location: Sewerby Hall, Bridlington, East Yorkshire. Georgian house built 1720, additions 19th century, now open as 1910 restoration.
course: 2k out and back along clifftop, final 1k through Sewerby Hall gardens and woods.
terrain: fast, slight gradients; winning time 16.39. I ran 26.5 on grass next to tarmac paths, woodchip in woods.
atmosphere: welcoming, being a seaside resort they’re used to visitors, marshalls gave lots of encouragement, all inclusive, the usual running buggies, juniors, walkers. They even have a visitors/comments book.
victuals: Clock Tower tea rooms; parkrun favourites – bacon/ sausage baps/ latte.
parkrunner: Jan Young