Regular training: Wednesday evening

We have just published our winter programmes for Monday and Wednesday evenings – these can found here: Club Nights

Such programmes will soon be found on: 

We’re a welcoming group that looks out for each other. Can you run 3 or 4 miles at whatever pace? You’re in! Don’t be intimidated, nothing too hard and we have folk of all paces out.

We meet every Wednesday for a 6:30pm start at the Helsby Community Sports Club.  Getting started: give it a go. Come and say hello, make yourself known. Something like “Hello I’m new, I’d like to go for a run” should do the trick. More…

8 thoughts on “Regular training: Wednesday evening

    • A good mixed group come along on Mondays – they’re actually very beginner friendly, believe it or not. We also get a few kids coming along to keep the adults on their toes!

  1. Hello
    I am really keen to take part in the half marathon next January but cant find the application form anywhere. Can you let me know how I can apply please?

  2. can we think of some winter saturday/sunday morning runs, typically the summer wednesday night run route or others- delamere white circuit (5 miles), other similar circular routes- gresty’s waste and open it up to other local clubs

    Geoff Shaw

      • I tend to do an extended summer run on a Sunday; follow the summaer run to Jacobs ladder but then follow the Sandstone to the monument, then come out at the Belmont past the Forest Hills across the practise area of the golf course up to the reservoir, come out at Riley Bank Mews cross the road and end up back on the Sandstone, I then follow the summaer run home

        You are all welcome to join but due to other commitments won’t be doing it again until Dec, maybe we should start things up after the 4 Villages

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