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Some runners like running amongst the spring flowers, some under the baking summer sun. Many of this week’s milestone runners seem to prefer this time of year if their parkrun stats are anything to go by. Craig Walker, for example, is most likely to parkrun in November , and this was his 11th December parkrun, he has however only parkran in July 4 times. Craig was one of five parkrunners who qualified as a member of the T-ĉemizo nigra (black T-shirt) gang today by running their centono parkrun.
Wales has one of the largest Puffin numbers in the UK, especially on Skomer Island, off the coast of Pembroke. Therefore, we decided that Pâl would join our little team here at SSAGO USW, and will hopefully gain a few more little friends as time goes on. He is a cheeky little shark who likes to wonder off and go on adventures. Because of this is, he is often very dirty and hates baths, so I would steal him with caution. On the flip side he can also be very lazy and doesn’t always turn up to events or socials.
One day she finds a wibbly wobbly one and doesn’t know what to do, but as always Grandpa is on hand with a few ideas. The March girls, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, are unhappy because they have agreed to give up their Christmas presents. A beautiful picture book following the life of Little Turtle, as she watches her beloved ocean become home to more and more plastic waste. There’s also lots of helpful information on conservation and how we can help save marine wildlife.
Christine and Peter usually run at Southampton parkrun, Rosemary at Brockwell parkrun. Matthew was also visiting from Southampton parkrun so he’s my best guess. Furthest from home was Will David, from Crissy Field parkrun in California, with Barry Thomas next.
First, a summary of Run Director Maggie Salter’s observations of our 380th parkrun. Next comes an account from one of our visitors of her parkrun morning. And at the foot of the page, from Rich Kenington, some thoughts on why there’s no place like home. Geoff Keogh found a cunning autumn/winter only spot to take photos from yesterday. For half the year there’s not enough light but once the leaves fall off there’s plenty of scope for some interesting photos, and you can find them, together with our entire photo archive, by following this link . And finally, Kate Speak and Leion Grogan became the 338th and 339th parkrunners to have completed 50 parkruns at Ashton Court.
A sweet and heartfelt story about Christmas for a child whose parents are separated. Award-winning Reeve indulges his love of historical technology in a new novel for younger readers, which is as captivating as the Mortal Engines quartet was for an older audience. They are allowed to do absolutely everything together except fall in love. How about a 90minclassic aerobics class with Dr Daniel Gartner in German ? There’s also a gentle backing track of trance music to keep you moving. Now is the time to build up on your balance and conditioning kids.
We love showing off our beautiful parkrun surroundings to visitors from other events. Amongst those who we hope were suitably impressed yesterday were our 1st time 1st finisher, Graham Bee, whose home event is Inverness parkrun. Sophie Hurst usually runs at Highbury Fields parkrun, and Amanda Day at Exmouth parkrun. Follow and join the Isolation Art School on instagram, I absolutely love everything about this community.
This delightful biography for young readers introduces the life of the writer Agatha Christie. As well as highlighting her achievements, the book quietly emphasises how wonderful the imagination can be, and how this can inspire others, too. A gentle and enchanting story, with stunning illustrations, which will reassure children who have more than one home. In fact, Little Donkey doesn’t want to eat anything other than grass for ever and ever. But then Little Donkey eats so much just grass, she turns… green!
Gossy is strictly non-stealable as she is fragile and carries great emotional value. I was born in February 2018 and am Glasgow’s unstealable mascot. Often seen wearing sunglasses, hiking boots and a SAGE necker.
The performer was absolutely beaming as she showed off her sparkler in a number of images, including one where she cuddled up to her musician fiancé. Emma shared further photos from the proposal to her Instagram Stories, revealing it had occurred in stunning countryside. ‘He’s a very calm and thoughtful person and I’ve always been interested in his mind and his take on life, and his morals,’ she explained. After exiting the property, Emma and her musician beau climbed into a white car together, which had been parked on her driveway.
A hilarious story with a very funny final twist that gently touches on the quirks of fussy eaters. Ira and Jack arrive at Skilly House, a home for foster children, and realise that life is about to get very interesting. Set against the backdrop of the 1990 poll tax strikes, this is a personal and heartfelt tale of growing up as a child in care. This sequel toLittle Bird Fliescharts a 19th century family’s journey from Scotland to America. Shown through the eyes of teenager Bridie, their search for a better life leads them to a sometimes dangerous new world. This lovely interactive book will help small children learn new vocabulary for vehicles, as well as the names of the animals driving them.
Helen Merry was the translator; Rory and Amy Mortimore, Fiona and Freya Hughes, Rebecca Pickford, Amy Gibbs and Trevor Wilson the readers. Rory and Amy, Rebecca and Trevor were running at AC for the first time. Before the run we observed a moment’s silence as it was the day before Rememberance Day. Everyone was very considerate and the silence was immaculate. A passing runner realised what we were doing and stopped, joined us in our silent reflection, and then continued on his way.