Beginner course graduates
BHWRC Beginner course graduates

If you don’t feel ready to become a full member of Brighton and Hove Women’s Club, you can still go on one of our courses! You may be completely new to running, or out of practice and wanting to get back up to speed. Whatever your interest, we can help you get the most out of running for fun and health, in a no-pressure setting.

Beginners Course

Our 10 week Beginners’ Running Course.

All sessions are led by qualified and friendly Run Leaders with support from enthusiastic club volunteers. The aim is to run the 5k Parkrun in Hove Park at the end of the course.

All you need is some comfortable clothing, a decent sports bra and some trainers.

Weekly handouts, inspirational speakers and discounts at local running shops are included.

Here's just one of the many comments from this year's graduates:

"The sessions were so full of positive and supportive energy. I started many of them thinking there was no way I could do it and each time, with the encouragement of the group, I surprised myself. I'm so proud of what I have achieved!"

2020/21 dates are currently under review.

Return to Run

We all have times, forced or unforced, when we need to stop running. Whatever the cause, it is crucial that when you get back to running, you do it sensibly and build up gradually.

Our Return to Run course is a 6-week programme to boost your confidence on your "Return to Running".

The plan is a walk/run programme designed to ease runners back into running after a break. Find out more and sign up on our club page on the RunTogether website.

"The only feedback I have is positive.  You are all so supportive, its just fab.  I literally couldn't have done it without the group, I had no belief in myself after such a long break. Pass on thanks to all involved"

2020/21 course dates are currently under review.


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"Before the course I was very concerned that as I am so unfit and slow, I would hold others up. But I was never made to feel embarrassed or shamed to be last. I was always supported and made to feel proud of myself.”