The best things in life are free, except international parkrun tourism

The best things in life are free, except international parkrun tourism

It seemed a great idea when we were booking the flights… 06:35 departure from Leeds Bradford Airport, arriving into Dublin for 07:30. The return flight scheduled for 20:55 the same evening. A day trip to Dublin, for the sole purpose of parkrun tourism.
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A good thyme at Cleethorpes

A good thyme at Cleethorpes

Yesterday, I became the first person in the world called Curtis to run at 30 different parkruns! The chosen location was Cleethorpes. Why? Well, Cleethorpes appears on the list of Yorkshire and Humberside parkruns (this is hotly contested, however!) and is one of very few within Y&H that Nicola hasn’t completed. I can’t access it via public transport either, so I wanted to use Nicola for her car.
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Being a big scary run director

Being a big scary run director

Earlier today I was the run director at Woodhouse Moor for the thirteenth time, which equates to being run director for 2.5% of all parkruns at Woodhouse Moor in its nine-and-a-bit year history. I think sometimes the role of run director can be an ominous, looming role and I thought I would share experiences of what is actually involved and pay testament to the hundreds of other run directors who do this too.
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