The aim of the club is to promote and organise 'fell' races in and around the West Midlands.
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Notice Board

A new update on this year's Mercia Club Championships is HERE. Information on Tuesday night runs from Church Stretton is here. On the first Tuesday of the month meet at the ford in Little Stretton instead of at Coop in Church Stretton. For info on the Gill Harris Long Mynd Tops Challenge Click Here. The records were updated 20/01/2013, click here to see details of completed rounds. Hashtag your Tweets #merciafr !

RACE ORGANISERS

Please send results to results@merciafellrunners.org.uk, preferably as a spreadsheet, they will then be posted on this site.

Mynd Mac Results

The results for today's Mynd Mac race are available here.

Shienton Steeplechase date correction

The date of the upcoming Shienton Steeplechase was incorrect in the calendar. It has now been corrected. The correct date is 7th May (so does not clash with the Wrekin Streak).

2013 Winter series - results after 5

Results so far (after 5 out of 6 races completed) are available here.

5km Trial Race

This from Edward Andrews:

Hi there

As members of local running clubs, I am emailing you details of a 5km Trail Race that I am organising in June. The route is hilly with fantastic scenery and this year we are pleased to be sponsored by Wenlock Spring Water and Hobsons Brewery!

I hope that you may be able to spread the word amongst the members of your clubs. 

We held a successful event last year and are hoping that it will grow even more this year. 

Runner wanted for 3 peaks yacht race

From Laurence Wilson:

Buttermere Sailbeck

I received this from thier RO:

Hi there

Cardingmill Canter Film

By pure coincidence there was an aerial film crew on the Mynd while our race was going on. They have kindly allowed us to show it here.
It was made by Aerial-Imaging Specialists Limited.

Cardingmill Canter

Results for today's Cardingmill Canter race are here.
A larger than normal field of 114 took part and all came back safely, no incidents, no injuries. No records broken either, the going being a bit on the soggy side. The weather though was kind, it was sunny! Blimey! First home was Tim Werrett in 42:45, closely followed by Pete Vale in 43:02. First lady home was Mel Price in 48:46 and eighth overall.

Cardingmill Canter - Kit Requirements

Just a reminder that the Cardingmill Canter race this Saturday will be run under the new FRA rules as if it was a medium race. This means you will be required to carry full waterproof body cover, hat & gloves, map & compass and a whistle. If you haven't got the kit you will not be able to race. Please bring all the required kit.

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