*Running for Pleasure *
3 of us met for a sociable run to kick off the evening on a stunning evening in the best seaside town on the south coast.
From a personal perspective it was just what I needed ! A lovely relaxed run with 2 of my favourites ( I have many )
So we set off and hit the prom, discussed the usual work /life/retirement/holiday balance topics before we arrived back at the cemetery.
Nothing grave at all
We met up with Barbara, Belinda, John, Sue, Ricky, Duncan , Gilly bean and Sue.
It was a wonderful turn out - We love or visits to this special place. Sue and Peter have done a great job with turning the closed cemetery into a haven for wildlife and nature. This evening the bee man, Stuart came to put more trays in the hives as the bees are making so much honey. There is an open day this Saturday afternoon where he will be selling the honey. Tickets are available.
Sue got us to work with various different tasks including weeding graves ( some military ones), pruning, weeding and clearing the ivy off a large tree ( this had Paul name all over it!)
After a sunny and happy hour we tied up and promised to return on 3rd October for our final visit of the year.
Congratulations to Ricky on his completion of the P24 hour event and his contunuing progress with his park runs and pace!
Meet at the cemetery at 6pm
We will help our friends Sue and Peter with some pruning and tidying of the cemetery.
I will take a group on a run down to the sea and we may slide in some fitness too.