Members of Caistor Running Club took off their trainers and let their hair down for their Annual General Meeting held in the Salutation Inn at Nettleton.
More than 60 club members and their families went along to enjoy a soul/ska night
The evening was an opportunity for the club to not only reflect on the last 12 months, but to also look forward to continued success in the year ahead.
And the highlight of the evening was the presentation of the “Spirit of the Club” statuette.
This is awarded to the person who most represents the club’s motto - Run for Fun.
And this year, it was Katy Hewis who won the award for her role in driving, not only herself, but others to achieve.
A second award made on the night in recognition of the best hospitality extended to club runners following a Saturday morning excursion.
In a closely contested category, Charles Ranby-Gorwood and his family were recognised for their post-race refreshments.
Caistor Running Club meets three times a week at the town’s Sports and Social Club in Brigg Road and actively encourages runners of all abilities.
The Tuesday and Thursday evening sessions cater for all ability levels, while the Saturday morning runs tends towards the slightly more experienced runner.
And in the spring it will be holding its annual “Get Started Running” course, while the popular “Sting in the Tail” 10K will be run in July.
Alongside this, the Deca Personal Challenge will be held, which last year saw seven entrants attempt 10 circuits of the 10K route.
Further details of upcoming training events and races can be found at www.caistorrunningclub.com .