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A statement from Dudley Kingswinford Running Club Committee to clarify the Position regarding DK Running Club clothing The committee were asked a while ago to look into the possibility of refreshing our running club kit and also to look at changing the Club Vest. At several races over the last year we had all […]
The ‘Dudley Kingswinford Running Club’ 2017 Beginners course starts Tuesday 11th April 7.00 pm. Registration is on Thursday 6th April at 7.00 pm at DK Rugby Club. Wall Heath. Come down for a chat to find out more… The course is perfect for beginners and those returning to running after time out. Over ten weeks […]
Membership subscriptions for the year 2017-18 are due on 31 March. Each member who has provided an email address will receive a Renewal Notice email in the next few days which will contain a link to the UKA website. This is the most straightforward method of renewal. Should you be unable or not wish to […]
Following on from the AGM of the Birmingham Cross Country League please note the following dates for next season’s men’s fixtures. 11/11/17 – @ Telford AC 2/12/17 – @ Stratford 13/1/18 – @ Kings Heath 10/2/18 – @ CLC Striders And the league is made up of the following clubs: Black Pear Joggers, Bournville Harriers, […]
Same time every year, the Lilleshall 5 always seems to mark the end of a hard winters training and the start of spring Wednesday racing, the end of running round muddy fields and a chance to run on tarmac with the sun on your back, but the sun was far from the thoughts of most […]
Sunday 2nd April – Manchester Marathon For people of a certain age Manchester is all about The Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays, the mad for it culture of baggy jeans and baggy attitude. For those a little older Manchester was always more Morrissey and Marr than Ian Brown and Shaun Ryder, I suppose which […]
Sunday 19th March – Shrewsbury 10k Shrewsbury is a nice setting for a race, the county town of Shropshire, nestles nicely in the crook of the River Severn with its largely unaltered medieval street plan, boasts plenty of timber framed buildings from the 15th and 16th centuries and its own red sandstone castle. The only […]