The first Catterick Parkrun will be held on Saturday from 9am at Catterick Racecourse.
The event is free to take part in but you need to register first and bring along your printed barcode.
After the event this weekend it will held be held every Saturday at the course.
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People of all ages are invited to attend and you can run or walk at your own speed, with participants timed so they can measure their fitness levels the next time they take part.
The man behind the event is Gurkha priest Atmaram Dahal.
Here are the organisers’ tips on the event with all the links you need to get involved:
- Don’t forget your paper barcode! See your initial registration email, your weekly parkrun newsletter, previous results emails, or you can request a reminder email. Phones don’t scan, so please bring a printed copy.
- We operate a “No barcode, No result” policy. If you forget your printed barcode, you won’t get a time.
- Coming along for the first time? Please make sure you have registered and also read the course description.
- Did you run this week? Check out the results page and news page which includes event reports – we normally update these a day or two after the event.
- Not received your results email? It may be in your spam folder. We’ve a few tips on our support site to help you.
- You look great! Have a look at the event photos.
- Want to know more? Read about us and the event.
- Our links page connects you to local and national running resources.
- This event is run by volunteers who love running; if you want to join us, find out more on our volunteering page.
- Summary event statistics are at the bottom of every page.
- Any other questions? Read our dedicated support site.