Welcome to Chepstow Harriers!
We are your local running club and we can offer you...
…all for £42.50 a year, or cheaper if you’re under 25 (or a student)!
- over 180 friendly members of all ages & abilities to run with
- weekly speed sessions and long runs
- an annual club championship to take part in
- drinks in the bar after each club night
- a monthly curry club
- free entry to road league & cross-country league races
- various social events throughout the year
- a club handicap series to compete in
- car shares to local running events
- eligibility for a draw for Club London Marathon places
- a membership card which entitles you to discount on running gear in specific shops
- reduced race entry fees
- affiliation to Welsh Athletics (£17.50 Seniors, £10 U20's)
We run on a Tuesday & Thursday evening and meet in the Leisure Centre Bar at 6.45pm ready to run at 7pm.
You can check out our monthly training schedule here.
For information & contact information regarding the junior section please visit Harriers Juniors.
We welcome new members. Come along on a training night and try us out, alternatively contact our club coach, Dick Finch (Chepstow 627569).
Membership forms can be downloaded here :
Please contact the membership secretaray (Neil Grant) with any queries (email email@example.com)
Are you new to running? Fancy starting but don't know how?
From time to time we organise a beginners course. We have used the tried and tested 'Couch to 5K' course (C25K) - it's a world proven 9 week programme ending with a 5k run at a local Parkrun. If you can presently walk at least a mile then the programme is for you. Click here for more information C25K.
Also, on our usual Tuesday and Thursday training evenings we welcome runners who can already run at least five miles in under an hour. See here for more information.
However, if you’re not yet up to running 5 miles and can't wait for our next beginners course and really want to get started we advise people to follow the advice on one of the many websites that give beginners programmes. We have found the folllowing to be helpful: