Sheffield boasts some of the finest tree cover, woodlands and countryside in Britain with a third of the city lying in the Peak District National Park, and more woodland cover (over 10%) than any other city in the country as well as over 2 million trees.  Sheffield is also famous, amongst other things, for... Continue Reading →
“♫ Oh, dear, what can the matter be!♫”
(Me: 42/171; Cathy 46/251) Warning: this blog post is not for parkrun tourists of a nervous disposition. parkrun touristing can be a stressful thing. It is not, (I rush to add), the rocking up at a new parkrun of "strangers" that can prove challenging, far from it, but it is the actual getting there that... Continue Reading →
N is for…?
(Me: 41/170; Cathy 45/250) So we arrived in our holiday let on Anglesey, on parkrun eve, noting that there were not one but two NENDYs to choose from to run at on the following morning. Nant y Pandy or Newborough Forest. Both looked good on You-tube and (secondarily) both event names started with the same... Continue Reading →