On Thursday evening a Trail or Road group goes from the Leisure Centre at 7pm. It is led from the back by an experienced runner. You’ll need appropriate shoes, and a waterproof (and a headtorch from September to April). The run will typically be no more than 10km long, and could involve some mud, slippy bits (and darkness). When the days are getting shorter, please ensure that you can be seen by wearing Hi-Viz or reflective clothing or led-lights.
Throughout the winter months the pack run tends to take place on the road and
details of will be disseminated via the Club Facebook page.
We cater for all abilities and nobody will be left behind or expected to run by themselves. If the group is large enough we may split into different ability groups. If you want to join on a particular night but find the planned route too long, there are usually other runners happy join you on a shorter run.
As a club we abide by and strongly encourage all runners to follow the Countryside Code. Roaming on the hills is a hard fought Right and it would be tragic if restrictions were placed upon us all because of inappropriate actions by the uninformed and selfish few.
If you’re running with a dog, there are guidelines in the same document – mostly pertaining to Effective Control. It’d be great if you could take a couple of moments to familiarise yourself with it.