From humble seeds come great oaks

On Thursday evening 4th August a few of us met up down by Rockfish on Exmouth seafront to  mark the start of the Exmouth Running Club and it was a warm one.On Thursday evening 4th August a few of us met up down by Rockfish on Exmouth seafront to  mark the start of the Exmouth Running Club and it was a warm one.

Our leader Kev Palmer undertook a meet and retreat session geared toward all abilities out toward Mud Bank lane and back roughly around 5K in total before retiring to celebrate the start of something special at the Beach Pub with family and friends - thank you Maisie for reserving a table to hold us all and Lisa's friend for flying in from Canada for the occasion (probably not just for this but you were very welcome anyway).

It was a touching occasion to feel the energy of the group and the enthusiasm of our friends and family. Something we hope we will share with you all in the years to come.

Post run is always a great time for a chat about how everyone is doing and also to get valuable feedback on how we are doing as a club - we are here for you so we value feedback to help us improve on what we offer.

Our club is nothing without its members so thank you all who joined us to "try us out" last night and the valuable feedback we received from you.

Today - Friday 5th August marks the opening of our social media page on Facebook - a chance to reach the community of Exmouth with our humble club and encourage positive change across the board.

We really do look forward to meeting you all in time!

Thank YOU to all who joined us to run and to help us celebrate this occasion!

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