Following the relatively benign ground conditions for the first race at Sevenoaks we were treated to slightly tougher conditions for the second race at Swanley Park. Oxleas Woods looks as if it will be the most interesting and challenging yet with the 5.5 mile circuit providing a healthy mixture of uphills and downhills with some quality mud and a few fallen trees to negotiate for good measure.
Club Fees as agreed at the recent AGM are due from the 1st November. Cheques to be made payable to 'Canterbury Harriers' and marked on the reverse as a membership fee payment. Early payment would be much appreciated. If you have any recent changes to your contact details would you also please advise Andy. Thank you.
It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of Russell Williams on Saturday after a short illness. Russell was a longstanding and respected member of the Harriers, a stalwart of our cross country and relay teams and one who always willing to give of his time in helping out at club events and at the local park run.
Over 600 runners competed in the 14th staging of the Baileys Nissan Whitstable 10K road race organised by Canterbury Harriers on Monday May Bank Holiday morning. In sunny and warm conditions, with only light winds along the Tankerton and Hampton promenade sections, 29 athletes dipped under 40 minutes.
With effect Tuesday 2nd April Canterbury Harriers will be moving to their new training base at the King's School Birley's Sport Pavilion on the Birley's Sports Ground located just beyond the level crossing in St.Stephen`s Road in Canterbury.