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Old 21-05-2019, 01:26 PM
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Please don't go to new parkrun events, give them a couple of months to settle in to routines first. I'm involved with one starting up later this year and having a huge influx can potentially cause the whole event to be cancelled.

Can't remember which one it was but there's a parkrun which had a single event. Loads of people turned up on the first event but it was too many and they cancelled it. In all likelihood they could have kept running it and they'd have had a fraction of the runners but the people involved were overwhelmed and lost interest in running it.

We've been told by parkrun HQ not to advertise our run until we're up and running for 6 months and are happy to promote the run to get more runners.
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