Wednesday night venues.All 7 pm sharp.
Many thanks to Dave and Lorna Hewitt for drawing up this list of summer runs.A good mixture of new venues and some old favourites.
If you have offered to lead a run and then find you can't make it ,please let Dave or Lorna know so that arrangements can be updated.See contact details in sidebar.
* * Dave Griffin's Tuesday night Arnside 5 pace training dates to be added.
4th July (Tuesday) 20 Barriers Race from Carnforth High School. Co-organised by Shinny and Greg this year.Please let them know if you can help out.
5th July Wed- The Ship at Sandside - Greg route
12th July Wed - Loughrigg from White Moss car park - Leechy route
19th July Wed - Heversham Hotel formerly the Blue Bell - Grace route
26th July Wed - Malt Shovel Warton - Debbie route
2nd August Wed - From High Newton Reservoir GR 399834 - park here - Steve Jeffs route
Online map may not show correctly on smartphones so you may need to look at an OS map - southern approach is via the old road through High Newton and then before Ayside take the reservoir road which swings north/north east up the fellside to some off road parking areas
9th August Wed - Potter Fell from Mill Yard at Staveley - Dave Hewitt route
16th August Wed - Clougha from Rigg Lane car park Quernmore- Dowy route - NB ACCESS LAND NO DOGS ALLOWED
23rd August Wed - Barbondale from the Barbon Inn - Jon W route
30th August Wed - Derby Arms at Witherslack - please park in the layby further down the old road - Mike and Helen Smith route
6th September Wed - Cunswick Scar from The Riflemans Arms ,Greenside,Kendal - Vicky route
13th September Wed - Farleton Knott from the Plough Inn at Lupton - leader tba
14th September Thursday at 10pm from Silverdale Methodist Church http://gorunningwithdallam.blogspot.co.uk/2017/08/a-trot-out-in-aonb.html
20th September Wed - Woodies at Silverdale - Dave Griffin route
27th September Wed - Kellets mystery tour from the Limeburners at Nether Kellet - Shinny route
* * Tuesday night Arnside 5 race pace training. This is a set route of 5
miles, approx, but more importantly its 5 tough runnable hills instead
of hill reps or speed interval type training. You could do with a watch
or something to record your time and log it onto a Strava account if you
have one. We have split the route into segments, on Strava, so you can
see how you are doing each time you run the route. The aim is for you to
improve your overall pace both muscular and mentally.