WHEN AND WHERE DO WE RUN?
BADRAT runners meet on a Tuesday at 7.15pm, Wednesday and Thursday at 7pm. Tuesdays we normally hit the Quantock trails, with Wednesdays and Thursdays picking up the Bridgwater South or North locations detailed below**
We also run on alternate Saturdays at 9am at various locations around Bridgwater and surrounding district.
Midweek evening runs are varied run sessions, with routes typically between 5 and 8 miles dependant on the turnout and conditions and run over a set of local routes, mixing road, path and trail, often in the same run! It’s meant to be fun and engaging, a chance to enjoy a group run and learn from each other, to engage with our run leaders and other runners to gain motivation, encouragement and inspiration for your runs outside of the club.
Saturday is a longer run or a technical session, a chance for people training for events or building towards a target to get some miles in with the encouragement and motivation of a group.
But it doesn’t stop at physical runs around Bridgwater. Our belief is that a local running club should support you in all your runs, providing the same encouragement all the time and engaging with feedback, support and motivation. So, we do virtual running too. Challenges, fun-run-tasks and always encourage sharing your runs with us all so we can all share in your awesome achievements!
** Days and locations dependant on interest, check our Facebook page/group for further details on planned runs
Bridgwater North takes in routes around Puriton and Pawlett with river and coastal paths along the Parrett.
With routes typically between 4 and 6 miles dependant on the turnout and conditions and run over a set of local routes, so expect a mixture of road, path and trail, often in the same run!
Lockdown Meet Points: Around the villages/areas listed above. (Please check: https://www.facebook.com/badratrunners/)
Normal Meet Point: Puriton Village Hall, TA7 8AF @ 7PM
Bridgwater South typically takes in routes around North Petheron, Huntworth and North Newton and picks up paths/trails along the canal and through the woods of Kings Cliff.
Much the same with the North area, planned routes will be aimed at between 5 and 8 miles with a mixture of surfaces to contend with and some hilly sections!
Lockdown Meet Points: Around the villages/areas listed above. (Please check https://www.facebook.com/badratrunners/)
Normal Meet Point: Parkers Field Car Park, TA6 6PN @ 7PM