Harry's Rainbow Runners
We are really excited by the re launch of our famous Tuesday night running club, as not only have we moved back to our roots at The Galleon in Old Wolverton but we are partnering with Energie Fitness in Kiln Farm to offer 3 runs a week which aim to support beginners as well as the more active runners.
The ethos of Harry's Rainbow Runners is to support and nurture our members into becoming confident and able runners, but most importantly we don't rush you, but allow you to see your capabilities in your own time. We also have a fantastic social aspect which includes a gathering in the pub after your run/jog/walk, with drinks and chips!
This fits in well with Energie Fitness as they are a sociable, creative and energetic bunch who want to see their members achieve, regardless of ability.
All run sessions are FREE of charge but we ask, if you enjoy coming along and plan to continue, that you purchase a T-shirt from us at £15.00 or £17.00 with your name printed. Wearing it when you're running and even training in the gym helps to spread awareness of Harry's Rainbow.
Tuesdays - The Galleon Pub in Old Wolverton.
Arrive for around 18.45 to have a quick warm up and be ready to leave for 19.00. Meet outside the front, or just inside if raining.
Wednesdays - Energie Fitness, Kiln Farm.Arrive in time to leave at 6pm. Meet outside the front, or just inside if raining.
Saturdays - Energie Fitness, Kiln Farm.Arrive in time to leave at 9am. Meet outside the front, or just inside if raining.
Any questions please do get in touch with the Running team via the Facebook page
OUR CHARITABLE AIMS
We became a fully registered charity in September 2012. Our registration number is 1149011.
children and young people and their families who have been bereaved through the loss of a significant loved one such as a parent or sibling.
Access to support and advice
Recreational and leisure activities to children and young people in order to improve their conditions of life and to reduce the isolation felt during bereavement, by facilitating contact with other children and young people.
Public awareness of the need for support and guidance and providing access to information about coping with bereavement.