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Run with the Langport Runners, first time is free.
There are groups for different abilities, from run\walker up to quick runner.
It's all very social and fun, just a bunch of local people who like to run and not very well.
Set yourself or child on the road to be the next Mo Farah, or if not that maybe the next Fo Marah (who he Ed?)

The Langport Runners is a social running club that caters for all abilities and ages from eight to ancient.
They meet three times a week

  • Mondays 6-7pm (juniors)
  • Wednesdays 7-8pm (mainly adults)
  • Sundays 8am (mainly adults)

    Also, on the first Sunday of every month there is a free run for children (4-14 years) starting near Tesco. Distance 1km or 2km.
    Their clubhouse is at the Langport Rec. Sports and Social Club.

    Contact David German davidgerman555@gmail.com
    Tel 259688
    http://langportrunners.co.uk/

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