25 May 2022
Parris Memorial Series - 2022
Due to the
Covid-19 Pandemic restrictions the Paris Memorial Series
for 2020 & 2021
did not take place.
We resume normal service this year.
Held on Wednesday evenings (19:15) this is a summer series
based on a loop of just under 5k. It is open to anyone and is run as a yacht
handicap - slowest goes off first and the fastest last. The theory being
that you all finish as a bunch. This year the handicapper is Dick Griffin to whom all complaints
should be addressed!
Named after Roy Parris who sadly died after an heroic
fight against cancer. Roy was a regular Wednesday Nighter right up until
the last - he enjoyed his running as well as the social side of the club.
This event is an apt tribute to Roy.
Heath Griffin was the 2019 overall winner, Bernie Bater.2nd & Damian
Presentation on Wednesday, 11 September 2019, after final event of the
Full results of The
Wednesday Night Monthly Handicap Series
(now called the Parris Memorial Series)
Parris Handicap Course Measurements
The course has been measured using a measuring wheel. It assumes
that runners keep to the left hand pavement at all times. Apart from road
junctions, there should be no need to cross roads. This is especially true in
Hawes Lane where it has been common practice to traverse the road twice to
take advantage of the shortest line. In the interests of the safety of all
runners, this practice must stop. This was implemented from the
start of the 2011 series. It is an un-marshalled event and entrants are
responsible for their own safety and the safety of other road/pavement users.
Neither Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC nor the race organisers can be held
responsible for incidents that may occur.
Cable cabinet and bollards before Pickhurst Rise
Small tree outside 270 The Avenue
37 Hawes Lane
Coney Hall FC main gates
Langley Way junction
164 The Avenue (lamp post)
Hawes Lane Pay and Display Car Park
Just beyond brow of last hill - opposite 222 Hawes
Lane on right hand side