gratefully received and lifted my pace! Then with 1k to go and an uphill finish I pulled out my fastest 1km split out of the 10! Knocking 6 minutes off my 10k time and coming in at 1:00:31. It was great to see so many Claytoners get PB’s too include Carl ?

The marshals were great and the km markings were really helpful.Definitely a race to do again, help run off the turkey and mince pies!

Pos Name Category Time
33 DANNY COLLINGE M 00:32:26
70 DAVE BAGOT M 00:34:05
89 JACOB WATSON M 00:34:51
134 DAVE MOTLEY M 00:37:03
135 LAURA HESKETH F 00:37:04
139 CHRIS SNELL M 00:37:07
219 MICHAEL TOMS MV50 00:39:19
220 JOHN HARTLEY MV60 00:39:23
253 JOHN WILCOCK MV50 00:40:39
260 MICHAEL HOGAN MV45 00:40:54
282 NICK ROSCOE MV45 00:41:38
301 DANIEL PLANT M 00:41:58
305 MICK HUGHES MV40 00:42:06
310 ANDY QUINN MV45 00:42:19
312 ALAN LIFE MV50 00:42:11
449 HELEN OROURKE F 00:45:40
452 DONA AIREY FV35 00:45:24
453 PAUL WALE MV45 00:45:45
466 MICHELLE ABBOTT FV35 00:46:14
468 BRIAN WILDMAN MV50 00:46:30
497 STUART PROCTOR M 00:47:24
499 CARL CAREY MV45 00:47:15
501 IRENE ROCHE FV55 00:47:05
503 JOHN ROCHE MV55 00:47:08
511 CRAIG NICHOLLS MV40 00:47:36
526 DAVID SCOTT MV70 00:48:00
535 JULIA RUSHTON FV50 00:48:01
549 LISA JOHNSON FV40 00:48:16
558 MARTIN BRADY MV50 00:48:55
561 IAN HARGREAVES MV50 00:48:44
562 TERESA DE CURTIS FV45 00:48:23
572 NERINA GILL FV45 00:48:52
589 JANINE POLLARD FV45 00:49:12
597 KATH BRADY FV50 00:49:20
628 JANE RYAN M 00:50:04
688 JO PERRY F 00:51:24
694 RACHEL TODD FV40 00:51:29
696 SUSAN CLARK FV45 00:51:34
697 LISA ELLIS F 00:51:35
821 MARK KNOWLES MV40 00:56:07
947 JANE HYLANDS FV45 01:00:22
950 JUDITH CAREY FV35 01:00:31
951 KARIN GOSS FV65 01:00:13
960 MARION WILKINSON FV75 01:00:48
1042 SHARON WILSON FV40 01:06:38

Full Results

Wansfell Pike

An out-and-back route, this race starts with an unforgiving short, sharp ascent of Stock Ghyll Lane to the fell gate/ stile. A runnable section to a 2nd gate leads on to a thigh burning section of steep stone steps which head directly upwards. A short section of open fell follows, over rough grass and onwards to the rocky summit. This is the only check point and although runners can take their own preferred route, most competitors ascend to the right of the summit, descending down the left or northern side, crossing back onto the main path near the bottom, creating a circular route.

Although short and sweet this race should not be underestimated. The route is very steep and extremely rough underfoot. Slippery, wet conditions can make the descent treacherous and if the mist is down the ability to navigate is essential.

Four Clayton Harriers took part with Mark Nutter finishing first for the club in 75th. He was joined by Andrew Firth and Simon Stansfield. Wendy Dodds was our sole lady competitor.

Pos Name Category Time
75 Mark Nutter MV50 30:01
81 Wendy Dodds FV60 30:51
101 Andrew Firth MV50 33:27
103 Simon Stansfield MV40 34:05

Full Results


256 Challenge

Report from Alan Dorrington

In a bid to ward off the long winter nights, the tendency to stay on the couch and avoid going out, let alone the Christmas excess, December is now the month for running challenges – Streaky December, Run Every Day, Marcothon and now the 256 Challenge.

The 256 is the idea of ultra writer and photographer Ian Corless and involves a pyramid of 256 miles for the month, running every day in December. You run 1 mile on the 1st, 2 on the 2nd up to 16 on the 16th and then, luckily, it goes back down to a final 1 mile on NYE. Not so bad you would think, until you look at the cumulative mileages – middle weeks of 56 miles followed by 99 miles followed by 70 miles. Nearly 10 marathons for the month, 4 in the hardest week and days and days where the previous 7 days mileage hovers close to 100. For some runners, big mileages like that are a regular feature but being fairly new to regular running, it was definitely a step in to the unknown for me.

Fortified by the knowledge that I never really run more than 20 – 25 miles a week, I decided I would run the challenge to raise money for M3 Project, the charity I manage that works with homeless young people. How hard could it be?

The answer was hard but not impossible. Worries over niggles and aches persisted in the first 7-10 days before my body simply accepted that it had no option but to run every day, for an ever increasing mileage. The aches went away, and whilst fatigue started setting in, it never really became desperate just hard mentally to go out day after day and run the required mileage. I was tired, spectacularly so, and with an appetite the likes of which I have never known. The Big Week of 100 miles (99 just wouldn’t do) came and went ok in a Groundhog Day of long runs, but it was the week after the Big Week that was the hardest – a bad day physically and mentally on the 19th when I had 13 miles to run was the lowest point. Christmas Eve Eve (9 miles) and Christmas Day and the 7 miler were turning points where I knew it was done, in the bag.

A final mile on NYE seemed almost an anti-climax but the knowledge that I had run through and well beyond what I ever imagined I could do will stay for a long, long time. For me personally, the biggest takeaway was the sense of surprise that if you ask your body to do something huge, look after it diligently and feed it, it can and will do it. With the support of 2 other friends who also completed the challenge at the same time, over £4000 has been raised to help homeless young people in East Lancashire. Who knows, I might even keep on running every day for a while longer yet…

If you would like to donate please follow this link

Auld Lang Syne Fell Race

A baker’s dozen of Clayton Harriers ran in this hugely popular festive fell race.  Christopher Holdsworth was celebrating his birthday in style by finishing in second place. Conditions were good if a bit “wuthering” (that’s a cold, biting wind if you are a southern softy). Louisa Powell-Smith was 2nd lady in the race.


Coming on New Year’s Eve, fancy dress is very much a part of this race and Neil Hardiman and Barbara Savage certainly got into the swing of things in a most ecclesiastic fashion!

Pos Name Cat Time
2 Chris Holdsworth M 42:30
29 Louisa Powell-Smith F 48:47
62 Peter Coates MV40 52:52
70 Russell Clarke M 53:30
154 Nicholas Roscoe MV40 59:25
176 John Wilcock MV50 61:18
179 Dave Motley M 61:24
245 Sean Clare MV50 64:27
270 Vicky Heys FV40 66:13
310 Barbara Savage FV50 69:18
311 Neil Hardiman MV40 69:19
316 Colin Woolford MV40 69:40
398 Robert Hirst MV60 82:30

Full Results

Bowstones Fell Race

The Bowstones are a pair of ancient Anglian cross shafts situated beside the old ridgeway between Disley and Macclesfield overlooking the gorgeous Lyme Park, with extensive views across the Cheshire Plain, to the city of Manchester and the hills of the Peak District.

The run starts from the Boards Head Pub in Higher Poynton and winds its way uphill, crossing the Macclesfield Canal, into Lyme Park, joining the Gritstone Trail up to the Bowstones themselves, before passing Lyme Hall and the deer sanctuaries near Lyme Cage, eventually winding back down to Higher Poynton.

It’s a tough challenge, but the views (and the free bottle of beer to all finishers) make it more than worthwhile.

Chris Snell was our sole representative in this year’s race. He finished 16th in a field of 389 runners. A cracking finish to his running year.

Race report from Chris Snell

I booked on to Bowstones race due to Auld lang syne becoming full almost immediately and my Brother (Stockport Harriers) had booked to race and mentioned there were a few places available. Registration was between 8-930 in Cheshire so early start for myself and coach Gemma.

On the start line I didn’t recognise any faces but vests from Pennine, Dark Peak, Horwich, there was a decent turnout. I set off from the front and felt good for the first mile steady bridleway climb, I slipped behind from the leading group  but as usual thought head down run hard and see how it goes. The rest of the race after the first mile climb is forest track and grass paths within Lyme Park and has 3 bs climbs so not too bad and great practice for less experienced fell runners.

The route finishes with the same 1-mile bridleway so a fast finish.

I finished in 16th place and my brother 38th so I keep bragging rights for another race.

Pos Name Category Time
16 Chris Snell M 0:46:42

Full Results


It may have been Christmas but that hasn’t stopped you from running in multiple parkruns on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve in locations as far flung as Penrith, Whitley Bay, Swansea and even South Africa.


Clayton-le-Moors Harriers love parkrun. So much in fact that rather a lot of you did the double on the Christmas weekend and ran on Christmas Day as well.

Burnley parkrun – A total of 271 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
11 Jonathan CLEAVER 19:29 VM35-39
12 Simon WILSHAW 19:37 JM15-17 New PB!
16 Nicholas HENNESSEY 20:37 JM11-14
19 Stephen AINSWORTH 20:52 VM60-64
26 Daniel PLANT 21:19 SM30-34
36 Helana WHITE 22:46 JW10
37 Colin WHITE 22:50 VM40-44
44 Matthew JACKSON 23:21 JM10
48 Michelle ABBOTT 23:37 VW35-39
61 Aaron LUNDIE 24:23 JM11-14
68 Nina KEWIN 24:41 VW35-39
91 Dawn TERRY 25:51 VW50-54
115 Barry MITCHELL 27:00 VM70-74
120 Annabel WILCOCK 27:07 JW15-17
121 Bethany WHEATCROFT 27:09 JW11-14
122 John WILCOCK 27:16 VM50-54
123 Lisa ELLIS 27:22 SW30-34
131 Brian WILDMAN 27:47 VM50-54
134 Donna SCOTT 27:55 VW50-54
135 Bianca BENNETT 27:56 SW25-29
149 Carl CAREY 28:38 VM45-49
167 Stuart BARKER 29:39 VM50-54
181 Ron CHAPPELL 30:14 VM65-69
185 Helen HARRISON 30:18 VW45-49
203 Jack MCGUIRE 31:16 VM60-64
209 Sophie MCINTOSH 31:35 SW25-29
210 Robert HIRST 31:40 VM65-69
239 Judith CAREY 34:07 VW35-39
267 Martin TERRY 39:27 VM55-59 First Timer!

Dewsbury parkrun – A total of 108 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
93 Robin PRICE 34:01 VM70-74

Pendle parkrun – A total of 99 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
6 John HARTLEY 22:06 VM60-64
27 Martin BRADY 26:02 VM50-54
29 David Ian SCOTT 26:16 VM70-74
75 Christine Jennifer EGERTON 33:44 VW65-69
83 Christine LEATHLEY 36:48 VW65-69

Skipton parkrun – A total of 154 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
81 Jude ASHWORTH 27:18 VW55-59
125 Eileen JONES 30:48 VW60-64 First Timer!
127 Jon SHARPLES 31:09 VM60-64 First Timer!

St Albans parkrun – A total of 482 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
126 Katy THOMPSON 23:39 VW60-64

Whitley Bay parkrun – A total of 243 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
70 Wendy DODDS 25:04 VW65-69 First Timer!

Witton parkrun – A total of 88 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
1 Louisa POWELL -SMITH 18:47 VW35-39 First Timer!
38 Nerina GILL 26:17 VW45-49
46 Julia RUSHTON 27:02 VW50-54


Dewsbury parkrun – A total of 109 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
112 Robin PRICE 35:48 VM70-74

Pendle parkrun – A total of 62 runners took part

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
1 Jonathan CLEAVER 20:04 VM35-39 First Timer!
3 Kevin DAVIES 20:40 VM55-59
6 Daniel PLANT 21:55 SM30-34 First Timer!
8 John HARTLEY 22:04 VM60-64
11 Reece Adam LAWRENCE 22:37 JM15-17 New PB!
19 Alan LIFE 24:38 VM50-54
23 Donna AIREY 25:21 VW35-39 First Timer!
24 Chris LAWRENCE 25:24 VM50-54 New PB!
32 Natasha OLSZEWSKA 28:05 JW11-14
33 Carl CAREY 28:15 VM45-49 First Timer!
37 Carol LIFE 29:38 VW50-54
38 Yvonne WICKHAM 30:35 VW50-54
45 Adrienne OLSZEWSKA 32:21 VW45-49
49 Christine Jennifer EGERTON 33:41 VW65-69
51 Judith CAREY 34:01 VW35-39 First Timer!

Witton parkrun – A total of 82 runners took part

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
40 Julia RUSHTON 30:01 VW50-54
41 Nerina GILL 30:01 VW45-49


Burnley parkrun – A total of 291 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
1 Danny COLLINGE 17:13 SM20-24
8 Nicholas HENNESSEY 19:22 JM15-17
9 Jackson MCKAY 19:30 JM11-14
12 Simon WILSHAW 19:57 JM15-17
14 Reece Adam LAWRENCE 20:01 JM15-17
16 Gareth BERRY 20:29 VM40-44
19 Adam QUINN 20:41 JM11-14 New PB!
23 Stephen AINSWORTH 21:03 VM60-64
25 Andy QUINN 21:27 VM45-49
27 Mick HUGHES 21:36 VM40-44 New PB!
47 Chris LAWRENCE 23:11 VM50-54
51 Aaron LUNDIE 23:19 JM11-14
53 David Ian SCOTT 23:23 VM70-74
57 Carl CAREY 23:33 VM45-49
58 Michelle ABBOTT 23:39 VW35-39
63 Alison DUGDALE 23:47 VW45-49 First Timer!
70 Ian HARGREAVES 24:00 VM50-54
73 Nina KEWIN 24:12 VW35-39
84 Nathan KEWIN 24:50 JM11-14
93 Brian WILDMAN 25:12 VM50-54
94 Donna SCOTT 25:17 VW50-54
98 Lisa JOHNSON 25:33 VW40-44
116 John WILCOCK 26:36 VM50-54
117 Annabel WILCOCK 26:38 JW15-17
119 Bethany WHEATCROFT 26:46 JW11-14
120 Beth QUINN 26:53 SW18-19
122 Heidi KEWIN 26:58 JW11-14
171 Ron CHAPPELL 29:27 VM65-69
173 Stuart BARKER 29:29 VM50-54
203 Jack MCGUIRE 30:51 VM60-64
211 Marion WILKINSON 31:00 VW75-79
219 Judith CAREY 31:37 VW35-39
269 Helen HARRISON 36:56 VW45-49

Dewsbury parkrun – A total of 108 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
94 Robin PRICE 33:57 VM70-74

Fell Foot parkrun, Newby Bridge – A total of 319 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
82 Wendy DODDS 24:34 VW65-69

Finsbury parkrun – A total of 224 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
183 Eileen JONES 31:03 VW60-64 First Timer!

Heaton parkrun – A total of 486 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
19 Michael TOMS 19:38 VM50-54

Knysna parkrun – A total of 352 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
173 Deborah GREENWOOD 33:00 VW45-49 First Timer!

Lytham Hall parkrun – A total of 280 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
136 Philip NAYLOR 28:14 VM35-39 New PB!

Pendle parkrun – A total of 90 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
3 Paul HESKETH 21:02 VM50-54
5 Briony Josephine HOLT 21:25 JW11-14 New PB!
6 John HARTLEY 21:31 VM60-64
29 Martin BRADY 25:23 VM50-54
39 Natasha OLSZEWSKA 27:38 JW11-14
49 Adrienne OLSZEWSKA 30:05 VW45-49
62 Christine Jennifer EGERTON 33:35 VW65-69
71 Bronia OLSZEWSKA 36:20 JW11-14

Penrith parkrun –  A total of 172 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
6 Jonathan PYE 19:04 SM25-29

Swansea Bay parkrun – A total of 292 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
166 Yvonne WICKHAM 27:37 VW50-54

Witton parkrun – A total of 99 runners took part.

Pos   parkrunner   Time   Age Cat   Note  
19 Helana WHITE 23:59 JW10
25 Colin WHITE 24:43 VM40-44
42 Nerina GILL 27:18 VW45-49
98 Julia RUSHTON 49:14 VW50-54

About the author

Adrienne Olszewska