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Athletics: Harold Wood Running Club’s Gill Brogan sets new best at Raphael parkrun

PUBLISHED: 09:00 19 October 2017

Harold Wood's Corinne Mouhot hosted a memory walk to raise awareness of dementia (pic: Harold Wood Running Club)

Harold Wood's Corinne Mouhot hosted a memory walk to raise awareness of dementia (pic: Harold Wood Running Club)

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Harold Wood Running Club member Gill Brogan set a new personal best at the Raphael parkrun, clocking a time of 38 minutes and six seconds last weekend.

Fellow Harold Wood member Maggie Kelly, meanwhile, finished her first parkrun since completing the club’s ‘Couch to 5k’ programme, while others took part in the Harrow Lodge event.

Craig Brown took in the Saxon, Vikings and Normans Marathon event, which saw entrants complete as many laps of the 5.2-mile circuit in six hours, with the Harold man completing a marathon distance.

Corrine Mouhot, meanwhile, arranged a memory walk through the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to raise awareness of dementia.

Mouhot has become a ‘Dementia Friend’ and if offering free talks at local libraries. Anyone interested in these free talks should contact the club through info@haroldwoodrunning.club.

To keep up to the date with the latest news from the Harold Wood Running Club, visit the club’s website at haroldwoodrunning.club.

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