Seasoned runner, Social runner or New runner
We all love running, but is there something missing??
Have you thought about joining a running club??
Not sure what to expect??
Following on from the huge success of the inaugural One2Run5k, we are thrilled to announce that the next course will commence on Tuesday 7th January 2020.
Aimed at introducing both new and existing runners to the world of running and correct technique,
Rushmere community runners can now offer you the opportunity to book your entry into the ROC Foxhall Challenge on 9th November 2019 via Run Together.
All participants must be 18 on the day of the event, but there is no restriction ability or the number of entrants from the club.
Recently Rushmere community Runners went ‘Plogging’, when run leader Sarah Hodge organised a litter picking event for club members and their families.
“Have you ever heard of ‘plogging’?” Asks Sarah, “I certainly hadn’t but it turns out to be a fun activity suitable for all of the family,
Introducing the all-new RCR Beginners Running Programme.
From September, following on from the success of its previous C25K groups, Rushmere Community Runners (RCR) are very pleased to offer a completely new style of beginners running programme. This new programme,
Rushmere Community Runners bags £1000 from Tesco’s community grant scheme
Ipswich running group, Rushmere Community Runners (RCR) is delighted to announce it has bagged £1000 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme.
Bags of Help is run in partnership with environmental charity Groundwork,
Rushmere Community Runners’ member Ray Challoner has had an amazing year. Having only started running last spring, he has just completed his first marathon!
Ray started running as, at 22 stone, he wanted to lose some weight and get,
Rushmere Community Runners (RCR) prides itself as being a friendly, supportive place where anybody can join in and run regarding of their ability or fitness level.
The Ipswich based running Club also has a growing number of regular runners who have hearing impairments.
Many people watch the big races on the television, like the London Marathon and
the Great North Run and think, maybe one day they would like to be able to run,
but they don’t feel that they would be able to.