Sun shines on Fareham parkrun for century celebrations
It was a glorious morning for Fareham parkrun in the sunshine.
Four people completed their 100thÂ parkrun on Saturday to make it a bumper celebration edition.
To see the full picture gallery from Fareham parkrun click on the link at the top of the story or on the icon on the main image.
David Hughes and Chris Rees, both of Fareham Crusaders, reached the fantastic milestone.
Also Queen Elizabeth parkrun regularsÂ Duncan McLean andÂ Marie Pollitt chose to make their first visit to the Fareham event.
TheyÂ enjoyed the brilliant weather and the scenic course, both achieving theirÂ 100th parkruns in style.
Phil Chamberlain completed his 50thÂ parkrun.
The weather also helped to make for a great morning for those chasing fast times with anÂ amazing number of 51 new personal bests recorded.
Matthew Brown finished in first position with a time of 18min 04sec.
He has now led the way 12 times at Fareham parkrun and has a personal best for the course of 17.18.
Ela Stachow was the first female finisher as she recorded a time of 21.25, whileÂ 240 people completed the 136thÂ eventÂ at Cams Hall Estate with 27 fantastic volunteers ensuring everyone was able to have a fun morning.
The course is a simple clockwise, out and back, course using the Hampshire County Council easy access trail. It is fast and flat with lots of opportunities to cheer and support.
All parkruns rely on volunteers to ensure they can take place every week. See the Fareham parkrun website for more information about how to get involved.
Meanwhile, at Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun it was event 176 along the seafront for the lovely promenade course.
Both the first two finishers got new personal best times.
Shaun Beale ran a good time of 17.32 while Darren Langridge finished second in 17.36.
Dacorum & Tring runner Kelly Du Buisson was staying down on the south coast with fellow club members who had organised a weekend visitÂ for the Great South Run.
She completed the Lee parkrun with a time of 20.41 to finish first lady and was in 20th position overall with 341 finishers.Â
The Hertfordshire club were well represented at the parkrun with Chris Marriott, Casper Du Buisson, Jim Mason, Erica Klein, Kirsty Russell and Michelle Ashwell allÂ taking part.
Belinda Brown completed her 100thÂ parkrun on Saturday.