Quakers On Tour

This is a new competition for 2017. It involves taking part in as many different parkruns in as many different locations as possible, during the year.

The Quakers On Tour competition is organised and managed by Ian Bond (ontour@quakers.run)

Latest Results

Updated 4th April 2017

Phil Rutter Elgin Darlington Hackworth Sedgefield
Gill Colling Elgin Darlington Hackworth Sedgefield
Daz Wood Albert Park Stewarts Park Durham Whitley Bay Rising Sun Prudhoe Newcastle
South Shields Sedgefield Tees Barrage Garteshead Blackhill Northallerton Harrogate
  Roundhay (Leeds)
Lisa Jenkins Sedgefield Darlington Keswick
Caroline Moses Albert Park Hartlepool Sedgefield Darlington Stonehaven Halifax TeesBarrage
  Hackworth Wetherby Northallerton Durham
Mike Brown Albert Park Hartlepool Sedgefield Darlington Stonehaven Halifax Hackworth
Wetherby Northallerton Durham
Peter Rowley Lancaster Bramhall Darlington Fellfoot
Liz Kennedy Sedgefield Gibside Darlington
Sally Watson Darlington Sedgefield Yeovil Montacute Penrose
Anthony Corbett Sedgefield Northallerton Durham Stewarts Park Blackhill (Consett) Riverside(CLS) Temple Newsham
Darlington Hackworth Roundhay (Leeds) Goole
Nicola Wells Darlington Gibside Northallerton Sedgefield
Adrian Colbourne Sedgefield Albert Park Darlington Tees Barrage Riverside (CLS)
Julie Whinn Darlington Penrith
Ty Hankinson Darlington Sedgefield
Paul Dalton Sedgefield Hartlepool Tees Barrage Riverside (CLS) Penryhn
Malcolm Hewitson Darlington Preston Durham
Anna Hardy Sedgefield Darlington
Michelle Dale Nostell Priory Pontefract Darlington
David Ledgerwood Darlington Sedgefield Tees Barrage Tollcross      
Rebecca Howard Fountains Abbey Gibside Darlington
Phill Johnston Darlington
Dawn Johnston Darlington
Shaun Eland Darlington
Andrew Dixon
Richard Hughes
Diane Vaughan

The Rules

  1. You must be registered with parkrun as a Quaker so that “Quakers” appears in the results alongside your name. You can edit your parkrun club registration details by visiting your parkrun profile page
  2. You must tell Ian Bond where and when you did each different parkrun.
    You may do this by email (ontour@quakers.run) or via Facebook

    • Please wait until you have done three different parkruns before telling Ian
      (to prevent having a list of 100 people who have just done Darlington South Park!)
    • You must tell Ian that you are planning to take part, and do so by the end of March
      (This doesn’t commit you to doing any parkruns but is just so as to avoid any dark horses taking the lead at the last minute, which would detract from the competitive element)

After the last Saturday in each month, we will send out a reminder, and will then publish a list of how many different parkruns each person has done, so that everyone can see how everyone else is doing.