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After Langport North Moor — RUN FOR FUN — 31 July 2016 there will be a break but the next run should be the 6th November. which will also be the event's 2nd birthday! It's also the start of the cross country season so keep training.
We are keen to see this event continue for a third year and we welcome any thoughts on how to make it more attractive to your children.
From our personal point of view we would also like to find one or two volunteers who could take turns at being "in charge" each month. Full training and support given, its not difficult or complicated and it's very satisfying to be able to give enthusiastic young runners a chance to start and develop their sporting abilities.

THE BATTLE OF SEDGEMOOR August 28th 2016

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On August 31st, juniors will be able to enter the Langport Runners Battle of Sedgemoor 2.5 k Fun Run which starts straight outside the Langport Arms directly after the start of the 10k road race at 11 am, and finishes on Cocklemoor. An entry form and information is on our Langport Runners Club's website

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There are many other opportunities for Juniors to run and if you are interested, email for details.
Looking forward to a really good run on the 31st July.
More information from David German tel: 01458 259688 email: davidgerman555@gmail.com

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