Welcome one and all!
We are a friendly running club based in Plymstock, Plymouth.
We are happy to meet, greet and say "hello" to anyone who runs or wants to run - whether it's for a social,
a health and fitness or a competeitive reason. We aim to make running fun and enjoyable for all levels of ability.
We would love to see non-runners who would like to take up running and do not know where, or how to start.
Where?? That's the easy bit:
We are located in the Church Hall, St Margaret Mary's Catholic Church on Quarry Park Road, Plymstock PL9 7BB
It's just opposite The Drakes Drum pub, on Radford Park Road.
When?? We meet at 6:15 every Thursday, leaving the church hall about 6.35.
Have a look at our training session page to see which of the four distances you would prefer to run that evening.
How? Well come along and say Hello and give Plymstock Road Runners and running a try, there's nothing to lose!
Our club fees are still just a one off payment of £20* with NO weekly fee to pay.
Your first two sessions with us are completely FREE, with no obligation to join the club.
* Non EA member. See the Seniors page for more details. Reduces to £10 from 1 Jan-31 Mar.
Members of the club marshalling at the Plymbridge Park Run
Monday - Senior Focused Training
6:15 pm for a specialist repetition session (speed, hills, fartlek) in the local area.
Check with on the Club Facebook page or find out at the Club on Thursdays for details.
Most starts are from Dean Cross car park and in the summertime this includes sessions
every other week on the 200m grass track at Goosewell School.
Tuesday - Junior training
6:15 - 7:30 pm at Plymstock School. More details here about how to join the Juniors
Wednesday - Senior training
6:15 pm for a training session (5-7m or even cycling) in the local area.
Check with the Club on Thursdays or on the Club FaceBook page for details.
Thursday - Senior training (including the Routes & Tea Rota)
6:15 pm at the club for a choice of four/five routes ranging from 2 miles up to 6+ miles (depending on the time of year).
If you are a complete novice and/or new to running, we will help you with support with one of our members.
This may mean a short walk/jog/run around the area. As you progress you can join in on one of the longer routes.
Saturday - Senior training
8am for a longer run in the local area, most starts are from Dean Cross car park.
Check on the Club FaceBook page for details.
5pm for a run in the local area, most starts are from Dean Cross car park.
Check on FB or find out at the Club on Thursdays for details.
Kate, Dave and Jill at the
Mad March Hare 10k 2017
We also have regular updates on our FaceBook page:
Why not use our FB page to advertise your run or if you want to know if anyone
else is running. Post your route and time, and perhaps you'll have some company!
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