New members are always welcome, and our inclusive approach caters for a wide range of ages and abilities. You don't have to live near to the Howgills but obviously it is an advantage if you want to take part in our weekly training sessions. Feel free to come along to these for a few weeks first before you decide if Howgill Harriers are right for you! Details of regular training events are listed on the Training page , and you can use the contact page for further information.
Does not include EA membership, for those not intending to race
Includes EA membership, for those intending to race in competitive events
Under 25 and in full time education.
Under 18 on Jan 1st
Household with children: 1 or 2 adults + up to 4 juniors as defined above
Free Access to Weekly Training Events
Many clubs charge a fee every time you turn up to train. Howgill Harriers do not charge members for any outdoor training session, and it is only in the Winter indoor sessions when we ask for a small contribution to cover the cost of booking the venue. Visitors and those who want to try us out for a few weeks are welcome to the same benefit for a reasonable time .
England Athletics registration number and competition licence
This is required at some events and if you select this as part of your membership Howgill Harriers will apply for this on your behalf. Junior members selecting this option are subsidised by the club.
Access to club places/draws in major races
For certain events, such as the London Marathon, clubs are granted a small number of places for their members. Please note, priority for London Marathon places will go to those who have applied to the initial ballot.
Free entry to specific Howgill Harriers Races
Members are usually granted one or two free places in events we put on. This can vary dependent on a number of factors. Races such as the Christmas Handicap are also free, members-only events.
10% discount at Pete Bland Sports Dubbed the “Mecca of the running world”.
Be part of ‘Cumbria´s friendly Running Club’ For most members the above are perks, whilst the real enjoyment comes simply from running in an informal and un-pressured environment, with friendly and like-minded people. There are those who wish to push themselves hard in the process, but claim to enjoy this too!!