There’s no need to join the club immediately as we’d prefer you to come along and run with us for a few weeks, to help you decide if we can give you the running experience that you seek, before parting with your hard earned cash.
If you’ve already decided that you want to join, please continue to this page – Joining as a New Member
Whether you are a regular competitor looking for a new club and a new challenge, or just starting to run, we invite you to run with us and find out why Bournville Harriers is the running club for you. We aim to provide the following benefits:
- A welcoming and friendly club – supportive of runners of all abilities
- A great ‘camaraderie’ team spirit
- Two official club training sessions every week
- Established training routes with downloadable maps
- Qualified coaching team
- Organised club events throughout the year
- Great social activities
- Internal ‘Teal Targets’ club championship focused on local events
- Free car park, changing facilities and licensed bar at the Rowheath Pavilion
- Free race entry for road relays and cross country team events
- Range of discounted Bournville Harriers training kit
- Regular talks/advice on different aspects of running and training
- Opportunities to be actively involved in the management of the club
Many of our members have years of experience, have competed at the highest level and are willing to share advice to improve your running experience. Our team of qualified coaches can provide support and guidance to enable you to achieve your own personal goals.
We all share a common aim – the desire to run, to improve our performance and enjoy the experience of running.
If you are planning to join us for a run, please click HERE to complete our enquiry form so that we can ensure you have someone of a similar pace to run with during your first few sessions.
If you have any further queries, then feel free to email us – firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of how to find us can be found HERE.
Please note that only paid-up members of Bournville Harriers are covered by the club’s insurance, so if you come along for a run with us before you join, you agree to undertake this at your own risk.
The officers of Bournville Harriers Running Club cannot be held responsible for existing medical conditions or any detrimental effect on the health and well-being of an individual as a result of involvement in club activities.