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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomsk View Post
    C'mon Bowland, get some results posted on your website.
    I only need the last few!

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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    C'mon Bowland, Noonstone got their results out within 24 hours. Fantastic effort.
    Wheres Bleasdale Circle results 7 days down the line!!!
    After climbing a great hill one only finds that there are many more hills to climb ......

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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    Yes, Tomsk, my sentiments exactly. With today's crap weather it would have been a good time to sort out the results. Unless they were all out planning a route for the FRA relays?
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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    The results are now on-line, as are some good (but misty) pictures:

    http://www.bowlandfellrunners.org.uk/

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    Bleasdale Circle

    Howdo

    Is anyone doing it that lives in or near Horwich or works in Manchester city centre and can return the trophy for me, I'm not going.

    Thanks

    Danny Hope

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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    I'm not really well-placed to help Danny, but surely there are some Horwich RMI-ers going to this wonderful race over the magical Bowland fells... plug plug

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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    Thanks to Les Orr and all the Bowland Fellrunners for putting on a great race today. Sunshine, boggy fields, a tough climb up Fairsnape and a very strong wind on top. What more could you ask for?
    Well I asked for pie & peas and a cup of tea and it went down a treat - only 1.50 as well!
    I also met a very nice chap called Ian who claimed to be a Wheezing Donkey. Nice to meet you Ian.

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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    I'll second that Swoop, I thought the organisation from Les Orr and the rest of the Bowland crew was excellent. A great race yesterday and great weather too. The wind coming off Parlick was really strong and I thought the boggy field at the end was tough going into the wind.

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    Re: Bleasdale Circle

    Quote Originally Posted by Swoop View Post
    Thanks to Les Orr and all the Bowland Fellrunners for putting on a great race today. Sunshine, boggy fields, a tough climb up Fairsnape and a very strong wind on top. What more could you ask for?
    Well I asked for pie & peas and a cup of tea and it went down a treat - only 1.50 as well!
    I also met a very nice chap called Ian who claimed to be a Wheezing Donkey. Nice to meet you Ian.
    Nice to meet you Swoop, one of fell running's army of true gents.

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    Bleasdale Circle

    Anybody doing this one on Saturday?

    Clashes with Noon Stone.

    route map here : -
    http://www.bowlandfellrunners.org.uk...rcle_route.pdf
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