February Sunday runs

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    Meet 9.00 at Wedges Bakery.

    Wedges Bakery at Hockley Heath

    Suggest park at the roadside in School Road on the rough ground between the bakery and the motorway bridge. Plenty of room for half a dozen cars. Or park in the car park behind the bakery.

    A nice 7 miler, onto the Stratford canal for a mile then via road over to and partly around Earlswood lakes, through the mysterious wood and fields beyond before returning in a loop.
    9/10 min mileing depending on the terrain. all welcome.
    07707 992000


    Hi. Sunday 10th 09:00 meet in the upper car park of the http://www.thefleur.co.uk/contact/
    Fleur De Lys
    Lapworth St
    B95 5HJ

    for my Favourite Things route clockwise up into the Hills Are Alive meadows, the woods at Yarningale Common, Claverdon Rugby Club, Preston Bagot church, along the ridge at Henley and back on the mainly downhill picturesque Heart of England Way – with one short Climb Ev’ry Mountain almost at the finish.
    I Have Confidence that it’s under 7 miles at 9/10 min mile pace depending on the terrain.
    So Long, Farewell then until Sunday. All welcome.


    Sunday 17th 9.00.
    Meet at St. Mary the Virgin church, Lapworth (Bridge Pilates) – directions;

    Please park on the road as the church authority don’t like us using their car park on Sundays.
    This will be a quite hilly but with spectacular views, 7 miler, mainly x country over towards Mows Hill, back to the Finest Catch/Johnson’s Coaches on the Stratford Road, up part of Irelands Lane and then back to the church via HofE Way and Tapster Lane. 9/10 min mile pace average depending on the terrain – however, the run’s not about pace but enjoyment of the countryside and running out together as club members.
    Geoff 07707 992000

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by GeoffGeoff.

    Please see above for routine info. pace etc.
    This Sunday the 24th meet 09.00 in the car park of Hampton-in-Arden squash/sports centre, Shadowbrook Lane, for a 7/8 miler anticlockwise from the village over to Barston, Blooms garden centre and sixteen acre wood.

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