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The mental endurance of running long distance doing multiple laps of the running track, your very own dilemma of when to exit
All glory and praise be given to God; the father, the son and Holy Ghost on high, on earth, goodwill towards men, honour and true allegiance to our gracious King, loving affection among his subjects, health and plenty within this house. 1628 – Lettering around the balustrade at Temple Newsam House
Join us for our second event in Beautiful Haworth. Enjoy a run in the spring air, the beauty of the rolling Yorkshire Moors and the picturesque offerings of Haworth. This charming Yorkshire village will make you feel like you have stepped back in to another era, the perfect venue for another special event and memory from Its Grim Up North Running.
Rabbit Ings is a country park located on the former colliery yard and spoil heap of the Monkton Colliery and then the Royston Drift Mine, which closed in 1989.
"The women who starts the race is not the same women who finishes the race, running has given me the courage to start, the determination to keep trying and the childlike spirit to have fun along the way, run often and run long but never outrun your joy of running"
Monastic limestone skeleton Threadbare with simple love of life Speak out your dead language The winds hammer, the suns knife... Ruined Abbeys, Peter Levi
Beautiful trail race around the grounds of Cannon Hall Gorgeous evening run, lapped route in and around the beautiful grounds of Cannon Hall
Mid week trail race around beautiful Langsett
Charity evening trail race Calverley Leeds
Silent water slips away to sea,Kissed by trout and dappled with evening light.The gilded sun melts in purple shadows Over the blue powdered hills. There are days here.Days moving round The oakleaf stone The delta, The forgotten ford...
Out and Back Race along the Sunny Canal - Super. High. Way. Super. Wet. Way. Super. Slow. Way. Super. Low. Way. - Ian McMillan
Wortley is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire and is mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book as Wirtleie. Wortley grew up as a settlement where the Sheffield to Halifax road crossed the Cheshire to Rotherham route. In 1250, a Sunday market was briefly established, but this was quickly suppressed by the monks who owned the right to hold markets in Barnsley.