As people seemed so interested in Bramber Castle on Wednesday evening, I thought they might like to see it in daylight when a proper circumnavigation can be done – there’s high level route, part of which we did, and a low level one that follows the former moat. This rather sinuous route is about 12 miles – Spring marathoners will soon need to start increasing their mileage – and pretty flat apart from Barrow Hill towards the end.
The AGM was held on Wednesday evening in the comfortable surroundings of Sharkys bar/cafe, with the soft play area looking very enticing. We missed the availability of a large LCD to play what has become our usual image slideshow of the years activities, and the laptop screen didn’t really substitute for this, but the hot dogs were terrific and the bar was open!!
The much anticipated draw for the London Marathon place held by the Club was the main event for many, and Lesley Kilner (no axe to grind as she already holds a place through the main ballot) was keen to draw the name…..so congratulations to SIMON FUNNELL who was first out.
Just in case Simon has to pull out for any reason, we drew a second name and JACKIE PARSONS will be the backup.
Congratulations Simon and good luck with the training now!
Morning guys, I suggest the Tottington run on Saturday. It’s only just over 10 miles and pretty flat. I plan to be there, although I have been suffering from a bit of ‘runners knee’, but, hey, it’s only pain and it wears off – usually!