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

There were some good performances on show tonight from the Barlickers, none more so than Jacqueline Collins who won the ladies race and Craig Shearer and Jon Cleaver who came 2nd and 3rd respectively in the overall race.  Carl Pawson put in a good performance too to finish 1st M45.

2 Craig Shearer 34:33
3 Jon Cleaver 35:33
7 Nick Treitl 36:19
13 Andrew Collins 37:32
15 James Tingle 37:53
18 Carl Pawson 38:24 (1st M45)
21 Lee Edwards 38:33
22 Andy Berry 38:55
23 Andrew Carson 39:09
42 James Austin 41:10
48 Jacqueline Collins 41:34 (1st Female, 1st F35)
53 Scott McCredie 41:53
66 Paul Elcock 42:51
72 Derek Walkden 43:21
73 Jennifer Hird 43:22 (2nd F35)
78 Zac Kaye 43:49
93 Andrew Smith 44:55
110 Danny Butterworth 46:37
118 Heather Driver 47:17 (3rd F35)
120 Paula Cullen 47:33
137 Cloey Mason 50:34 (3rd F45)
151 Nicola Muller 52:49
186 Susan Hird 58:03 (2nd F60)

2 Nick Treitl 22:13
29 Tony Duffy 35:35

8 Ben Hoyle 30:46
12 Andrew Driver 31:20
18 Scott McCredie 32:22

Today both the mens and ladies A team's had to settle for third place but given the weather conditions and last minute changes due to injury this was not too much a disappointment, it was also the ladies teams highest finishing position. Special mention must go to Lorraine Slater and Sarah Jarvis who got the ladies off to a great start along with equaling the first leg record. 

3 Barlick A - 6:28:11
Leg 1 - John Cleaver & Craig Shearer 1:19:53
Leg 2 - Tom Corrigan & Matthew Lalor 56:46
Leg 3 - John Whiteside & Tim Chadwick 38:36
Leg 4 - Luke Maude & David Poole 1:15:23
Leg 5 - Gary Shaw & Andy Berry 1:03:26 
Leg 6 - Andy Collins & Marc Hartley 1:14:07 

20 Barlick B - 7:26:30
Leg 1 - Jack Wainman & Jimmy Wright 1:41:38
Leg 2 - Lee Edwards & Carl Pawson 1:05:51 
Leg 3 - David Halliday & Glen Whitaker 50:28 
Leg 4 - Shaun Chew & James Tingle 1:19:58
Leg 5 - Paul Elcock & John Boothman 1:06:22
Leg 6 - Chris Smale & Lucas Payne 1:22:13 

44 Barlick Ladies - 8:19:17 
Leg 1 - Lorraine Slater & Sarah Jarvis 1:29:34
Leg 2 - Emma Taylor & Jacqueline Collins 1:13:14
Leg 3 - Rachel Villiers & Jen Hird 46:13
Leg 4 - Heather Driver & Victoria Peel 1:40:51 
Leg 5 - Rachel Lowther & Hannah Newbold 1:24:24 
Leg 6 - Leanne Dinsdale & Paula Cullen 1:45:41 

228 Richard Treitl 2:37:23 

We had two pairs out at this race which covers 37 miles with around 10,000 feet of ascent. As it has to be run in pairs, the ages are combined together which meant Gary and Pete finished 2nd MV110.

75 Pete Beresford & Declan Bulmer 10:31:33
77 Gary Bradley & Pete Jackson 10:36:57 

13 Paul Elcock 20:40
16 Emma Bailey 20:57
110 Susan Hird 27:38

76 Lisa Pickles 33:13

8 James Tingle 17:24
188 Daniel Plant 29:01
349 Sara Hardacre 37:25

7 Stephen Shorrock 27:32
13 Tim Chadwick 27:57
27 Andrew Driver 31:17
82 Tony Duffy 38:09

1 Thomas Corrigan 29:37
2 David Mirfield 30:48
5 Jon Cleaver 31:24
18 Scott Boardman 33:34
29 James Austin 35:02
41 Scott McCredie 35:59
53 Zac Kaye 36:24
56 Rachel Villiers 36:26 (3rd Lady)
75 Derek Walkden 37:33
76 Jennifer Hird 37:39
84 Andrew Smith 38:05
142 Danny Butterworth 41:57
156 Cloey Mason 43:24
187 Nicola Muller 46:39
202 Eleanor Moore 47:36
215 Jean Rawlinson 49:31 (1st F65)
218 Susan Hird 49:42 (2nd F60)
229 Heather Mitchell 50:36
244 Marie Beech 52:09

7 Lee Edwards 39.31
21 Derek Walkden 44:26
48 Heather Driver 49.24
51 Cloey Mason 50.19 (2nd FV45)

15 Emma Bailey 21:15
68 Daren Holdsworth 25:09
176 Amanda Tarn 31:50
192 Gary Bailey 34:21
196 Sara Hardacre 34:38

10 Martin Carson  19:37 New PB
26 Rachel Villiers 21:29
27 James Austin 21:30
37 James Tingle 21:51

This was the third consecutive  run out in this race for Tim Chadwick.  He had an enjoyable day out and got a PB for this particular race although not for a half marathon distance.

43 Tim Chadwick 1:21:41

19 Andy Berry 2:48:16
27 John Boothman 2:56:27

 Full Results

When you see the name Addison amongst the entries, you know that there is going to be some tough competition at the front of the field.  Once more it proved to be the case.  Last year the race was won by Mark Addison and this year, it was previous winner,. Tom Addison, who took the honours.  He was chased home by Tom Corrigan who is gradually returning to his previous fine form after recovering from injury.

In the ladies race, the name Katie Walshaw was amongst the entries and the conjecture was whether a new ladies record would be set.  As you would expect, Katie had a good run to win the race comfortably by four minutes. but perhaps she needed a bit more pressure during the race to challenge the very fast time set by Victoria Wilkinson eleven years ago.  Nevertheless, it was still a great performance from Katie.  Behind Katie, Rachel Villiers put in a great effort to finish first W35 and second overall.

In the junior race, Jack Villiers showed a clean pair of heels to most of the seniors, finishing in a remarkable nineteenth position overall.  Behind him.Josh Hall and Sam Thom were battling out with each other and they finished in thirty second and thirty fourth position respectively, with only two seconds separating them. The first junior girl was Isobel Hartley of Trawden.

With three finishers in the top ten Barlick won the men's team prize with Clayton taking the ladies' team prize.

4 Andrew Collins 27:17
6 Stephen Shorrock 27:40
7 Tim Chadwick 27:43
11 Jimmy Wright 28:44
12 Lee Edwards 28:54
17 Nicolas Kendall 29:49
 21James Austin 30:35
22 Zac Kaye 31:03
26 Scott McCredie 31:29
27 Andy Driver 31:30
31 Rachel Villiers 31:42
33 Jacquline Collins 31:54
35 Andrew Smith 32:09
37 John Boothman 32:28
57 Tony Duffy 37:20
69 Katie Towers 41:31

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.