The club membership year runs from 1 May to 30 April.
Membership costs just £35 for the first year,
which includes a YTRRC vest, car sticker and membership of
England Athletics. For subsequent years the annual subscription
To join us please complete our
membership form (click
here for form) and send it, with payment of the membership fee, to:
Debbie Neal, 1, Grove Avenue, Yeovil, Somerset
If you'd like to get to know us before joining you are welcome to come along to our
club runs, 6.30 p.m.
each Tuesday, usually from
Yeovil Town FC.
Terry Byrne sends an email to
members with snippets of news and reminding them of events and
races for the coming week - and further into the future.
If you are not a club member but would like
to be added to the mailing list please
If you do not have e-mail but wish to be kept informed, please complete
a registration form and send it to:
Terry Byrne, 102 Stony Lane,Christchurch, Dorset BH23 7LE or any member of the committee.
Club runs take place at 6.30 p.m. on
Tuesdays, normally from
Yeovil Town FC
(at Huish Park, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 8YF) except when Yeovil
Town FC are playing at home, when the venue becomes
Goldenstones, Brunswick Street, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1QZ).
Club runs are led by experienced club runners over a variety of
routes and distances.
For 2011 Adam Hawkins
has organised a
members' only 5k handicap to be held, normaly, on the
fourth Tuesday of each month from April to August inclusive,
with the grand final in September - see club calendar for
Beginner and Slower Runner Group
The YTRRC Beginner and
Slower Runner Group meets at
Yeovil Town FC
each Tuesday at 6.30 p.m., for longer runs at
9.00 a.m. most Sundays and there are dedicated track sessions on
alternate Friday evenings at 6.30 p.m. See Beginner and
Slower Runner Group page, the club calendar or Twitter
announcements (on the home page) for updates.
In addition to the Tuesday evening group
there are also dedicated beginner and slower runner track
sessions at the Yeovil Athletics Arena on alternate Friday
evenings at 6.30 p.m. (taken by Tim Hawkins, his work
Finally there is also a series of
designated races for this group.
The group operates under the guidance of experienced Yeovil Town RRC member Debbie Neal
who will give support, or arrange a "buddy" to give support, to anyone who
needs it. It is open to anyone, from complete beginners to
those who already run but don't feel confident in joining
the main club runs. You do not need to be a member of the club and there
is no charge.
If you'd like to find out more contact Debbie on
07728 161 164.
Pub runs are held on Thursdays
at 6.30 p.m.
The routes are usually about 6 miles
beginning and ending at various (normally the same
start and finish point) local pubs. Running as one large group
with frequent stops to regroup this is a 'social' run, suitable for all abilities.
On Friday evenings at 6.30 p.m.
speed and tempo sessions
are held at
Yeovil Athletics Arena or Recreation Ground.
Led by experienced club members Tim Hawkins or Pete Darton they
are a must for anyone, of whatever standard of running, who wants to improve their race times,
at whatever distance.
Hosted and Assisted Events
The club hosts or assists with several races throughout the year. See
home page or click
details. There is also a
members' 5k handicap through the "daylight months" (April to
Club Awards and Championships
The club runs a championship competition each year with points awarded for finishing positions
(relative to other club members) in a selection of designated events.
There are male and female
champions based on each member's best eight results in qualifying races and a points king and points
queen based on total points accumulated in all qualifying events.
There is recognition of individual achievement by presenting
club hats as well as other annual awards - for details see the
club awards and
championships page of this website.
Committee meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month.
All members or those considering joining are welcome.
The club holds ocassional
throughout the year including the
annual trip to
Argentan in France (which includes their local half
marathon for those wishing to take part) in late
September/early October and in December the
annual dinner and