Committee Members and Key Contacts for 2016/2017
Below are some of the people who make the club work. Please feel free to contact them if you have an enquiry.
General Committee contact details email@example.com
Fiona Hemsley - Chairperson
I joined Bromley Vets in January 2013 to help me get enough miles run in training for my first half marathon in Bath in March. I found a wonderful group of friends and 4 years on BVAC is a big part of my life. With all their support I have gone on to run more half marathons, ran as part of a BVAC team to support the Institute of Cancer Research in the London Marathon and gone on club running adventures to places like Tromso, Barcelona and Porto! firstname.lastname@example.org
Kish Hyde – General Secretary
Jeanette Elven - Membership Secretary
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Pat Cliff – Social Secretary
Helen James and Geraldine Turner introduced me to Bromley Veterans at parkrun in 2010 when I could just about run 5k. I now wouldn't/couldn't run the distances without others to run with. I enjoy the training, particualrly those we run on a Thursday night, the varous challenges, the company and the social side of the club. firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Cowie – Treasurer
After becoming a regular at Norman Park every Saturday morning and having done a few 5k fun runs, I was looking for something to help me improve. I became aware of Bromley Veterans directly as a result of parkrun. They seemed to be a friendly club of mixed abilities and I thought I would not be to out of place. I decided to give it a try as a guest at one of the summer handicap races which was great fun.
I soon became a member and later the treasurer. Since then I have never looked back. Well only to make sure there was still someone behind me.
Roger Harris - Committee Member
Peter Howe - Committee Member
Barbara Baker – Commitee Member
I decided to join Bromley Vets AC because older runners were welcomed (I was a very late starter at 59 years old!) and because, unlike some other running clubs, all abilities were encouraged to apply. It is a small, friendly club with a strong social element which allowed me to, not only improve my running, but also to meet new people and make new friends.
In the summer I really enjoy taking part in the Tuesday evening cross-country runs, swapping roads for the woods and fields of the local countryside. Also the Thursday run training sessions are both hugely enjoyable and beneficial, helping me to improve my running technique and performance.
Jan Simms - Committee Member
John Soper - Committee Member
I joined the club after my 1st London Marathon in 1999 as I wanted to improve my running. I was welcomed in with plenty of help, guidance and friendship, which I am still getting to this day. BVAC is a very important part of my life and I value the friends and the comaradarie both running and socially.