Membership fees

Despite the name, the club participates in all disciplines of running, fell, cross country and road and welcomes applications from runners of all abilities to join us. If you are not sure if the club is for you, why not come to one of our training sessions or one of our regular pub runs. You will be under no obligation to join, but you will get a feel for the club and a better idea if the club is for you. You can merely turn up to a training session unannounced, but it would be better if you contacted our club secretary first (details on the contacts page) and let him know that you will be coming and he will make sure that whoever is leading the group will look out for you. If you are an absolute beginner to running, you too are most welcome to join us in one of our sessions, but please contact our secretary first and he will make sure that you will have a programme with which you are comfortable. Membership fees for the club are as follows:
  • Seniors
  • For members over the age of 18
  • £10/year
  • For runners of all abilities over the age of 18
  • For runners participating in all disciplines of running, fell, cross country and road running
  • Regular training and coaching sessions provided
  • Apply
  • Juniors
  • For members under the age of 18
  • FREE
  • For runners of all abilities under the age of 18.
  • Regular (weekly) training sessions led by experienced runners/coaches
  • Advice about how to train properly so juniors can develop as athletes
  • Apply
  • Non-runners
  • For non-running members
  • £5/year
  • For supporters of the club and club members
  • Support the club and all the senior and junior runners
  • Apply
Race Reports Archive
An archive of all the race reports

Ghyll Golf Club - 7.00 for 7.30
£20 per person
Menu Selection
Starters
A. Garlic mushrooms
B.​ Chicken Liver Pate & Toast.
Mains
A.​ Salmon with Dill & Lemon
​​B.​ Chicken with White Wine & Cream Sauce
C.​ Mushroom Tart
All the above served with new potatoes and seasonal vegetable selection
Dessert
Cheese Board
Please let Rachel Lowther  know if you are coming and what you want to eat.   All money to Rachel in an envelope with name & choices on.  You place is not reserved until Rachel has your money.
There will be a DJ., a load of beer & Prosecco and food will be served early so we can get to celebrate with a few drinks after the presentation.

A great run by David Mirfield saw him take 5th place with Andy Collins and David Poole not all that far behind in his wake.  Good to see a few of the girls out in this race too and they were led home by Jacqueline Collins

5 David Mirfield 55:22
9 Andrew Collins 58:32
11 David Pool 59:12
17 Stephen Chew 1:01:05
18 Stephen Shorrock 1:01:09
26 Jimmy Wright 1:02:30
53 Rob Hodgkinson 1:08:42
54 Carl Pawson 1:08:43
75 Nicolas Kendall 1:10:28
81 John Boothman1:11:07
84 Andrew Smith 1:11:36
90 Jaqueline Collins1:12:07
106 Derek Walkden 1:14:40
127 Andrew Driver 1:16:45
215 Gary Parkinson 1:33:21
216 Nicola Muller 1:33:35
223 Marie Eden 1:35:40
242 Amanda Haines 1:39:41

273 finishers

45 Richard Starkie 56:02

A great run enabled Craig Shearer to not only win this race, but to win it in style with a lead of over one and a half minutes over 2nd place Chris Williams of Queensbury Running Club.

1 Craig Shearer 34:18

416 finishers

Great racing by the Barlick women today to take the first ladies' team place.  Top ten finishes by Stephen Shorrock and Andy Berry enabled the men to take the second team place, with John Boothman making the third counter.    Pete Jackson continued with his recent fine form to finish first V60 and it was a great outing for 15 year old Alex Mason in his first fell race.  

5 Stephen Shorrock 32:45
7 Andy Berry 33:08
26 John Boothman 38:54
38 Peter Jackson 41:03
40 Paula Cullen 41:15
43 Alex Mason 41:44
44 Victoria Peel 41:46
66 Cloey Mason 47:28
68 Katie Towers 48:22

Scott Boardman must be taking his training seriously as he has put in some good performances this year and he clocked up another PB today at this event.  Another young runner who is coming on in leaps and bounds is Jack Villiers who finished 6th overall and another Barlicker to gain a PB.

3 Scott Boardman 19:32 New PB
6 Jack Villiers 20:14 New PB
10 Billy Haines 20:48
11 Emma Bailey 20:54
13 Paul Elcock 21:09
27 Laura Craig 22:20 New PB
84 Donna Milligan 28:13 New PB
106 Cloey Mason 30:54 (after 5 laps - 6.25K).   Time for the 5K -  24:45.

42 James Tingle 21:50
93 Lucille Pickles 24:14 New PB
232 Wendy Duffy 30:21
247 Lisa Pickles 31:37 New PB
279 Graham Wadsworth 34:39

A couple of Barlickers were out in this race.  Scott Boradman came home in 16th place and Rachel Villiers was 26th overall, which was 3rd woman and first F35.

16 Scott Boardman 31:49
26 Rachel Villiers 32:57 (3rd woman & 1st W35)

Young Jack Villiers had a run out in the mile race and had a great race to come home in 2nd place with a time of 5:29.

1 Lee Parrington 18:01

11 Jack Villiers 19:42 New PB

2 Dan Mills 17:44
17 Paul Elcock 21:18
74 Amanda Haines 26:38 New PB
85 Aaron Slater 27:37
90 Susan Hird 27:45

1 David Mirfield 1:52:25 
24 Derek Walkden 2:17:52 New PB 3rd M50

The winning team this year was Dark Peak, followed by Edinburgh University and Keswick.  The winning ladies team was not unsurprisingly Ribble Valley..  The winning time was 4:10:21.  The Barlick teams finished as follows:

25 Barlick A 4:54:43   Nick Treitl / David Poole, John Whiteside / Ian Beresford , Andy Berry / Dan Mills
66 Barlick Vets 5:37:49   Virgil Barton / Chris Smale, Lucas Payne / Gary Bradey, John Boothman / Carl Pawson
111 Barlick Ladies 6:18:08   Sarah Bell / Leanne Dinsdale, Jacqueline Collins / Jennifer Hird, Victoria Peel / Lorraine Slater (14th Open Female Team)

The new season got underway at Cuerdon, with the men looking to defend their championship status and the women, newly promoted to the first division, looking to make their mark at the top level.  The ladies were off first with somewhat of a depleted team in that several runners were missing because of the FRA relays the following day.  However, it shows what strength we have in depth, as the girls who turned out, put on a brilliant show to enable the team to finish second in the division.  For her first outing for Barlick in the cross country team, Sarah Jarvis made her mark, leading the Barlickers home and finishing 5th overall.  Because all of our leading runners were in the V35 category, we finished first team in that category.

5 Sarah Jarvis 22:47
11 Rachel Villiers 23:40
20 Paula Clark 25:42
26 Laura Craig 26:20
64 Cloey Mason 29:58
85 Lisa Fitzpatrick 32:09
88 Katie Towers 32:47
97 Marie Beech 34:07
134 Sharon Newbold 40:07

It was the same with the men.  The team was depleted because of the FRA relays.  Again what strength in depth do we have as those who turned out put on a tremendous show to bring the team home in second place against a very strong Preston team.  Marc Hartley led the team home, with Lee Parrington not far behind and these two were supported by Stephen Shorrocks, James Tingle, Dan Balshaw and Ian Cocks.

14 Marc Hartley 39:25
18 Lee Parrington 40:00
37 Stephen Shorrocks 41:56
39 James Tingle 42:18
46 Dan Balshaw 43:02
54 Ian Cocks 44:00
67 Lee Edwards 45:17
105 Ben Hoyle 47:47
111 James Austin 48:02
130 Paul Elcock 49:15
132 Andrew Smith 49:25
162 Pete Beresford 52:39
208 Richard Starkie 59:05

Scott Boardman was out in this race and he finished with a PB - just!

360 Scott Boardman 1:29:15

About 7,500 finishers

Despite having yesterday's cross country race in her legs Cloey Mason managed a massive PB and a sub fifty time and Terry Lonergan, despite his advancing years also managed the same. 

108 Cloey Mason 49:55
109 Terry Lonergan 49:59

1 Matthew Lalor 17:45 

12 Emma Bailey 20:46
80 Susan Hird 27:42

About us

The main aims of the club are to increase the participation of running in Barnoldswick and to keep organised running as accessible as possible.