Gorleston Parkrun reaches its eighth anniversary

PUBLISHED: 03:44 28 April 2017


The Gorleston Cliffs parkrun has now been going for eight years - that’s 418 runs with 5,241 different participants.

This week 315 runners took part and Lowestoft runners Tom Galley (PB) and Karen Archbold led men and women home.

Darren Honour and Darren Barnes and Colleen Mukuya and Sabrina Norton filled the next two places respectively.

Joining the 50 club this week are Christine Muttitt (Bungay Black Dog) and Rob Bright, visiting from Kent to reach this landmark. New additions to the 100-club are Keith Kershaw, Mark Collins and Stephen Andrews.

PB stars were Adrian Simmonds (227th run), Sarah Withington (184th run) and Blaine Craddock (108th run).

Full results and run details are on the and the websites.

A new running beginners group is being set up in Bradwell. Call Trevor on 07815 910021 or Chris on 01493 669179 for more details.

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