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Run Rudolph Run Out of the reindeers you know you are the mastermind. Run Rudolph Run, Randalph aint too far behind. Run, run Rudolph, Santa’s got to make it to town. Santa make him happy; tell him he can’t take the freeway down. Run, run Rudolph, cos I’m reeling like a merry go round. Chuck Berry
Jingle bells Jingle bells running all the way, Santa Dash in Elsecar… it’s so much fun they’ll say, Hot mince pie, medal too, you will have a ball Come and do the Santa Dash… The North’s not grim at all!
In support of MIND, It's Grim up North Running invites you to take part in a Virtual Race. Runners will run for seven consecutive days, a distance of their choice. When completed, simply send us an email. All participants will receive a bespoke medal in the post. Event open 1st June - 31st August.
Another fantastic out and back race along the Leeds to Liverpool Canal. This particular event will focus on the stretch of canal around the Victorian mill town of Saltaire.
Langsett Reservoir is in Yorkshire, England, near the lovely villages of Langsett and Upper Midhope, on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The reservoir was constructed between 1898 and 1904 and provides the perfect place for a looped course.
Nottingham Forrest and the famous folk story of Robin Hood is the first thing that comes to mind. For most people when the city of Nottingham is mentioned however the city holds far more then this Including the fabulous Holme PierrePont country park. Well known for acres of countryside and fantastic activities this creates the perfect setting for Grim Up North Running to ‘go on tour’ and hold another six-hour challenge.
Settle is a beautiful market town in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, it is serviced with a nearby Railway Station in Giggleswick. Settle is a vibrant and bustling town, with lots of bars, restaurants, shops, galleries and of course accommodation. If any of you have ever walked or ran the Yorkshire 3 peaks then you will probably be familiar with Settle as all the 3 peaks are within a few miles of Settle so wonderful walking country.
Pateley Bridge is a small market town that nestles within Nidderdale on the River Nidd, its is surrounded by beautiful countryside and glorious scenery. Pateley has the oldest sweetshop in England, the shop was established in 1827 and the name of the shop is surprisingly ‘The Oldest Sweet Shop in England’ so bring your penny jar.
This route is a trail half marathon and a trail marathon, which we think will become a firm favourite for anyone who likes the Canal Canter and Kirkstall.
A lovely race with distances from 5k ,10k , half marathon, 20 miles, marathon and ultra. This flat course will be perfect for those wanting a PB. Homemade cakes, a bespoke medal and our Yorkshire goody bag await all finishers.
Harrogate – Arx Celebris Fontibus – Citadel of the Famous Springs
Super. High. Way. Super. Wet. Way. Super. Slow. Way. Super. Low. Way. Ian McMillan