Lockdown Blog

Our member Sue Parrish has been treating us to her weekly experiences whilst under lock down…..

Chapter 4

By Sue Parrish

April 21st

Encouraged by the fact that the lovely Rachel W and Catherine F have enjoyed two independent sunny runs to retain their running skill sets – I set out with a set route and challenge in mind…..

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Lockdown Blog

Our member Sue Parrish has been treating us to her weekly experiences whilst under lock down…..

Chapter 3

By Sue Parrish

April 15th

Today at 08:15 I used my “daily exercise allocation” to head towards “Maddy Woods” accompanied by my youngest daughter.  

As I left our house, my son commented, “Mum you couldn’t get any brighter!” – as I was wearing yellow high viz.  The run started quite chilly and there was even frost on the hedgerows. Fantastic weather forecast so the earlier I got out the better.  Lots of birdsong and beautiful countryside.  

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Medal Monday

To beat the lockdown blues…. For a daily exercise our members are choosing to run a route local to their house in our club colours. When they get home we have asked them to take a selfie with their favourite medals…

Here is Sally Shepherd with some Marathon bling…

Wearing my Manchester and Loch Ness medals. Never thought I would actually complete Manchester but the support during training from fellow SRC members was fantastic and the Scottish trip proved to be a fabulous fun W/e

We may not be able to race but we can get out our bling!

Lockdown Blog

Our member Sue Parrish has been treating us to her weekly experiences whilst under lock down ….

Chapter 2

By Sue Parrish

April 10th

Hey Guys! It may be quarantine – out early – “Living the Dream” – missing you all! No one here just a Policewoman on Horseback – keeping “social distancing”. Inspired by  lovely Fenella. Great to be back on SRC stomping ground. Such a relief – using my “once a day” exercise allocation. Be safe everyone :two_hearts::woman-running::skin-tone-4::muscle:

We love this Sue… Keep up the good work

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