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​Membership is £20 per year which includes your personal affiliation to England Athletics and your entry fee for the four events that Rolls-Royce Harriers organise..

Welcome to the Rolls-Royce Harriers Running Club...

The Harriers is the Rolls-Royce Running Club, which has been in existence for over 100 years. We currently have around 130 members, including a mens and a ladies section, and welcome runners of all levels and ability.

We are affiliated to England Athletics, which provides running club members the benefit of reduced entry fees (normally a £2 reduction) for races that they enter; eg Pride Park 10k. Members may use the Moorways track free of charge any lunchtime, plus late afternoons on certain days of the week in summer.

We organise our own 10km race, plus two cross-country races and participate in two winter cross-country leagues. In addition we hold a series of track races during the summer season and enter teams in various regional/national athletics and running events.

​​​Club Announcements

The Rolls-Royce Harriers Piggs 10k race Wednesday 11th August 2021

We are really hoping that our annual 10K Race will be able to go ahead this year, assuming that the current Government limitations are lifted on 19th July.  As such, we are going ahead with all the organisation requirements.  

For the first time, pre-entry is compulsory and entry is online via runbritain.com only; there will be no entries on the night.

Link to entry form :
https://www.runbritain.com/entries/EnterRace.aspx?evid=7bba0ec05e63&erid=78bd0fc85967

Although entry is free for Rolls-Royce Harriers, you will need to pay the £10 Affiliated Entry Fee; you will then be reimbursed on the night of the race.
Details of the race can be found here.


Proper Track Races are back!

See the track races page for details or emails on the subject.


Virtual Club events during the Corona Virus Pandemic