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

Fancy trying out the Windmilers? Here's how

Whether you are new to running, or new to the area, fast or slow, you're very welcome to come along & try out a  couple of Windmilers' sessions before committing to membership - a good introduction is to come along on a Sunday morning when we meet at 10 am at Wimbledon Windmill; the coach-led groups will head out for 3, 5, or 7 miles, with stops, and no one gets left behind; another option is to try one of our Tuesday or Thursday evening sessions from Belgrave Hall, Denmark Rd, Wimbledon, London SW19 4PG at 7.15pm - any queries, just drop a line to enquiry@windmilers.org.uk

Come along to Windmilers' midweek training

Whether you've never been to Windmilers'  midweek training or just haven't been for a long time - why not give it a go?  We meet at Belgrave Hall (Wimbledon Village) on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Get there in good time (we start at 7.15), ring the bell, and the coach will buzz you in.  We meet upstairs in the back room; there are changing rooms and showers.  

Darkness Dash - night run (for members) on Thursday November 23

Runners, come along to Belgrave Hall at 7pm for 7.15pm; you must bring a torch - remember to check it's working before you come.  The 3.5 mile run will be timed but is not necessarily a race - remember the terrain will be muddy and uneven, and torchlight makes everything look flatter than it really is, so just come along ready to enjoy the experience;  the route map is here and some tips for running at night.

The latest Waffle is out now!

The club's latest quarterly newsletter, the Waffle, is ready to read here (you need to be logged on to read it).   Printed copies will be available on the weekend and at training sessions.  If members want a copy sent to them, they need to email Sally, the editor, their details to the waffle@windmilers.org.uk address.

Club ballot for the London Marathon

If you missed out on the public ballot for the London Marathon 2018, you've got a second chance to get in via the club's marathon ballot - the criteria for entry include volunteering and/or running for the club in team events.  You can gain those brownie points by running in Saturday's cross-country events or the November Mabac, and by volunteering to marshal at the upcoming Night Run.

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