Thursday, 26 November 2009

W/e 'local' fell running, 28/29 Nov ...

Thu 26 Nov, Night Hill Run #1 with Sarah, 6.30pm prompt, Vic Hotel car park, Llanberis. Bring a good torch/headtorch !

Sat 28 Nov, Stel's 50th Birthday run, about 2 hours over Moel Eilio. Meet 10.50am for 11.00 start, Vic Hotel car park, Llanberis. Bring a small bottle of 'bubbly' / 'sparkling' for summit refreshment if you can !

Sat 28 Nov, Sleepwalker 20-mile Night Time Trail Race, Powys, see WFRA.

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

Penmaenmawr race results, photos on WFRA.

Accommodation for Ireland British Champs race - 9th / 10th April 2010.
If anyone want to stay at Tory Bush Cottages for the Ireland BC race, can they please email Sarah at by December 6th. If we get enough people to fill the houses, the price per night would be around £20-25 (so thats £40-50 for the weekend). To secure the accommodation, bookings will need be made December 6th so you will need to confirm to me by then. A full deposit is required from each club member by end of December. Because prices depend on club members filling the houses, the deposits are non-refundable (however if you find someone else to take your place that's fine).

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

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

Advance notices:
Thu 3 Dec, Night Hill Run #2, location tba.
Fri 11 Dec, Christmas pizza & pint social, see Eryri 'blog' site.
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 slight frost in the valleys at first. Bright with just a few showers around at first, with perhaps more in the way of cloud and rain for the afternoon, with the risk of sleet or snow over the highest peaks. Winds also picking up by the afternoon. Good visibility but falling to moderate in rain, poor or very poor in sleet or snow, with patchy hill fog down to 500 metres at times.
Sunday: A frosty start likely in sheltered valleys, then a bright, mainly dry day with sunny spells. Generally clouding over later in the afternoon and becoming windy again with gales. Generally good or excellent visibility, but with some patchy hill fog at times, down to around 500 metres.

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