Those who were not quite ready to take part in the K2B/C2B over the weekend, joined in three out of the four weekly parkruns.

Millom decided not to host the parkrun, as it was too close to the K2B/C2B route, however for Barrow, 136 people ran, jogged and walked the course; of whom, six were first timers and 21 recorded new Personal Bests in the sunshine.

The parkrun was helped by 18 volunteers and competitors represented 13 clubs.

Sarah Dodd took part in her 50th parkrun, while Heather Travis clocked up her 100th and came home as first lady too in just 21.59, followed by Liz McNally in 22.47 and Karen Ann Maggio-Poyntz in 23.26.

First across the finishing line for the men was Andrew Dorrian, completing the parkrun in a speedy17.10, closely followed by Luca Messenger Jones in18.18 and Stuart Garnett in18.20.

The current female record, is held by Lizzie Browne who recorded a time of 16:24 on January 21, 2012, while the male record is held by Phil Waite who recorded a time of 15:12 on October 3, 2015.

At Ulverston Ford prkrun, 20 volunteers kindly gave their time to help, while 75 people took part, including 20first timers and an impressive 19 PBs.

James Bailey finished first for the men in 19:26, before Micky Wheeler in 20:58 and Alexander Teckkam in 21:03.

First for the women was Liz White in 23:44, followed by Amelia Thompson in 25:04 and Clare Clarke in 25:27.

A special mention to Oliver Oldham who finished fifth and holds third position on the junior 10 results board and now he’s gone up an age grade, he’s already holding fifth position despite being one of the youngest in his category.

Newby Bridge’s Fell Foot parkrun was kindly helped by 24 volunteers and saw 265 participants, including a whopping 65 first timers, and 37 new PBs.

Andy Phelps completed his 200th parkrun, completing the run in 19:53.

Colin Reiley finished first for the men in just 16:45, closely followed by Jack Wright in 17:31 and Douglas Bruce in 18:31.

Katherine Baines crossed the finish line first for the women in 19:47, followed by Katherine Baines in 22:00 and Mia Heath in 23:02.