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admin on March 3rd, 2021

After a 10 mile run on Monday and a 59 mile bike ride yesterday it is a day indoors catching up on vaccine rotas and general jobs I keep putting off. Sue has just been for her run with her friend and got back just before the rain arrived. She has spent some more time […]

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admin on March 1st, 2021

I decide to run 10 miles today and all went well clocking up 10.32 miles. chilly wind but i soon warmed up. Similarly long route as previously taking in steep hills so finished up with 810ft elevation. No mishaps but tittered towards the end. Notified today that the Chilham Castle Duathlon I am entered in […]

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admin on February 28th, 2021

We arrived for our 8.00am shift yesterday to find that Dr PeterH had designed a new way for patients to rest once they had had their jab. Being Pfizer vaccine 15mins rest before leaving is compulsory. To save people sitting in a crowded room a snail shaped route was marked out in the waiting room. […]

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admin on February 26th, 2021

Our third day this week starting at 1.00pm at Blackthorn. Strange time of day to work but it was warm and sunny. Once again just 30 per hour today as there is the need also for 15 mins rest after the Pfizer jabs. They want of course, to keep the waiting room as clear as […]

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admin on February 25th, 2021

I found some time this morning to do a couple of jobs at home. First priority was my bike. After I cleaned it after my long ride on Wed I noticed a couple of gears weren’t setting properly so I decided to try and adjust the mech ( that’s a technical term) without knowing what […]

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admin on February 24th, 2021

Yesterday I did my ride with MikeD. We went to Hawkhurst, bought a coffee and pan de chocolate in Tescos and sat outside in the glorious sunshine. All went well and even Mike had a smile. On the way back to Brenchley we went through Bedgebury forest via the Park Road. I remembered it was […]

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admin on February 22nd, 2021

The PM announced his very cautious road map to recovery today. It will be in stages and at each stage lifting of precautions will depend on the data at the time. International travel will not be permitted until at least after June 21st. Unfortunately, Spain are indicating no travel to Spain until they have herd […]

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admin on February 21st, 2021

Did a 9 mile run this morning, the longest run for years. Weather was lovely. I ran up to Coxheath, down Westerhill, and up the tortuous Vanity Hill. Then off to Boughton and finished with OLd Loose Hill. A total of 738ft climbing. That also put in me in first place on our running club […]

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admin on February 20th, 2021

A glimpse of Spring has arrived. Some sunshine and a rise in temperatures today has seen people, including me, in their gardens. The sound of lawnmowers has also been heard locally from some neighbours gardens! I took the opportunity to tidy up a bit outside and was great to have a chat, socially distanced of […]

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admin on February 19th, 2021

Yesterday was a rather sedate day doing rotas and working on the computer. However, I did get out to do my 2nd run of the week as a practice for my April challenge as part of our Rotary Club’s, Great Home Run. This is to get as many people active in our local community during […]

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