Tuesday 16.8.22. Remember no social run tonight as it’s the Heddington Race 3.

Calne Running Club Tuesday evenings Summer 2022.

All starting points are provisional so please check Facebook/Website to confirm.

DateSunset (dark about 30 mins laterSuggested starting point/ eventAny comments (eg possible routes.
19.4.2220.10Beversbrook 
26.4.2220.21Smallgrain
3.5.2220.33Beversbrook 
10.5.2220.44Heddington(Pos out to Hampsley)
17.5.2220.54Beversbrook 
24.5.2221.04SkateparkLacock Relays Heat 1
31.5.2221.12Nr Furze Hill – to run Roundway LoopNeed to share lifts as limited parking.
7.6.2221.19Calne Community Campus (Leisure Centre)C group have requested an earlier start so they can do the complete Bowood Loop so meet at 6.45.
14.6.2221.24Beversbrook 
21.6.2221.27HEDDINGTON RACE 1 
28.6.2221.27BeversbrookLacock Relays Heat 2
5.7.2221.24Yatesbury – to go to Avebury 
12.7.2221.20Beversbrook 
19.7.2221.12HEDDINGTON RACE 2 
26.7.2221.03BeversbrookLacock Relays Heat 3
2.8.2220.52Compton Bassett 
9.8.2220.42Cherhill Maybe to Calstone
16.8.2220.27HEDDINGTON RACE 3 
23.8.2220.12BeversbrookLacock Relays Final
30.8.2219.57Smallgrain 
6.9.2219.42Beversbrook 
13.9.2219.26  
20.9.2219.10  
27.9.2218.54  

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Details: 

Tuesday evening runs explained:

Group A – Roughly 9 minute miling or faster for 5 miles or more

Group B – Roughly 9 to 11 minute miling for 3-6 miles

Group C– Roughly 11 minute miling and above for 3-5 miles

Each group will be led by a minimum of one qualified leader. A tail runner will be allocated to each group. Groups may vary depending on who turns up on the night but everybody will be catered for.

** PLEASE NOTE**  These runs and distances are by no means set in stone or are meant to be prescriptive. We encourage people to push themselves or to go in whichever group they would like to join. The groups have been designed to roughly keep runners in more compact groups to make them safer, easier to lead and more social. However, varying paces in each group will always occur and in order to allow people to push themselves from one group to another will inevitably occur. Enabling people to run with people of similar abilities should maximise enjoyment whilst maintaining safety and making sure nobody gets lost or left behind.

Please be aware that you must always:

  1. Wear the appropriate clothing and footwear for the run.
  2. Wear hi viz clothing on road runs. 
  3. Listen to your run leader’s instructions
  4. Always loop back to the slowest runner in the group at regular points as advised by your leader
  5. Be responsible for your own safety and do not run if injured.
  6. Do not listen to portable music players during the runs.

New routes will be added by our leaders over time to give more variation, particularly in winter when choices are more limited.

**Please keep an eye on our Facebook page** where runs will be posted as changes can be made by our leaders to try to think up some new and enjoyable routes for you to try out.

The Run Leaders:

A-B

Matthew Waite

David Howe

Dave Halliday

Pete Brooks

B-C

Jude Handcock

Gary Bunce

Celia Stevens

Sue Davis