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Nailsworth-Kingscote-Horsley (Week 01-15)

Photo above caption: Thacker out of the Mist
This was taken after an comfort break was taken and the group were waiting, and thought Steve Thacker had got lost, but then all of a sudden, he appears ……

So happy new year, welcome back to running and yes it’s another misty, foggy and muddy run.  So that’s great news then.

This week the run took us out of Nailsworth, through Ruskin Mill and the Trout Farm to Washpool, Hartley Bridge at Hay Lane and out into Kingscote Woods.  A gradual climb up to Binley Farm and a steeper ascent to Kingscote Village at 203m also the highest point of the run.

Now returning back towards Nailsworth, past Hazlecote Farm,  through Wickley Woods and to Washpool, crossing the route from earlier.  A short climb up to, followed but descent to Downend, then brings to the final hill of the day, up to Rockness and down in to Nailsworth.

Happy New Year, hope you all achieve your 2015 running goals

 

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Other News

Minchinhampton 10K held on the 15th March 2015 has had nearly 200 entries over the festive period, so don’t delay and enter today.  Online registration >>>>

So, it’s 2015  and it’s time to set some goals for the following year and those already entered into spring marathons, it’s time to focus on your marathon training.  Please get in touch for advice

Keep on enjoying your running

 

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