National Lockdown / Tier 4 - you can run with one other person from the club only.
Tier 3 and below - we can return to running in groups for six - please see the training page for details.
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.
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More than just running!
I was a “first-timer” at London and had such a fantastic day. Having watched so many other runners in London over the years I really enjoyed experiencing it from the other side, and the atmosphere was amazing. The best bit was rounding the corner to see Tower Bridge where we used to watch the race […]
On a lovely evening at the Charterhouse track, a good number of Waverley Harriers and Haslemere Borders Athletic Club junior members enjoyed a competitive session with some excellent personal achievements. Thank you to the parents and helpers for making the evening a success. Here are the results: Meet0705_u9 Meet0705_u11 Meet0705_u13 Meet0705_o13
Becca Atkins’ report of the London Marathon 2013: London 2013 was my third London marathon and 8th marathon in total. I was running for Parkinson’s UK as my Dad is currently battling against this horrid disease. It was wonderful running for a charity as they provided fantastic support en route and meant it was easy to […]
OK – so I wasn’t running the London Marathon and had been gutted to miss out on a two day race along the Cotswolds Way earlier in April (due to a bout of the dreaded flu). As luck would have it along came the Evesham Ultra – a new entrant to the long distance scene […]