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
Bangor Half Marathon
Emma Bailey - Ladies'Winner
Hellifield Gala Fell Race
The latest in the series of races organised by Barlick Fell Runners.
Buckden Pike Fell Race
Weets Fell Race - 10 June 2017
The race organised by Barlick Fell Runners.
Juniors
As a serious Running Club we are committed to providing our Junior Members with the best advice and opportunities to develop as athletes
Tour of Pendle
Lorraine Slater battling through the snow and on her way to first lady.
Gathering Winter Fools
Angela Donlan & Jen Hird getting the team off to a good start to set up a victory for our ladies team

Race Reports

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Race Reports

  • Scafell Sky Race - 15 July 2018

    This is a tough challenge.  It is 40K of mountain terrain with 3,000 meters of ascent and it was a quite incredible run from Luke Maude to complete the course in just over five and a half hours.

    8 Luke Maude 5:33:50
    99 Tim Pigott 8:34:12

  • Burnley 10K - 15 July 2018

    22 Andrew Carson 39:00
    40 James Austin 41:31
    407 Aamanda Haines 55:47

  • Addingham Gala - 14 July 2018

    48 Tony Duffy 61:43
    63 Richard Treitl 73:27

    75 finishers

  • Baildon Canter - 14 July 2018

    Great run by Danny Mills to finish second in this race and a top twenty finish too (just) for Scott McCredie

    2 Danny Mills 19:17
    20 Scott McCredie 23:18

    67 finishers

  • Pendle Hill Half Marathon - 14 July 2018

    This is quite a new race and is similar in elevation to Hendon Brook.

    5 Andy Berry 1:36:51 (1st M40)
    8 Daniel Plant 1:39:55

  • Skipton Park Run - 14 July 2018

    29 Nicola Muller 24:57 (New PB)

  • Burnley Park Run - 14 July 2018

    276 Graham Wadsworth 37:21

  • Ultimate Trails 55 - 8 July 2018

    A great performance from Lorraine Slater in this 55K race to finish 13th overall in this race and also 2nd lady and first V40.

    13 Lorraine Slater 6:31:56 (2nd lady, 1st LV40)

    375 ran

  • Hendon Brook - 8 July 2018

    The race was won by David Rigby in 1:21:36 and was a great performance in hot conditions.  However, there were some terrific performances too from the Barlickers, who were led home by Tom Corrigan, with three finishers in the top ten and six finishers in the top twenty.

    The Barlick ladies excelled too with Rachel Villiers leading them home in 3rd position, with Jacqueline Collins 5th and Paula Cullen 12th. 

     2 Thomas Corrigan 1:25:00
    5 Jon Cleaver 1:27:42
    6 David Mirfield 1:28:51
    11 David Poole 1:34:34
    12 Andrew Collins 1:34:36
    16 Andy Berry 1:38:43 (2nd M40)
    28 Jimmy Wright 1:43:05
    33 Daniel Plant 1:46:13
    38 Andrew Carson 1:46:50
    40 Lucas Payne 1:47:20
    45 Rachel Villiers 1:48:03 (3rd Woman, 2nd F35)
    59 Jacqueline Collins 1:53:01 (3rd F35)
    65 Andrew Smith 1:53:35
    83 James Austin 1:58:37
    84 Paula Cullen 1:58:47 (2nd F40)
    90 Zac Kaye 2:00:21
    94 John Boothman 2:02:05
    10 Heather Driver 2:05:18
    12 Cloey Mason 2:13:44
    140 Jean Rawlinson 2:23:18 (1st F65)

  • Murder Mile - 5 July 2018

    49 John Boothman 10:15 (1st MV50)
    58 Tony Duffy 10:32

  • Tockholes Fell Race - 5 July 2018

    11 Andy Berry 40:40

    142 finishers

  • Trawden Seven - 1 July 2018

    Lots of Barlickers out in this race and were led home by Jonathan Cleaver for the men and Rachel Villiers for the women.  A good effort by all the ladies saw them come home with the team prize.  Knowing the man, it was perhaps not surprising that John Boothman turned out for this race, despite his incredible 108 mile run last weekend.  Given that he has given his legs little time for recovery, he did remarkably well. 


    6 Jonathan Cleaver 443:41
    14 Andrew Collins 46:29
    15 Lucas Payne 46:57
    17 Andy Berry 47:06
    42 James Austin 51:31
    50 Rachel Villers 52:16
    51 Andrew Smith 52:18
    53 Jacqueline Collins 52:23
    54 Scott McCredie 52:24
    68 Shane Muller 54:24
    79 Daniel Plant 55:04
    88 Paul Elcock 56:03
    105 John Boothman 58:02
    118 Paula Cullen 59:31
    146 Cloey Mason 1:03:30
    157 Tony Duffy 1:04:17
    200 Gary Parkinson 1:08:30
    202 Nicola Muller 1:08:37
    209 Jean Rawlinson 1:08:57

  • Skiddaw - 1 July 2018

    Richard Treitl was out in this 9.6m / 2700ft race and came home in 2hrs 17mins 49secs, finishing 94th out of 99 finishers.  It was very hot with the temperature around 30o, so it was good to get all runners back safely.

  • Lancaster Park Run - 30 June 2018

    2 Lee Parrington  18:56

  • Skipton Park Run - 30 June 2018

    2 Lucas Payne 18:44
    3 Andy Berry 18:54
    6 Alex Mason 19:42
    11 Paul Elcock 20:52

  • Burnley Park Run - 30 June 2018

    307 Sara Hardacre 36:41

  • Cragg Vale - 27 June 2018

    A few Barlickers went over for this race instead of the usual pub run.  It was a very pleasant setting and after the race, the prize giving took place in the local church where everyone could enjoyed a cheap pint of good draught ale.  Andy Collins led everyone home with Carl Pawson in close persuit.  Young Jack Villiers had a great race to secure a top twenty finish and last, but by no means least, Jacqueline Collins finished second woman and first F35.

    10 Andy Collins 30:31
    11 Carl Pawson 31:53
    19 Jack Viliers 34:26
    35 Jacqueline Collins 36:21 (2nd woman, 1st F35)

     

     

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  • Hawkswick Dash - 24 June 2018

    22 Lee Edwards 15:11
    27 Scott McCredie 15:59
    58 Cloey Mason 21:08
    60 Tony    Duffy 21:24

  • Montane Spine Flare Race - 23/24 June 2018

    Montane Spine Flare Race - 23/24 June 2018

    Imagine training for and running in a marathon.  Quite an achievement and great respect to everyone who has done it.  But imagine running in four back to back marathons without a break.  Then imagine a few of the well know fell races, such as Withens, the Lothersdale Fell Race or Pen Y Ghent.   Then imagine adding in a few more hills that are part of the Pennine Way between Derbyshire and Hardraw and mix them all up and you have the challenge which John Boothman took on this weekend.  One hundred and four miles of serious fell running with no sleep and just stops for sustenance. 

    John not only completed this, but he came second in the race.  The winner, Michael Harrison,  put in a tremendous performance.  In the early stages, he looked as thought he might have gone off too fast, such was his lead, but he managed to keep up that blistering pace to the end.  Behind him, by the time they reached the Cowling / Lothersdale area, John Boothman and Matthew Wilkinson were having a fair old tussle and it was nip and tuck between them both.  But John had great determination and he pushed on relentlessly, so by the time they reached the summit of Pinhaw, there was a full nine minutes separating them.

    Both ran on through the night up to Malham and then across Fountains Fell towards Pen y Ghent.  After over twelve hours of running John made the ascent up the end of Pen Y Ghent as Matthew seemed to fall even further behind.  From then on John seemed to dig deep and push on relentlessly until he reached the summit of Ten End from where he could see the town of Hawes and the finish just beyond at Hardraw.  At that point, only a disaster, like crocking an ankle separated John from what felt like a famous victory, even though it was second place.  Luckily, he descended at a fair pace, but managed to keep on his feet to go through the centre of Hawes and jog alongside the river  up to the finish.

    That was over thirty hours on his feet, apart from meal breaks and it says a lot about John's strong mental character, in addition to his incredible physical fitness.  The times for the first three were:

    1 Michael Harrison 27:45:02
    2 John Boothman 30:33:34
    3 Matthew Wilkinson 32:24:29

     

  • Pendle Park Run - 23 June 2018

    1 Jack Villiers 18:46 New PB
    2 Lucas Payne 18:58 New PB
    9 Alex Mason 20:23 New PB
    10 Scott McCredie 20:36
    21 Rachel Villiers 21:34 New PB
    25 Lucilie Pickles 22:23 New PB
    35 Tony Duffy 23:41 New PB
    46 Ciara Duffy 25:33
    72 Marie Beech 30:06
    86 Lisa Pickles 32:16 New PB 

  • Burnley Park Run - 23 June 2018

    15 Ian Cocks 19:22
    37 Derek Walkden 21:19
    301 Sharon Newbold 30:41 New PB

  • Burnley Park Run - 16 June 2018

    28 Daniel Plant 20:55

  • Pendle Park Run - 16 June 2018

    73 Angela Donlan 34:46

  • Skipton Park Run - 16 June 2018

    5 Lucas Payne 18:50
    162 Susan Hird 34:29

  • Podium 5K - 15 June 2018

     Great competition in these races between team mates, with a close battle going on between Matt Lalor & Lee Parrington in the Elite Race and with Craig Shearer and Jon Cleaver in the A Race.

    Sub 16:30 Race

    28 Matthew Lalor 15:55
    29 Lee Parrington 15:56

    A Race
    2 Craig Shearer 16:05
    3 Jon Cleaver 16:09
    9 David Mirfield 16:45
    14 Dan Mills 16:54
    29 Andrew Carson 17:33
    45 Lee Edwards 18:20

    B Race 
    11 James Austin 19:05
    16 Daniel Plant 19:12
    35 Derek Walkden 19:49
    39 Rachel Villiers 19:51
    43 Paul Elcock 19:57
    50 Andrew Smith 20:14
    58 Shane Muller 20:40
    59 Zac Kaye 20:44
    79 Paula Cullen 21:40
    93 Heather Driver 22:22
    109 Cloey Mason 23:12
    130 Nicola Muller 24:35}
    147 Susan Hird 26:24
    152 Jean Rawlinson 26:47 

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