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Sunday March 07, 2021

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Despite uncertain weather - including a hailstorm just prior to the start - the Sessay Sports Relief run was a great success, and £400 was raised for charity.  Around 100 runners (plus half a dozen dogs !) took part, with a roughly equal split between the three distances (6 miles, 3 miles and 1 mile).  


The youngest finisher was four years old, and the oldest (Brian Flintoff) 86.  Ollie Dale even completed the course on a unicycle !  Well done to all who took part, and to Chris Till and everyone else involved in organising the event.
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Competitors shelter from the hail before the start of the run.

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The (serious) runners set off for the 6 mile (really 6.6) event.

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The 3 milers on their way.

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The 'dog' team bringing up the rear !

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Dog team pauses to pose !  Proper runners pass by on their second lap - see following pictures.....

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The weather for the actual run was fine - as you can see.  Some runners were obviously worried
about the effects of heat exhaustion - or has intensive training for the cricket season already started ?

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