5 to 10K

Once you can run 5K then you are ready to take the next step and join our fabulous 5 to 10K programme!  Our goal is to help you develop your new running skills and progress gradually and confidently to running 10K.  From there we hope you will join our Run Fitness and Run Plus groups, we will discuss many fitness related topics, workout den has a review, we can’t wait to talk about it with all of you.

5 to 10K sessions are lead by experienced Leaders who will work with you to improve your endurance and develop your technique.  Our course takes place on a mix of roads and trails in Sutton Park.  We want to introduce you to the joy of trail running as well as pounding the pavements.

These are small, social groups who are all at a similar level and on the same journey together.  With this in mind we encourage you to join us at the end of the course for a timed 10K event to celebrate your ‘graduation’!

Our popular 5 to 10K programmes start in January, April and September so please complete the Join Form to book and take the next step on your running journey.



‘So…as a newbie in January , and someone who hated running I’ve found this an absolutely amazing group of people and leaders. I never thought I’d continue past 2 weeks- but when I can’t make it on an evening / morning now I’m gutted, it’s even made me go out and try a run on my own (which admitedly I hated – but goes to show how much the running in a group is so important).
The leaders know their stuff and pushed me to try the 5km-10km group when they decided maybe the C 2 5Km was not challenging me enough- I’d never have moved up to the next group without their encouragement.
I love the variery you put into the runs, ie hills, loops, moon light on the park. Keeps it interesting.’ Dawn


‘I thoroughly enjoyed my first session on Monday (5k to 10k programme). I was able to even achieve a personal best which was an added bonus! Everyone was so friendly and welcoming, and as i have only ever ran by myself, it was so reassuring to speak to other runners to know that its ok to have good and bad running days, or stop when we need to or tackle almighty hills! I am back again for my second session this evening – hi vis in tow. ‘ Latisha


‘I really enjoyed my run.  I’ve never run in a group and it was very relaxing to not to have to think about pace, direction or crossing roads.  The group you put me with were very friendly and helpful in the initial stuff like doing a warm up lap and a quick stretch.’ Ian (54yrs) 


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