Russ Stead has booked the Wharf Chambers for our annual presentation night. It's conveniently located a short walk from Leeds rail station, just down from The Corn Market. There is plenty of car parking availability nearby. Start time is 7pm and we should be finished by 11pm. The postcode for the venue is LS2 7EQ. The charge will be £10 (payable on the night) which includes food. Russ will endeavour to satisfy all tastes! Please let me know your dietary requirements.
Thursday, 1 March 2018
Friday, 16 February 2018
Sunday, 11 February 2018
Sunday, 4 February 2018
Skipton are holding the next cross country on Sunday 11 Feb at 10.30am. The venue is aireville park, please do not use Aireville car park. The course is 3 laps of the park, golf course and wooded areas distance of 4.5 miles. The course is muddy in places so fell or trail shoes. We are using sandylands for parking and pre and post race (BD23 2AZ). Changing facilities and showers are available. Refreshments available ( sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee). The start is a 5 minute walk or a 2 minute jog. Marshals will be on hand to direct you to the start.
Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Sunday, 21 January 2018
Sunday, 14 January 2018
There is no parking at Shelf Park, on the main road outside the park or down Bridle Stile so please don’t try to drive down the side of the park. We have however got the use of 75 spaces in the Witt carpark on Wade House (Halifax) Road (postcode HX3 7BJ) and marshals will be on the road entrance to direct you to the industrial estate. This car park will be available all day if you’re staying for food afterwards. If you do have to park elsewhere, please try and park a short walk (or warm up run) from the park and don’t park on any double yellow lines, obstruct any access points or cause obstructions. Where possible, please car share or if you’re local, walk.
Bacon butties and tea and coffee will be served in the Bottomley’s Arms (opposite Shelf Park) from 8.30am. The race will start from Shelf Park at 10am. The route is just over 5.5miles and a technical course. Trail / fell shoes are a must! The course is muddy and there are infamous Halifax hills!
The link to the route is: https://www.plotaroute.com/route/544037
Following the race, the Bottomley’s Arms will be selling homemade meat pie (veggie option available) and peas at £5. Please let us know if you’re staying for this on my Facebook post on Friday so there is enough to go round! Please ensure you remove any muddy footwear when going into the pub, these events are only possible with the support of local businesses. We’ll be holding the customary WYWL raffle in the Bottomley’s Arms too - it’s already shaping up to be a post Christmas special one (alcohol and chocolates aplenty!) but if you’ve got any unwanted presents, please bring them along!