Awards - 21st January 2019
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Archie Mitchell wins KCC Spirit of Try Angle award

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Archie Mitchell from Manor Park junior parkrun has won the Kent County Council Spirit of Try Angle award.

 

Archie was chosen for the award due to the mixture of things that he has done at his local junior parkrun – where he has volunteered over 70 times as a timer and results processor, to name just a few.

 

Archie has also greatly enjoyed encouraging other young people to adopt running and junior parkrun as part of a healthy lifestyle, and has fundraised for other charities as part of his work in the local community.

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