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DPFR race
Tha Sprunce (Route 1 Race 2)
Thu 4th Jun
Other runs
Ashop Horseshoe
Sun 7th Jun
Tha Sprunce (Route 1 Race 3)
Thu 11th Jun
Burbage Skyline TT
Sun 14th Jun


Dark Peak Fell Runners
7h • 2/06/2020 • 11:49

Dark Peak Fell Runners
1d • 1/06/2020 • 7:59

Moorland Monitors
1d • 31/05/2020 • 20:14

luke cook
2d • 30/05/2020 • 20:00

Charlie Massey
3d • 30/05/2020 • 18:44

Stuart Walker
3d • 30/05/2020 • 13:02

Si Brown
5d • 28/05/2020 • 15:45

Paul Besley
5d • 28/05/2020 • 15:41

Dark Peak Fell Runners
6d • 27/05/2020 • 18:10

Helen Elmore
6d • 27/05/2020 • 16:10

Rosie Watson
7d • 26/05/2020 • 16:57

Dark Peak Fell Runners
7d • 26/05/2020 • 16:19

Dark Peak Fell Runners
7d • 26/05/2020 • 12:04

Dark Peak Fell Runners
7d • 26/05/2020 • 12:02

Dark Peak Fell Runners
8d • 24/05/2020 • 23:05

Dark Peak Fell Runners
8d • 24/05/2020 • 20:30

St Piran Badger Protection
9d • 23/05/2020 • 21:49

Dark Peak Fell Runners
11d • 21/05/2020 • 23:04

From the Photos page


​Car Park Closure 2019 Tour of Pendle Fell Race

16 Nov 2019.

The race will take place on that day and start at 10:30 as on previous years. However, due to the closure of the car park in Barley for surface improvements and further work on drainage being identified this week, I am reducing the number of entries for the race. Closure of the car park reduces the parking availability by 50/60%. I now have 282 entries before todays post and am imposing a "target" limit of 300 on this years race. I will accept entries that are already in the post and delivered thru my door on Tuesday 05Nov2019. Also hand delivered entries up to that date. I will accept substitutions and there will be no charge. I am posting here because I am hoping you have access electronically to your fellow club members and will let them know about this change. Please also ask them to car share as well, if possible get 4 to a car or at least 3. The main parking is on the road between Barley and Roughlee or on the road from the A59 / Downham approx 0.5mile from Registration. No parking in the village or local fields which are saturated and boggy. The race has a good relationship with the Parish Council, the Village Hall, local farmers and the residents and I do not want to damage that relationship. I will be doing tee shirts again and this year, thanks to Andy at CP10, each runner will receive a bottle of Moorhouse's beer.

Kieran F. Carr

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