Clubs Participating In Season '2019-2020'

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Bracknell Forest Runners

Welcome to Bracknell Forest Runners, an active club with over 500 members which was founded in 1989 and is England Athletics affiliated.

The club aims to run on an informal, friendly basis and seeks to cater for a broad range of running abilities and ages. Qualified coaches who actively participate in training sessions and events are available to give advice on training needs.

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Burnham Joggers

A warm welcome awaits you from Burnham Joggers at the Huntswood Golf Club on Taplow Common Road, Burnham every Tuesday and Thursday where our HQ has excellent changing and social facilities. On Club evenings, our members run a variety of distances at different paces. Organised speed work sessions are held on Tuesdays and a time trial is held on the last Sunday of every month from the Golf Club for those interested in checking their progress. During the summer, on club evenings, we take advantage of footpaths in nearby Burnham Beeches and in the grounds of Cliveden and along the Jubilee River.

Datchet Dashers

The Datchet Dashers are a small, friendly running club based in Windsor (next to the castle). We meet at 7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at our clubhouse in Home Park. On Tuesdays we normally do some speedwork or threshold running, while on Thursdays we usually run between 5 & 8 miles, depending on the season. Runners of all abilities and ambitions are welcome to join us. New runners are welcome to run with us for a few weeks before joining.

We are primarily a road-running club, but venture onto the country in the winter. Members race over most distances, from 5km all the way up to ultra-distance races such as the Comrades Marathon. Between training and racing club members also enjoy numerous social events throughout the year.

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Finch Coasters

Finch Coasters is a friendly running club with over 140 members, covering the Wokingham and Finchampstead areas. We meet at 7pm on Mondays and Tuesdays at St. Crispins School for 5k and 10k respectively, 7pm on Thursdays at FBC (our home) in Finchampstead for 6k and 10k routes, and 6:15am on Friday mornings in Waverley Park for our early morning superstars intervals session. We mostly run on woodland trails and paths in the summer, switching to street-lit roads during the winter months.

We welcome new runners of all abilities. Head to to find out more, and get in contact if you want to try us out

Handy Cross Runners

We are a friendly, sociable road running club based in High Wycombe. We come in all shapes, sizes and ages, both male and female; with a wide range of abilities, some of us more competitive than others, we all love to run… We are the Handy Cross Runners. We meet at High Wycombe Judo Centre on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00pm and at various locations on Sunday mornings.

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Maidenhead Athletics Club

Maidenhead AC is a friendly athletic club for all ages and abilities based at Braywick Park track in central Maidenhead . Our seniors compete in a variety of road races and cross country and their training is enhanced by our coached sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings. We have an active social committee who organise a variety of events throughout the year. For children we have a junior section for children aged 8-16.

Marlow Striders

We are a friendly and sociable bunch of runners determined to keep fit and make running fun ! We have over 150 members of all ages and abilities so we’re sure to have someone who runs at your pace.

Every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7pm, we run from Marlow Sports Club in Pound Lane, 300 yds passed Court Garden Leisure Centre, behind high fencing SL7 2AH.
There is free parking, changing and toilet facilities.


Metros is a road running club based in Harrow that supports the running aspirations of people of all ages and abilities, currently have 200+ members, from beginners through to seasoned runners have found a home with Metros. all ages. All are welcome.

Our cross country course is two laps at Hillingdon House Farm Fields, we will be using Hillingdon Athletics Stadium as our base. Please remove muddy footwear before entering the Stadium.

re parking in the event of the normal carpark being full at the Hillingdon SAthelitics Stadium / Sports Complex.

Please do not park on / in the grounds of the Uxbridge Cricket Club – even if other drivers are going and doing this.

Address for paid parking at the Hillingdon Sports Complex - Gatting Way, Uxbridge, UB8 1ES

For free parking – Honeycroft Hill, Hercies Road – Then head to North Way which will lead you to the race start line

Other options but a bit further to walk – Keith Park Road, Honey Hill and Vine Road

Reading Roadrunners

Reading Roadrunners is one of the largest clubs in the South of England and is open to members of all abilities. We participate in a range of individual and team events, on and off the road.

Our members benefit from a large range of UKA coaches, always on hand to advise and guide individual members to reach their goals and true potential. They take group sessions on club nights offering good structured training for beginners up to the more seasoned runner.

We meet at Palmer Park Stadium on a Wednesday evening, 6.30pm until 8pm; this is our main session and the one potential new members are advised to attend. We also meet at 6.30pm on a Thursday evening for a 5-6 mile outrun and Friday at 6.30pm for an hour on the track.

Sandhurst Joggers

Sandhurst Joggers is based in Sandhurst (SE Berkshire) and runs mostly in the Sandhurst/Camberley/Yateley area where Berkshire, Surrey & Hampshire meet – an area blessed with many miles of superb off-road heath and woodland running.

There are club runs every weekday evening and on Sunday mornings. Most runs are off-road when weather and daylight permit. Friday's run is structured track training; the Tuesday group particularly welcomes inexperienced runners.

We have about 400 members, split about 55/45 (men/women) and ranging in age from 17 to well over 70. At the top we have several county-standard runners of both genders, while further down the 'Joggers' in the name is much more relevant. We welcome newcomers to running/jogging. We don't just run, but have cycling, swimming, triathlon and caving enthusiasts, each of whom arrange occasional special-interest events.

Many members enter events, on and off-road, ranging from the 5K Parkrun to ultra-marathons. And we organise the very successful Yateley 10K summer road-races (three evening races on the first Wednesday of June, July & August). We're not all keenly competitive though, and many of us are happy to simply run, without the pressure of entering 'events'.

The TVXC cross-country league is very popular with our members – we can get as many as 50 at some of the events. Most are just there for the chance to run somewhere different, in company and in daylight. But competition at the sharp end, within the club and between clubs in the league, is very hot. We enjoy the refreshments (and beer) afterwards too.

Our 'home' race is at Lord Wandsworth College, south of Odiham, normally towards the end of November. It is a challenging two-lap course of about 6 miles. It has something of everything – challenging terrain (a smooth grassy sports-field, rough tracks and paths, wide grassy 'rides', hills, mud, puddles, cultivated fields); and lovely autumn scenery. And you get to do all that TWICE.
Parking at the College is restricted, and some of it a significant walk from the start/finish, so please PLEASE car-share wherever possible, and allow plenty of time. The college is at Long Sutton, south of Odiham, Hants. Use the postcode RG29 1TA, which will take you close, but not directly to the college. Look (or ask) for the Four Horseshoes pub, the entrance to the college is just east of there - a imposing brick gateway. Then follow the signs/marshals.

Sheen Shufflers

Sheen Shufflers is a small, but active running (and oft-times drinking) club, based in Sheen in south west London. The club has an enthusiastic 'slowies' group, as well as hardened, streetwise runners. With the club meeting at the Sheen Gate of Richmond Park on a Monday and Wednesday evening, it is only appropriate that we do all our training within this magnificent facility. In addition, Sheen Shufflers now have a Friday morning group who run between three and four miles either in Richmond Park or besides The River Thames.

The Shufflers' one major achievement was to win the TVXC League in 2000!

Tadley Runners

Tadley Runners is a small, friendly club of about 80 members dedicated to all aspects of running including trail, cross-country and road from 5K to Ultra distances. Some members also take part in Duathlons and Triathlons. Recent club trips have taken us to the Barcelona and Amsterdam marathons.

The club meets twice a week at 7.00pm on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Hurst Leisure Centre and also from local pubs fortnightly in the summer and monthly in winter. There are a normally a range of different distances and pace at these club runs including interval and hill sessions.

We are situated about 7 miles North of Basingstoke in an area that offers many options for off road running on Summer evenings. New members of all abilities are always welcome.

We host 4 races each year. Tim's Tadley 10K and the Tadley 10 mile race are our road events. Our ever popular and challenging cross country course is used for our Christmas XC and, of course, for our fixture of the TVXC league.

Thames Valley Triathletes

Thames Valley Triathletes (TVT) is based in Reading, Berkshire and has over 160 members. The club is very active and provides training in the 3 disciplines of triathlon, swim, bike & run. We also organise a number of social events and training camps for members. Whether you aim to be a serious athlete, get fit or meet new friends, we would like to meet you. Our chief coach Derek Bowley is one of the top triathlon coaches in the country. Under his direction the coaching team provide swim, bike and run sessions suitable for all standards - beginner to international.

TVT organise the Beale Beastie triathlon held at Beale Park in May. A perfect event for those new to triathlon.

Wargrave Runners

Wargrave Runners - a social running club for all ages and abilities.. We formed in 1984 and our aim then and now is to inspire and foster peoples interests in running within the village and its surrounds. We regularly meet on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8:15 at Wargrave Recreation ground and informally at times to suit individuals.

We have members participating at all ages and levels of ability ranging from experienced athletes to casual weekend joggers and families enjoy our club handicap events. This year we have had members competing over all distances; ironman and marathons down to 5ks and our own club measured miles....and are delighted to have now been accepted into this cross country series!

Windle Valley Runners

We are a friendly running club in Surrey Heath, with approximately 200 members, with running activities in Ascot, Bagshot, Camberley, Frimley, Lightwater, Windlesham and the surrounding area.

We offer intervals training sessions on Tuesday evenings, road run training on Thursday evenings, and a variety of Sunday morning running activities including a monthly timed 10K. On Saturdays, we run and volunteer at Frimley Lodge parkrun.

Our club aims to provide a friendly environment, in which runners of all abilities can enjoy their running. This is complemented by various social events all through the year.

All new members are very welcome. If you would like to join us, then turn up to any of our training runs or contact any of our members. Further details of our weekly training sessions can be found on our website.

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