Where to find us and when! Come along and meet us, you do not need to be a member to run with us!

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.50pm for a 7pm start will find us at Peter Paine, Rosebery Ave, Boston, unless stated otherwise, for group runs / jeffs / walks of varying distances and abilities to take us round our fabulous town.  We usually have a 10k (ish), a 7k (ish) and a 5k (ish) route ready to use which is announced on the Facebook page that morning. Everyone joins in whether you are running, jeffing or walking with purpose, same time, same place. We are one group together. No one is ever left behind on our relaxed social runs so please come along, we think you'll enjoy this refreshing approach to running clubs. We even get you up and running! From couch to 5k and beyond so even if you are thinking of getting into running but don't know where to start, we can help you out. You don't need to pay, you don't need to sign up, you can belong to another running club or just be visiting our fine town. If you fancy a run, come along! You'll also find our most up to date posts on our Facebook page (see the home page here for the link).

You'll find us at parkrun too.

It’s free Running or walking in a parkrun event is totally free. You don’t pay to run, ever. And every event is organised by a group of local volunteers.

It’s for everyone Whether you’re young or old, male or female, fit or unfit, able-bodied or not, you’re always welcome. It’s not about racing, it’s about going the distance.

It's forever So long as there is the fantastic volunteers and backers to make it happen, the events will always be free and everyone will always be welcome!

About parkrun Parkrun is such a simple concept: turn up every Saturday and cover a 5km.  It doesn’t matter how fast you go. It doesn’t matter what you’re wearing. What matters is taking part. There are now parkrun events each Saturday in countries all around the world. Each event is based in a unique location like a park, beach or promenade. All events are organised by a group of  wonderful dedicated volunteers. parkrun is all about inclusiveness and wellbeing. parkrun want as many people as possible to feel part of a real local community brought together by these events, as well as the global parkrun family. It’s why parkruns are never more than 5km – it’s a distance that anyone can complete (even if some of us are walking) and you are never left behind. parkrun always has a volunteer Tail Walker who is always last home.

The format of parkrun so simple: register once, then turn up and take part wherever you want, whenever you want.

 

You can read more about the Boston parkrun here including the location details and you can register for parkrun here so you are ready to take part.

If you are still a little concerned about joining in why not just pop down on a Saturday morning to watch and cheer the runners, joggers and walkers on their way, you will get that feel good factor by just watching so why just imagine what it would be like to take part.

Sunday, when folk are not taking part in events or races,  usually brings along a "Sunday Runday" where members will put a run up on the Facebook page as an open invite to come along for a run.

Membership costs just £12 per year

If you would like to join Boston Community Runners then please download the membership form by using the link below, fill it in and bring it to one of our sessions with your payment. Membership equates to £1 a month and runs from April to March. So, if you join in October - you only pay £6 to take you to the club year end. You are welcome to come along and run with us anytime without becoming a fully paid up member, there's no pressure, but there are benefits to gain if you decide to join the community. One of the benefits is your first half price vest or T-shirt. What could be better!

 

 

 

Children

Sorry, children under 18 cannot become members of Boston Community Runners, although children can run as guests of the club in the following circumstances.

Children aged 10 and over can run as guests of the club as long as  they run with / under the supervision of their parent / guardian.

I don't think I'd be able to run........ I don't think it's for me!

I have weak  ankles!........ I have weak knees!

 

“I went along to a Couch to 5K with a group of friends and ran for a whole minute in that first lesson.... gasping for air I thought oh lordy, what have I signed up for here. The lessons came and went, gradually building up in time running and before I knew it the weeks had flown by, the course had come to an end and I could run for 30 minutes without stopping. YES, 30 minutes without stopping!! I couldn't run to the end of my drive when I started! So where am I now? I have run the Boston Half Marathon on the first anniversary of doing that first one minute of running and have taken part in lots of 10k races, as well as most Saturdays running or volunteering in our local parkrun. As well as this I have gained some true friends and explored, through running, our wonderful part of Lincolnshire. I'm not fast, I challenge myself, and I feel great for doing it. For anyone who may feel shy or nervous about joining a running group there is really no need. This is the friendliest and most welcoming bunch of runners you could hope to meet. ”

Terms and Conditions.

Boston Community Runners (BCR) is a voluntary group.

Members take part in group activities entirely at their own risk. BCR shall not be liable for any accidents, injury, loss or damage sustained as a consequence of participation in any running or fitness session.

BCR accepts no responsibility for races or events that are organised by other organisations. Competitors should check all race details and courses with the organisers prior to participation.

Any member, who has any doubts or concerns about their fitness or ability to take part in any session or race, should consult their G.P. or a suitably qualified health professional before considering participation.

To the best of the knowledge of BRC, the information presented on our website is believed to be correct. The group does not accept responsibility for any actions taken on the basis of this information neither does it accept any liability for omissions or errors of fact contained herein.

BCR accepts no responsibility for content that may appear on third party websites that are linked from our website. Any inappropriate language, images or other content on these sites that causes offence is entirely beyond our control and links to these sites will be removed as soon as notification is received and processed. This includes our social media sites. The club holds insurance through the Association of Running Clubs (ARC). Photo's of members may be used as publicity on this website, social media and shared to other media publications to promote BCR.

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...... The Question isn't Can You?.........It's Will You?......