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Awards, News - 2nd November 2018
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Kettering parkrun wins Get Active Award 2018

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Congratulations to Kettering parkrun, which has received the Kettering Borough Council Get Active Award 2018.

 

More than 4,500 people have registered Kettering as their home parkrun since it launched in September 2016. The Get Active Award is a well deserved recognition of all the work that goes into making parkrun happen every week. Just as importantly, it acknowledges the benefits of regular physical activity for the health and wellbeing of the community.

 

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