With wintry weather in many parts of the UK, and many parkruns having to cancel, naturally attendance is a little down from last week. But with fewer events taking place, several saw new attendance records.
Biggest parkruns: Bushy Park (1243), Southampton (916), Poole (866), Cardiff (856), Worcester (632), Tooting Common (598), Black Park (574), Basingstoke (568), Woodhouse Moor (557), Edinburgh (557).
Median parkrun: Portsmouth Lakeside (212).
Smallest parkruns: Beckton (40), Bevendean Down (37), South Oxhey (36), Pymmes (36), Gainsborough (36), Drumchapel (35), Larne (31), Ellon (30), Dolgellau (30), Limavady (23).
New records / new parkruns: Cardiff (856), Basingstoke (568), Woodhouse Moor (557), Salisbury (544), Newbury (497), Guildford (487), Pontefract (481), Bournemouth (479), Wycombe Rye (455), Brighouse (447), Lincoln (426), Roundhay (423), Cassiobury (386), Andover (358), Beeston (352), Winchester (336), Southwark (314), Hillsborough (298), Burnage (227), Roding Valley (218), Portsmouth Lakeside (212), Millom (59).
There were 363 parkruns, 78 cancellations, and the total UK senior parkrun population was 87712.
Of the parkruns that took place both last week and this week:
113 parkruns had higher attendance than last week,
240 parkruns had lower attendance than last week,
Lullingstone, Ellesmere Port, Cranleigh, Forest of Dean, Barnstaple, Aylesbury, Eastleigh and Basingstoke, had precisely the same as last week,
The biggest increase in attendance (in terms of absolute numbers) was Brighouse, with a change of 225,
The biggest increase in attendance (in terms of percentages) was Brighouse, with a change of 101%,
The biggest drop in attendance (in terms of absolute numbers) was Catton, with a change of -228,
The biggest drop in attendance (in terms of percentages) was Ellon, with a change of -69%.