Paul and Julie Mitchell are volunteers for WaterAid who provide volunteers for the Glastonbury Festival. Glastonbury then make a donation to WaterAid for services provided. We worked 24hrs in shifts giving out water during temperatures approaching 28 C. WaterAid provided about 650 volunteers this year. Whilst manning the water station, Paul asked around to see who wanted to go for a run. A number of people did want to go for a festival run around the site. Paul then found out that their were two runs already organised by a health professional working in an area called the healing field. The Thursday run had circa 105 runners as reported in the daily news sheet. It just shows that runners will run whenever they can and that us Mighty Greens get everywhere.
Alexa Baker in Llandudno. It’s a long way to run around the bay at 7.30 am
Paul Mitchell at Glastonbury with the Proclaimers singing 500 miles in the background before setting off with around 100 others for a 5k run around the site.
Sue Collman represented the mighty Green at the San Francisco Parkrun. Well done!
Tim Swarbrick represented the Mighty Green at the Lanzarote Wine Run.
Mighty Green Bert was in Locarno, Switzerland.
Derek Blackburn represented the Mighty Green at the Coburg Parkrun in Melbourne, Australia.
Well done, Derek!
Alan Kay took his mighty green t-shirt to Santorini,Kamari
Derek Blackburn managed to set a new PB of 25mins 48secs at the Parkville Parkrun, Australia.
Nick is representing the Mighty Green on Mount Vesuvius.