Here at Regency Runners we have been encouraging ladies to take the first steps in their running journey for over six years. Many have discovered a love for running and set their own goals whether that be running Park Run 5k every Saturday or setting their sights on a marathon. Equally, many run with us for the mere love of running, to stay fit and socialize. Some even run to remain sane and have a bit of ‘me time’ if they have a young family or a stressful job.
Whatever your reasons for running, we’ll support you along the way. And if you’ve lost your running mojo or, indeed, want to find it, if you’ve never run before, we have organised a new 10-week session just for you starting at 7pm on Thursday 22nd September. By the end of it, you’ll be able to run 5k! Download the poster for more details and email us with any enquiries.
The course itself costs £25 but this is redeemable against your £35 lifetime membership fee when you join us once the course ends.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
‘How to run?’
‘Just put one foot in front of the other!’
This is every ‘comedians’ quick response when I mention that I want to learn to run. To be fair, I was a little puzzled when I first heard there were classes; I mean, how hard can it be?
Then I tried running ….
Read what one of our newest members, Elizabeth Mullenger, has experienced on our Learn to Run course.
Thursday 7 January 2016, 7pm, Pump Rooms
Do you think you can’t run? Our ever popular and successful Learn to Run course will will prove you can! At the end of the 10 weeks, you’ll be able to run 5k and you might even have fun in the process!
Have a look at some photos from our last course here >>
I just wanted to send a huge thank you to everyone who organised and marshalled last night’s event and for keeping me going along the way. I won’t name anyone in particular because you are all truly incredible and have in all sorts of different ways helped me in my introduction to running. You have been amazing through the 10 weeks of our varied course and I would never have thought that I could cover a distance of 5k – just need to make my next aim to actually run it all!! But – not disheartened and will certainly be joining you again and building on what I have achieved so far.
I hope that, in the future, I can encourage others in the same way that you have encouraged me.
16 July 2015
Click here to see some photos of the final session, the time 5k run >>