GREAT MERSE TRAINING RUN-CONGESTION IN FISHWICK HORROR
A bloggee, near neighbour has asked for the following to be posted
I am taking part in the BUPA Great North Run 2007, Sunday 30th September.
Running as part of the British Red Cross team - over 350 in the team this year - I hope to complete the 21K / 13.1 Miles in under two hours. My best time for a Half Marathon is 1 hour 43 minutes, but that was over 15 years ago :-)
If anyone wishes to sponsor me you can do so via the Just Giving Web Site. All funds raised go directly to the British Red Cross.
If you are local to the Hutton area you may see me training three / four times a week, Hutton -> Fishwick -> Paxton -> Hutton. Two laps, 11.3 miles, 1 hour 50 min's presently
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Best of luck Neil Couch
but I am slightly concerned about the Fishwick training leg given the heavy traffic on that route
Labels: Fishwick Bypass, Great North Run, Low Flying Merse