Fabulously well organised event by what seems to be a great bunch of people. Today was my first run and it was awesome to see the kids volunteering. Thank you very much for the well organised event. Hope to be there more often in the future! – Altus van As, Hamilton Lake
Was such an awesome opportunity for the kids. Thanks so much for organizing this & encouraging them to be part of it. – Rebecca Yeoman, Hamilton Lake
Awesome pics of all the kids who helped out, thank you to all of you for a job well done! – Darren Little, Hamilton Lake
Thank you all for making me feel so welcome today, I thoroughly enjoyed my morning
An extra special thanks to the lady who got me round the last km & graciously let me cross first……… I even managed a 41 second pb! – Kim Wakefield, Hamilton Lake
It’s fantastic to see the younger children of park run stepping out of their comfort zone and giving back to the community. It went so well many people have suggested we do it again. So a big thank you to all the children for their efforts! – Hamilton Lake
Thanks once again to all the amazing kids who volunteered today it was so cool to see you helping out, and to the runners it’s great to see you out there giving it your all.
See you all bright and early next week for the last parkrun before the epic Christmas Day parkrun. – Thanks, from Charli
Lovely picture from Palmerston North of their Christmas Fairies and another, featuring the many, very special volunteers of parkrun!
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