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May Day County Cricket in Bushy Park

Once again there will be top class county cricket for supporters to enjoy this May in Bushy Park. In recent years Middlesex Women have hosted Somerset CC (2016) and Warwickshire CC (2017) in the Royal London Women’s One-Day Cup. 181 more words

Running London .... ish. Work in progress a horrible long run in marathon training. I so haven't got this! Aaargh.

Digested read:  I had to do a 17 mile long run today. I did it even though I felt rubbish, and did everything wrong.  A lot of it was walking, but probably it was a good test of my mental strength if not physical prowess.  6,200 more words

Running

40 Before 40: #1 parkrun in 40 different locations

One of my 40 before 40 challenges, listed HERE

As of 27th Saturday I’m pleased to report I have enjoyed the hospitality of 40 different parkrun venues with 40 different parkrun volunteer teams, and I learned a few things along the way… 671 more words

Running

My claim to fame. How I link to Bushy parkrun's iconic 'Elisabeth's Corner*'.

or maybe Elisabeth Corner?  Can’t make up my mind which sounds better…

Digested read: you know the celebrity marshal at Bushy parkrun? The one who sits each week at the Sandy Lane Gate corner of the course cheering runners round.  1,349 more words

Parkrun

Smilies hanging out at Bushy parkrun, the epicentre of the parkrun phenomenon. Running with the stars!

Digested read: Thirteenth of Jan – lucky for some.  Smiley Paces on tour to Bushy parkrun.  The epicentre of the parkrun phenomenon, where it all began, under the mighty oak. 4,921 more words

Running

Whanganui Part 3: Bason Botanic Gardens, Kai Iwi, & Bushy Park

Another beautiful day in New Zealand and another great day to spend outside. I started in the morning with a visit to the Bason Botanic Gardens… 347 more words

Nonfiction

Bushy Park, Dublin

Bushy Park is a large park in Terenure, Dublin that stretches to the borders of Rathfarnham and Templeogue. The wooded area to the south of the park is particularly beautiful with the River Dodder running alongside it. 20 more words

Walking