|Nick Frost at Bromley parkrun|
Meanwhile at West Glebe Park in Northants, Karen Wright completed the Corby parkrun in a time of 31:40.
Twelve Striders opted for something a little closer to home at the Congleton parkrun. Duncan Robertson completed his first ever parkrun since recently joining the Striders, whilst Paula Woodruff ran a new personal best time. Heather Carter was first female to finish, finishing in sixth position overall.
|Sandbach Striders at Congleton parkrun|
20:25 Heather Carter
21:47 Francis Gilchrist
22:24 Lindsay Beeston
24:17 Stella Stilwell
25:23 Duncan Riobertson
25:34 Clare Pheasey
25:35 Terry Coppenhall
25:52 Denis Culloty
30:16 Tracy Howe
31:01 Michael Escolme
32:14 Tracey Hale
37:36 Paula Woodruff
Also in parkrun action were two newer members of the club, Lynsey and Tracey, who opted to try out the scenic splendour of the Delamere parkrun. Lynsey finished in a time of 28:45 with Tracey close behind in a time of 32:54.
|Lynsey Astles at Delamere parkrun|
Steph Cooper participated in the Bubble Rush, a 5k event at Oulton Park organised to raise money for the East Cheshire Hospice.
|Steph Cooper at the Bubble Rush Run|
|Perry Wyatt and Charlotte Wyatt at the Bristol Colour Vibe 5k|
|Matt Wood giving his feet a well deserved cooling off|
|Cheryl Hutchins and Jill Young at the Montaine Trail 13|
|Steve Treweeks and Steve Farnell at Cadair Idris fell race|
Proving the potential for favourable running conditions right, five Striders ran new personal best times and coincidentally were the first five Striders to cross the line.
|Lucy Lee and Karen Lovatt at the Chester Half-marathon|
1:25:16 Tony Taylor
1:41:07 John Wright
1:54:20 Chris Holden
1:54:50 Christiane Bunte
1:59:37 Lucy Lee
2:07:24 Philip Truman
2:22:00 Karen Lovatt
|Tony Taylor at the Chester Half-marathon|
|Denis Culloty and LIz O'Keeffe at the Worden 10k|
Sandbach Striders are a friendly, supportive and welcoming running club serving the communities of Sandbach, Middlewich, Alsager, Holmes Chapel and beyond for over ten years. As well as a varied running programme the club has an excellent social calendar and for those runners looking to improve, Sandbach Striders have a number of fully-qualified running coaches to offer advice on training and ensure the safety and well-being of its members. They also organise the Sandbach 10k, a popular local running event which this year in its tenth anniversary promises to be the most fun and family friendly running event in the North-west. Entry details can be found at www.sandbachstriders.co.uk