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3 Peaks Corndon Classic

A great total of 66 runners made the re-birth of this smashing 6 miler totally worthwhile .
Despite a drizzly start to the race the hard pull over the top of Corndon Hill from the start
at the Miners Arms soon warmed every one up. The day and the
views then simply got better and better.

Roaches Results

The results from the 2008 Roaches Race the penultimate race  of the Mercia 2008 Championships are now available to view on the website, the latest standings in the series one of the most successful in recent years will be available to view very soon, the last race in the championships will be in just over two week at the Cardington Cracker on 7th Dec, the formate for the 2009 championships will be discussed at the AGM following The Time Trial on30th Nov

It's not too late to join the Mercia Burn

Saturday 8th November - A great Mercia Day out - If you can't decide what to tomorrow join us :- 
A morning run or bike ride on the Mynd - all welcome meet Carding Mill Valley Pavilion - 10 am
After the bike or run (or even just turn up at this point) enjoy your own lunch and we are then working for the National Trust for a couple of hours giving a bit back doing whatever they want us to do, it's not hard and is good fun, bring stout gloves and boots!

Wrekin Wrecker Results

We've been busy on the Mercia Website this week updating the site with all past result since 2002, we have also put summaries of the best runs over the course, so if you want to see if you're in the top 100 times just log on and take a look, we have also put the top 50 Ladies tim­es, and all the best vet times too :-
It is our intention to update the site over the winter months with all results from Shropshire Series Races, we also hope to do a small revamp of the site to make access to ­all the results and statistics easier.

School Fund Raising Day in Memory of Gill Harris

­­­The Teachers and Pupils of Bristnall Hall School in Oldbury, West Midlands are to holding a money raising day on Friday 14th November in Memory of Gill Harris, who taught at the school for over 25 years with all money raised going to Ovarian Cancer Action.