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  • Shropshire Shufflers COASTAL CANTER - Saturday 2nd July 2016

    The Shropshire Shufflers are a local running club and are organising an opportunity for you to do a linear run or walk around the remote North West Coast path of Anglesey between Amlwch and Holyhead. There are several different options on the day, opportunities to start at Wylfa 12 miles, Cemaes 15miles, Bull Bay 19miles or Amlwch 22 miles all with a common finish at Sandy Beach Caravan site over looking the delightful Porth Tywyn Mawr beach.

    At the finish there will be a two course meal “al fresco” and as much tea and coffee as you can consume.

    All this and coach travel both ways for £26.00.

    INTERESTED? then ring Alan Morris on 01952 770321 or e-mail morris@southolme.freeserve.co.uk for further details.

  • Rodney's Pillar Race 2016

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    The Rodney's Pillar Race is a 6.3km fell race with 290m of ascent. It starts from Criggion Village Hall and is organised by Shrewsbury AC.

     

    (If your type of computer does not support Adobe Flash then please click here to view the photos in our Flickr album for this race.)

  • Batch Bash 2016

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    A lot of ascent in a short race; the Batch Bash is 4.8km in length with 305m of ascent.

     

    (If your type of computer does not support Adobe Flash then please click here to view the photos in our Flickr album for this race.)

  • Caradoc Classic 2016

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    A very wet Wednesday in May hosted the second race in the 2016 summer series; the Caradoc Classic. The race's route is 5.6km in length with 268 metres of ascent.

    (If your type of computer does not support Adobe Flash then please click here to view the photos in our Flickr album for this race.)

  • Rockfall at Grinshill, Shropshire

     

    A substantial rockfall centred on the cave area below Ass Creek (Corbett Woods car park area, Grinshill, Shropshire) has created a number of huge boulders completely obliterating what was a long-standing unfinished cave boulder problem. The good news, could these be Shropshire’s very first actual boulder problems? Form a queue. Whatever the cause; earth tremors, high volumes of winter rain, illegal fires lit in the cave... no one was thankfully hurt but as always be vigilant and maybe avoid cave climbing.

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