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Nailsworth-Selsley-Woodcehster Park (Week 48/14)

When you live in such a beautiful environment, there’s nothing better than getting out for a run a seeing for yourself, no matter the weather conditions.

This weeks Sunday run was foggy with a chilly silence in the air, but with both groups well prepared the run began by following the cycle track, the old disused Stonehouse to Nailsowrth Railway line (aka the Dudbridge Donkey Line) towards Woodchester from Nailsworth.  Then at Dunkirk Mill, heading across the A46 to Chrystal Fountains and up past Atcmobe Woods and Bown Hill to Pen Woods.  

Continuing along to Stanley Woods and towards Coaley Peak, before entering Woodchester Park.  A gradual descent down to Woodchester Mansion for Mary’s group, whilst the other group added a hilly loop around the back of the mansion.  Following the path and tracks out of Woodchester Park, the run then returned back along the cycle track to Nailsworth (or adding a loop to Frogmarsh Mill first).

a great offroad trail run, with the sun poking out towards the end.  Thanks to Mary for leading a group and to Tara for the Photos



Other News this week

The Bourton 10k on 22nd February 2015 opened entries and closed by 10am on the same day.  So if you got in great and enjoy your training and the race, it’s just under 12 weeks away.

If you didn’t get in then why not try the Castle Combe Chilly 10K – 22 Feb 2015, as an alternative

Also, the Rudolph Rampage and Rudolph Dash entries are still coming in fast and there are only about 30 places left in the Rampage.  So don’t delay and enter today.

The 2015 Minchinhampton 10k on the 15th March is now open for registration with 550 places available with an additional 50 places with the Cotswold Care Hospice.

Keep on enjoying your running