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Read more › News - 18th May 2017

Deaf and Hard of Hearing parkrunners

Reece and Kane     Reece is 11 years old and Kane is nine years old. They are both Deaf and wear hearing aids.   Their Mum, Jayne, was told about the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Takeover Event at Huddersfield junior parkrun and persuaded them to come along and give it a go.  …

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Read more › News - 18th May 2017

Sharing my passion

I started parkrun around three years ago and only did two runs with the intentions of keeping fit and losing weight but hated the attempts as I found running with hearing aids difficult. I would get all sweaty and the hearing aids would conk out and would need drying out (several days!). I was also…

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Read more › News - 14th May 2017

Reaching out to parkrunners affected by dementia

Finsbury parkrunner Dr Mohit Verma, on the right, has a passion to improve the lives of those living with dementia and their families. Through his work as a Consultant Psychiatrist he’s seen firsthand how exercise and opportunities to socialise can transform the quality of life of those living with this disease.    This is why he’s…

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Read more › News - 15th March 2017

parkrun Dementia Champions

Poolsbrook parkrunner Andy Morris, who fought his way to the top of the Running Down Dementia leaderboard after raising more than £3,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK last year, has taken on a new role as a volunteer parkrun dementia champion, aimed at encouraging carers and people living with dementia to become more involved with parkrun….

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