⭐️Tuesday night session ‘Hills!!’
Meet at Hinckley leisure centre to leave at 6:30pm or meet at Olympic Way, Hinckley, off Leicester Road, near the golf club, about 6:40pm.
Run in pairs, one on one off 😊
Long 9.4 miles
Short 6.5 miles
Usually 6:20pm meet for a 6:30 departure wearing your hi-viz apparel please!
See you there 🙂
Lay-by at the top end of Rugby Road (just before Sketchley Hill roundabout).
Working in pairs…one lap on, one lap off…varied pace workout.
Meet at Luisure Centre to depart at 6:30pm or 6:45pm start at the session.
Non-members are welcome to come along to the first few sessions for free to try out the club before joining.
We have new Hinckley All Sorts sessions starting on Wednesday 15 January.
The sessions are perfect for those looking to get into running or looking to get back into running all while having fun (honestly), making new friends and getting fitter and stronger.💪
Just come along on the 15th – we meet outside Hinckley Leisure Centre. Beginners session starts at 6.30pm and intermediates at 7.30pm. £2 per session.
There will now be no regular club training, juniors or all sorts until after new year.
But Toucan Run is on Saturday 28th and all are invited.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Hinckley Running Club!
Hi everyone, Tuesday night training – meet at the LC 6.30 to start session at 6.40. High viz and Christmas hat or smile essential!!!
We’re doing ‘the hill is our friend’ session with festive fun!! Castle street here we come!
Looking forward to seeing you all,
Mrs Santa aka Aly xxxxxx🎅🎄
Long 8.9 miles
Short 7.0 miles
Ref W03 on the website
6:20pm meet for a 6:30pm departure
Meet at the LC for 6:30, at the venue for 6:40
Train hard, then onto Liz’s house for MINCE PIE NIGHT!! 😋
Long: 10 miles
Short: 6.2 miles
Ref W10 on our website
6:20pm meet for a 6:30pm departure from Hinckley Leisure Centre.
See you there
Long: 9.0 miles
Short: 6.9 miles
Both have options to ‘miss bits out’ or ‘add bits on’!! (see map below – remember to click on the map to be able to ‘zoom in and out’ to see road names etc).
Usual 6:20pm meet for a 6:30pm departure with your hi viz tops please! See you there ?
Last night was the club’s Annual General Meeting which was attended by about 40 members old and new. It is the important occasion when members agree how the club will be run for the next year.The first news to report is the changes to the committee which are as follows:
At the meeting Geoff Oliver announced that he would step down as Club President after 15 years on the committee. He explained this was mainly due to difficulties driving at night and being unable to attend meetings, and made it clear that this was a retirement from the committee only and not from the club! We will still have his final president’s speech to look forward to at the presentation night, and that will also be an occasion to give him a proper thanks.
The role of club president is appointed, rather than voted on. On behalf of the committee, the chairman invited Dave Masser to be the new club president and he kindly accepted.
Andy Lauder is stepping down as chairman after 3 years in the role. Charlotte Sinclair volunteered to take on the role and is our new chairman.
Derek Gordon agreed to become the new men’s captain alongside Simon Wiggins who is staying on, and Greg Pollard is stepping down from the committee.
Sanjay Chamund is the new LRRL rep, taking over from Chris Langham who is stepping down.
Ruth Mansfield has taken on the publicity role, taking over from Charlotte.
The club has created a new role of assistant secretary to assist Liz with her duties (mainly the techie duties!), and that will be done by me.
All of the other committee members have agreed to continue their roles, and therefore therefore the full committee is now as follows:
PRESIDENT – Dave Masser
CHAIRMAN – Charlotte Sinclair
SECRETARY – Elizabeth Aspden-Mansfield
TREASURER – Odette Foxall
SECRETARY – Richard Pearson
VICE CHAIRMAN – Andrea Earley
CLUB DEVELOPMENT – Leanne Byard
MENS CAPTAINS – Simon Wiggins and Derek Gordon
LADIES CAPTAINS – Céline Guéry and Jenny Green
COACHING COORDINATOR – Jenny Green
LRRL REP – Sanjay Chamund
XC REP – Kate Perkins
PUBLICITY – Ruth Mansfield
ASSISTANT SECRETARY – Nick Moore
In the equally important non-committee roles:
- Penny Masser has agreed to carry on as kit rep
- I will carry on doing the website
- Andy Lauder, Emma Thompson and Diane Wildbur will be welfare officers, both for the main club and juniors. I expect we will hear more about this at some point.
A big thank you to all new members volunteering and to all those ongoing and stepping down for their service.
London Marathon Club Place
For 2020 the club has been allocated one club place for the London Marathon and this has been awarded to Jessica Daly.
Membership fees will remain the same as last year. EA affiliation cost has increased from £15 to £16, but the club will subsidise the extra £1 to keep the price of affiliated membership at £40.
Code of conduct
The club has agreed to adopt a code of conduct setting out what behaviour is expected of members. You can read it here: https://hinckleyrunningclub.com/membership/code-of-conduct
- Liz will be kindly hosting the Mince Pie night again, details to be announced.
- Also be on the look out for an announcement from Leanne about a Christmas social night.
- The presentation night will be on Saturday 18th January, once again at the rugby club. Details to be announced in due course.
I have probably forgotten something as this is all from memory. Other things may be announced in due course, and any errors or omissions are all mine! Thank you to everyone who attended last night and here’s to another successful year of the club.
Training- Castle Street Hill Work
Warm up- 1.5 miles
Meeting at the GAME shop by the phone boxes on Castle Street.
Individually or in small groups run down Church Walk and up Castle Street maintaining speed and form.
Recover 30-60 secs at the top.
Repeated for 30 minutes.
Ref W11 : thank you Jess for choosing this week’s route.
Long : 9.1 miles
Short : 6.2 miles
6:20pm meet for a 6:30pm departure. Hi-viz is imperative please.
I’m sorry I won’t be joining you (picking Lucy up from the airport after her 5 weeks of travelling so have a good run and I’ll see you all next week.
Tuesday night training- fartlek at DPD.
*Please bring your high viz*
Meet at the leisure centre and we’ll be leaving at 6:30pm. Warm up to DPD, where the benches are.
Start off at a steady pace towards the A5. Once on the A5 run at 5k pace to the roundabout then drop to a steady pace or walk. Then back to 5k pace once you get to the 2nd roundabout and repeat for 20 minutes.
Cool down is a steady jog back to the leisure centre and stretch.