Biggest parkruns: Bushy Park (1341), Southampton (979), Bromley (866), Cannon Hill (804), Poole (760), Cardiff (759), Sheffield Hallam (719), Newcastle (717), Rushmoor (715), Chelmsford Central (710).
Median parkrun: Penrith (222).
Smallest parkruns: Merthyr (44), Ganavan Sands (43), Cheadle Hulme (42), Windy Nook (41), Bevendean Down (36), Wayland (31), Rostrevor (31), Millom (31), Drumchapel (29), Black Combe (22).
New records / new parkruns: Bromley (866), Rushmoor (715), Leamington (658), Princes (463), Croxteth Hall (433), Rother Valley (370), Lochore Meadows (344), Sixfields Upton (285), Skipton (241), Sittingbourne (231), Catford (224), Prospect (199), Boston (197), Middleton Woods (196), Crosby (196), Heartwood Forest (168), Rogiet (138), Clitheroe Castle (64).
There were 517 parkruns, 15 cancellations, and the total UK 5K parkrun population was 130699 parkrunners and 10976 volunteers, plus pending results from Fritton Lake and Lower Drummans.
Of the parkruns that took place both last week and this week:
251 parkruns had higher attendance than last week,
243 parkruns had lower attendance than last week,
Witton, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Roding Valley, Elgin, Haigh Woodland, Beckenham Place, Harrow, Preston Park, Great Lines, had precisely the same as last week,
The biggest increase in attendance (in terms of absolute numbers) was Rushmoor, with a change of 176,
The biggest increase in attendance (in terms of percentages) was Middleton Woods, with a change of 151%,
The biggest drop in attendance (in terms of absolute numbers) was Heaton Park, with a change of -246,
The biggest drop in attendance (in terms of percentages) was Warrington, with a change of -50%.