Running opportunities for children in the Curry Rivel area.

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This morning I came across a Facebook post by Curry Rivel primary school. A photograph showed children enjoying their early morning running club.
With the start of the local inter school cross country competitions this term, this is a very good start to the season.
Langport Runners Junior club also provides an opportunity for young runners from Curry Rivel to improve their fitness with a weekly training session usually held at the Huish Academy or the Huish Leisure Centre.
The Club also organises a monthly run on North Moor in Langport on the first Sunday of each month. The next event is on November 6th. All welcome, no charge , ages from 4 to 14 years , boys and girls. Register 9.45 for 10 am start. Distances to suit either 400m 1000m or 2000m and all timed so runners can check their progress month by month.
Contact David German on 01458 259688 for more information.

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