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New Norfolk parkrun

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Aug 2013
1:43pm, 29 Aug 2013
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Ceratonia
I was there as a tourist a couple of weekends ago. Simple to find (by car, anyway), lots of free parking and a lovely hilly run through the woods.
Aug 2013
1:53pm, 29 Aug 2013
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Mollsmum
Hilly.......? My home run newbury which just has the one hill.
Aug 2013
4:32pm, 29 Aug 2013
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Ceratonia
Well, my home parkrun is Cambridge which drops down to a low point of 8m above sea level and scales the dizzy heights of 9m above sea level when you cross the bridge, so my definition of hilly may differ from yours. There was a sudden view of the sea and a steam train and at least some of it is downhill. The only really steep section is very short and near the end.
Aug 2013
4:50pm, 29 Aug 2013
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Mollsmum
It sounds lovely - Greenham Common where Newbury is is mostly featureless, although there are cows. Also, if I get to see the sea, it will set me up for the Great South in October!

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