Coming Up

Club run
Sportsman
Tomorrow
6:30pm
DPFR race
Summer Series (1)
Mon 3rd Apr
6:30pm
Other runs
Chicken Run
Sat 1st Apr
11:30am
New Dungeon Ghyll
Sat 1st Apr
11:00am
Lads Leap
Sun 2nd Apr
11:00am

From the Photos page

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Edale Skyline - thanks all for coming. Results now online.

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pic of Dark Peak T-shirt
Dark Peak Fell Runners is an athletics club for (mostly) hill & mountain running. The club is based in Sheffield and although the majority of the 300+ membership is local, the famous brown vest has migrated as far New Zealand. The club caters for a wide range of running interests and abilities, from short local races to ultra distance events, with some individuals achieving success in the English and British championships. The club thrives on minimal organisation and if you have a slightly anarchic sense of humour and an appetite to compete in unusual events, you will feel at home with people of a similar disposition. 
Fell running has a culture for individuals to take personal responsibility for safety when out on the hills, as terrain and weather conditions can be severe. Therefore it is expected that you assess your own physical ability, mountain craft skills, clothing and equipment before going for a run. 

Trev's funeral service will be held at 10am on Friday 31st March at Swanwick crematorium near Alfreton (just off the A38 at the Matlock turning), followed by a short burial ceremony at Middleton by Wirksworth cemetery (11.30am), and thence on to Matlock Golf Club for 12.15pm.

Fliss writes: "Trev definitely …

Please note there won't be a coaching session next Tuesday (28th March) Dave is away.
Coaching resumes Tuesday 4th April.

To celebrate the commencement of @dpcalendar's second half century, the calendar can now confirm that a bit of a race around the Kinder Dozen will start from the Nag's Head, Edale from about 8am on Saturday 6th May (staggered starts to be confirmed anon according to estimated times to finish). …

The Warts Blog, courtesy of Chris Barber, makes a welcome return; and spares no time in blaming the Safety Officer for something.

A must-read for anyone who's ever wondered what "the older they are, the better they were" syndrome is ...

Read it here

Helen writes to note that whilst the road group is 'fairly quick this year', there is also a regular 'steady option' being led by Lynn from the Sportsman which non-whipppets may very well enjoy. Normally 5-7 miles, mainly off-road, head torch, map and compass and full kit essential. Start time …