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Lawley Running Clubs September C25K the course will last 10 weeks and will take place at 18:00 on a Monday and Thursday

Where to meet ~ we meet outside Morrison’s at Lawley under the canopy,

Course duration ~ 10 Weeks.

Cost ~ £10 payable on the 16th September before the first session (on completion of the course and joining Lawley Running Club the £10 will be deducted from current membership fees circa £27).

Start time ~ 18:00 ( meet at 17:50 for the first session).

Days ~ Monday’s and Thursday’s.

Start date ~ 16th September .

Finish date ~ 20th November. (10 weeks) This is a Wednesday as we would like to invite you to take part in our regular club session at 6:40pm

Graduation run ~ 23rd November Telford parkrun.

Dress code ~ as we will be running on the streets, we ask that all participants wear either hiviz or light coloured clothing/top.

Footwear ~ wear a pair of comfortable trainers we will be running on the roads and paths round Lawley, no off road running will be involved. Run leaders can give personal advice on where to get specialist running trainers from.

Weather ~ we will be running every Monday and Thursday, regardless of weather, with the exception of severe weather when the run leader deems it unsafe to be out running. So please dress appropriately for the weather you may want hats and gloves.

Run leaders ~ all run leaders and committee members at Lawley Running Club are voluntary no one is paid, please listen to the run leaders and take instruction from them.

Looping ~ Lawley Running Club has a policy of looping, this enables each group to stay together faster runners will be expected to loop to the back at regular intervals throughout the run, this will be explained in more detail on the 16th September.

Progress ~ each session you will notice a progression in your ability to run, by the end of the 10 weeks you will be able to compete the 5km.

What if I can’t make all sessions? ~ if you can’t make all the sessions each week do not despair, try and get out and complete a run similar to what you did in the previous session.

How many times do I have to run per week? ~ what we have found is that people who run three times per week progress at a faster rate, the club will organise the Monday and Thursday sessions but it would good if you could try and run sometime between the Thursday and Monday session (parkrun on a Saturday morning is a good place to try) again more will be explained on the 16th.