Cardiff becomes the fourth UK parkrun to join the four-digit-club (after Bushy, Cannon Hill and Southampton).
Biggest parkruns: Bushy Park (1249), Cardiff (1192), Southampton (1031), Poole (733), Cannon Hill (701), Newcastle (651), Sheffield Hallam (642), Tooting Common (641), Coventry (628), Black Park (619).
Median parkrun: Crane Park (210).
Smallest parkruns: Ganavan Sands (38), Maesteg (37), Merthyr (31), Cheadle Hulme (30), Drumchapel (29), Windy Nook (27), Bevendean Down (23), Rostrevor (20), Lower Drummans (17), Millom (16), Black Combe (15).
New records / new parkruns: Cardiff (1192), Southsea (473), Crewe (395), Antrim (324), Didcot (244), Great Denham (240), Brockenhurst (236), Elgin (217), Cirencester (211), Bedworth (150).
There were 492 parkruns, 12 cancellations, and the total UK 5K parkrun population was 119917.
Of the parkruns that took place both last week and this week:
330 parkruns had higher attendance than last week,
130 parkruns had lower attendance than last week,
Rostrevor, Lullingstone, Plean, Rutland Water, Norwich, had precisely the same as last week,
The biggest increase in attendance (in terms of absolute numbers) was Cardiff, with a change of 562,
The biggest increase in attendance (in terms of percentages) was Haverfordwest, with a change of 164%,
The biggest drop in attendance (in terms of absolute numbers) was Pontefract, with a change of -131,
The biggest drop in attendance (in terms of percentages) was Peacehaven, with a change of -35%.