Trent Park Triffic Trail 2020 Update – Cancelled (12/08/20)

Trent Park Triffic Trail 2020 Update – Cancelled (12/08/20)

Trent Park Triffic Trail 2020 Update
Cancelled (12/08/20)

 

Regretfully we have had to cancel this year’s Triffic Trail event. The ongoing Government restrictions mean we are unable to obtain any race licences or approvals. We are very disappointed to do this but hope you will understand that in the current circumstances we have no other option.

The good news is that we are already planning next years run, which will be on Sunday 13th June. We are very hopeful that this will take place and if restrictions are eased we plan to open on-line entries in January 2021. If we are unable to do this we will provide a further update here.

In the meantime keep running and stay safe. We look forward to seeing you next year.

Best Wishes
Alan Collingbourne
Race Director Triffic Trail
On behalf of Trent Park Running Club

If you have any question then please feel free to contact us racedirector@triffictrail.com

Membership Renewals – 31/07/2020

Membership Renewal – 31/07/2020

As I hope you remember we have kept the membership of Trent Park Running Club open from the end of the last annual membership period and we will do that until we are able to get back training properly and have the use of all the facilities at the Hockey Centre. We had set the membership renewal date on the Clubtrac system to 31st July 2020 as a holding position. As we are not in a position to renew membership we have reset that to 31st August 2020. This is again a holding position and we will only renew membership when it is reasonable to do so.

Recent months have been very difficult for everyone and as a Club, we have played our part in limiting the spread of the virus. We should be very proud of the contribution of every member. We have put in place a great system for running carefully controlled sessions and I hope you are all aware of these and making use of them when you are able. You can access the details at https://trentparkrunningclub.clubtrac.co.uk/users/login. It would be great to see as many of you as possible taking up the opportunity to join some of these sessions 

I have just had an update from Liz at the Hockey Centre who tells me they plan to open the Hockey Centre on selected days from Tuesday next week (4th). They will be open on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday and Sunday mornings. This is only the bar area, so there are no changing/showering facilities and seating will be in the garden.

Please, everyone, stay safe and enjoy your running in the sun

Special Notice – 20/07/2020

Update from Coaching Coordinator, Paul Ward, on 20/07/2020

Special Notice

Following the latest Government announcements and an England Athletics update statement, we are pleased to be able to inform members that formal training sessions are now being held again, albeit with limited availability initially. In order to maintain members safety and meet Government and EA guidelines we have introduced some important changes including a “Booking Form” to confirm sessions being held and your attendance. Further details of the Booking form and sessions are available by the “members log-in” section.

 Unfortunately we cannot accept applications for new members but please leave your details by e-mailing hello@trentparkrc.com and we will contact you as soon as the situation changes.

 As a club we will continue to act responsibly, protecting our members and the community that we run in. Enjoy your running in this new world.

We have during this period added an addtional code of conduct and this can be found at https://www.trentparkrc.com/about-us/constitution/covid19-additions-to-code-of-conduct-view/

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update – 31/05/2020

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update – 31/05/2020

Update from Communication Officer, James Joy, on Sunday 31/5/2020

Update on club activities

As lockdown measures start to easy we are looking at when and how we can return to formal club activities.

As well as government restriction and suggestion we do, as a registered club, have to follow the guidance of England Athletics. The currently still recommend that club do not return to formal training and have suspended all competitions until the end of June. We also need to coordinate with other parties as well, Enfield Council, Southgate Hockey Centre, etc, and we will update you once we have any form of go ahead.

Our membership was due to renew on the 1st April 2020. However, we have extended the 2019-2020 membership until such time as we can re-start formal club activities. Therefore, please do not pay any renewal fees and if you would like to join once we re-start please email membership@trentparkrc.com .

Members over the past few months have been involved with various online activities and social media projects (see our social media feed below). We have our very our Virtual Handicap that anyone can do, we have restarted our YouTube channel, which has some great content on this, and have various other virtual activities, quizzes, Zwift training, Yoga, etc.

Once we have any further updates we will let you all know.

James Joy

Virtual Handicap -Chart of Runs

Virtual Handicap List of Runs

With the cancellation of the handicap for the next few months, we have set up a virtual version of this to allow people to submit their runs. Does not could towards the normal handicap tables.

Please see https://www.trentparkrc.com/news/handicap-goes-virtual/ for full details

 

Use the Select Runner option at the top of the screen to update the graph at the bottom of the page.


Supported by
Bike and Run

Bike and Run are a specialist one-stop-shop selling bikes, clothing and shoes for cyclists, triathletes, runners and swimmers, based in East Finchley. They support the handicap series with a prize for the most improved male and female runners and offer a 15% discount on running items to anyone showing their handicap number in store.

Bike and Run, 128 High Rd, East Finchley, London N2 9ED

Virtual Handicap – List of Runs

Virtual Handicap List of Runs

With the cancellation of the handicap for the next few months, we have set up a virtual version of this to allow people to submit their runs. Does not could towards the normal handicap tables.

Please see https://www.trentparkrc.com/news/handicap-goes-virtual/ for full details

Supported by
Bike and Run

Bike and Run are a specialist one-stop-shop selling bikes, clothing and shoes for cyclists, triathletes, runners and swimmers, based in East Finchley. They support the handicap series with a prize for the most improved male and female runners and offer a 15% discount on running items to anyone showing their handicap number in store.

Bike and Run, 128 High Rd, East Finchley, London N2 9ED