During the light evenings, from early April to early September, we are based at Bramcote Leisure Centre which gives easy access to off-road runs. During the dark evenings period, from mid September to early April, we are based at Nottingham Tennis Centre, University Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 2QH, UK, Aerial view, which gives easy access to the road. We offer training for everyone whether in a club or not. We have regular runners who are members of established affiliated clubs and others who are unattached to any club.
There are two groups, the Fast group, who do, for example, 10 miles at a strong pace which is for those whose times are below 37 - 38 mins for 10k, 62mins for 10 miles 85 mins for a half-marathon or run on the fells. The Intermediate group is for slower paced runners, down to very roughly 50 mins 10K, 70 mins for 10miles, 105 mins half-marathon and who would like to improve. These are often steady sessions up to 9 miles, but vary both longer and shorter to suit the group. Both groups do fartlek sessions occasionally again when it suits the groups.
There is now a Facebook page also.
New runners are very welcome to just turn up and run. Check with the blog or the Facebook page for any late changes to the blog postings which we like to keep to an absolute minimum. Alternatively you can use the contact form if you prefer to make prior contact or would like further information.
There are no charges for running with us.
Following British Athletics rules for road running the minimum age for joining either group is 17.

Monday, 10 June 2013

Training and Racing: Tuesday 11 June - Wednesday 12 June 2013

Tuesday 11 June - 6:30pm
Bramcote for a hilly 10.5m route to Swinegate and back close to Cossall. This is to celebrate Greg Crowley's successful Bob Graham Round last weekend and Neil and Gary will appreciate this leg loosener as they supported the run in the lakes :)

Wednesday 12 June 2013- 7:15pm
Summer League - Erewash (See diary on the right)

Further Races
Sunday 26 June 2013
Race: Kinder Trog, 16 miles from Hayfield (See diary on the right). This course is well marked, although you may need to navigate and you need to take full body cover, map, compass, hat, gloves and food.