Oh yes and I'm really looking forward to it. It's a 10k along a disused railway track. That's on 18 September and then the club championships in October. With my next race it's meant to be a 5k but I selected the wrong option so may decide to take things easy for the first 5k and then go flat out for the last bit. It depends on how my training goes.
The course was tough and I ended up walking near to the top of the bigger climbs. There were a couple of steep downhill sections which I also had to walk down. The organisation wasn't great as Chris said that the under 15s race finished in the opposite direction to the 10k and the separation zone was 10 meters. They also ran out of medals. I was lucky enough to get the last medal but this was only thanks to some people not collecting their medal. It also chucked it down and I was so glad I'd got a change of clothes. Unfortunately there were no changing facilities however I did take a changing robe with me so changed under that. On the plus side they were selling race t-shirts at a reduced price and Chris got me one. The slogan on the back is very apt "I survived the Englefield Run" as there were lots of people complaining about the course at the end.
Min miles 12:15, 10:55, 10:57, 11:01, 12:49, 12:39 and for the last bit which ended up as .32 9:56. (1:13:46 in total)
Given how tough the course was I'm reasonably please with this.