Club News


R.E.D January - Raise awareness and support for mental health by Running

Mind, the mental health charity is teaming up with R.E.D January to encourage people to Run Every Day throughout January to support their own mental wellbeing, while raising awareness and support for mental health. How far or fast people run, or walk is completely up to them, but by getting active for 31 consecutive days in January they can not only kick-start their own year, but also make a positive difference to the lives of others.

Applications invited for next round of Club Run

England Athletics are pleased to announce the launch of the next round of Club Run and welcome applications from off track and road running clubs across the country. The closing date for this next round of applications is midnight 18th February.

Marathon programme underway with event in Forest of Dean

More than 50 athletes and coaches gathered for an event in the Forest of Dean to train and take part in workshop sessions with Bud Baldaro, Andi Drake, Tracy Barlow, Nick Anderson and others. The programme is part of England Athletics' work to support athletes and coaches and raise the standard of marathon running in England with specific targets set for achievement by 2022.

CEO Club Visit - Leighton Buzzard AC

Chris Jones headed to the Bedfordshire club to find out more about their activities. He visited Vandyke School where the young athletes and a throws session took place there, and found out this is just one of the venues used by the club.

Road Running Road Shows to launch in 2018

England Athletics are launching a series of Road Shows for the club road running community. The Road Shows are open to club officers, coaches, leaders and club members and offer an opportunity to find out more about some of the new and existing initiatives that aim to support road running clubs, as well as an opportunity for you to share your ideas with us.

England Athletics connecting with local clubs

One the many benefits of England Athletics club affiliation is the opportunity to receive support from a Club Support Manager. Emma Hurst gives a brief overview of her role covering Derbyshire, Staffordshire, South Yorkshire and North Yorkshire.