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Good morning Ben, I'm Simon!

It seems that lockdown is having an impact on our memory. Ben's post made me laugh asking YPHers to introduce themselves if they happen to run past him. It might not necessarily be your memory Ben, some of the facial hair and flowing locks can be confusing. And that's just the blokes. You'll know me Ben, I'll be plodding along. Slightly more rotund than usual with dressing on knee and elbow after my cycling / railway line incident on Weds. Apart from that I'm still gorgeous!


Team Minster Inn appear to be having no problems remembering their way around our coastline as they said goodbye to Cornwall yesterday and hello to Somerset. They lost the daily race though with Team Pocket to Socket recording 97 miles compared to a mere 81 from Mini Inn.


It's been a few days since Norfolk, the land where the pronunciation of place names is vastly different to their spelling. It's the same in Somerset with Mini Inn in Crowcombe. Answers on a postcard please. The team have spent a lovely night bonding in this thatched cottage, planning ahead for their imminent arrival in Bristol.



About 240 miles back down the road, P2S are making the most of the sunbathing opportunity in St Ives. The Cornish one, not the Cambs one.



So the weekend beckons. It's non parkrun day #12 tomorrow. Have a great weekend everyone. Lastly, congratulations to Helena on your new job in Malton. Good luck from all your YPH friends and keep running.








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