Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers Junior Section Is No Longer Operating For Under 15's
Over 15's Will Now Train With The Seniors: Session Times
Over 15 Junior Training: Monday, 7:00pm to 8:15pm
Over 15 Junior Coached Training Session : Thursday, 7:00pm to 8:15pm
MONDAY NIGHTS (ALL YEAR): GSK Sports Club Complex
Spring / Summer Training (March to October) - Glaxo Sports Ground, North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston
Autumn / Winter Training (November to February) - Siemens Industrial Estate, Ulverston
Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers is run by UK Athletics qualified coaches. All coaching staff are DBS checked to protect the welfare of the club's members. The aim of the over 15's junior section is to encourage a fit and healthy life style that can endure into, and through, their adult life. The club aims to provide opportunities for younger athletes to compete with other athletes from within their peer group. Our objective is to ensure that all athletes have fun, compete to the best of their abilities and in the spirit of good sportsmanship.
What do Hoad Hill Harriers Over 15's do?
Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers' is predominantly a running club. Our coaches offer a varied programme of training focussing primarily on developing fitness and improving running ability. Our core training sessions involve warm-ups, and sprint drill training to improve running technique, and a variety of interval running, and competition training.
The Monday night session is a social run, up to distances of 6 - 7 miles. We currently have two speed groups. Distance and pace for the younger runners can be tailored to suit their ability.We usually have 2 groups each Thursday run by our qualified coaches. They follow a variety of 'rep' sessions, designed to develop strength, stamina and speed. The sessions are developed to suit the ability of the group, and also cater for ranges of ability within the group.
Our coaches have developed a varied programme of activities that run throughout the year.
Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers are members of the Mid-Lancs Cross Country league and we encourage our Juniors to take part, and arrange for coaching staff to support junior runners at cross country events.
We also run a number of club events throughout the year, which include junior competition races.
How Can You Get Involved?
Any potential new member to the club can take part in three free taster sessions. After three sessions, fees will become payable. Members need to be at least 15 years of age. They will become a senior member at 18 years of age.
Click here to join via a safe link. Our club uses membermojo.co.uk for online membership. Changes to address, contact, or family details are made through our online membership system. Payment is offline.
The annual junior subscription for 2022 is £16. The junior subscription does not include include £8 for membership to GSK Sports & Social club, whose grounds and facilities we use. This payment has to be made to them separately. Fees are not charged for any new members joining in November/ December, although fees will be due at the start of the new year.
What Should You Bring and What Should You Wear?
When you come to training sessions, it is advisable to bring a drink. You should wear training shoes, and running shorts/top. You will need a light weight track suit or fleece/joggers. It's always best to have a lightweight rain jacket in case of bad weather. In the autumn/ winter months please wear a high viz jacket and/or high viz bib. We also strongly advise the use of a headtorch during the darker nights.
Any enquiries and information regarding junior membership, please contact Adrian Newnham via email on firstname.lastname@example.org