Training

Track Update:

We are sorry to announce that Tuesday 12th April will be our last track session at the Charterhouse track and there will be no session on the 5th due to maintenance.
We are working closely with the club/school to understand how permanent this change is likely to be. In addition, we are also renewing our efforts to source alternative venues.

New Members

You are welcome to come along for a few training sessions and see if the club is right for you before you decide to join. The best way to try us out is to join a Thursday or Sunday social run. There will be several groups running at difference paces.

Please do join us for two or three free taster runs to see see if the club is right for you before deciding whether to become a member.

If you are new to running, read more about our ‘Couch to 5k’ beginner courses here. For more details on these email Nikki at c25k@waverleyharriers.co.uk.

Tuesday Evenings

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We usually meet at 7pm for various sessions covering track, hills or speed - see social media for information.

These sessions are led by a volunteer club leader and include a thorough warm-up, drills and then interval sessions. They are a great way to improve your speed endurance and we always cater for all levels, so don't be put off coming along!

Meet at Charterhouse Club reception (GU7 2RS) for track sessions where free parking is available.

We usually meet outside Wilfred Noyce Centre (GU7 1HR) for speed sessions on local roads. Free parkings is available in the adjacent Crown Court car park (after 18:30).

New members should contact membership@waverleyharriers.co.uk to trial one of these sessions.

Thursday Evenings

Winkworth RunWe meet at 7pm at the Wilfred Noyce Centre (GU7 1HR) for a social run, aiming to finish by 8pm.

Depending on numbers we will split into several groups so you will be able to find a pace that is right for you. We usually have groups covering 5km (3.1 miles) to 10km (6.2 miles) within the hour.

During the winter months we keep to the streets of Godalming and Farncombe, whilst in the summer we enjoy off-road running on the many trails in the area, including along the River Wey.

Free parking (after 6:30pm) is available in Crown Court car park adjacent to the Wilfred Noyce Centre (GU7 1HR), where there are toilets.

Sunday Mornings

Sunday RunWe meet at 9am for a long off-road run, typically 13 to 16 km (8 to 10 miles) - or longer for those in marathon preparations!. Our starting point is Crown Court car park in Godalming, but may vary.

Favourite routes include the River Wey, North Downs/Puttenham, Bramley/Downs Link or Milford/Hankley Common.

Free parking is available in Crown Court car park adjacent to the Wilfred Noyce Centre (GU7 1HR).