Grass Routes Trail Running and Outdoor Fitness - Breaking down barriers!

About our group

Grass Routes is a community interest company, this means we are dedicated to putting our profits back into the community to help more people access trail running and outdoor fitness.

We work with the local community in Hastings and the surrounding area to understand, address and break down the barriers different people experience in accessing outdoor exercise. This may be financial help towards kit or transport costs, providing interpreters, same gender or low number groups, ensuring we have diverse run leaders, free sessions or sessions timed to fit around peoples childcare restraints.

We run weekly dedicated trail running and conditioning groups open to all, and focused sessions for people who face barriers, this may include but is not limited to refugees and immigrants, BAME, people who have suffered abuse, LGBTQ individuals and those with physical or intellectual disabilities.

Contact Group

Contact details

Aimee Whatford - Group Leader

Meet our Team

Our locations

 
 

Gate entrance to park land off Rock Lane, just past Austen Way

Inside the entrance off the roundabout

Helipad Carpark

North's Seat

Barley Lane carpark

Cinque Ports Way, at the junction of the road and cycle path.

Cinque Ports Way, by the sea cadet building

Battle Abbey Gates

Outside Eat@ The Stade

Open area near the Hastings & St Leonards Angling Association on Hastings seafront

The green at the entrance to Speckled Wood on Old London Road

The Bale House - Hastings Country Park

War Memorial, Alexandra Park

Outside Stade Hall @ Stade open space

Battle Great Wood, Marley Lane carpark

Lewis Avenue, Blackbrooks Garden Centre carpark

Sandhurst Gardens Carpark, The Ridge

Upper carpark, Lower Coastguard Lane