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  1. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 22nd/23rd June 2019. 128- Concord 282 - Graves 126 - Graves-Juniors 433 - Hillsborough 97 - Castle Total - 1,666 380 - Rother Valley 119 - Clifton Park Total - 499 Overall total = 2,165
  2. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 15th/16th June 2019. 130- Concord Graves 124 - Graves-Juniors 431 - Hillsborough 145 - Castle , New Record Attendance +9. 594 - Hallam Total - 1,324 370 - Rother Valley 136 - Clifton Park, 9th Best Attendance Total - 506 Overall total = 1,830 National and International stats here. Sheffield Castle included.......... http://www.elliottline.com/parkrun/2019/6/16/elliott-line-stats-16th-june-2019?fbclid=IwAR2z6A3fpt0vk88NxNv3D-zAduGOHPhzWndTCF2Z3ZKgVWsMhdgD8_Szyhg
  3. The most important Consequence of Brexit, until its not, is that it has changed the UK into a 2 party state. All votes since the referendum have been just that - Remain or Brexit. Only UKIP/Brexit , Lib Dems and Greens seem to have cottoned on. Labour and Torys are being cut to ribbons by voters leaving them and choosing an In or Out party, getting them back gets harder the longer the debate goes on. The sooner they abandon trying to sit on 2 stools the sooner we will get to the denoument and the final decision will be made. Thereafter, we can go back to left, right, 'somewhere in the middle' and green varieties of political parties. If the Tories, and to a lesser extent Labour, don't grasp the nettle soon they may not be around to contest the 1st General election after we finally decide to stay or go. Can't get rid of this box, doh!
  4. Up dated - Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 8th June 2019. 101- Concord 262 - Graves No run at Graves-Juniors 279 - Hillsborough 59 - Castle 485 - Hallam Total - 1,186 Hovercraft crossing at Rother Valley 130 - Clifton Park Total - 130 Overall total = 1,316
  5. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 8th June 2019. 101- Concord 262 - Graves No run at Graves-Juniors 279 - Hillsborough ?? - Castle 485 - Hallam Total - 1,127 No parkrun at Rother Valley 130 - Clifton Park Total - 130 Overall total = 1,257
  6. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 1st/2nd June 2019. 132- Concord 313 - Graves 116 - Graves-Juniors 418 - Hillsborough 71 - Castle 707 - Hallam Total - 1,757 521 - Rother Valley, New Attendance Record (+81) 133 - Clifton Park Total - 654 Overall total = 2,411 Andrew Burgess-Tupling The start of the meteorological summer saw temperatures rise. There were 52/54 parkruns in the Yorkshire and Humber region. The only cancellation was at Temple Newsam; Armley was abandoned. Of 49 runs completed both last week and this, 22 had higher attendances, 26 were lower and one (Myrtle (153)) was the same. Total attendance was 14304 an increase of 338 (2.4%) from the previous week. There were five new attendance records: Rother Valley (521), Doncaster (392), Conyngham Hall (252), Northallerton (181) and Wetherby (165). Doncaster had a new record for the second week in a row and Conyngham Hall has increased on each of its events. Northallerton equalled its attendance from its inaugural event on 1 August 2015. Harrogate & Scunthorpe had attendances of 453, Barnsley & Dalby Forest had 259, Bramley & Humber Bridge had 154, Halifax & New Earswick had 122 and Dewsbury & Storthes Hall had 90. The average weekly attendance over the last 12 months has increased by 28.4% (8868 to 11386). The mean attendance per parkrun per week over the history of parkrun for the region is 207.7; the median is 167.
  7. My underlining. Therfore any female would be no good? Oh Dear! Thats more than 50% of the population offended. * *- A guess which wouldn't include a 'certain type' of woman but would include a 'certain type' of men.
  8. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 25th /26th May 2019. 125- Concord 300 - Graves 108 - Graves-Juniors 400 - Hillsborough 74 - Castle 677 - Hallam Total - 1,684 376 - Rother Valley 143 - Clifton Park Total - 519 Overall total = 2,203
  9. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances on 18th/19th May 2019. 144 -Concord 366 - Graves, 3rd Highest Attendance 166 - Graves-Juniors, 4th Highest Attendance 438 - Hillsborough 97 - Castle, 7th Highest Attendance No event at Hallam Total - 1,211 405 - Rother Valley, 4th Highest Attendance No event at Clifton Park Total - 405 Overall total = 1,616 Flanker is back after a Scottish tour of Troon, Alness and Fort William which was a varied mix of Prom, estuary and forest. In my absence we have had totals of 2,281 (4th/5th May) and 1,992 (11th/12th May). Which includes a New attendance record of 884 (=16) at Hallam on the 4th.
  10. Andrew Burgess-Tupling‎ to parkrun statsgeek group May 18 at 4:16 PM · The launch of another new parkrun in the Yorkshire and Humber region means it is now possible to get the Pirate badge without venturing outside the region. There were 50/54 parkruns in the Yorkshire and Humber region. Cancellations at Bradford, Rotherham, Sheffield Hallam and Storthes Hall (all had other events taking place). Of 46 runs completed both last week and this, 27 had higher attendances and 19 were lower. Total attendance was 13496 an increase of 111 (0.8%) from the previous week. Conyngham Hall launched with an attendance of 137. Goole had a new record attendance of 219 and Horton Park had 134 (matching its previous highest). Serendipitously both these parkruns inaugural events took place on 30 May 2015. Horton Park has had just 10 events out of 206 with over 100 present. Huddersfield & Woodhouse Moor had attendances of 645, Normanby Hall & Pontefract had 321, Goole & Halifax had 219 and Humber Bridge & Myrtle had 205. The average weekly attendance over the last 12 months has increased by 28.1% (8814 to 11289). The mean attendance per parkrun per week over the history of parkrun for the region is 207.1; the median is 167.
  11. ‎Andrew Burgess-Tupling‎ to parkrun statsgeek group In the week that sci-fi fans mourned the death of Peter Mayhew (who portrayed Chewbacca in the Star Wars films), it seemed appropriate that parkrun took place on May the fourth. There were 53/53 parkruns in the Yorkshire and The Humber region. Of 53 runs completed both last week and this, 46 had higher attendances, six were lower and one (Northallerton (107)) was the same. The largest fall in attendance was at Scunthorpe with a drop of 34. Total attendance was 14760 (third highest ever), an increase of 3339 (29.2%) from the previous week. Sheffield Hallam broke its own record for the highest ever attendance in the region (884, previously 868). Bramley & Goole both had attendances of 193 and Cliffe Castle & Sewerby had 191. Niche stat of the week is that there have now been exactly 500 parkruns in the region with attendances between 61-70. The average weekly attendance over the last 12 months has increased by 28.3% (8757 to 11239). The mean attendance per parkrun per week over the history of parkrun for the region is 206.6; the median is 167.
  12. Tories - Reactioinary. Labour - Pro active. That's just the way it is. Two distinct personality types. Much policy stems from these two instinctive gut reactions. You can usually boil down arguements to this basic stimulus . Easy to apply this theory to Brexit. I like to be a problem solver. A glass half full. Looking forward. How about you?
  13. National Numbers:- http://www.elliottline.com/parkrun/2019/4/28/elliott-line-stats-28th-april-2019?fbclid=IwAR3cTF4IlTRZlZiywoXYBezV7TQ5mQXkcWVxwxnYmwoJr0W__6v3v3mm4B4 It looks like Penistone is settling down. Only 4 new Age Category Records this week. Mind you storm HANNAH might have something to do with that. I'm waiting for Run 7 or 13 to fill in a gap in my Wilson Index.
  14. Andrew Burgess-Tupling‎ to parkrun statsgeek group There was less clement weather across the country than last week, leading to an inevitable reduction in attendance over the Y&H region. There were 53/53 parkruns in the Yorkshire and The Humber region. Of 53 runs completed both last week and this, three (Cross Flatts, Goole and Sheffield Castle) had higher attendances and 50 were lower. The increases were of 11, one and three respectively. Total attendance was 11421, a decrease of 4185 (26.8%) from the previous week. (Two years ago this would have been a record attendance, today it was the lowest for six weeks.) Brighouse & Penistone both had attendances of 238, Humber Bridge & Nostell had 171, Barnsley & Bramley had 138 and Cross Flatts & Rotherham had 110. The average weekly attendance over the last 12 months has increased by 28.0% (8738 to 11181). The mean attendance per parkrun per week over the history of parkrun for the region is 206.2; the median is 166. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 27th & 28th April 2019. 82 - Concord 200 - Graves, 132 - Graves-Juniors 370 - Hillsborough 78 - Castle 549 - Hallam Total - 1,411 258 - Rother Valley 110- Clifton Park Total - 368 Overall total = 1,779
  15. Rotherham stepped out in the sun this week and the rest of us weren't far behind. Penistone kept up there impressive start with 336 runners and 16 new age-group records. Sheffield & Rotherham parkrun attendances for 20th & 21st April 2019. 105 - Concord 301 - Graves, 101 - Graves-Juniors 469 - Hillsborough, 6th Highest Attendance 75 - Castle 665 - Hallam Total - 1,716 440 - Rother Valley, New Record Attendance (+14) 146 - Clifton Park, 4th Highest Attendance Total - 586 Overall total = 2,302 A big day in the region too:- ‎Andrew Burgess-Tupling‎ to parkrun statsgeek group The Saturday of Easter weekend saw glorious weather, almost perfect running conditions and a host of records. There were 53/53 parkruns in the Yorkshire and The Humber region (for the first time). Of 52 runs completed both last week and this, 32 had higher attendances, 19 were lower and one (Normanby Hall (284)) was the same. Total attendance was 15606 - the second highest ever - an increase of 1995 (14.7%) from the previous week. There were six new record attendances: Bradford (619), Dalby Forest (399), Fountains Abbey (636), Rother Valley (440), Sewerby (460) and Skipton (277). Rother Valley’s record has been broken twice on consecutive Saturdays. New attendance records have been set at 34 venues this calendar year! Catterick & Peter Pan both had attendances of 263, Bramley & Myrtle had 179 and Middleton Woods & Selby had 174. Sheffield Hallam (665) and Hull (643) had attendance figures that have never occurred before in the region. There have been exactly 12000 parkruns with attendances of 537 or fewer (and 461 with 539 or higher - none of 538). The average weekly attendance over the last 12 months has increased by 28.2% (8720 to 11183). The mean attendance per parkrun per week over the history of parkrun for the region is 206.2; the median is 166.
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