A Merry Christmas and Happy 2019 from Dulwich Runners!

Our weekly training sessions are starting again from Wednesday January 2 after the festive period! 


Every day, 90 people are diagnosed with cancer in London. Cancer Research UK is urging women of all shapes, sizes, ages and abilities to enter Race for Life 5k or 10k events at Crystal Palace on 10th June and 5k, 10k, Pretty Muddy and Pretty Muddy Kids events at Clapham Common on 6th and 7th October.


By signing up to Race for Life, women in London will make a real difference in the fight against cancer. Money raised will help Cancer Research UK scientists find new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat the disease, helping save more lives.


Happy 2018 from Dulwich Runners - Our Tuesday and Wednesday club run nights return this week!

The new year is a great time of year to set running and fitness goals such as performing the best you can in a forthcoming event, whether you have done it before or it is all completely new, and you are wondering what was I thinking! Well don't worry as we have runners of all abilities who have signed up for 10km, half marathon or marathons (such as London and Brighton) in the new year as well as people who are looking to improve their parkrun 5km time, get fit or just socialise. Running with other people should help provide the motivation support and top tips to achieve your goal.  

Frank Harmer 10K Race, 5th March 10am Brockwell Park

10K running race organised by Herne Hill Harriers. All finishers will get a fantastic 70mm bespoke medal. Sunday 5th March 2017 at 10:00am
Brockwell Park, Herne Hill SE24. Perfect for those stepping up from Park Run, a target for your New Years fitness resolution or as a sharpner before your Spring Marathon. Places are filling up fast so get your entry in soon . . .

Enter online at Runners World and type Frank Harmer

New documentary follows local runner Alice Parker

Local filmmaker Sue Carpenter has just completed a short documentary film, Alice and Nana, shot partly in Brockwell Park and Dulwich Park. It follows local runner Alice Parker, a teacher at Dulwich College, as she trains for the longest run of her life, the 106km ultramarathon around the Isle of Wight, on 30th April, in aid of Mind the mental health charity. She is undertaking this gruelling challenge in memory of her cousin Nana, who died tragically in a fire last year after suffering from schizophrenia for years.

Park Run - Saturday 22nd January

First male - Dan McCormack






















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