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Worksop Halloween Half Marathon and Fun Run


For the Half Marathon results click here 

For the Fun run results click here 

Our official race photographer was Jazz Heyer, his pictures are available 
from the 27th October, for access to the pictures click here

You can vote on our race on the Runners World website, click here

On behalf of Worksop Harriers, I thank everyone who contributed to the great 
success of this year’s 33rd Worksop Half Marathon, which incorporated the 
Nottinghamshire AAA’s County Championships, once again. We were very 
fortunate with the weather this year, especially after the high winds earlier in the 
week. On the day, we did have reasonable running conditions, although a little 
windy at times, and this was reflected in many personal best performances, 
even though the course could be described as more undulating than flat.


I would especially like to thank those runners who have taken the time to place 

comments, on the various social media sites, they are extremely positive and 

are a great source of encouragement to the organising committee and our large 

band of volunteers, without whom it would not be possible to promote such a 

large event. There was a fraction under 2000 runners entered into this year’s 

Half Marathon, and well over 200 entries in the Fun Run, with almost 2000

finishers in the two events combined


Set in, and around, the spectacular autumn woodlands of Clumber Park, this 

race regularly ranks amongst the most scenic, well organised and ‘value for 

money’ races, in the Country, according to those voting on Runner’s World 

and, in 2012, the race was ranked 2nd most scenic course in the UK Half 

Marathon list. We will, however, continue to take note of all of the comments 

again, this year, as we strive to improve even further.


I thank all the runners who continue to support our event, in such large 

numbers, and all of the members, friends and families of Worksop Harriers 

who perform all the various tasks leading up to the race and on race day 

itself. Today, the setting up and dismantling of all of the equipment, and 

drinks and sponge stations, was done quickly and to a high standard and, 

after such an early start, I was pleased that all of our helpers, on the day, 

managed to get home much earlier than normal.  I am very grateful that 

the Highways Authority allow the roads to be closed and to the Police, 

Traffic Management Services, Fire Brigade, Cascare Medical support and 

Bassetlaw District Council workers who all provide a tremendous service 

on the day, to ensure that the athletes are able to perform to the best of 

their abilities and live their dreams, in a safe environment.


We now support three main charities, Cerebral Palsy Sport (CP Sport), 

The Northern Society for Autism in Children and Adults (NORSACA) and 

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, and it is hoped that all of these Charities, 

and the other charities which individual runners support, will enjoy significant 

benefits from being part of our Event.


This year, once again, Dave and Julie’s ‘Tea and Cake’ stall did exceptionally 

well, once again raising over  £1000 for P.A.C.T. at Sheffield Children’s 

Hospital – Oncology Department, a fantastic fund raising achievement for a 

tea and cake stall.  They both wish to thank everyone who contributed to 

the baking of the cakes and to those who bought them.


I hope that the volunteers, as well as the runners, enjoyed this year’s 

experience and that you will continue to give your support in future years, 

perhaps even adding a friend, or two, to our much needed band of helpers, 

and that the runners will encourage their club mates and colleagues to take 

part next year.


And finally, I thank our sponsors and supporters, because without their 

contribution the event would not be possible:


Sports Systems, Sweatshop, Vision Express, ASDA, GK KIA Motors, 

Asics, Nottinghamshire County Council, Bassetlaw District Council, Eve, 

Worksop Police, Worksop Fire Brigade, Cascare for their medical back up 

and support, Worksop Guardian, Nottinghamshire Highways Authority, 

Raynet, Angel Water, Wilkinsons, WH Smith, Marks And Spencer, Halfords, 

Frontrunner, Barnsley Premier Leisure, Wilkinson, Savoy Cinemas, TMS, 

The Green Toilet Company, One in Tent, Worksop College and National 

Trust (Clumber Park).


Thank you ALL, for making this year’s race such an enjoyable experience 

for so many people.


Peter Fendley

Race Director and Chairman of Worksop Harriers


Here's what you've been waiting for  you mucky pups - the dates for the
Inter Club Cross Country Races !

Handsworth  04.01.15, (the day after the County XC - oh joy!)
Killamarsh 18.01.15, 
Worksop 01.02.15, 
Retford 15.0215,
& Clowne 01.03.15. 

The order of races will depend on availability of venues, but hopefully the
dates will not change (Pete's already confirmed Manton Club).

The races are between 5 & 6 miles & open to all Harriers 16 years old &
over. Enjoy!

Grand Prix results updated 14th august  click here   

Just one Goal   is a beginners Jog group . These jog sessions are open to all 
both male and female and the group meets every Tuesday and Thursday  at 6 pm. 
We have UKA qualified coaches to help you get started jogging and improving 
your fitness. 

Click here to go to the JOG group webpage



Worksop Harriers ladies 2014  Inter Club Cross Country League 
champions !!

Worksop Harriers ladies team won in the final race in the local 
cross-country league to win the series, which in the first year competing in it, 
is an achievement. 

Latest Updates

Foreign visits      click here for details

Race list              click here for details


parkrun_logo.jpg               Clumber park parkrun

Click here for details of how to register for FREE to participate in Parkruns

Parkrun organises free timed 5 k runs around the world, they are open to 
everyone, they are safe and easy to take part in.

These events are in pleasant parkland surroundings and we encourage 
people of all abilities to take part, from those to taking their first steps in 
running to 
Olympians, from juniors to those with more experience, we welcome 
you all.

Thankyou to all the runners and marshalls that regularly attend our 
weekly parkruns in Clumber park at 9.00 am every Saturday morning,
we look forward to seeing you at these events.

Clumber park parkrun
For Results , click here

pilates.jpg     Pilates class
Wednesday 8.00-9.00  pm @ Shireoaks village Hall £4.00 for the hour session.
Mat provided. The class is Modern Pilates - which is functional, this helps with posture,
bending, lifting, dealing with day to day activities, including greater muscle
strength and endurance increased mobility and flexibiliy improved function of
the lungs and circulation. Helps improve the strength of the pelvic floor
muscles. Reduction in pain and recovery time with a repetitive strain injury.
Run by Carol Lonsdale.



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