PARKRUN LAUNCH... A group of locals and visitors celebrate the finish of the first official Edithburgh parkrun on Saturday morning. Back: Andrew Brooks-West, Alan Twartz, Andy Low, Liam Low, Amy Loechel, Trish McGee, Kay Sherriff, Karen Warren; middle: Tammi Tregellas, Matthew Gage, Jenny Brooks-West, Chloe Low, Jamie Low, Zara Loechel, Pam Groeneveld, Fiona Hendry, Georgia Sherriff, Jon Lang, Alicia Hooper; front: Kerri Ayling, Danielle Johns, Kelly McCloud, Zoe Weir, Lisa Martin, Alicia Hopper and canine participants Buddy and Gemma. PARKRUN LAUNCH... A group of locals and visitors celebrate the finish of the first official Edithburgh parkrun on Saturday morning. Back: Andrew Brooks-West, Alan Twartz, Andy Low, Liam Low, Amy Loechel, Trish McGee, Kay Sherriff, Karen Warren; middle: Tammi Tregellas, Matthew Gage, Jenny Brooks-West, Chloe Low, Jamie Low, Zara Loechel, Pam Groeneveld, Fiona Hendry, Georgia Sherriff, Jon Lang, Alicia Hooper; front: Kerri Ayling, Danielle Johns, Kelly McCloud, Zoe Weir, Lisa Martin, Alicia Hopper and canine participants Buddy and Gemma.

First parkrun event a runaway success

TO say organisers of Edithburgh’s first official parkrun were happy with the launch would be an understatement.

More than 70 people lined up to tackle the five-kilometre course along the Edith­burgh clifftop on Saturday, January 20.

Local runners were also joined by 30 self-described parkrun addicts from other groups.

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