Thank you all so much for coming, 17 ran for Chiltern, 9 for Good Shepherd, 8 for St Patrick’s, 6 for Holy Trinity Church Wallington, 11 for Emmanuel, 9 for Croydon Vineyard, 6 for New Life Christian Centre, 8 for Grace Church Dulwich, 4 for the Salvation Army, 6 for Tandridge Deanery, 2 for Springfield Springers, 1 for Church of the Holy Family, 1 for Redeemer, 1 for St Thomas Dulwich, and 38 for Selsdon Baptist 127 – runners in total – a massive total.
Also a special well done to Marcia Wilson of Chiltern for her one lap – we appreciate all who come along.
As before – GDPR the General Data Protection Regulations are now in force, and this means anyone who is not registered to their club we can score – but I cannot name, unless you have signed a waiver, and so if your name is not here, you know why!
In all 377 people ran Lloyd parkrun that day, and we were spread from position 1 to position 373! That’s their biggest turn out ever, and we were previously involved in the next biggest one!
Also we got a mention from them in their news;
Well done to Selsdon Baptist – the handicaps shift again for the next one, and remember up to 3 volunteers can now score for your team!
Thanks to Alison for getting Marie around with her.
Within the churches;
I notice the men’s 70-74 category was well represented – hope for us all then!
Speaking of achievements, not an exhaustive list but course Pb’s for; Kevin Lewis, Micky Wheeler, Scott Worsfold, Jason Hudson, Maximilian Lorke, Sophia Lorke, Darren Millings, Kieran Lewis, James Beatt, Mark Ingram, Michael Potter, Kirsty Cotton, Matthew Gray, Karen Chart, Nicola Kidd, Patricia Norton, Edit Kokavecz, Cheryl Hudson, Lesley Down, & Hilary Milne.
First Timers include; James Widdows, William Higgs, William Gardiner, Bruce Gardiner, Liam Collins McIntyre, Nathaniel Widdows, Dapo Oluwa-Dahunsi, Samuel Lines, Catherine Gardiner, David Wheeler, Phillippa Widdows, Joel Carpenter, Elspeth Gardiner, Elizabeth Uwaide, Nicola Gillespie, Fran Lewis, Helen Machell, & Margaret Richards.
Apologies to anyone I missed.
A special thank you to our volunteer scorers Sarah & Eammon from St Patrick’s – also to whoever volunteered from Tandridge Deanery – sorry I don’t have your name!
Keep up the training and we will see you at Roundshaw parkrun on July 20th for our next mob match, and Roundshaw’s 10th birthday!
And a few more photos;