So right about now, a crack team of Wallsend Harriers will be leaving Segedunum – embarking on the 10th annual Toby for the wonderful St Oswald’s Hospice.
This year they’ll be covering approximately 188 miles (!!!) from Friday through Sunday – as they head along the Route 72 cycle path through Hexham, Haltwhistle, Brampton, and Carlisle until they reach Bowness-on-Solway before heading back and ending in Tynemouth.
We’d love as many of you to join in for the final few legs and help those weary legged legends end their journey on a high.
Keep your eyes peeled for updates via our social media channels and please feel free to send us your messages of encouragement too!
Of course, if you’d like to make a donation and haven’t done so already, please head over to our Just Giving page. We smashed £30,000 in total donations last year so we’d love to get as close to £35,000 as possible this year!
This coming Tuesday (the 25th July) our club session for both the seniors and juniors will be held at Seaton Sluice (aka ‘Gods country’ according to our chairman).
We’ll be meeting at the car park of the Butty Bus diner at 18:20, aiming for a 18:30 start. Directions are available below…
Starting from the 23rd of May, all Tuesday sessions for our Juniors and Seniors will be taking place from the Rising Sun Country Park until the 19th September.
We’ll be meeting at the Barking Dog car park from 6:15pm with the aim of starting at 6:30pm.
We’ll also be looking to run a couple of sessions up at Seaton Sluice beach on Tuesday 25th July and Tuesday 8th August, weather dependent of course. More details on the beach sessions will be given nearer the time. So get praying to those sun gods!
Our Thursday sessions will continue as usual from Hadrian Leisure Centre.
If you have any questions please speak to your coaches or give us a shout via Facebook or Twitter.
It was a near perfect spring evening for our annual Gordon Smith Relays and Junior Fun Run, the second of which to be held at the West Allotment Country Park. 500 or so runners, along with marshals, officials, parents and peers arrived in honour of our former Chairman.