7.15pm for 7.30pm start
Road/Cross Country running at:
The Parklangley Club
44a Wickham Way
Kent BR3 3AF
Last Thursday of each month
throughout the year – Naked Run from the Parklangley Club. You are
asked to estimate your time for a run of approximately 5 miles; the runner finishing closest to their estimated
time wins the prize kitty. All good fun for a £2 contribution: £1 goes to the prize kitty and £1 to the
collection for the charity chosen by BVAC members for the year. Please come clothed, but without your watch!!
Be there by 7 pm to register and check the route map.
*Notes for summer changes to Tuesday:
of every month, in Summer (April-September), handicap from Norman Park Bus Shelter. Meet at 6.45pm for a 7.00pm
start in April and September. Meet at 7.00pm for a 7.15pm start in May, June, July and August. More
Every Tuesday except the first Tuesday
of every month (17th May – 16th August), cross country from the Bromley
Veterans bench on Hayes Common (far right-hand corner of the
field in Warren Road, which is at the top of Station Hill, Hayes). Meet at 7pm.
9.30am for a social road/cross country run of about 1 hour (and cakes!); there is usually a group of walkers
for those who prefer that option on the morning. Venue changes weekly. (email: email@example.com
of each month, Jane and Phil Greenfield's coaching sessions start at Sparrows Den car park at 7.30 pm for one
hour, nominal charge of £3. This includes a warm-up, drills and some fairly intensive intervals, plus a
cool-down to finish.
Email Phil (firstname.lastname@example.org
) if you intend to come, prior to each session. If you are coming for the first time, please
complete both registration forms form1 - form2 and either email them to Phil or bring them with you to the
We usually meet at 9.00am at the big gate at the entrance to the Hayes field in Warren Road, which is at the
top of Station Hill, Hayes. We have become a very diverse group now with people from Bromley Veterans,
ex-club members, some from Jane’sRunners group and others who might just meet us for coffee. We go out in any
weather usually to the Wilberforce Oak, a 5mile round trip - and sometimes the extra 3 mile loop via Farthing
Street and surrounding fields. As with all our club runs, no-one gets left behind as there
are all abilities. We are very friendly and welcome anyone who would like to join us for a run. For
further details and so that we can confirm that there will be a run that week, let us know you are coming,