MOVE Charity

Darlington Harriers Supports

Move Charity

Dedicated to supporting children & young people living with cancer through the power of exercise and sport.

SOUTH PARK FESTIVAL OF RUNNING - THURSDAY 30TH AUGUST 2018

race for all

Join the Move Team for either a 1 mile run, 2 mile fun run or a 5 mile race around Darlington's south park. All 3 events will be on the same route as the South Park 10 and 20 races which misses out the infamous Squirrel Hill making this a quicker course.

1 mile run will start at 17:00 2 mile fun run will start at 17:30 5 mile race will look to start 18:00 (approx.) medals will be given to all runners

All money raised will be given to Move Charity, details can be found here: http://www.movecharity.org/ food will be available for purchase and we will have TFM supporting on the evening to provide some entertainment

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PROVISIONAL RESULTS 5mile

MOVE CHARITY - SOUTH PARK FESTIVAL OF RUNNING - results.csv

2 mile fun run

Bib First Name Last Name Date of Birth Affiliated Club Registration Number Time
161 Tom Omahoney 09/11/2004 Richmond & Zetland Harriers 12:39
159 Ashton Harrison 30/06/2007 Darlington Harriers & AC 13:35
37 Sophia Hill 07/11/2005 Darlington Harriers & AC 14:22
121 Zara Jones 17/03/2008 14:30
171 Brooke Parker 28/04/2007 Middlesboro Mandale 14:47
150 Matthew Foster 13/12/2009 14:53
152 Savannah  Tarn 07/08/2008 Darlington Harriers & AC 15:00
53 Ewan Rogers 22/11/2005 Darlington Harriers & AC 3666049 15:02
167 Freya Talman 01/08/2008 Darlington Harriers & AC 15:08
166 Barry Talman 09/06/1976 Darlington Harriers & AC 15:09
76 Keith Thompson 19/04/1956 15:45
54 Harry  Rogers 15/10/2009 Darlington Harriers & AC 3666047 16:02
50 Oliver  Hall 15/08/2008 Middlesbrough AC (Mandale) 16:08
60 Darcey Garbutt 04/03/2005 Darlington Harriers & AC 3593773 16:40
13 Zack Jackson 11/07/2006 16:46
40 Joel Hardy 01/03/2005 17:17
168 Lucia Florian 20/03/1988 17:49
116 Junior Hollywood 05/10/2011 19:06
105 Eve  Wake 30/06/2010 19:16
106 Stephen  Buckley 30/10/1961 19:17
114 Tabitha  Dowson 12/12/1978 19:26
130 Astley Fenwick 02/05/1949 Teesdale AC 3544527 19:42
93 Jane Mardon 09/06/1948 Teesdale AC 3666077 19:47
39 Milly Hardy 01/05/2003 20:08
12 Will  Jackson 13/08/2006 20:23
112 Claire Hunt 04/01/1976 Evenwood Road Runners 3750523 20:29
104 Kate Wake 05/03/1983 20:41
11 Laura Jackson 07/05/1979 20:52
14 Dan Jackson 27/05/2011 20:52
132 Victoria  Denning 02/08/1976 These Girls Can Run 21:46
134 George Denning 23/04/2012 These Girls Can Run 21:46
165 Ruby Hindmarch 24/06/2008 22:09
72 Philip Moses 22/09/1959 22:24
73 Julie Moses 07/03/1961 22:24
133 Eva  Denning 12/03/2008 These Girls Can Run 23:28
135 Mandy Harrison 27/04/1963 Teesdale AC 3362429 23:28
129 Miriam Fenwick 01/08/1953 Steel City Striders RC 3553687 23:54
66 Janet  Stables 04/10/1969 Teesdale AC 3464023 25:19:00
19 Olivia Barclay  17/12/2007 26:50:00
18 Joanne Barclay 24/05/1971 26:54:00
117 Ava Whensley 21/03/2014 27:12:00
163 Natasha Singh 20/04/1950 28:19:00
77 Kath Thompson 15/02/1956 34:44:00
78 Lynne Johns 07/07/1964 34:47:00
148 Stephen Riley 22/06/1961 35:00:00
139 Scott Hindle 28/03/1989 35:02:00
75 Denise Warr 06/10/1937 35:32:00
80 Sasha Warr 27/11/1973 These Girls Can Run 35:32:00
74 Hilda Bainbridge 20/03/1940 35:37:00

1 mile run

Bib First Name Last Name Date of Birth Affiliated Club Registration Number Time
160 Evan Harrison 10/08/2009 Darlington Harriers & AC 06:53
157 James Shepherd 23/05/2011 Darlington Tri 07:06
156 Emily Shepherd 17/02/2008 Darlington Tri 07:25
92 Olivia Guy  15/05/2010 08:01
144 Sophie Wood 18/05/2009 08:32
122 Amelia Orton 03/06/2010 08:44
57 Jessica Mallen 21/02/2008 08:53
145 Alex Wood 05/01/2005 09:41
169 Luke Pegman 14/08/2012 10:11
68 Matthew  Barker  18/06/2010 10:52
126 Annie  Collinson 17/10/2012 12:02
124 Garry Collinson 04/03/1982 12:02
125 Sylvie  Collinson 29/04/2010 12:02
* two runners had no numbers 7:54 and 10:32

Since Move started 7 young people between the ages of 7 & 24 are diagnosed with cancer every single day and have to face an extremely tough journey. For young people there is so much thrown at them both physically and mentally during their treatment and it doesn’t just stop there.
Life goes on after cancer and we want to support young people as much as possible to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle both during and after treatment so they can work towards getting their live’s back on track and look forward to a brighter future.

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For more information please visit http://www.movecharity.org/