At Halifax Harriers we welcome anyone who wants to improve their performance, whatever their athletic event, whatever their background, abilities or disabilities. Whether it's an 8 year old learning the fundamentals of movement or the 70 year old defying the years or the middle aged athlete returning to the sport when work and family commitments finally allow. We're happy to see them at Spring Hall and there's a team of dedicated Track and Field coaches and Road Running Group Leaders for all abilities ready to help them to improve. Our members not only receive excellent coaching, but we provide subsidised travel to some races for both junior and senior members. In addition, you receive a discount on club kit when you join.
You are welcome to train with the Harriers for four weeks before joining the club. There is a fee of £2.00 per training session until you join the club after which training sessions are free as part of membership. You will find information about when and where we train on our TRAINING PAGE. training page.
Fill out a membership form which can be downloaded below or pick up a copy in the Clubhouse. We accept cash or cheques for the fee made out to Halifax Harriers. Bring them to a training session 15 minutes before the start time.
Thats it!Senior Membership Form January 2022 Junior Membership Form January 2022
Until further notice, due to the high demand for places in our Junior Section (under 16 years), we are not accepting applications from new members who only wish to train for general fitness, or to improve their fitness for another sport (football, rugby, netball etc).
However we are still accepting new members who promise to compete for the club when they are fit/ready to take part in competitions.
We are still taking applications for membership from those who are 11 years and older who wish to join the disability group, who train at 7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Halifax Harriers is committed to ensuring that all members can participate in club activities in an enjoyable and safe environment. All children and adults at risk are entitled to a duty of care and to be protected from abuse. This outlines the club’s approach, responsibilities and policy & procedures to safeguarding of children and adults at risk.
Halifax Harriers commits to the England Athletics safeguarding policies in their entirety:
• (Links to UKA policies) UK Athletics & HCAF Child Safeguarding Policy - Resources (englandathletics.org)
We aim to support all club members, parents and carers, Coaches, Leaders, Guide Runners, Volunteers and Committee members, to apply these policies locally.
Welfare Officers contact details:
Mark Gaughan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Greenwood: email@example.com
|Membership Type||Fee||Track Use *|
|* Tuesday and Thursday nights only.|
|Seniors - Joining in January 2022 - August 2022. Lasts to 31st March 2023||£50||Free|
|Juniors - Joining in January 2022 - August 2022. Lasts to 31st March 2023||£50||Free|
|Students (not living at home)||£40||Free|
|SECOND CLAIM. Those who are members of another running club||£35||Free|
|Coaches (not training or competing)||Free||Free|
|Seniors - Joining in September 2022 - December 2022. Lasts to 31st March 2023||£30||Free|
|Juniors - Joining in September 2022 - December 2022. Lasts to 31st March 2023||£30||Free|
|SECOND CLAIM. ptember 2022 - December 2022. Lasts to 31st March 2023||£30||Free|
Membership purchased September - December 2021 will run till the end of March 2023 (£30).
Membership purchased from 1st Januaryer 2022 will run till the end of March 2023 (£50).
If you require any additional information, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01274 814 632 and ask for Raymond.