Thursday, 19 November 2009

W/e 'local' fell running, 21/22 Nov ...

Sat 21 Nov, cross-country, Treborth playing fields, Bangor.
Women's race at 2pm, men's at 2.45pm. Offers to marshal and donation of cakes very welcome (Maggie Oliver, 01286 871494).

Sun 22 Nov, Wrekin Wrecker, details
Sun 22 Nov, local run, about 2 hours, meet at 10am in the free car park (SH 588 482) between Warws and the bridge, Beddgelert.

Always bring: bumbag, map, compass, whistle, wind/waterproof top & trousers, hat & gloves ...
E&OE, please make your own checks before travelling.

Becki's Welsh Perimeter Ride Update
Becki Law completed the 805-mile ride and raised £1,300 for a centre for the disabled in Vietnam. She thanks everyone for support and donations. There is a letter of thanks and a ride blog with photos. (See, also, in Blog, below).

Eryri AGM news, Cotswold 20% discount etc on the Blog, below.

For the latest local running news, check this Eryri 'blog' and WFRA.

Advance notices:
Sat 28 Nov, Birthday run, Moel Eilio.
Fri 11 Dec, Christmas pizza & pint, see, also, in Blog, below.
Sun 13 Dec, Welsh Inter Regional and the Welsh Masters Cross Country Championships 2009, Builth Wells, Contact Maggie Oliver if you would like to run (01286 871494).
Sun 20 Dec, Christmas Fun Run, Llanberis.

Cross-Country 2009/10: Jan 16 Wrexham, Feb 6 Oswestry. North Wales Champs (pre-entry), Jan 30th.

Eryri Harriers annual club membership runs from the end of March. If you would like to join, re-join or renew, please contact

Weekend weather
Saturday: A cloudy day with outbreaks of rain becoming heavier and more persistent through the morning and with strengthening winds. Some heavy rain at times with southerly gales or severe gales. Perhaps becoming drier later in the afternoon.
Sunday: A day of sunny spells and occasional blustery showers, some heavy. Strong southwest winds. Occasional hill fog.

1 comment:

  1. Hi ALL - REGARDING the birthdy run up moel eilio - do you have any mor info on the run, what time? start of run from??? the route? Please could you let me now, thanks

    Stephen Edwards
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