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Feedback from the field

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I started parkrun in Walvis Bay after I hurt my back. I walked, albeit very carefully as I can’t afford to risk any injuries, but have been advised to do gentle physical activity. I walk using my Norwegian walking sticks. I enjoy the camaraderie and friendship of all members of parkrun.

 

I did not realise how much I missed it during Covid lockdowns until we opened again, With the third lockdown, I discovered (not)parkrun. This is an incredible motivational tool for me. I did not really do much physical activity during our second lockdown and my body recognised that. I now try to walk 4 times a week on both treadmill and at my local Lagoon.

 

parkrun, thank you so much for being there for me, and all the other people whom you have helped.

 

Judith Foghill

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