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New RSE Club Report – Scampering around!

Bourton 1 mile

This poular race is notorious for its slightly chaotic start, as runners line up on the road a mile out of town, only to hear ‘Car’ and have to move back to the side. Once the race gets going though, it’s an interesting challenge for the entrants, as they try to gauge what speed you really need to run for a mile. Tough, fast and flat, the Bourton mile is one for the calendar.

  • Alan Powderhill – 6:29
  • Steve Sandercock – 7:13 – 2nd in age group!
  • Sarah Page – 7:37
  • Sue Navin – 7:56 -2nd LV65!
  • Liz Hulcup – 12:00 (Tail runner)
  • Jo Wood
  • Vicki Mason
  • Zoe Markham-Lee
  • Libby Butler
  • Jennifer Glass
  • Darren Jenner
  • Kirsty Pitts
  • Elaine Chapman
  • Felicity Crotty
  • Charlie
  • Ben Chapman
  • Mark Garrett
Always one of the toughest races due to being at an uncomfortable pace from start to finish. Really happy with sneaking under my target time of 6:30! Brilliant day with fellow RSE runners as always 🏃🏻‍♂️💪
Alan Powderhill
Always a tough race but good atmosphere and support
Sarah Page

Leeds Half Marathon

One of Yorkshire’s biggest event of its kind, the Leeds Half Marathon attracts thousands of runners each year. The race boasts vibrant atmosphere, an event village and pacers. The course is out and back starting and finishing at the renowned Headingly Stadium.

A huge congratulations to RSE’s Monica Farthing who completed the course!

  • Monica Farthing – 2:29:04
Fab race so worth the trek! Well organised event with both the full and half starting and ending in the same venue. Streets lined with support most of the way. Was warm!!! And pleased with my result and scored a PB 🙂
Monica Farthing

Stroud Trails Quarter Marathon (ish)

When you hear ‘Stroud’ or ‘Minchinhampton’ + ‘Race’, it can be certain that there will be a hill or 2 involved. The Stroud Trails event is no different, with a challenging mixture of hills, towpaths and disused railways for runners to enjoy. But with hills comes spectacular views of the Cotswold Way and the knowledge that times don’t really matter!

  • Paul Beaumont – 1:36:49
Thought would have a go at this as I can’t do other runs in the next few weeks and, anyway, I wanted to know what a trail run was like. Well, I found out that this one is hilly! Also, it was rather warm and, in one place, pretty muddy. The information said it’s nearly 8 miles. However, this assumes a basic level of competence in following signage, which I clearly haven’t got. I made 3 errors I can remember, although none of them serious. I don’t have a great record on this sort of thing – I recall last summer on an RSE Monday session, running back along the canal at Siddington with Mick; we came back to the road and I couldn’t find the path on the other side! Anyway, this may explain why my watch said I’d done 9 miles. It was definitely the hardest race I’ve done (by a country mile, I suppose!). However, when I got home I couldn’t stop thinking about how lucky I am to live near such beautiful countryside. Then, when I looked at the result, I found I’d come 5th out of 34 runners so I was pretty happy. To put the result in perspective the person who came first was nearly 40 mins quicker than me (but I bet he didn’t enjoy his gin and tonic as much). Overall learning point for me about a trail run? – maybe not think about the time or anything like that, just appreciate what I am seeing.
Paul Beaumont

Sherborne 5 miler

This challenging race includes steep sections, varied terrain and natural obstacles. But alongside the challenges comes the beautiful scenery. which is why we love trail runs. The route starts at Sherborne School and takes runners through the beautiful National Trust Sherborne Estate.

Congratulations to Elliot Gardiner who took to the course!

  • Elliot Gardiner – 40:52
  • Mark Garrett
I haven’t done many trail races but this one might be my favourite so far! (Despite the first mile being all uphill and in a temp of 24° 🥵) it was a very scenic trail run across the top of the hills and through the woods with some amazing scenery. It was all extremely well organised & separate timing chips were provided. There were plenty of friendly marshals in all the right places, who were very supportive & encouraging. The race HQ was at the primary school and the school kids did the registration, the medals and provided some much needed refreshments at the end including a bbq and a cake stand! 😋 I would highly recommend this race to anyone looking for a local scenic trail race! 👍🏻
Elliot Gardiner

TEC Wye Valley Ultra

The Wye Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering stunning riverside walks and lush bluebell covered forests. The ultra marathon follows the River Wye Path down river for a number of miles, before crossing the river and picking up the Offa’s Dyke Path. Runners are then lead to the Highmeadow Woods for a tough woodland circuit before crossing the river via the swing bridge to the finish!

A massive well done to Nadine Brown for running the 36.3 Mile course!

  • Nadine Brown – 8:06:41
Beautiful sunny day spent in the Wye Valley, if a little too warm at times! A good mix of fields, river views, bridges and climbs. Although last 7 miles was more technical and required some crawling under and climbing over fallen tree branches! A fun day out!
Nadine Brown

North Cerney Scamper 5k & 10k

It has been 50 years since the last North Cerney Village race, so its revival is long overdue! Organised by RSE’s very own Jess James, team RSE were out in force to support. The route was predominantly on local trails and farm tracks, with a short road section and a good hill! 

Well done to all those who took part!

  • Sue Navin – 34:27 (5k)
  • Gemma Wright – 1:05 (10k)
  • Kevin Joynes-Creed
  • Amanda Ball
  • Cathy Steer
  • Caroline Joynes-Creed
  • Anne Gardiner
  • Becca Wilson
  • Jo Beames
  • Kirsty Pitts
  • Anna Field
  • Anne-Marie Davies
  • Daniel Drayton
  • Rebecca Southerington
  • Mary Shepherd
Lovely, fun route to run. Apart from the steep hill! And fantastic, friendly organisation by Jess
Sue Navin
Congratulations to Jess and the team for organising a great event and raising so much for North Cerney School. Personally I was chuffed to bits to be awarded the prize for ‘muddiest male finisher’ 😎 Hopefully it’ll become a regular fixture as I look forward to doing it again.
Kevin Joynes-Creed

Thank You

A big thank you for the lovely RSE's support at the North Cerney Scamper. So kind of everyone to come, and we made £1300 to support the village hall and primary school. Everyone was so supportive!

Jess James

parkruns -11/06/2024

Hampstead Heath parkrun

  • Jenny Hoffman – 35:44

Tonbridge parkrun

  • Samantha Ward – 29:43

Cirencester parkrun

  • Phil Hudson – 21:38
  • Paul Billinghurst – 23:38
  • Phil Newman – 23:46
  • Daniel Drayton – 24:17
  • Anne-Marie Davies – 29:31
  • Wayne Edgington – 29:42
  • Kathryn Cowdall – 35:53

Severn Bridge parkrun

  • Darren Jenner – 23:13
  • Felicity Crotty – 28:20

Seven Fields parkrun

  • Taryn Hancock – 31:33

Edgbaston Reservoir parkrun

  • Cheri Edwards – 26:25

Kingsway parkrun

  • Liz Hulcup – 27:29

parkruns - 18/05/2024

Bushy parkrun

  • Phil Newman – 23:54

Cirencester parkrun

  • Paul Billinghurst – 23:41
  • Steve Sandercock – 26:09
  • Wayne Edginton = 29:00
  • Andy Sworn – 30:14
  • Maria Yates – 33:29
  • Alan Powderhill – 36:26

Sharpham Estate parkrun

  • Darren Jenner – 25:06
  • Felicity Crotty – 37:26

Tamworth Castle Grounds parkrun

  • Linda Edwards – 28:53

Save the date!

  • 3rd June – Stroud Beer Race (RSE Championship race)
  • 12th June – Cirencester Summer Sizzler (RSE Championship race)
  • 23rd June – Rounders & Afternoon Tea – RSE vs Bourton Road Runners @ Stow Rugby Club
  • 6th July – Cotswold Way Relay
  • 12th-14th July – Hope Trail Festival
  • July (date TBC) – Family fun & BBQ @ St Michaels Park
  • 3rd August – RSE Summer Pool Party @ The Open Air Pool
  • September (date TBC) – Quiz & Chips for charity
  • October (date TBC) – End of Season social

The next RSE club report will be Sunday 2nd June/Monday 3rd June

If you would like a run or race included in the club report, don’t forget to fill in the form below by Sunday 5pm.

RSE Club Report – City Streets or Country Trails? Why Not Both?

Boston Marathon

Now in its 128th year, the Boston Marathon is one of the world’s oldest marathons, beginning in 1897. It is one of the World’s six marathon majors and attracts amateurs and professionals alike. Despite, this the Boston marathon is notoriously undulating and the interchangeable weather makes it a tough race to train for. The course is a straight line, starting in Hopkinton, MA and ending in Boylston Street.

A huge congratulations to Jennifer Glass for running the course!

 

  • Jennifer Glass – 3:53:01
It felt like a big achievement to qualify for Boston. I’d never travelled so far to get to a start line but on arrival it felt as if the whole city was excited about the race. It was an A to B race and runners were taken out to Hopkinton 26.2 miles away and then you simply ran back to Boston. Transport to the start was on yellow school buses - which I and the other English runners on my bus thought was pretty cool. The support along the whole route was incredible and every inch of the way we were cheered on loudly. It was a tough race for me, it was hot with little shade along the route plus the serious hills start from about 18 miles. Heartbreak hill lived up to expectations and the last 6kms were not fun. I was very glad to see the finish and make it across the line. However it was an amazing experience and the best organised race I have ever done. It was also the best supported race I’ve done.
Jennifer Glass

Newport Marathon 2024

This popular race is a firm favourite on the Welsh running calendar, boasting one of the flattest marathon courses in Europe. Over 70% of all finishers have claimed a PB on a route that offers iconic landmarks, like the city’s Transporter Bridge and the stunning scenery of the Gwent Levels. The course has been named in a list of ‘10 of the fastest marathons in the world’ by Runners World.

Congratulations to the RSE club members who took on the marathon challenge!

  • Darren Jenner – 3:58:11
  • Jo Wood – 4:05:45
  • Elaine Chapman – 4:23:02
  • Paul Robertson
Heading out of Newport over the iconic city bridge and into the flats of the Usk Mouth, this was a relatively flat course with plenty of switchbacks meaning that the "sights" were, in actual fact, the other runners! Great for keeping a tabs on other Club members and for cheering each other on!
Jo Wood
Very happy that I managed to go sub 4 hours and a achieve a new PB by 12 mins and 20 seconds. The course was flat with a lap of the city centre before heading out into the countryside. Good weather and good support from Felicity Crotty on the course. Great to catch up with team RSE before and after the race to compare notes!
Darren Jenner
I was so anxious about this race! Training had not gone well with back problems, so was not in form and not feeling good about it! But ended up running strong and really enjoyed it - I'm actually smiling in most my race pictures!! It was flat anyway, but new course was even flatter! Great support from team Chapman once they'd finished their fry-up 😂
Elaine Chapman

Butcombe Trail Ultra

The official Butcombe Trail is a 50-mile route around six pubs in the Mendip Hills, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). The route is mostly off-road and takes in beautiful running country and fantastic views as it criss-crosses the Mendips. The organisers, marshals, and checkpoint crews are all runners, many of whom regularly run ultras and know what’s needed to make a great race and help people get to the finish.

A massive well done to Cheri Edwards for completing her first 50 mile race!

  • Cheri Edwards – 13:15:00
My first 50 miler! I’m so proud to have completed it. The route is fabulous, basically designed as a pub crawl around the first pubs to stock beer from Butcombe Brewery. So a nice variety of tracks, woodlands, commons, fields, old railway lines etc, going up to viewpoints and down into villages for checkpoints (which were mostly at the pubs!). The checkpoints were great: well-stocked with a good variety of snacks, enthusiastic volunteers and most had the luxury of indoor toilets too! I ran with my friend from work James (his first 50m too) and we had a great time. No navigational issues, no stomach upsets, no injuries and we were thrilled to be 2 hours ahead of cutoffs. The medal is a huge gold cowbell and we got some Butcombe beers too. I’d highly recommend this race if you’re looking for a friendly well organised trail ultra.
Cheri Edwards

Great Birmingham Run

This popular race was completely sold out with more than 14,000 people taking part. Starting & finishing in the heart of the city, the course boasts on route entertainment, an event village and carnival atmosphere. There are 10k, marathon and children’s races available, making it a great family day out.

Well done to Paul Robertson for completing another race! How many is that in the last month?!

  • Paul Robertson – 1:57:48
The course is definitely one to do if you like entertainment, crowds and shopping. The course itself is not too bad, a few inclines in the first 10k and a nice amount of downhill to finish those last few miles! Undecided if it’s a PB course or not, you could definitely give it a go and use the down hill finish. Would definitely recommend and do again!
Paul Robertson

Pewsey Downaround 35

Starting at the Pewsey Scout Hut, this 35 mile course follows footpaths and bridleways with beautiful views over the Vale of Pewsey and Marlborough Downs. The route visits many sites of archaeological interest, including Avebury Stone Circle, Windmill Hill, and passes close to the Stone Avenue, Silbury Hill, the Sanctuary and the Long Barrow.

A huge congratulations to the RSE club members who took to the hills!

  • Nadine Brown – 09:01 something…
  • Kevin Joynes-Creed
  • Lesley Hinsley
LDWA events are tried and tested; they are well organised and always have well stocked checkpoints! Really enjoyed this run, with a relaxed feel and no worries about cut offs! After a cold start, weather improved and was better than expected. Team that with great company, it made for a lovely day out!
Nadine Brown

parkruns - 27/04/2024

Forest of Dean parkrun

  • Vicki Mason – 32:25

Riverfront parkrun

  • Darren Jenner – 28:07
  • Felicity Crotty – 30:27

Cirencester parkrun

  • Ben Chapman – 23:02
  • Paul Billinghurst – 24:11
  • Phil Newman – 25:17
  • Samantha Ward – 30:58
  • George Rackley – 33:27

Marlborough Common parkrun

  • Taryn Hancock – 33:17

Tetbury Goods Shed parkrun

  • Phil Hudson – 21:56

Quakers Walk parkrun

  • Anne-Marie Davies – 29:24

Gloucester North parkrun

  • Liz Hulcup – 29:04

parkruns - 04/05/2024

Cirencester parkrun

  • Paul Billinghurst – 24:02
  • Daniel Drayton – 25:05
  • Steve Sandercock – 25:31
  • Sue Navin – 30:43
  • Samantha Ward – 30:43
  • Rachel Weaver – 57:40

Tetbury Goods Shed parkrun

  • Phil Hudson – 23:14

Seven Fields parkrun

  • Paul Robertson – 28:19
  • Taryn Hancock – 31:07

Central parkrun, Plymouth

  • Felicity Crotty – 30:54

Save the date!

  • 9th May – RSE Skittles Night for TIC+
  • 10th May – Bourton Mile (RSE Championship race)
  • 3rd June – Stroud Beer Race (RSE Championship race)
  • 12th June – Cirencester Summer Sizzler (RSE Championship race)
  • 23rd June – Rounders & Afternoon Tea – RSE vs Bourton Road Runners @ Stow Rugby Club
  • 6th July – Cotswold Way Relay
  • 12th-14th July – Hope Trail Festival
  • July (date TBC) – Family fun & BBQ @ St Michaels Park
  • 3rd August – RSE Summer Pool Party @ The Open Air Pool
  • September (date TBC) – Quiz & Chips for charity
  • October (date TBC) – End of Season social

The next RSE club report will be Sunday 19th May

If you would like a run or race included in the club report, don’t forget to fill in the form below by Sunday 5pm.

RSE Club Report – What’s the Story, Marathon Glory!

South Downs Way 50

Following the South Downs National Way trail, this 50 mile race rewards runners with awe inspiring views north across the Weald and the coast/ English Channel. The course starts in Worthing and finishes in Eastbourne, following chalk footpaths and bridleways to points such as Truleigh Hill, Devil’s Dyke, Ditchling Beacon, and Greenwich Meridian.

A huge well done to Sarah Reynolds who completed the challenge in 10:21:55!

Blessed with sunshine and a strong tailwind, I made my way up and down the South Downs Way from Worthing to Eastbourne. Great check points, friendly marshals and a fab support team (thanks Katy and Matt!) made this a fun day (painful too...)
Sarah Reynolds

Manchester Marathon

Known for its famously flat route, Manchester Marathon is the UK’s second largest marathon draws participants from across the world. The Mancunian support along the course is second to none, and the course boasts some iconic music to keep runners going.

Well done to the RSE club members who took on the challenge!

  • Nia Glover – 3:25:05
  • Elliot Gardiner – 4:06:34
  • Phil Newman – 4:12:38
  • Alan Powderhill – 4:15:43 – New PB!
  • Leah Brown
  • Paul Robertson
A very good day for me achieving a 10 minute marathon PB! Brilliant to run with some great RSE runners. A good course with really friendly crowds. Everyone ran so well, and so pleased all the training paid off.
Alan Powderhill
During mile 24 of the London Marathon last year, I said to myself I’m never doing another full marathon again, but yet after not hitting the goal I wanted, I signed up to the Manchester Marathon the following day 😅After what seemed like a very long winter training schedule (but a more sensible & relaxed approach to my plan) it was time for my second marathon. The atmosphere, live music and support from a very friendly crowd was amazing and it all spurred me on to stick to my pacing plan and achieve a new PB by 9 mins! 🦾 I’m so pleased with my overall pacing improvement since last year which shows all the hard work and training pays off! 🤩🏅 I’m thankful to everyone for all their support throughout my training plan; my family, friends, everyone at RSE & coach David Witnall, the Manchester Marathon training gang Alan Powderhill Paul Robertson Leah Brown Nia Glover Phil Newman Now the question is 3rd marathon?…sub 4 target?
Elliot Gardiner
Really good race with lots of support. Robbo, Al, Leah and myself ran together for the bulk of the race. Split up toward the end with Leah and myself leading the way but a few cramps for Leah slowed us to a walk around the 25 mile mark but picked up again for a good finish to find a very pale Elliot at the finish line - ideal conditions and a good flat course.
Phil Newman
This was my first marathon and it totally surpassed all expectations, the crowds were brilliant throughout and the buzz around the race was incredible. I didn’t expect to find the race so much fun! The messages of support for us all from the club were amazing and I’m so grateful for all of the help and guidance throughout the training, it really reinforced just how wonderful RSE is!
Nia Glover

Limassol Marathon

The officail race of Cyprus, this beautiful race follows the Mediterranean coastline. Starting in the centre Limassol, runners head out along the beachfront to the ruins of the ancient Royal city of Amathus, before running back to the city centre. The route boasts spectacular views and a fast, flat course, as well as a friendly and celebratory atmosphere.

Congratulations to Lesley Hinsley who completed the race in 4:33:29!

Well I can honestly say, that was the hardest race I have ever done. It was 27°c, sun shining brightly. Not a cloud in the sky. The course was an out and back through the town centre of Limassol on the road surrounded by tall white buildings, designed to reflect the heat. There was no support along the way at all as all roads closed to everyone. Unlike when my experience of Manchester which was one big 'party'. The heat totally zapped all my energy. I tried desperately to keep cool pouring water over my head at every aid station. It was horrendous!! Runners were being taken off by ambulance and others wired up to machines in the medical tents back at the finish. Never again! Having said this the organisation and running village were great.
Lesley Hinsley

London Marathon

Highly regarded as the running event of the year, the London Marathon draws elites, celebrities, charities, fancy dress costumes and record breakers alike. The majority of ‘mass’ runners begin at Blackheath, although there are two starting areas to cater to the number of participants. The course boasts iconic London landmarks, including the Cutty Sark at 10k, London Bridge at mile 12.5, Canary Wharf and Embankment, and the final stretch down birdcage walk, passing Buckingham palace. Finishers collect their medals on the Mall.

A huge congratulations to the RSE members who ran the course and to Paul Robertson who completed the virtual London marathon – I’m sure they will fill us in once they have recovered!

  • Felicity Crotty – 5:00:42
  • Monica Farthing – 6:01:00
  • Rachel Bodey – 3:49:53
  • Tim Wainwright
A lovely day, amazing experience, ridiculous crowd, spectators, experience!!
Felicity Crotty

Malvern Hills Trail half

This multi-terrain half marathon is a great choice for runners who like beautiful scenery and views, and don’t mind a hill or 2! The staff and the atmosphere are friendly, making it a perfect choice for a warm, spring day.

Congratulations to Zoe Markham-Lee who completed the course in 3:26:02!

2,525 feet on elevation. We went through fields, woodland and lots and lots of hills. Good aid stations with lovely oranges to refresh you. My legs definitely feel it today!
Zoe Markham-Lee

parkruns - 13/04/2024

Chippenham parkrun

  • Cheri Edwards – 27:44

Chipping Sodbury parkrun

  • Anne-Marie Davies – 29:23

Cirencester parkrun

  • Jon Campbell – 22:35
  • David Witnall – 23:53
  • Paul Billinghurst – 24:16
  • Anne Gardiner – 25:39
  • Samantha Ward – 31:01

Witney parkrun

  • Taryn Hancock – 33:22

Tetbury Goods Shed parkrun

  • Vicki Mason – 30:45

Central parkrun, Plymouth

  • Darren Jenner – 25:40
  • Felicity Crotty – 34:32

parkruns - 20/04/2024

Keswick parkrun

  • Cheri Edwards – 26:03

Cirencester parkrun

  • Phil Hudson – 22:23
  • Paul Billinghurst – 24:02
  • Sharon Smith – 24:45
  • Steve Sandercock – 26:18
  • Paul Robertson – 58:58

Oxford parkrun

  • Liz Hulcup – 27:45

Save the date!

  • 9th May – RSE Skittles Night for TIC+
  • 10th May – Bourton Mile (RSE Championship race)
  • 3rd June – Stroud Beer Race (RSE Championship race)
  • 12th June – Cirencester Summer Sizzler (RSE Championship race)
  • 23rd June – Rounders & Afternoon Tea – RSE vs Bourton Road Runners @ Stow Rugby Club
  • 6th July – Cotswold Way Relay
  • 12th-14th July – Hope Trail Festival
  • July (date TBC) – Family fun & BBQ @ St Michaels Park
  • 3rd August – RSE Summer Pool Party @ The Open Air Pool
  • September (date TBC) – Quiz & Chips for charity
  • October (date TBC) – End of Season social

The next RSE club report will be Sunday 5th May

If you would like a run or race included in the club report, don’t forget to fill in the form below by Sunday 5pm.

RSE Club Report – J’ai couru un marathon!

Paris Marathon

The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris is one of the most prestigious races over the legendary 42.195 km distance and is one of the biggest marathons in the world. Tens of thousands of runners take to the streets of the city to catch glimpses of some of the cities most famous avenues and plazas. The race starts at the Arc de Triomphe, before heading out towards the Place de la Concorde, the Opéra Garnier, Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower.

A huge congratulations to Liz Farooq and Kerrie Wallis for completing the course!

  • Kerrie Wallis – 4:18:58
  • Liz Farooq – 4:30:25
That was tough! 2nd best marathon time though so I’m pleased. The start and sights were amazing. No barriers for the crowds made it interesting at times and many of the runners seem to run like they drive around the arc de triomphe - 6 lanes to cut across or stop in, no problem! The atmosphere and support were really good, just felt hot and queasy today. Anyway, c’est fini, now for some steak frites and vin rouge 😁
Liz Farooq

Gloucester Half Marathon

This event offers a flat 10k or half marathon race option to Gloucestershire. The race courses provide a tour of Gloucester and Quedgeley, following a scenic route around the city centre streets, passing Gloucester Cathedral and Sharpness Canal Path.

Congratulations to the RSE members who took part!

10k

  • Philip Hudson – 46:13

Half Marathon

  • Sharon Smith – 1:44:04 – 1st V70!
  • Sarah Kaminski – 1:48:15 – 2nd V40!
  • Andrew Barrett – 1:53:55
  • Alan Powderhill – 1:56:06
  • Tim Wainwright – 2:02:28
  • Sara Juggins – 2:25:53

Highworth 5

The next race in the RSE Club Championship was an old favourite, the Highworth 5. This small local race is notorious for 5k PBs in the first half of the race, which is primarily downhill. But what goes down must then come up! The last mile is hilly… well it’s just the 1, very long, hill actually.

A huge well done to all the RSE runners who took on the course!

  • Jon Last – 32:01 – 1st MV50!
  • Mark Garrett – 35:45
  • Ben Mutlow – 36:19
  • Ben Chapman – 37:48
  • Sharon Smith – 38:35 – 2nd LV55!
  • David Witnall – 38:57
  • Stephen Sandercock – 39:31
  • Paul Beaumont – 39:32
  • Anne Gardiner – 40:44 – 3rd LV55!
  • Elaine Chapman – 42:45
  • Gemma Wright – 43:48
  • Sarah Page – 43:49
  • Kirsty Pitts – 43:58
  • Zoe Markham-Lee – 44:24
  • Tim Wainwright – 45:02
  • Anne-Marie Davies – 50:11
  • Samantha Ward – 50:52
I have to say, that hill and the wind made it tough !
Gemma Wright

parkruns - 30/03/2024

Lydiard parkrun

  • Cheri Edwards – 26:43

Killerton parkrun

  • Darren Jenner – 26:00
  • Felicity Crotty – 41:22

Bolton parkrun

  • Phil Southworth – 27:40

Cirencester parkrun

  • Jon Campbell – 23:32
  • Vicki Mason – 30:03

Kensington parkrun

  • William Cobbett – 24:57

Stratford Upon Avon parkrun

  • Liz Hulcup – 29:49

parkruns - 06/04/2024

Worcester Pitchcroft parkrun

  • Darren Jenner – 23:53
  • Felicity Crotty – 30:15

Cirencester parkrun

  • Phil Hudson – 23:55
  • Daniel Drayton – 24:41
  • Paul Billinghurst – 25:00
  • Nadine Brown – 29:34
  • Maria Yates – 33:42
  • Sue Navin – 33:42
  • Anne-Marie Davies – 58:52

Millhouses parkrun

  • Jessica James – 30:14

Leamington parkrun

  • Liz Hulcup – 30:19

Save the Date!

  • 15th April – Start of the Beginners’ course
  • 9th May – RSE Skittles Night for TIC+
  • 10th May – Bourton Mile (RSE Championship race)
  • 3rd June – Stroud Beer Race (RSE Championship race)
  • 12th June – Cirencester Summer Sizzler (RSE Championship race)
  • 23rd June – Rounders & Afternoon Tea – RSE vs Bourton Road Runners @ Stow Rugby Club
  • 6th July – Cotswold Way Relay
  • 12th-14th July – Hope Trail Festival
  • 20th July – RSE Summer Pool Party @ The Open Air Pool
  • August (date TBC) – Family fun & BBQ @ St Michaels Park
  • September (date TBC) – Quiz & Chips for charity
  • October (date TBC) – End of Season social

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The next RSE club report will be Sunday 21st April

If you would like a run or race included in the club report, don’t forget to fill in the form below by Sunday 5pm.