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

This has been one of the classic races in the fell running calendar and it is good  that some of our younger runners have been able to experience it before its demise.  This race was held each year to commemorate the wedding of Wynn and Steve Cliff at Newlands Valley church on Saturday 20th April 1996.  Sadly this year, Steve passed away passed away with motor neurone disease MND on 11th January.  As a result, this will be the last time that this race is ever held.  However, over the years, this race has been a great spectacle and has provided some great memories for both the participants and spectators alike.  

56 Chris Snell 2:07:55
284 Victoria Peel 2:43:58
393 Katie Towers 3:05:33
394 Stephen Shorrock 3:05:34

1 Matthew Lalor 17:49

Scott Boardman is flying and he got a new PB this weekend by three and a half minutes.

101 Scott Boardman 1:24:40
364 Emma Bailey 1:34:42

Some great performances in this race by the 21 Barlickers who turned out and who were led home by Tom Corrigan who achieved a PB and a new club record.  This together with the other first four Barlickers was enough to secure a 2nd team place for Barlick.

15 Thomas Corrigan 3:10:27
23 David Mirfield 3:13:23
26 Jimmy Craig 3:17:49
41 David Poole 3:25:52
47 Luke Maude 3:28:32
57 Tim Chadwick3:33:08
80 Andy Berry 3:40:22
132 Stephen Shorrock 3:51:45
143 John Whiteside 3:53:29
199 Lorraine Slater 4:02:56
238 Ben Hoyle 4:08:39
302 Luke Wallwork 4:19:00
312 Tom Beebe 4:20:41
350 Garry Bradley 4:27:25
399 John Boothman 4:33:42
436 Paul Elcock 4:38:00
456 Pete Jackson 4:40:32
529 Victoria Peel 4:51 46 (3rd WU25)
542 Andrew Smith 4:53:04
600 Pete Beresford 5:02:39
DNF Michael Alexander 

 

 

4 Jack Villiers 17:57 New PB
18 James Austin 19:36
27 Rachel Villiers 20:01 New PB
45 Daniel Plant 21:35
80 Ciara Duffy 23:19 New PB
99 Connor Fitzpatrick 24:08 New PB
102 Tony Duffy 24:16
111 George Fitzpatrick 24:39 New PB
114 Nicola Muller 24:42 New PB
122 Ted Cockett 24:58
200 Anne Marie Beech 27:41
230 Heather Mitchell 28:32 New PB

4 Julian Hood 19:20
49 Graham Tarn 25:18 New PB
88 Robert Whipp 27:34
150 Amanda Tarn 31:52
189 Abigail Whipp 37:08 New PB

115 Heather Driver 49:39 (3rd F35)
166 Nicola Muller 53:05
229 Susan Hird 57:28 (1st F60)
381 Abigail Whipp 1:18:07

Whilst all eyes were on London, much nearer home, another marathon was taking place.  Whilst the London runners were having to put up with the heat, on the two lap course at Blackpool, it was a case of fighting the head wind each time on the way out and putting up with very wet conditions for the first 9 miles.  Cloey Mason took part and was placed 8th out of 179 women and was 2nd V40.  It was her first sub 4 hour time.

167 Cloey Mason 3:53:19 (2nd V40).

574 finishers

Half Marathon

23 Andrew Carson 1:27:14

814 Lee Parrington 2:57:00
4050 Daniel Plant 3:28:13
7308 Billy Haines 3:48:36
7410 Derek Walkden 3:49:10
9653 Tim Piggott 3:59:20
10482 Hannah Watson 4:04:41
23264 Amanda Haines 5:00:54
DNF Matt Lalor

We only had one member is this race, 15 year old Alex Mason, but what a performance he put in, beating his previous PB by 77 seconds.  

5 Alex Mason 19:30 New PB

14 Anthony Brown 23:10
24 Lucille Pickles 25:09

Pos Team Name  Finish Time Leg 1  Time  Leg 2  Time  Leg 3 Time 
9 Tree Fellas  33.25 Carl Pawson 11:31 John Whiteside 10:51 Andy Berry 11:03
28 Ciara 38.09 Tim Chadwick 11:13 Tim Chadwick 12:04 Ciara Duffy 14:52
31 Big Dave, Surfette  the Puddle  38.53 David Mirfield 10:27 Edie Poole 17:16 David Poole 11:10
38 Barlicks Young & Old 39.53 John Boothman  13:07 Victoria Peel 14:16 Zac Kaye 12:30
56 Colli Wobblers 43.58 Jacqi Collins 12:44 Shirley Smith 19:12 Andy Smith 12:02
65 The Young Ones 46.00 Nicola Muller 16:45 Lucille Pickles 15:19 Aaron Slater 13:56
72 Dole Runners 47.24 Jenna Boothman 16:02 Daniel Thornber 14:42 Emma Pease 16:40
73 Lucky Heathers … and James  47.27 Heather Driver 15:51 Heather Mitchell 18:11 James Fent 13:25
75 Jeeve 48.29 Eve Boothman 16:19 Eleanor Moore 14:40 Jamie Fox 17:30
77 Scrambled Legs 48.35 Lucy Creasey 19:01 Richard Starkie 16:08 Leanne Dinsdale 13:26
81 Show Me The Way to Amariloo 49.42 Marie Beech 18:02 Marie Eden 16:10 Tony Duffy 15:30
86 Eggcellent BFR 52.57 Adam Rayner 16:16 Tabitha Berry 19:18 Caitlin Rayner 17:23

2 David Mirfield 1:26:41

Swim 6:47
Bike 51:44
Run 28:10

88 Danny Butterworth 1:38:36 

 

After playing her her part in the Road Relays yesterday, Heather Driver was back out again today in this event.  It was a 400m swim, a 22K bike and a 5k run.  Her times were as follows;

Swim      5:20
T1      2:51
Cycle      51:15
T2      1:18
Run    25:30
Total  1:26:14

Position 226 - 18th female.

 

 

 

Barlick finished 59th team out of 63 teams.  The individual times and places were as follows:

1 Nick Treitl (68) 32:33
2 Lee Edwards (69) 19:44
3 Scott Boardman (68) 33:00
4 Scott McCredie  (67) 20:57
5 Andrew Berry (67) 32:58
6 Jack Wainman (65) 19:16
7 Christopher Smale (63) 33:53
8 Zac Kaye (63) 21:53
9 James Austin (63) 35:33
10 Paul Elcock (62) 20:32
11 Gary Shaw (61) 31:43
12 Luke Maude (59) 17:13

The Barlick ladies completed the relay in 2:43:10 finishing 32nd out of 47 teams.

1 Sarah Jarvis (31) 34:53
2 Jacqueline Collins (31) 20:49
3 Leanne Dinsdale (34) 22:56
4 Rachel Villiers (30) 36:03
5 Heather Driver (33) 24:37
6 Victoria Peel (32) 23:52

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.