Tuesday evening club runs – 6:00pm – 7:00pm
The Tuesday night club runs are mainly run along the roads of Burnham on Sea together with the surrounding areas of Berrow, Brean, Highbridge and Huntspill. This session is currently split into several groups, determined by individual speed, but designed to cater for runners of all abilities. During the summer months, sessions are organised to incorporate training on the track, as well as runs that involve Burnham/Berrow/Brean beach or cross country, such as a run up Brent Knoll and Brean Down! A pub is a common reward at the end of these runs.
Summer runs are generally longer, with running times approximately 1 hour, or distances up to 7 miles, whilst winter runs are shorter, taking account of weather conditions and along routes that are well lit to enjoy running safely.
The club meet at The Bay Centre, Cassis Close for the 6:00pm sessions.
The club also has several qualified leaders in running fitness and a qualified Coach in Running Fitness to provide coaching and technical support to improve your running.
Members will also post additional runs, such as on a Sunday morning.
Follow the Burnham-on-sea Harriers Facebook page for runs organised outside of our normal Tuesday night club run, or other social/club organised runs. Members also have access to Spond, where many races, runs and other events are posted.
A selection of routes run by the club on a Tuesday evening classes can be found below including 18 routes designed by the club captain.
King Alf’s – Sea Front – Berrow Triangle – King Alf’s – 5.51 miles King Alf’s – Stoddens Road – Frank Foley Way – 5.68 miles
Become a Member
If you have doubts about joining the club, why not come along to our club evening. Our club run is on Tuesday evening. Each group runs at a different pace, accommodating runners of all abilities. We meet at the Bay Centre from 6pm, with each group setting off at different times. Please keep an eye on our Harriers Facebook page as club runs are published weekly and some groups set off from alternative locations.