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you expect to return. Carry some identification and 10p for a phone call.DO watch out for cars, and dont expect drivers to watch out for you. Always run facing traffic so that you can see cars approaching. When crossing a junction, make sure you
at least one evening run a week that you can join in with. Safety measuresNo matter how careful you are when you run at night, be prepared for unforeseen events. Always tell someone where you’re planning to run and roughly when you’ll return, and consider
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Distance: 1.9K/ 90K/ 21KWhen: June 26Where: Ullswater, Lake DistrictFirst man: Martin Cain 4:33:25First woman: Wendy McBride 5:40:50Last finisher: 10:11:46No of finishers: 327A day in the lakes: sounds like a summer picnic in perfect surroundings
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