News - 26th October 2016

Post parkrun pastries


Part of the enjoyment of parkrun is hanging out afterwards, having a fika with friends and chatting through today’s parkrun with people that you’ve maybe met out on the course. And this is no exception at Haga parkrun.


For those who have made it to Centre café, at ground level in the Wennergren Centre, you’ll know that Mohsen, the café owner, opens up especially on a Saturday morning to give all us hungry and thirsty runners a coffee and something to eat. The best thing about this is that this means that the kanelbullar have just emerged from the oven when we arrive, and nothing can really beat a fresh, warm kanelbulle…….


This coming Saturday Mohsen is going to come and run Haga parkrun with us, so give him a wave and come and join us for a fika together afterwards!

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