Welcome to Waverley Harriers
We are a small and friendly running club based in the Godalming and Farncombe area of Surrey, just south of Guildford. The club has runners of all ages and abilities, from those looking to improve their fitness through to those that run marathons and ultras. We meet regularly for both informal runs and structured training sessions both on and off-road. We take part in the Southern Cross Country League during the winter months and many of our members take part in local races all year round.
Come and join us!
If you are looking for a friendly local running club in the Godalming, Farncombe or Guildford area of Surrey, then look no further! We're always looking for new members to join. Feel free to join us for two or three runs before deciding whether the club is right for you.
Erika Hughes tells us about her achievements as a participant in this year’s Couch to 5k and 5k Plus groups: As a whole, I’ve never been able to stick to anything properly! I’ve tried running multiple times over the past few years – jogging around the block and giving up after a couple of minutes […]
It was fantastic to see 14 Harriers (and 3 in the cheer squad) brave the rain at today’s MABAC race at Nonsuch Park. We had a really strong result with Chris Peck taking the win, Hannah Pullen being first female over the line and seven Harriers in the first 15. Well done to everyone who took part! (Provisional) […]
Huge congratulations to Neil Boosey for his outstanding achievement, completing the North Downs Way 100 (mile) race in an amazing 22 hours and 44 minutes! Thanks to Neil for this detailed account of his adventure with his crew! The Centurion North Downs Way 100, is a 102.9-mile trail run from Farnham, along the Surrey Hills […]
Early on a Sunday morning several weeks ago a merry(ish) band of (ten) Waverley Harriers assembled for our debut entry in the ‘River Relay’ event organised by the Stragglers Running Club. The event is a mini version of the Green Belt Relay, which does away with a complete circumnavigation of London, instead focusing on (probably) […]