Weekly Schedule

There are runs, training sessions and strength and conditioning activities almost every day of the week.

A Typical Weekly Club Calendar

Join as many or as few activities as you like. It's all included in your £32 annual membership.

Monday night: Club training night led by our qualified coaches. The session comprises of speed or interval training. All training is undertaken at your own effort level so it caters for all abilities.

Training takes place in small training groups of a maximum of 12 per coach.

Tuesday night: Strength and conditioning classes. Outdoors in spring/summer, indoors in winter by a qualified Personal Trainer (also a club member).

Thursday night: Official Club Night. A variety of different sized group road runs. Distances vary from around 3-7 miles catering for different running needs.

1st Thursday of the month - Loop Night - whole Club is invited to run a set 'loop course'. Standard course is 4.2 miles, can be shortened to 5km. Runners run at own effort level.

Other Thursdays will include a training session led by our Leaders in Running Fitness (LiRFS) or Coaches around Brighton and Hove.

Wednesday morning: A club run along the seafront. Approximately 8K but slower, shorter options are available.

Friday morning: Yoga for runners hosted by a qualified yoga teacher (also a club member).

Friday night: A social run followed finishing at a local pub. Hosted once per month.

Saturday: Shoreham Farmers Market Social Run. On the 2nd Saturday of each month we run along the Adur River and up onto the South Downs (7.3 miles) with optional coffee and visit to Farmers’ Market afterwards.

Many of our club members also attend local parkruns around Brighton and Hove.

Sunday: Larger group off-road runs (distance usually between 5-10 miles)

Event specific training: Specific distance training also takes place leading up to major local events such as Brighton Half Marathon - usually on a Saturday.

Other informal (sometimes impromptu) runs: These are organised amongst club members and details posted on our member's Facebook page and weekly email.


"Every run is ‘one in the bank, earning interest’. I think about that at the end of every run. Even if you don’t have a great run, you ran, and it has helped you become stronger".