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A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Westmill parkrun, Castle Park parkrun, Panshanger parkrun and Harlow parkrun are some of the parkruns in this area.

Best places for workouts in East Hertfordshire

If you need an open track in East Hertfordshire; Stuart Storey Track and Gosling Sports Park are marked as open to the public.

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Those looking for a course with hard surface can go to the course of Westmill parkrun or the course of Barclay parkrun.

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Group runs in East Hertfordshire

Westmill parkrun | Castle Park parkrun | Panshanger parkrun

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Running tracks in East Hertfordshire

Stuart Storey Track

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