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Evening Runs – 6.30pm
Spring and Summer
Tuesdays and Thursdays: Totley AC Pavillion
Most runs are off-road. Every Thursday there is an improvers option, suitable for all paces and remains on road.
Autumn and winterVarious locations closer to town. Please check our calendar for each location. All runs are on-road. Every Thursday there is an improvers option, suitable for all paces and remains on road.
Sunday – 9 amVarious locations in the Peak District. Our visit our calendar for this weeks location. Sociable pace with a café visit afterwards.
Head Torch – 6.45 pm
Thursday – Autumn and Winter onlyVarious locations in the Peak District. Our visit our calendar for the exact location. Sociable pace with a pub visit afterwards. Please bring a head torch, spare batteries (if possible), a spare warm layer, waterproofs, hat/buff/ and gloves
Evening RunsAll evening runs last for approximately 1hr 20-30mins.
Sunday morningThese runs can take a little longer if it’s a lovely day!
TuesdayThere are usually 3 groups, each with a different running pace.
ThursdayWith the Improvers session, it is not possible to be left behind on this session as the group stays in one location.
Sunday runsStarting at 9 AM, these runs are held in one group at a gentle pace.
SupportThe Millhouses Beginners Run Group is lead by members of Totley AC. They meet on Thursday mornings for 60mins. They have a Facebook Group
You do not have to join immediately you start running with Totley. Obviously, you need to try us out for a couple of training sessions and see how you get on.
MembershipHowever, if you like running with Totley and wish to continue, then you must join the club. The cost is £15.00 per year and family membership is £20.00. You can find out more details and how to join on our join us page
When we run from the Cricket Inn, there are showers available in the club hut. We have men’s and women’s changing rooms and even hair dryers for both genders. Most of the winter runs start from other locations, where there are no showers.
Bring a dry top to change in to after the run and it is also a good idea to carry a windproof top in case it turns cold or you get injured.
Winter roadAll runners must wear a reflective top for road runs in the dark.
Winter FellsAll runners will need a head torch for fell runs in the dark. We also recommend a small bag to carry a buff, water proof and gloves.
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