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Hampstead Heath Trails – weekly social run

13 April 2023 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This week from 7 pm:
β€”> 8k gentle sunset run πŸŒ…

Social running around Hampstead Heath. Ideal for new runners, recovery runs and getting some extra hills into your training.

No runner is left behind. We start and finish as a group! 🀝

The course will differ from week to week but expect mixed terrain, hills, and the chance of mud patches. Trail shoes are recommended but not essential.

Start and finish at the Parliament Hill Athletics Track

Join us after for food and drink at The Stag, Belsize Park

Any questions please email:Β

β€œA sprawling North London parkland, composed of oaks, willows and chestnuts, yews and sycamores, the beech and the birch; that encompasses the city’s highest point and spreads far beyond it; that is so well planted it feels unplanned; that is not the country but is no more a garden than Yellowstone; that has a shade of green for every possible felicitation of light; that paints itself in russets and ambers in autumn, canary-yellow in the splashy spring; with tickling bush grass to hide teenage lovers and joint smokers, broad oaks for brave men to kiss against, mown meadows for summer ball games, hills for kites, ponds for hippies, an icy lido for old men with strong constitutions, mean llamas for mean children and, for the tourists, a country house, its faΓ§ade painted white enough for any Hollywood close-up, complete with a tea room, although anything you buy there should be eaten outside with the grass beneath your toes, sitting under the magnolia tree, letting the white blossoms, blush-pink at their tips, fall all around you. Hampstead Heath! The glory of London! Where Keats walked and Jarman xxxx , where Orwell exercised his weakened lungs and Constable never failed to find something holy.”

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April 13, 2023
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Hampstead Heath
Parliament Hill Track
London,NW3 2JPUnited Kingdom
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Matthew Wheat