Wimbledon Windmilers Running Club is one of London's bigger running clubs and we think it's the most friendly and welcoming, with about 600 members of all ages and a wide range of abilities. Read more

AGM - Tue 5th Mar 2019

The club’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 5th March 2019 in the Lingfield Room, Wimbledon Village Hall, 26 Lingfield Road, Wimbledon, SW19 4QD. Provisional timing is 7.15-9.15pm, although that may change depending on the number of motions and proposals. There will be no club training that evening.

2018 minutes and the resulting Club Rules and policies etc are published on the website.

Relevant deadlines from those rules:

New Year's resolution to get out on the roads or trails? Try the Windmilers!

Whether your New Year's resolution is to run a full marathon, or a 10k, or simply to get fit, fast or slow, why not try one or two sessions with the Windmilers?  Why not come along on a Sunday morning to Wimbledon Common Windmill (at 10 am). when we split into groups that run 3, 5 or 7 miles, and see whether you enjoy it?  Have a look at our facebook page too!  and take advantage of our January offer - 15 months' membership for the price of 12.

Any questions?  contact enquiry@windmilers.org.uk

Waffle Feb 2019

The February 2109 Edition of the Waffle is out now. Read all about the Cross Country Season, the Club Championships, Meet a Member and so much more in this bumper edition. 

Town hall discussion - 19th March

We're keen to hear more from Windmilers throughout the year about topics that interest and affect all of us.

We want you to have a variety of ways you can give us your ideas and suggestions. So on Tuesday 19th March, we're going to hold an informal get together. We're calling this a "town hall discussion", but really it's a chance for you to have a say about the club in a relaxed setting with some snacks provided.

Brighton Marathon 2019

As in previous years, the club receives (from EA) the option of up to ten guaranteed places for the Brighton Marathon (14th Apr 2019). It can be easier to get to than London, and if the weather’s good, it’s at least as scenic and probably just as fast. For 'masters' runners, there's also the possibility of earning an England vest.

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