Well today was the first day of British Summer time and I, for one, am enjoying the fact that I am looking at my window and it’s still light. And I think I’ve made excellent use of it: in the last hour I have continued to feed my recent addiction to Spooks on BBC iPlayer, made some very questionable flapjacks and and ferreted about in my shed (without needing a torch).
The observant amongst you will have spotted yesterday’s post: Chiltern Challenges.
And just look at the beautiful Strava art which people have already been doing (OK, some amateur attempt at creative licence may have been introduced by the editor):
And you can get involved. In fact, you are actively encouraged to do so!
Strava art competition
We want to see your best Strava art – this also works on Garmin Connect if you’re not on Strava. Bonus points will be given for designs with a Spring theme.
Easter themed run
As Easter approaches, we’re challenging you to create an Easter theme to your run. This could be in the form of fancy dress, an egg hunt or some Strava art- get creative! Closing date is 11 April.
Rules/how to enter
Firstly, it goes without saying you must be following all government guidelines – if guidance changes, we’ll update the challenges accordingly.
On Strava use the hashtag #HarriersChallenge to enter your run and join the Chiltern Harriers ‘club’ to make sure we can see it.
You can also share your pics on Instagram (@chilternharriers) and Twitter (@ChilternHarrier) or post them on the Facebook group or in the Slack chat channel.
Send stories and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.