Sunday, 24 March 2013

Run No 83 on 04/04/2013 starts in Peel

The next run will be Thursday 4th April at 7pm. We’re starting at the forest on the Peel Road. From the Nest roundabout (near Clovenfords) head toward Selkirk on the Caddonfoot Road, take the first right shortly after the roundabout, go over the bridge then take the first left up a dirt track road to a small car park just before the forest.

The On Inn for food and beers after the run will be the Clovenfords Hotel.

As usual, all are welcome – come along and be a walkie-talkie, or run around like an idiot, the choice is yours. I guess we might still need torches, and it’s almost certainly not going to be dry dusty trails, so a change of clothes might be good, or you’ll be sitting on your own in the pub J.


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