SOCIAL AND CLUB EVENTS CALENDAR
Tuesday 7 December Predictor Run
Organised by Richard Gray. The Predictor Run is about 6.1 miles. There is a mass start at the far side of the Old Bridge. It’s not a race against others, you give your estimated time to complete the course and the person closest to their predicted time is the winner and gets a nice bottle of wine – how simple is that! Needless to say, no timing devices – finish with a smile, this is for fun! See Richard’s post on the website training forum for a route description.
Tuesday 14 December
Social Gathering: Bob Graham Round The Gathering at ILT&SC after the run. The subject will be The Bob Graham Round. No charge, and a light buffet is provided (heartier meals on sale from the bar).
Tuesday 21 December Christmas Fancy Dress Relays Teams of four to include one female, one U30, one V50+ – mix ‘em up! Family teams welcome. Mulled wine and mince pies served throughout. Spot
prizes. Figure of eight route starts at the far side of the Old Bridge. Relays start at 7.10. Entry fee £5/ team, all proceeds to Cancer Research UK. Further details and Entry Forms can be downloaded from the Social page on the website.
followed by Christmas Quiz & Supper from 8.45 at the Tennis Club.
Tuesday 18 January Social gathering
After the run, light buffet provided. Topic tbc.
Friday 28 January (provisional) Annual Presentation Evening and Party
Every Tuesday members meet for a drink and chat in the ILT&SC cafe-bar after the run (about 8.45pm). The Cafe-Bar now serves hot suppers (with chips!) every Tuesday, £4.
On the last Tuesday of the month (30 November and 25 January but not in December) as many members as possible are encouraged to come back for this post-run meal and to chat about training, racing and even non-running matters!
English Fell Running Champions Norman Bush (V70) and Tracey Greenway (V40 and V45) display their hard-earned silverware at the FRA annual dinner and award presentation, Saturday 13 November.
24 ILKLEY HARRIERS NEWSLETTER • NOVEMBER–DECEMBER 2010
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