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Folkestone Rotary Half Marathon

For 2015, the Club is pleased to be working in aid of the Kent Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre for its main fund-raising event, the annual Half Marathon, organised by Rotarian Ray Johnson. Click on the link on the left to see the latest news, including details of previous races, which have supported Folkestone & District Mind, KAB, Demelza House, Macmillan Cancer Support,Step Short and the Gurkha Memorial Fund in recent years.

Folkestone Rotary Half Marathon

Image of Half Marathon 2012Each September, Rotarian Ray Johnson organises the Folkestone Rotary Half Marathon and next year's race will be held on Sunday September 27th 2015, when there will again also be a children's race at 10.30am. Ray produced a new brochure for the 2014 event - click here to see it (note that is a fairly large document so may take time to open!) and Colin Baggott of Colin Jon Photography has posted a video on YouTube - click here to see it in a new window or tab.

The 2015 entry form is available by clicking on this link: 2015 Entry Form

The 2014 event supported both Step Short and the Gurkha Memorial Fund, while the 2015 event will support the Kent Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre - click on any of the logos to go to the appropriate website. Participants are also encouraged to run for their chosen charities if they prefer.

We’ve teamed up with Grant Burton Photography, so why not check out their website and grab a picture – any purchased assist charity and it’s a great souvenir! Just click here to go to their site.


Results, images and reports on all the races so far are also available below in PDF format. If you don't have a PDF reader, use the link below to download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free.

Link to Adobe Acrobat Reader download

Course Records and Results History (PDF)

2014Results
(Updated)
Picture GalleryReportBrochure
2013ResultsPicture GalleryReportBrochure
2012ResultsPicture GalleryReportBrochure
2011ResultsPicture GalleryReport 
2010ResultsPicture GalleryReport 
2009ResultsPicture GalleryReport 
2008ResultsPicture Gallery  
2007ResultsPicture Gallery  
2006ResultsPicture Gallery  

Maps of the route (which varies only slightly each year) are available (as PDF files) by clicking here:

Half Marathon Start/FinishStart/Finish (Folkestone)      Half Marathon Sandgate SectionSandgate Section
    Half Marathon Seabrook SectionSeabrook Section   Half Marathon Hythe SectionHythe Section

Contact details:
Race Director Ray Johnson
Home: 01303 221 188
Mobile:
07968 290 352
ray@independentinsuranceservices.co.uk

News


Next Club Meetings
The Club Meetings for October will take place on Monday October 13th and Monday October 27th at 12.15 for 12.45. For the October 13th meeting, Visitors' Host will be Past President John Greig and Cash Collectors will be sara-jane Hulme and Michael Ivor-Jones. On October 27th, Visitors' Host will be Ray Johnson, with Cash Collectors Brenda Barber and Past President Roger Joyce.

Next Club Council Meeting
The next Club Council Meeting will be on Monday November 3rd 2014 at the Burlington at 6pm.

Subs due!
A reminder from Treasurer Don Falvey that the new Rotary year’s subscriptions are now due. Details are in the e-mail that Don sent out at the end of June.

Newsletter, July 2014
Click here to see the July 2014 Edition of the Club Newsletter, courtesy of Immediate Past President Terry Cooke-Davies.

Calling all members!
If you have any images or articles which would be good to include on the website please pass them on to me, either via e-mail by clicking here or at the next Club Meeting. Similarly, if you have any suggestions as to how the site could develop, please let me know.
(Bill Wright)