There are times in my life where I feel blessed, so being in the beautiful local countryside around my home at Stopsley, Luton and supporting my chosen parkrun challenge charity that is Keech Hospice Care in their 10k trail race that was held this past Sunday 14th May, I feel like one lucky man!
So with the help of my friends at Dunstable Road Runners I became a marshall for the morning in the support of this charity that has become very close to my heart!
I was located at Lilley Bottom station 9 that doubled up at water station 2 at the 8k point, it was my pleasure to be in the company of some of the most friendly lovely marshal I have ever work beside!
So thank you Claire, Adam, Chris and everyone plus not forgetting our mascot Langley the dog!!!
This is a challenging single 10k loop race that starts and finishes at the picturesque estate of Putteridge Bury. I run this last year apart from the hill climbs you are running through so of the most beautiful chilterns countryside the area has to offer!
So this is a must for all trail runners looking for a top 10k course to compete in you have been told!
I would thank Keech and everyone helped them organise on this great event, special mention to Dunstable Road Runners who done a brilliant job setting out the course and marshalling the race, top work guys!!!
Now for me it’s back to finishing off my capital parkrun adventure with this week being Event 45 Beckenham Place 🙂