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As the nights are drawing in, the issue of high viz has been raised and discussed again.  After a lengthy debate, the committee have decided that from this Thursday 25th September (and throughout the dark winter months) the following policy will apply:

It is mandatory to wear brightly colored reflective high visibility clothing for all RR sessions.
This means that you will not be able to run with the group if you are not wearing appropriate kit.
A few people have asked what would be appropriate so please see the links below.  These bibs are widely available at running shops, really cheap and are both brightly colored and reflective. Some recent races have given out bright t-shirts but although these are high visibility in the daylight, these are not reflective, so in themselves would not be considered appropriate.
Example yellow reflective high vis bibs from Sweatshop (£3):

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