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Brough in East Yorkshire is home to an adult  running group set up with the support  of  Run England back in 2010.  Our aim is to encourage  people to be more active. 

We have a strong emphasis  on
  1.  enjoyment
  2. supporting you to achieve your running aspirations whether they be to lose weight, improve general fitness, to complete a 10K or even a marathon !

We are small, friendly, mixed running group with members' ages from 22 to 70+. Running abilities of the group range from beginners able to run 5K through to marathon runners, meaning there is always someone to run with - and have a good "natter with" to help while-a-way the miles.

For further information see Beginners.  

The group meets 3 times a week:
  • Wednesday evening - typically an easier  run that can be reduced for beginners and novices.
  • Beginners will always be accompanied by one or more experienced runners.
  • Monday evening - typically a 10K and may involve some hill work.
  • Randomised pairs.  On a Monday or Wednesday the group is divided in to groups of 2 ( may be 3 if there is an odd number ), the role of the faster runner is to help the slower by providing encouragement, advice and distraction. The slower tries new techniques to help their ability. Both ( or all 3) must finish the route within 30 seconds of each other.  
  • Saturday morning - our longest run of the set up for those aiming at half marathon, marathon and other masochistic distances.

For more information on meeting times , dates and routes see Meeting Dates.

From what you have read so far and you wish to join us please send an email to

There is no formal membership fee or costs.  Occasionally we do ask for small contributions towards administration cost e.g. web site registration. Prior to your first run with us, we ask that you  read the Brough Runners disclaimer, and bring a signed copy with you . The disclaimer is available in PDF   format.

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Brough Runners 12th May 2019