I'm looking for marshalling help for the Cardingmill Canter on Saturday 9th March. Any help offered will be gratefully received. You can text me on 07850 654157 or call me on 01694 725597. (I can offer a bribe for Mercia members - you get points in the championship!). Sorry for the terseness of this, but those of you that know me will know I'm a bit of a robot.
Telford Parkrun starts this Saturday at 9am by the Town Park Visitor Centre - see the link. All you need to do first is register on line and print out the barcode pdf they send you. You just turn up and start. At the finish they scan your barcode which contains all your details and your time gets united with your name and whacked in the results. It's great fun and all the info you need is at the link below!
We have loads of lost property in our utility, now washed and dried! If you were brain dead yesterday after the race and think you left some kit, get in touch? A car key was picked up by the Sweep (Jane) on the race route up Callow. I also have that. Pauline 01743 352387
This years' Longmynd Valleys Race was truly a battle against the weather, in nearly thirty years there has never been such a tussle, in the past we have had snow, rain, wind, mud, ice and thunder & lightening everything! But today, this cool, quiet, rainy day at ground level was THE day that nearly just "did" for everyone.
Results from todays race can be viewed on the results page of the website,
Click Here for results
Click here for pictures taken by Alastair Tye near the summit
The National Trust have brought to our attention a couple of issues that they are concerned about, and have asked for our help, the first is a nasty virus that is spreding across the Long Mynd and Stiperstones, the virus is called of Phytophthora (means “plant destroyer”), Phytophthora is a large group of pathogens that cause diseases in plants, you may have heard about the fungi affecting larch trees in the UK.
The weather forcast for Sunday is a cold day, with outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow, so full kit will be required for tomorrows race - NO KIT NO GO
Click Here for the BBC local weather forcast for Church Stretton
Please note that because of the deteriorating weather forecast the Kit Requirements are now changed to WATERPROOF Tops and Bottoms to be worn or carried, all other requirements remain the same. If necessary further bulletins will be placed on the website before the day.
Just a reminder that WATERPROOF Tops and Bottoms are required to be worn or carried, also map suitable to navigate the course, compass and whistle, together with other body cover appropriate for the weather conditions.
These are the FRA mandatory requirements for a winter race with the Race Organisers' option to state that on this occasion waterproof rather than windproof be worn or carried.
The FRA rules state that all competitors must be prepared to accept such requirements as a condition of race entry.
PLEASE NOTE Registration will be in the Village Hall in Cleeton St Mary. See below for details............
If you are a regular at this race you will know that the car parking etc for this race has become a problem over the years so, this year we have booked the Village Hall, this is only half a mile from the start of the race and has lots of parking room and toilets, it is just a straight run down the road to the normal start area.
DIRECTIONS and INFORMATION