Running Clubs In Berkshire
- Bracknell Athletic Club
- Bracknell Forest Runners
- Burnham Joggers AC
- Compton Harriers Running Club
- Datchet Dashers
- Eton Tri Club
- Evolution Running Club (Windsor)
- Finch Coasters Running Club
- Hungerford Hares
- Maidenhead Athletic Club
- Maidenhead Running Sisters
- Newbury AC
- Reading AC
- Reading Joggers
- Reading Roadrunners
- Royal Berkshire Hash Hound Harriers
- Sandhurst Joggers
- Slough Running Sisters
- Team Kennet
- Wargrave Runners
- Windsor Running Sisters
- Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow AC
If you are part of a club in Berkshire and would like to be added to our list, please get in touch!
Focus on Wargrave Runners
Where and When: All sessions meet at the recreational ground car park. There are two improvers/experienced groups which meet on Saturday/Sunday mornings at 8.15am. 4-5 miles on the Saturday and 8-10 on the Sunday. Saturday’s run involves a regular route between Wargrave and Crazies Hill. There is also a beginners/improvers session on Saturdays at 9.00am. Catering for those walk/running and those who wish to run a shorter distance than the earlier group. Mondays and Wednesdays at 6.30pm are all abilities sessions for anyone who wishes to go for a midweek run with a group for typically 3 to 6 miles.
Who: We pride ourselves on being a social running club for members of all ages and ability and we are always pleased to welcome new members.
Any races: We organise the Wargrave 10K which was held on June 12. This year’s race was started by Paul Daniels who took time out of his busy schedule and braved the rain to enthusiastically cheer all 518 runners on their way as they crossed the start line.
Anything else: Located in the heart of the Chiltern Hills and close to one of the most famous stretches of the River Thames, Wargrave Runners have a fabulous stomping ground! Club members range from international athletes to casual weekend joggers, the club embraces the aspirations of all members whatever level they wish to participate at. Regular outings throughout the week, groups of all different abilities run along breathtaking routes where it is often difficult to believe you are only 35 miles west of central London! From the very youngest to the most senior runner all share a passion for their sport whilst actively encouraging their club colleagues to achieve. Most importantly the club promotes the enjoyment of running within a sociable environment where training partners become good friends.
Interview featured in Southern Running Guide 2011