National Lockdown – 6th January 2021

National Lockdown – 6th January 2021

National Lockdown
6th January 2021

 

With the recent government announcement of a full national lockdown, English Athletics has issued revised guidelines for us all to follow.

These being as follows:

  • The suspension of all face-to-face indoor and outdoor club/group activity.
  • The suspension of all indoor track and field competitions.
  • The suspension of all outdoor competitions including track and field, cross country, road, trail, fell and multi-terrain running.
  • The suspension of all face-to-face coaches’ and officials’ education.
  • The suspension of any other face-to-face club/group training sessions, events, athlete camps, running groups or other social events, as well as club committee or other meetings.
  • Indoor gyms and facilities will remain closed.


What can take place?

  • The government has confirmed that individuals can exercise with one other person either from their household OR outside their household. This exercise is limited to one occasion per day and, the individual should not travel outside of their local area
  • Virtual training sessions can be delivered by qualified coaches
  • Virtual competitions can still take place. Click here for a list of virtual road races
  • England Athletics will continue to coordinate the Weekly 30


The full English Athletics statement can be accessed 
here. 

Please do adhere to these new guidelines, thank you.

Peter Goldfinch
Chairman

Maureen O’Brien

Maureen O’Brien
5th January 2021

 

It is with great sadness in these difficult times to report that Maureen O’Brien passed away over Christmas following a stroke.

Maureen is survived by her husband Jack and, both have been members of the club for many years. Maureen will be remembered with fond memories by many members of the club. She will be laid to rest in Trent Park cemetery.

All of our love and thoughts are with Jack and his family at this sad time.

Peter Goldfinch
Chairman

Tier 4 – 19th December 2020

Tier 4 – 19th December 2020

Tier 4
19th December 2020

 

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement earlier this afternoon placing London into the new Tier 4, we are so sorry to have to announce that all Trent Park Running Club organised activities will be suspended until further notice, including any runs planned for tomorrow – Sunday 20th December 2020.

We really do hope to see you all as soon as possible in the New Year. We will update you all as soon as we know anything and we have confirmation from England Athletics about when we can resume organised club runs.

In the meantime, you continue to be allowed to exercise on your own or with one other person from outside your household, and we hope that you will continue to find time to keep fit and enjoy the benefits of regular exercise.

Move to Tier 3 – 15th December 2020

Move to Tier 3 – 15th December 2020

Move to Tier 3
15th December 2020

 

Monday 14th December – The Government has confirmed that Greater London and adjoining areas of Hertfordshire and Essex will move into Tier 3 as of 11.59 pm Wednesday 16th December.

Training in groups of no more than 6 will continue and sessions will continue to be posted on Coacha.

I am pleased to confirm that the Hockey Centre has confirmed they are remaining open for “Takeaway” refreshments only, which is line with the guidelines for Tier 3. This means you can purchase refreshments but will not be able to eat or drink in the Garden area or around the Hockey Centre. The car park will remain open for organised training sessions.

A further update on the Treasure Hunt being organised for Saturday 19th December will be shared shortly.

Return to training- 1st December 2020

Return to training- 1st December 2020

Return to Training
1st December 2020

 

As a running club we are in a very strong place to resume training again. Our dedicated leaders will once again organise sessions for all levels of ability on Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Saturday’s. To meet current England Athletics guidance we will share details of the sessions on Coacha. This will help create safe procedures and guidelines for everyone to enjoy their training with fellow club members. If you are struggling with Coacha please ask for help.

Equally if you would like to know more about the training sessions available the leaders will be happy to help. A generic training plan is available on this website (link below). This provides you with guidance over the next month and highlights the type of training sessions available.

To continue developing the club we can offer support in gaining qualifications from England Athletics. If you are interested please speak to Paul Ward or another member of the committee for details.

Paul Ward
Coaching Coordinator