We’re so excited that our Taste of the Fells group starts Tuesday 3rd May for 6 weeks.
🇦🇹 Have you ever wanted to try fell running?
🇦🇹 Do you regularly run 5m/8k?
🇦🇹 Want to experience balmy summer evenings like this?
Now’s the chance to find out more – and what it’s like to run with a friendly supportive group in the the beautiful South Pennine landscape … and it’s FREE.
Appropriate for all speeds of regular runners who want to find out what it’s like to go up and down steep hills (hopefully in the summer sunshine
If you haven’t yet got a pair of fell shoes bring your grippiest trainers, and a cagoule or extra layer for the moors. And do stop for a drink with us afterwards.
To join in the fun all you need to do is be there at 6.30pm for 6.45pm at Mytholmroyd Community Centre, Caldene Avenue, HX7 5AF.
We’ll see you there – we can’t wait.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calder Valley Fell Runners – 4th April 2022
Pendle Fell Race is a short, sharp affair over 4.5 miles with 1,500ft of climbing for the senior race and a range of distances for the different age categories for the juniors.
Joseph running a strong race for 3rd place. Photo courtesy of Woodentops
The junior races, a counter in the club’s junior championship, are run on a parallel course to the seniors on a mix of track, trail and fell. The route runs up to Buttock Farm, climbs towards the Trig point before turning back at a designated point depending upon age category.
Charlie obviously enjoying the race with a thumbs up. Photo courtesy of Woodentops
Calder Valley had junior boys competing in the U13 and U17 categories. The younger boys put on a great show for the club with Joseph Stone taking overall 2nd place in the U13s (14mins 23secs) and Thomas Burton (19mins 08secs) and Ted Parker (20mins 31secs) all securing top 20 places over the 2.38km course. The U17s was equally competitive and Charlie Pickens ran a good race covering the 4.4km and 245m of elevation in 22mins and o4secs to secure 5th place overall in the age category.
– CALDER VALLEY NEWS REPORTER: MARC COLLETT