Wandle Park runs get off to an early start this summer

The early birds in Wandle Park are about to get a bit of a wake-up call on summer Tuesday mornings, as the local running group doubles its number of meetings.

Wandle Valley Regional Park and RunTogether are starting a new run for those looking to fit in a morning run before work, the school run or whatever you have planned for the day.

Suitable for beginners or those wishing to move their running on, the group will begin next Tuesday, July 4, meeting at 7am outside the park cafe to help to run or walk yourself to fitness over the summer months, better health style, spiritual enlightenment and perhaps the odd, well-earned cheeky drink.

The group’s regular Thursday evening runs, from the same place at 7pm, continue. All abilities, faiths and sizes catered for alongside the Wandle.

To contact the Wandle running group, click here.


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