Running Group in Whitchurch Park Run

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Saturday September 14th

Audlem running group members will be participating in a 5k (3.1 miles) Park Run race near Whitchurch.

If you'd like to join us for the park run or any Saturday run we meet at the car park next to the playing field on Saturday mornings 8.30am start (September 14th we will meet at 8.10am as we have to drive a short distance to the race).

To participate in a park run please register in advance here.

When you register on the park run website, you can also add yourself to 'Audlem running group' in the 'update your details' section by scrolling to Audlem running Group (luckily, for the purposes of scrolling down the list, we are not Zeal Monachorum running group in Mid Devon).

We look forward to seeing you soon.

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