Jay Wagstaff completed100K Breast Cancer Now Challenge during the month of October. Running in all weather to complete her challenge and in the process she raised £165.00.
Whilst Sarah Barker raised £3213 for The Daisy Garland Charity by running the London Marathon at the start of October. The charity supports children with epilepsy.
The first weekend of November saw Louisa Chisholm, Rob Kernaghan and Sandra Haynes take part in The Readymoney Ramble. This is an 8K run starting at Readymoney Cove, along the coastal path to Polridmouth. From here the athletes run back overland to loop through Fowey and return to Readymoney. The route is 60% trial and 40% road. To make the route more interesting and more challenging for the athletes, the route is also a self navigating exercise activity. Whilst Louisa took part in the 8K, Rob and Sandra decided to double the route and complete the 16K version.
Rob Kernaghan, came back first for his age group in his age group, completing the 16k route in 1 hour 52 minutes.
Louisa Chisholm finished the route in 51:19, and took first place in her age group.
Sandra Haynes completed the route in 1:48:24
Carol Beaver took part in the Anytime Cornish Marathon. A virtual run, with a set route. Each year roughly a month is dedicated to the runners being able to complete the route. The route starts and finishes in Pensilva, takes the runners out to Jamaica Inn, then back via Bolventor, to Pensilva. Carol, set off at 7 am and completed the route in 7 hours 49 minutes.