Red Rose Road Runners is a friendly and sociable running club based in Preston and the South Ribble areas. The club offers a relaxed environment enabling you to improve your running ability with a variety of different types of training and events. Although the word “road” appears in our name, we also participate in cross country, trail, off-road and fell running. We are seeking to increase the range of activities on offer.
Groups runs take place at various locations in and around Preston on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday while members often organise their own runs at weekends. During the summer, we also have a number of runs in the local countryside. You will be encouraged to run at your own pace to accommodate our mixed range of abilities and experience.
Group support will keep you motivated and having people to run with will encourage you to get out of the door when you don’t feel like it. Running with like-minded people means that you are able to discuss injuries, targets, races, ambitions and other running issues. It also provides the bonus of being safer, particularly for female runners.
Red Rose are one of the biggest clubs in the area and we encourage potential members to come along for a few training sessions before signing up.
- Weekly Roundup 18 June 2018
The latest inter club race was hosted excellently by Preston Harriers. The 4.1 mile course involved a 2 lap course in the vicinity of Avenham Park . Our Mens’ and Ladies Open teams took 4th place in the seven team competition. In the F40 competition our team of Janine Needham,…
- Weekly Roundup 3 June 2018
Red Rose competed in some exciting events this week. The Bolton Hill Marathon was held on Saturday with some of the club’s keenest long distance runners taking part. It is one of the toughest in the UK. The route follows some of the most beautiful trails and country roads on…
- Weekly Roundup 28 May 2018
In the past week our runners have been far and wide. Lee Burton claimed first Red Rose in the Gothenberg Half Marathon, with a time of 2.24.20, celebrating the city’s 400th anniversary.
In very warm conditions, the Edinburgh Marathon saw Iain Mitchell beat the 4 hour barrier in 3.58.20. Mark…
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- Weekly Roundup 21 May 2018
Anneke Crosby posted the following on the Facebook page. Well done everyone for turning out. “Thank you to everyone who came to Avenham Park last night to support the run, which was part of the run alert project to get people out and about and more active to promote good…
- Weekly Roundup 15 May 2018
The Howgills marathon and half marathon was a big attraction for Red Rose this weekend. The event is based in Sedbergh and the course passes through the Howgill Fells, part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It’s a picturesque setting, but the course has real ‘bite’ with some serious climbing…