Trail Run 2015

Sun 11th October 2015

Penrith Rotary Trail Run in Lowther park

Results are in

10 k Results 2015 - http://ukroadraces.info/results/2015/pen1.htm

Fun Run Results 2015 - http://ukroadraces.info/results/2015/penf.htm

Lowther Park provided a beautiful autumn backdrop to Sunday’s 10K Penrith Rotary Club Trail Run and 4K family fun run which attracted 250 runners. A feature of this year’s event was a record number of children and families who took part in the fun run on a specially designed course.Courtesy of Lowther Estates Trust the main adult course took the runners from Hackthorpe Village Hall along the Deer Park to Whale, before turning alongside the river towards Lowther Castle, Newtown then back through parkland to Hackthorpe.

First man home was Jon Fletcher from Border Harriersin a time of 36:37 mins; Ross Landon also from Border Harriers was second in a time of 37:36 mins. Charlie Lowther of Eden Runners was third in a time of 38:46mins.

The first women home were Heidi Dent, Howgill Harriers, first in a time of 41:42 mins; second was Karen Bridge 45:10 mins and third was Suzanne Toppin in 46:32 mins.

Winner of the under 16yrs Fun Run was Robert Askew, Helm Hill Runners (16:28), 2nd was Martha Richards Ullswater Community, (17:04) and3rd Jodie Gillon (17:40)

During the presentation ceremony the race organiser Rotarian Tim Southorn, thanked all participants, organisations and individuals who helped to make the event possible including Penrith Soroptomists and Penrith Inner Wheel. Alan and Kathleen Conway provided first aid cover.

Prince’s Water from Armathwaite provided complimentary water, Heaton’s Stationery did the printing and a special thank-you goes to Jenkinson’s Forest Products who provided extensive support including the event tee shirts.

Well over £2000 was raised for the wide ranging charities and good causes that Rotary supports. Recent club donations include Eden Hospice, Eden Mencap, Mountain Rescue, Air Ambulance and the Calvert Trust. Further afield Rotary helps to provide bespoke survival tents at the scene of natural disasters across the world. For many years the club also helps the global effort to rid the world of polio.

Men’s Results 10K

Name

Club

Time

Over 40

Over 50

1

Jon Fletcher

Border Harriers

36:37

2

Ross Landon

Border Harriers

37:36

3

Charlie Lowther

Eden Runners

38:46

4

Ian Hunter

Ilkeston RC

39:28

5

Seal Howard

Derwent AA-C

40:19

40:19

6

Des Morris

Tri-Lakeland

40:54

40:54

7

Stu Windsor

DH Runners

41:16

41:16

8

Kevin McQueen

Dumfries RC

42:17

42:17

9

Martin Hepworth

Eden Runners

42:36

42:36

10

Aaron Baglee

42:44

42:44

Women’s Results 10K

Name

Club

Time

Over 40

Over 50

1

Heidi Dent

Howgill Harriers

41:42

2

Karen Bridge

Eden Runners

45:10

45:10

3

Suzanne Toppin

46:32

46:32

4

Nina Walkingsha

Howgill Harriers

48:55

5

Holly Harper

49:49

(Under 18)

6

Mhairi Wear

Eden Runners

50:42

7

Suzy Gillon

51:08

51:08

8

Wanda-Jane Field

52:13

52:13

9

Anne MacFarlane

Dumfries RC

52:18

52:18

10

Kathryn Quine

Kendal AC

52:24

52:24

Fun Run 4K (Under 16)

Name

Club

Time

1

Robert Askew

m

Helm Hill Run

16:28

2

Martha Richards

f

Ullswater Comm

17:04

3

Jodie Gillon

f

17:40

4

Becka Stamoer

f

Eden Runners

17:49

5

Zico Field

m

18:27

6

Dylan Slack

m

18:27

7

Isaac Robinson

m

Kirkby Stephen

18:40

8

Charlie Dinsdale

m

18:41

9

Lucy Hetherington

f

Hunters Hall

18:56

10

Tom Haughan

m

Langwathby C

18:57


The events are sponsored by A.W. Jenkinson; and the courses, amid the wonderful scenery of Lowther Park, are allowed by the kind permission of the Lowther Estates Trust.