Welcome to Bourton Roadrunners' Website
Founded in 1981, we are a small friendly club in the Cotswolds that welcomes all runners whatever their abilities. Whether you are training for a marathon, the local village fun-run, or you run just to keep fit, you will be made welcome.
The club organises two road races each year - the High Bridge Jewellers 10k in February and the Humph’s Hilly Half in June.
The club meets: EveryTuesday & Thursday
7pm for a short 2 - 3 miles
7:30pm for speed work.
A ‘Beginners & Improvers group’ meets at the Leisure Centre Wednesday 9:30am. For more details please email our club secretary, Margaret, at
6:30pm for a short 2 - 3 miles
7:00pm for a longer run of approximately 5 miles.
We meet regardless of the weather; the only exception is Christmas day!
Venue : Cotswold Leisure - Bourton, Station Road, Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2BD.
Susan Hunt in England Vest, taking on the Celtic Nations team at Chester Marathon
Entry for the 2018 Bourton 10k on Sunday 25th February will open Friday 1st December at 7a.m., with a link from this page to the online entry system.
Please note that the Gloucestershire Cross-Country County Championships take place on Saturday 6th January 2018 at Old Down Country Park, Foxholes Lane, Tockington, Bristol, BS32 4PG. Download an entry form from here or visit the County’s website for further details.
The results of the 2017 Humph’s Hilly Half are still available to download.
Further details about the race can be found on the Hilly Half page, with a race information sheet, maps and photos of the course.
The ever-popular Bourton One Mile Challenge, organised by Norm and Ali Lane, took place Saturday 15th July 2017, at 6:30 p.m. This race was part of the Gloucestershire County Road Race Series and was One Mile County Championship Race. The full results are here to download.
Our Juniors’ section continues grow in strength.
Catch-up with our latest race reports, by visiting our Recent Race Reports page.
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