Hogweed Trotters Road Running Club
“wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast.” (William Shakespeare)
Accident & Incident Report Form: click here to download
Entries are open for the Hogweed Cotswold Challenge Multi-terrain Race - 5, 10 or 15 miles of demanding terrain.
The annual Wickwar 5km Fun Run will be held on on Saturday 19th July at the Wickwar Playing Fields. Entry on the day is allowed. Registration opens at 10:00am. Entry fee £5 for adults and £2.50 for kids. Entry form here.
The 13th Annual Awards of the Hogweed Trotters Road Running Club was held on Friday 16th May 2014. Awards winners are listed on the awards page.
Well done to all who ran in the 2014 Hogweed Trot 10k. Results now available.
The Chipping Sodbury Parkrun is going strong. Volunteers welcome!
Avon Race Diary now available to download
Fancy trying a Tri: Click here for details
Please send Harry Minas any Photos for the Website
We try not to take ourselves too seriously and we try to make our runs as enjoyable as possible. Sunday morning runs along the byways and country lanes of the Cotswolds in good company are as idyllic as running can be.
The club was launched in November 2000 and has grown steadily each month to over 200 members currently. We cater for everyone from the beginner to the veteran and everyone is welcome.
Come and try a free training run
To find out how to join us Click here
Weekly News & Results
GWR Towpath Series 2014 Entries
Chairman: Bob Bell;
Hon. Secretary: Mark Stephenson;
Membership Secretary: Kim Freestone;
Webmaster: James Rennie
Photos: Harry Minas;
Newshound: Stuart Wilkie;
Coach Coordinator: Richard Finch.
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Regular Weekly Runs
Wednesday 6.45pm: Coached training sessions/regular Club runs
Friday 6.45pm: Club training runs/Beginners/Track/Triathlon training sessions (in summer)
Sunday 8.30 am: Club training/long runs
Friday Track Training Sessions: 6.30 pm at Yate Outdoor Sports Complex
Regular Free Timed 5k Runs
Saturday Park Runs - Chipping Sodbury, Ashton Court, Little Stoke, Swindon, Trowbridge, Forest of Dean, Killerton and Poole.