Trail Outlaws organises an Urban Trail series of 5 trail races across the summer with Penshaw 10K the last in the series. All of the Trail Outlaw events are really well organised, friendly and you always get a medal and some goodies at the end. They are also well known to be challenging and have …
On the Harriers page Emma Featherstone asked if anybody would be up to do the Princess Challenge which was at Ravenscar on the 31 August. It immediatley caught my attention with the title PRINCESS however I didn’t realise it was 17.5miles!!! On the site they encouraged you to dress as a princess, wear tutus or …
by Graham Darby “I’ll get round to it, sorry, it’s been ages!” That’s my mantra and I’ve been repeating it to Pete King almost daily while he’s been chasing me for a race rundown of Spadeadam Half Marathon. There’s only so long you can say this before it becomes harder and harder to put off…and …
Next time you make an online purchase, anything from a new pair of running shorts to a round the world holiday, you can donate to FoSH for free simply by signing up to EasyFundraising and clicking to your chosen web store through them.
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If you regularly shop online and would like to help FoSH raise funds for a running track in Sedgefield you can sign up with EasyFundraising by clicking on the banner below. Then, every time you shop online, if you click through to your chosen store via the FoSH EasyFundraising page you will be raising money for Back the Track.
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