Tuesdays at the Race Course
The diagram below explains where to park and meet for your walks from the South Race Course Car Park.
On arrival you'll be asked which group you're booked in to walk with. We'll then ask you to wait in an allocated area for the start of your walk.
Hi I'm Conor, head Coach of Cheltenham Running Club.
We started this process booking everyone over a 1-2-1 Coach Call but Christmas and the sheer volume of inquiries mean we've decided to let you book yourself into some sessions with a link found below.
The Coach Calls aren't just about booking in. I want to have a chat with everyone who attends a walk because I'm not going to be able to talk much at the walks themselves. My role at the walks will mostly be limited to directing walkers to their group leaders so they can get out for their walk.
I hope you can get yourself booked in for some walks but also that you'll take the time to book a Coach Call with me. It doesn't need to be before you attend a walk but the sooner we talk the better I'll be able to help.
It should be obvious but needs to be said...
If you have any of the key Covid-19 symptoms please cancel any booking and get yourself a test.
We have not had one case traced back to the club so far and we'd like to keep it that way.
Social distancing measures and guidelines are provided in later sections on this page.
Tuesday Lunchtime at the race course
Tuesday Evening at The Race Course
Thursday lunchtime at the royal oak
thursday evening at the royal oak
sUNDAY MORNING AT THE PUMP ROOM
6kph Couch to 5k
7kph Couch to 5k
7kph Non-stop Runners
If you've yet to join then you're welcome to book three trial sessions to help decide whether our club is right for you.
We have three walking speeds to choose from and the easiest way to know which group is best for to join is on a call with one of our coaches.
We will be crossing roads and at times you could find yourself having to move on to the road to maintain some distance from pedestrians and other walkers.
Please check your blind spot before stepping on to the road and do not be a sheep when crossing. The club, nor any group leader can be held responsible for any accidents.
We advice bright clothing, especially if walking at night. Reflective clothing or accessories are very cheap but could help keep you safe.