Our group runs

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Welcome to Chorley Runners.

We have different running sessions for runners of all abilities. Full descriptions of the runs are under the Session Info tab and an overview of when the runs are held is below.

If you are a complete beginner,  we now offer a midweek daytime beginners running course.  If you cannot attend during the day, then check out the Chorley Couch to 5 K program, check their facebook page for start dates.

You can run with any group, at any time, signing up for a session does not commit you to turning up but gives the run leaders an idea of how many people may turn up.  Different run leaders run different sessions. The run distances do vary so check the Facebook groups for the latest details. The upcoming runs sessions are listed at the bottom of this page.

We welcome anyone onto our sessions, we always loop at regular intervals to ensure no one is ever left behind and to be as inclusive as possible. Some people continue running back to the rear marker, some stop and chat - your choice. 

YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A FAST RUNNER!

The group often arranges optional social evenings out, all are welcome to come along. 

Scroll down to get to the run session sign-up links.  Check the social media links to check for possible late changes to starting locations.

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We also run a 5-10 km course 3 times a year, followed by a 10-16 Km (10 miles) course as time and holidays permit.

Monday 6:30 pm - 5 km run with running exercises

Wednesday 6:30 pm - 5 Km  

Thursday 

10:30 am - #RUnAndTalk Beginners running sessions

6:30 pm - minimum 7 km -  for those looking to improve their distance running    

Saturday 

9:00 am - 4km run.  

9:00 am - Long run session - distance may vary, typically 8-10km but growing to 16km

9:00 am - 5-10 km running course ( 3 times  a year - check below for details)

Monthly "away day" at a local parkrun, see the run below for the location each month

Social Media

We have the following Facebook pages (each dedicated to different purposes):

 

 

Want to become a run leader?

Become a qualified run leader by taking the Leadership in Fitness and Running Course from England Athletics

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