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Greater London parkruns

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Apr 2014
10:52am, 22 Apr 2014
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Windsor Wool
what date Nelly? I'd be up for someone tourism and having run an 18:33 round the local field this week I'm on the hunt for somewhere a bit quicker as a proper test....
Apr 2014
11:04am, 22 Apr 2014
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Marts
Fulham Palace is nice course by the thames and only half a mile from putney bridge tube on district line. I did feel that there were lots of non-parkrunners running in the opposite direction though.
I know parkrun doesn't have priority, but I did feel after dodging the 6th or 7th person "join in or just alter your run time/route slightly"
Apr 2014
11:05am, 22 Apr 2014
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Nelly
WW - 10th May. It's actually a stag-do at the London Sevens (rugby), but I'm staying with my sister on the Friday night. So, avoiding too many beers on the Friday night may be a bigger challenge than a hard 5k and so I'll probably not decide until the morning whether I actually go to parkrun or not. Although, it would be good to see you run off into the distance...
Apr 2014
11:48am, 22 Apr 2014
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Windsor Wool
and I'm supposed to be racing a 5 miler on the Sunday so I don't think it's a good fit. Stick to the beer!
Apr 2014
8:06pm, 22 Apr 2014
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Max71
Dulwich is a good one.....weirdly although Brockwell is not flat I've PB'd there a few times. For the up hills there are some good sweeping down hills.

But yes, Dulwich is a PB course through and through...and then head into East Dulwich, Lordship Lane, and have breakfast at Mon Petite Chou.
Apr 2014
8:11pm, 22 Apr 2014
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Bintmcskint
Another vote for Dulwich :-)
Apr 2014
11:17pm, 22 Apr 2014
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Komodo
Yes Dulwich flat as, Brockwell a bit hilly, Crystal Palace mountainous. Parkrun sensibly give you a PB for each course, but not for the first time you do it!
Apr 2014
8:56am, 23 Apr 2014
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Nelly
Thanks all. Dulwich it is (as long as I can get up in time ;-))
Apr 2014
9:10pm, 23 Apr 2014
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Magpie Rob
Dulwich is where the happiest dogs in London go to play. :)
Jun 2014
11:57am, 17 Jun 2014
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sallykate
*boing*

A new parkrun starting at Peckham Rye this Saturday. As Hilly Fields is cancelled we'll be going there instead.

And one near Northolt...no idea which one PSH and crew will visit (if either of them).

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