Chiltern Harriers have gone to town on the creativity front this week! We wanted to know what our members were doing in lockdown, and to show us them doing it in their kit. Well, they didn't disappoint. Enjoy this selection of videos and 'still life' submitted on social media. Sound needed.
UPDATE: The Results Are In!
1st Place: Neil Bates is working 9-to-5
2nd Place: Ben Hetherington's Barefoot Boy
3rd Place: t's Raining Men in Alex's life
Meanwhile junior athlete Savarnah Pandya has run a marathon this week. Savarnah ran just over 6k everyday for 7 days around the local fields and roads where she lives. She has raised more than £900 (!) for local charity, Florence Nightingale Hospice, which is suffering from the lack of fundraising events in the current circumstances. Well done, Savarnah! If you want to sponsor Savarnah, please visit JustGiving.
Next weekend's #HarriersChallenge will be in honour of #VEDay75, so get thinking. Full details at the end of this post.
A perfect week in lockdown for Amber
We thought we'd give you a bit of time to prepare / complete your entry for next weekend's #HarriersChallenge.
The theme is #VEDay75. You can do whatever you like: a poem, strava art, a video ... get creative! Send your entries to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can post them to social media (in the Club’s Facebook group, on the chat channel in Slack, Instagram or to Twitter) with the hashtag #HarriersChallenge. If using Instagram or twitter, please do also tag the Club's account (@ChilternHarriers / @ChilternHarrier). Deadline is 1159PM on Saturday 9 May.
When you share your entry, we'd also like you to post this fundraising link for The Royal British Legion (bit.ly/CHACVEDay75) to help Chiltern Harriers give back to those heroes who fight for their country. We'd encourage you to do this via your own social media channels, or by sending to friends and family. Thank you.