See you Tuesday or Thursday!

The Harriers meet every Tuesday at the War Memorial on Hucclecote Road. All abilities are welcome! See our calendar for any extra training sessions and upcoming events.

Parkruns!

Join us at 8.45 a.m. on Saturdays for the Gloucester North or Kingsway Parkrun!

Compete!

Whether it's for fun or you're aiming for a Personal Best, you'll find Hucclecote Harriers at lots of local events including the Cheltenham Half Marathon, the Kingsway and North Gloucester Parkruns, Rudolph Rampage and many more!

Facebook

Keep up to date with the latest news and running chat on our Facebook page. It's the best way to stay up to date with all things Hucclecote Harriers!

Harrier Spotlight

What do our runners say about the club?

Took me an age to finally pluck up the courage to turn up and run with HH - best thing I've ever done and honestly wish I'd done it sooner - the support I get from my running family has pushed me further and harder than I even knew was possible. Every time I want to give up or feel I can't go on there's a sea of orange and green willing me on. Come join the #orangearmy - whether you're a snail paced newbie or hot on Mo's heels, there's a place for all ... No one gets left behind, full of advice and more support than you knew possible, you'll never look back

Sharon

I’m a newbie at the Harriers recruited after Gloucester Half, I was always nervous about joining a run group since I currently pace slowly due to old injury, thought I would hold others up and personally I was frustrated by my pace. The Harriers have been such a good experience for me everyone is encouraging and friendly, great mix of abilities, the faster lot do loop backs behind the slower runners. They are encouraging when they're looping back, definitely the best thing I’ve done to improve my running game.

Richard

It took me about 6 months of being a Facebook 'background lurker' to pluck up the courage to actually attend a session. I'd started a couch to 5K programme on my own so joined the club during the latter weeks. My first session was 20/20 which meant that I could run at my own speed and not be last. Well, nearly 2 years on and I'm still running with the club. My Harriers family are so encouraging that, no matter what speed you are (and I'm a snail pace), we all support each other until the end.

Gill