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High Green near Nowton Suffolk

In High Green, Nowton Park on May 23, 2009 at 6:45 pm

Wow tired this morning. Got out early at 7.30am

I felt stiff and slow as I ran on a circular course through the Bury St Edmunds town centre , near Nowton Park and up to High Green but the weather was simply great so relax!

I ran 7 miles in 1 hr 3 mins and 50 seconds very slow for me.

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Horsecroft,Nowton, High Green and Bury St Edmunds Circular Run

In Bury St Edmunds, High Green, Horsecroft, Nowton on November 3, 2007 at 7:08 pm

8.30am 7.5 miles in 1 hr 6 mins 25 seconds
Week to date mileage 27 miles
Month to date mileage 12

Average weekly rate 29.9 miles
Average monthly rate 130
Year to date 1309
Lifetime 10902

A nice bright day as I headed out for a run over a regular route which takes me up the Horsecroft road through Hardwick and Horsecroft.

Instead of cutting back over the Clare to Bury footpath I kept to the road and ran through the little hamlet of High Green.

There are only a dozen or so houses here including some almshouses on a aptly named rise. I headed down the hill and back into Bury via Nowton.

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Horsecroft & Nowton Suffolk

In High Green, Horsecroft, Nowton, suffolk on October 30, 2005 at 11:29 am


8.00am 9.5 miles in 1 hour 20 minutes.

Year to date mileage 1090

Month to date 139 miles

Average miles per month 109

Average weekly rate 25.2

Weather: Sunny mild and dry

Course: I didn’t follow a particularly path but decided to head up towards the West Suffolk Hospital and then followed then followed the Hencote Path out to Hawstead Lodge. I then returned along Park Lane to some almshouses at High Green. I then followed the road all the way back to Nowton Court Farm. This is no more than a single track and I saw no cars. I then passed through the woods to Breckley House and then over the Haberden Rugby Ground and back to the Town Centre.