Our group runs
We've found 0 runs at location: Hayling Billy Car Park - from Ship Inn drive over bridge to Hayling - car park is on right
Our run bookings are moving. All runs after 6th June 2022 can be booked via https://bookaby.me/runnyhoneys/whats-on
We offer a large number of weekly runs and courses to try to make it easy for you to fit running into your life! Whether it's daytime after-school drop-offs, evening after work or Sunday Long Runs, you'll hopefully find one or two that fit with your week.
Some are female-only, some men-only and one mixed. We also target some runs by ability levels, which have become known as:
Chatty : you're a regular runner (usually 6 months or more) and can run for 30 or 40 minutes at a steady pace, whilst also "chatting"! Our runs at this level will still sometimes challenge you, but stick with, as that is how you'll improve!
Gentle : this is the group run to enjoy if you've only just completed a Couch to 5K or you're a returning runner after recovering from an injury or an absence from running.
Racey : If you've started to get interested in racing and have started to use the words "PB" in every other scentence, then you might like to try some of these runs.
Long Runs : Sunday is Long Run day and depending on the time of year, these will be targetting a particular distance. We usually have mixed ability groups which will often be split into different speeds with more than one Run Leader involved.
Book as many as you like at one time. If you let the Run Leader know by the run cut off time that you need to cancel (your Run Leaders have baby-sitters to juggle too!) then we'll refund your run fee.
COVID-19 info: all our runs adhere to covid-19 guidelines. We ask you to please observe social distancing from each other and the general public. We attempt to plan runs in quiet places. Run size is as indicated on its description. As guidelines change, so we will increase / decrease run sizes in-line with our Covid Risk Assessment and Run Leader's personal level of risk. Please bring some kind of face covering. You'll only have to wear it in the unlikely event that we need to look after you / apply First Aid!