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End of an era for Umberto as Vegan restaurant gets set to open in St Benedict’s Street

For nearly 25 years he has been a feature of Norwich’s restaurant scene. But now Umberto Iannello is calling it a day with plans to put his feet up and to travel – including a trip to see his daughter… Continue Reading →

Can you run in Norwich at lunchtime if you’re a coffee shop entrepreneur?

Do you run during your work lunch hour?   I’ve read enough to know that you should vary the times that you run, not least because it’s no good only running in the evenings when you are training for a… Continue Reading →

From parkrun to marathon -meet the man who used his thinking skills to get up and running

By Shaun Lowthorpe Main picture of Stuart Sayer courtesy of keithwhitmore.co.uk When Stuart Sayer finished running the Marriot’s Way half marathon on February 19 his first thought was how come his running buddies Clive and Angela had finished so strongly ahead… Continue Reading →

You’re..Once..Twice..Three times Saucony

One of my missions this year was to get myself some new running shoes.   In fact, it was one of the three goals I had set myself for 2017 – and like a newly inaugurated president I have pretty… Continue Reading →

Have I been walking myself fit?

After recently putting together some objectives for the year, I had barely got started with my running routine, when I noticed something strange had been going on…   I seem to be losing weight.   Yet with only a week… Continue Reading →

Have you set your running goals for the year?

Happy New Year! I managed my first parkrun of the year at Catton Park last week. It was a good run and busier than normal as lots of runners from Norwich Road Runners took part in a special run in… Continue Reading →

It’s 20 parkruns and counting for Milton as he notches up 100km in eight months

Thinking of taking up running in the New Year? Milton Lindsay did just that in 2016 and has seen the weight drop off and has completed 20 park runs at Eaton Park. Here he looks back at those first steps… Continue Reading →

Simon Wright interview part 2 – my favourite run routes and why I love running in Norfolk

Former Norwich South MP Simon Wright recently revealed to Runnorfolk how running had helped him overcome the trauma of losing his seat in the 2015 General Election. In the second part of our exclusive interview with him, Simon talks about… Continue Reading →

How running helped me recover from losing my seat at the General Election

By Shaun Lowthorpe Title picture by Raymond Taylor (www.GentlemanPhotographer.co.uk) Simon Wright pulled off a stunning victory in the General Election of 2010 to seize the Norwich South seat for the Liberal Democrats from Charles Clarke by 310 votes. But five… Continue Reading →

No cross training for me – but I can tell you where thieves are stealing bikes from

If you like to mix your running training with some cycling be warned – thieves are waiting to get their hands on your bike. In fact, they probably are whether you run or not. But now, if you are lucky,… Continue Reading →

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