Contact and About

Contact Us

Click here to email Jack Nisbet

Click here to email Annette Sissons

If you are currently an unattached adult runner and are interested in joining, you can try us for one month free of any charge and without commitment.

Training Times

Wednesdays:  We meet at 7:15pm ready to run by 7:30pm.


Hayes and Harlington Road Runners,
Hayes and Harlington Community Association,
Albert Road,

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We are based at Hayes and Harlington Community Association in Hayes, Middlesex, 100 metres south of Hayes and Harlington Station on the corner of Station Road and North Hyde Road.

11 comments to Contact and About

  • Zandra  says:


    Typically what do the Wednesday evening runs consist of, how far do you run and where do you tend to run? After the month trial, what is the cost? Also, is there somewhere safe to leave belongings whilst out running?

    Many thanks


  • Emma Cheetham  says:

    I’m really interested in joining. Can you tell me a little more about what you do and what I need to do to join?
    Many Thanks

  • sarah goodrick  says:

    hiya, i need help!!!! im not a very strong runner total beginner, was hoping to join up but am worried about letting the group down. i have run/walked aloan i have signed up to do the half winoder marth in oct did it a couple of years ago in 3 hrs but want to get a good time this year. please let me know when the next begnniers saturday run is if you think im ready to join

  • jasmineassi  says:

    Hi, I am looking to join a running club to improve fitness and get into shape. I am very much at begunners level and have no experience in my sort of long distance running. I would like to join as soon as possible. Please can you let me know when I can join and what the process is please. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards


    • johnshaw  says:

      Hi Jasmine sorry about not replying earlier. If you check on our website under the begiinners heading you can get to our jog it off poster about beginnerss sessions in Stockley Park on Saturdays 9.30. They run most saturdays but its best to check the website on Fridays to see if there is a post confirming that the session is going ahead.
      You are also welcome to turn up wednesday evenings at the social club in Albert Rd. We go off about 8pm and can accomodate slower runners. Generally we dont chase for membership until you have had up to 3 goes at wednesday to see if you like it. Annual fee for the running club is £37 but social club membership is also required at £15 (some reductions for 60+).


  • mrs kaur  says:

    hi there

    just enquiring do you guys do any sort of training for young athletes. My daughter wants to join athletic club. she is 13+

    Please do revert back , my mobile is 07557647969

    • johnshaw  says:

      Thanks for your enquiry. We are a small club and are not set up to operate with juniors, or at least not unless they are running with a parent or guardian. A larger club like Hilligngdon Athletic may be more suitable.

      All the Best

      John Shaw

  • Nathan  says:


    My friend and I would like to come and try a Wednesday session. Is it ok to just come along and start running with you?

    Kind regards

  • Ben Buckingham  says:

    I am a regular runner that wants to look at joining up for a local running club. I regularly run 5k and 10k distances and enter events. Been running since March13 and entering events since October13. I live in West Drayton.
    A few questions…
    What does the running group enter event wise?
    How many people in the running club?
    What days and distances do you train?
    How much is membership?
    Look forward to hearing from you
    Kind regards

  • Paul  says:

    hi, I run/jog 10 to 15k once a week normally from my house in redmead road to harmondsworth moor and back. But I’m getting a bit bored and would like to join a group what do you guys do on Wednesdays and if it suits could I just turn up?. I should add that I’m 56. Cheers.


  • Daniel Lowen  says:

    I was wondering when the next beginner running session started, because I am interested in improving my running skill. I was also wondering if I would be able to use this for my Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award.

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