Well done to all taking part
BEGINNERS SESSIONS WILL BE STARTING AGAIN ON WEDNESDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER 2015.
IF YOU’D LIKE TO TAKE PART HERE ARE THE DETAILS
MEET POWNALL GREEN PRIMARY SCHOOL, BRAMHALL LANE SOUTH, BRAMHALL SK7 2EB.
7.30 PM- 8.30 PM. COST £4 non members or £3 per session if you’re joining Bramhall Runners. Book up and pay for all 8 weeks and get £5 off £27 non members/£19 for members. The cost to join is £15, membership runs from April to April.
JOG/WALK FROM 0 TO 5K IN 8 WEEKS. LED BY QUALIFIED COACHES AND RUN LEADERS
Well done to all who ran at Boxing Day Waterloo 5k – results are here – Boxing_Day_5k_Results_20141226
Bowstones 11k/7 mile race is on again this year – New Years Eve – 31st December 10 am start.
Registration at Boars Head pub, Higher Poynton, from 9 am
Entry form and further details here – http://www.ukresults.net/forms/141231bowstones.pdf
RACE REPORT – BRAMHALL RUNNERS TAKE A BOW TO THE NEW YEAR
New Years Eve Bowstones Fell Race 2014
Male and female course records were both broken at Bramhall Runners’s second 11K Bowstones end of year fell race. An unprecedented increase in more than twice the amount of entrants to last year, meant race organisers were thrilled with the enthusiasm of both experienced and novice fell runners to participate in the stunning route taking in Lyme Park. Finishers were equally pleased to have their efforts rewarded with a bottle of Stockport’s own Robinsons beer at the finish.
368 runners departed the Boars Head pub in Higher Poynton heading for the frosty scenic climbs of Bowstones and Lyme Park Cage. Since the first race last year, the word has spread amongst the running community meaning there was representation from local clubs and clubs as far afield as East London running alongside non-club runners. The organisers invited runners to wear fancy dress in a nod to Yorkshire’s iconic Auld Land Syne New Years Eve fell race, and Santa and a Mario brother were amongst those spotted racing for the finish. Simon Bailey (Mercia FR) broke the male course record with a time of 40.49 and Sophie Horrocks (Rossendale) won the female record with 47.55. British based charity Friends of the Himalayan Children’s Care Home that provides essential equipment and education to children from one of Nepal’s poorest and isolated areas will be delighted with funds raised by the race as this year’s chosen beneficiary.
Steve Fairclough, Race Director and Bramhall Runners chairman said “we were over the moon to be inundated with hundreds of on the day entries to this years event. Big thanks to all who helped out and who make the day happen. Thanks also to Robinsons Brewery for supporting the race – A run and beer after – what is there not to like”.
FULL RESULTS ARE HERE – https://bramhallrunners.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Bowstones-Fell-Race-2014-Master.pdf
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