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The club has developed a scheme designed to help and encourage those looking to improve and / or gain confidence. But for it to work properly, we need more potential matches. All welcome regardless of age or experience.
A series of themed training articles and videos. It is aimed at all from those attempting Orange courses to those who would be considered experts. Most of the articles were written by Richard Sansbury but we have borrowed from other resources on You Tube and other clubs' websites.
Family friendly Fyne Court was the scene for the third JOG of the season, in warm and sunny weather. Karen Lewis was one of several who must have thought they knew the area well - until they tried Steve Robertson's 'Fox' training exercise.
Slideshow now available
Steve Robertson's recent illustrated talk at Broomfield Village Hall focussed on lessons learned from a wide variety of events over many years. As a refresher or for those that didn't attend, the presentation can now be viewed here.
Monday 20 August
Steve Robertson is inviting members to an illustrated talk at Broomfield Village Hall. There's no need to pre-book your place- just turn up on the night if you can. "Half time" refreshments will be served.
Relays & BBQ
Coach Tess Stone has the following message for those thinking of going along for the final sessions on Thursday 19 July at Castle Neroche. Basically, bring some food for the coals and be prepared for some relay team action!
What we can offer
What opportunities does our club offer to help members improve and progress through organised training?
Open between Sundays 12 and 19 August
Starting and finishing at the Liseux Way shopping parade, this course takes in two housing estates each with a dense network of paths.
Our Thursday evening fun sessions attract a good range of ages and abilities. The aim is to improve your fitness, develop your confidence in navigating and according to lead coach Tess Stone, your "love of wildness!"