Please find below details of when the club meets. For a calendar of future events and discussion of races and other member items,
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As detailed on other pages on this site, Sheen Shufflers meet at Sheen Gate of Richmond Park (top of Sheen Lane, SW14), club nights 7.30pm Monday, 7.30pm Wednesday and on a Friday morning at 9:50 in the Pembroke Lodge car park inside Richmond Park.
We try to make all runs accessible to all, though Monday is an easier / more social run with groups doing between 4 and 7.5 miles, though this can be tailored depending on ability. Wednesday's are a more structured session, with different disciplines to each session, ranging from sprints, to hills and all-round body stretching runs. This attracts runners within the Shufflers of all speeds as we structure the session so that everyone remains together.
The Friday morning run attracts a mixed group, consisting mainly, but not restricted to, mothers with children in school, meeting each Friday morning at 9:50 am in the Pembroke Lodge car park TW10 5HX, for a run of between 3 and 4 miles in Richmond Park. This is a social group of runners with no pressure on ability. New runners are more than welcome (everybody has to start somewhere) and time will be taken to accommodate them.
We suggest those new to running (e.g. with less than one year's training) try out the Monday group first and then move on to Wednesdays when you feel comfortable, but you are free to try either session. Please introduce yourself to one of the club members you see at one of the meeting times. Since there are normally at least ten members present at every run all year round you should be able to find us!
During deer culling or for other reasons times or venues of the above may have to be altered.
Membership is £10 p.a. but since this gives you 10% off running gear at most local sports shops and discounts to race entries this will probably quickly pay for itself. You can try the club out for several weeks without obligation to see if it is for you.
For more information please contact us.
Below is a map of Richmond Park where we do most of our training. It is reproduced from the excellent Royal Parks website about Richmond Park, which contains much useful information. Their site can be found