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London Marathon PB.
Relay To France.
Beating The Train.
Tour Of Tameside.
Tour Of Tameside Extract From Ron Hill.
All My Race’s since 1984.
My Life Diary’s
Just Basic Memories
The Igo To Hillier Tree.
The Glover To Hillier Tree.
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Hi and Welcome. My name is Tony Hillier, alias “BillywhizHillier”.
I was born in Hulme Manchester in 1947 and attended St Wilfred’s Infant
School. My Parents moved to Brooklands, Wythenshaw, Manchester, where
I attended St Aiden’s Primary school. I lived there until I was 11yrs old.
Then we moved to Partington Nr Urmton Manchester.
I did one term at St Columba’s Secondary School, and then transferred to
Sale Secondary School. I went through my teenage years in Partington,
Nr Urmston, Manchester.
I met and I married Glennis “Nee Lloyd” we have been wed for 33 years
and we have 3 grown up girls called Karen, Joanne, and Allison.
We also have 4 Grandchildren, named Rhiannon, Jade, Andrew, and Jake.
My Favourite Quote Is:
Ah but I was so much older then,
I’m younger than that now.
Also from Dylans:
“Hard Rain’s A Gonna Fall”
I’ll know my song well,
Before I start singing.
About My Web Site
The main reason for this Web site is for Family and friends.
But I would like others to be interested in the site:
For its Running information and any of my other interests.
This is my very first Web Site and I would like to thank:
Peter Thomas and Alan Glass in the Open Learning Centre at Stagecoach
Manchester, Hyde Rd Depot, for giving me advice and redirection.
I would also like to welcome the Stagecoach Colleagues from the new
Open Learning Centre in New Zealand.
This web page was designed using Microsoft Office 2000, Webpages.
My Running Details
I Started running in 1984 in the Marathon boom and at 53 yrs I am still
trying to stay at a good level of fitness.
I try to train twice a day and average 50-70 Miles per week.
My Favourite Race is the “Tour Of Tameside”, which is Six races in
one week, comprising of 52 Miles of mixed distance and type of terrain.
I live in a close proximity to the Pennines, and have excellent running
routes, and I can also get on the Huddersfield and Macclesfield canals
for flat runs. But most of the runs around here are hilly.
Also the legendary, Dr “Ron Hill” MBE, the famous Marathon Runner
of the sixty’s lives in my area and I know him well he is a smashing bloke
to talk to, and one of his son’s Graham Hill is now a top runner in the area.
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