Festive cross country at Binning wood 2016


This was a fund raiser for Dementia Research. A cause very close to my heart as my nana and grandad were both affected by dementia. The route was just over 2 miles (once round) or just over 5 miles (twice round). We all opted for the latter. The route was round Binning wood near East Linton as was just lovely, with the right amount of mud to feel like a cross country. As part of the entry fee we all got a raffle ticket, and there were some great prizes although I don’t think any of us scooped any. There were loads of cakes at the finish though so we were very happy harriers. A really nice relaxed and friendly race and I hope to be back next year. 🙂

Michael Greens 40.10
Kevin Anderson 40.27
Sadie Kemp 48.28
Michael Philp 51.25
Helen Osman 56.36


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One comment on Festive cross country at Binning wood 2016

  1. Dave says:

    Sounds very fulfilling and enjoable

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