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   Denby Pottery

5 June

 

Our next race is at Denby Pottery, 7.30pm start 5 minute walk from the Visitor Centre.  Could this be the last race for NDRC?

 

We urgently need volunteers to help with collection of discs and recording of finish positions. At a recent club committee meeting no one volunteered so it's over to you the members. Do you wish the club to continue in the league because without helpers the reality is that the club will have no option but to resign it's league membership. If you can help at Denby, or at the final two races at Carsington on 3 July and at Shipley Cricket Club on 7 August, PLEASE let Club Secretary Sarah Johnson know by email sarahjjohnson1980@gmail.com or message her on facebook. Ideally we need 2 volunteers per race.

 

The results will be available via the Booths League results website CLICK HERE.  From the main screen click Organisers, then Booth Decorators then click Denby from the events list on the right. Scroll down and click All Members to see a results list.

 


 The Brampton Brewery Chesterfield Spire 10 Mile

Part of the Triple Race Challenge (see below)

 

Sunday 1 July Start time 9:30am

 

 Also

The Unit 1 Family Fun Run 2.5km Run/Walk 9:15am

 

Entries are now open CLICK HERE to go to the race page for more information and postal or online entry for both events.

 


No Walk in the Park - 5 May

 

 

 

Matlock's Elsbeth Grant was the winner of today's 5k in 18:04 and clear of NDRC's John Sanderson in 18:27 who beat third placed Will Sissons by just one second. Kenilworth Runner Rachel Kerr was second lady in 20:51 with Miltown Miler Martha Laxton-Kayne third in 23:58. Thank you to all who supported our events by running or helping on the day.

 

To see photos courtesy of Rob Scriven CLICK HERE.

 

Results now available below, email any queries  to nwip@yahoo.com 

 

 

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The First Triple Hill Challenge

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to compete in the first Derbyshire Triple  Hill Challenge. Three well established races have their own personalities and all offer fabulous views and enjoyment.

 

Race 1 Holymoorside 10k Sunday 13th May

 

Now in its 9th year it also has 2k fun run. Starts and finishes in the picturesque village of Holymoorside, to the west of Chesterfield.

 

Friendly marshals from the 1st Holymoorside Scout Group will cheer you up the first 4 km hill, before you join the road across the moors, to begin the descent back to the village.

Full details CLICK HERE and entries are now being taken.

 

Race 2 The Spire 10 mile Sunday July 1st

 

Now approx in its 20th year also has a fun run in the park.  This again has long hilly sections, but once you get to the top, there are breathtaking views (if you have anything left) over 5\6 counties. Then the long descent back to Holmebrook Country Park. All the way cheered on by the enthusiastic members of North Derbyshire Running Club.

Full details CLICK HERE and entries open early April.

 

Race 3 Hardwick 10k Thursday 19th July

 

This iconic race is now in its 34th year. Its an undulating run up to The Historic Hardwick Hall, turn round, enjoy the stunning scenery, plunge down the hill for the return to the rapturous welcome in Pilsley village. The race has sold out quickly since its rebirth.

Full details CLICK HERE and entries open 2nd April.

 

All races have various mementos and we hope to present the free Triple Race Challenge Memento at the Hardwick. There will also be prizes for the first lady and man calculated through race positions.

 


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