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Claygate Recreation Ground

Claygate Recreation ground is the main recreation ground in the village of Claygate and is managed by a charity called Claygate Recreation Ground Trust. The main entrance to the ground is via Church rd, KT10 0JP.

Where we meet: At the Church rd entrance

Parking: There are 3 car parks in the village which can be used. If you do choose to park on the road side please be considerate of local residents and other drivers.

Facilities: There are public WC's by the main entrance and a small cafe in the temporary portakabins until the main Clubhouse is rebuilt.

Ladywell Fields, Lewisham

Ladywell Fields runs behind Lewisham High Street, starting from behind Lewisham Hospital. These fields extend from Ladywell to Catford, and they have undergone a major improvement making them a perfect location for running. Glendales manages Ladywell Fields.

Where we meet: At the Ladywell (northern) end of the park. Enter the park from the Ladywell Rd entrance on the railway bridge. We meet just down the hill at the red brick public WC and Cafe building next to a small playground with a pirate ship.  

How to get there

Rail: Ladywell train station is nearest; Catford is a 10-minute walk; and Lewisham train and DLR is a 15-minute walk.

Car: The best places to park are on Adelaide Avenue or Ladywell Road, both of which are a 5- minutes walk from where we meet.

Bicycle: There are cycle racks where we meet so you can lock your bike.

Facilities: Toilet and cafe (when open).

Blackheath, Lewisham

Blackheath is criss-crossed with paths, and well-lit at night, making it an ideal location for running training.

Where we meet: By a bench on the west side of All Saints church, which is in the southern section of Blackheath. 

How to get there

Blackheath is between Blackheath Village and the A2.

Rail: Blackheath train station is nearest.

Car: The best places to park are at Blackheath train station, which is pay-and-display, or on the adjacent roads, some of which have metered parking.

Bicycle: There are no cycle racks where we meet but it is possible to find a place to lock your bike.

Facilities: None. The nearest public toilets are in Greenwich park, when open. 

Hampton Court

Hampton Court train station is situated within close proximity of the river Thames. The session warm up will take place on Cigarette Island followed by the main session which will take you along the river path heading towards Kingston upon Thames.

Where we meet: Outside the front of the train station by the Royal Mail letter box.

How to get there

Rail: Hampton Court Train station is the nearest.

Car: Whilst there is a car park at Hampton Court Train Station, on weekends you can only pay a full day rate. There is parking on the local roads as most parking restrictions don’t apply on Saturdays. Summer rd is also a good place to park and only a 5 min walk from the train station.

Bicycle: There are cycle racks at the train station for you to lock your bike.

The Harrier Centre, West Ewell

This recently renovated athletics track is the location for the Half Marathon Training course. See here for the full address:

There is a £2 charge per person to use this facility.

Where we meet: in the entrance foyer

How to get there

Rail: Ewell West train station is a 7 min walk from the track

Car: There is a car park at the track

Bicycle: There are several places to lock up your bike

Kingsmeadow Track, Kingston upon Thames

Located off the Kingston rd, this is an excellent track facility for training. See here for the full address

There is a £3.3 charge per person to use this facility.

Where we meet: in the foyer

How to get there:

Rail: New Malden and Norbiton are the nearest train stations

Car: There is a car park at the track

Bicycle: There are bicycle racks



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