This friendly club, with a real family atmosphere, is always keen to welcome new faces and it caters for everyone from the elite athletes to those people who have never previously run. There is always someone for you to run with and help and advice is available for everyone, from those who simply want to run to keep fit, to the runners wanting to train for their first marathon or race in competitions. Are you one of those people who wants to start running but does not want to do it alone? Are you too nervous to join a running club for fear of being slow and unable to keep up? Wallasey Athletic Club could be the place for you. Based in Wallasey in the North of Wirral , the club meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays, see our guide for more information about our sessions and location. If you are interested in joining us, why not pop down for a chat and join us in one of our training sessions, there is no obligation to join. Our runners are of a wide range of abilities and ages and we currently have about 80 members. We participate in the Borders League, Liverpool and District Cross Country Union and the Wirral Multi Terrain League.
Alternatively you can find out more about Wallasey Athletic Club by clicking on one of the links above or by telephoning Bob Brimage (0151 677 7380) for a chat.
Fees per annum
Tuesday night's meetings start
at 18:20 for 18:30-40 start. Sessions are dedicated to Fartlek,
Interval, Hill and Multi-Terrain training and are run at various
paces. These runs start from St. Nicholas Hall (formerly Harrison Hall) in Wallasey Village.
So come on down and join us!