Macclesfield Harriers & Athletic Club

Special Awards Nominations - 2015 season

The awards for Road, Fell & Cross Country along with the ‘Special Awards’ will be presented at the AGM on Friday 18th March (7.00pm) at the Bollington Arts Centre.

There was a record number of nominations for the ‘Special Awards’ and these are all listed below (alphabetical in each case). Congratulations to all those who were nominated by fellow club members – it has been a difficult job for the Awards Committee to decide on the winners in each category.

The winners will be announced at the AGM – so please come along to congratulate them all!

Macc Harriers Awards Committee


Quiz Night !

Harriers' Louise Brown is running the London Marathon, fundraising for the Rossendale Trust.  

She's holding a quiz in aid of The Rossendale Trust as part of the fundraising, details below.... 


Harriers' Summer Ball !!!!

From Barbara Murray.... 'Just letting you know about a good night out in aid of the Macclesfield Athletics Development Fund registered charity. Please let Anna know if you would like tickets, last years event was great fun and I am sure this year's will be too. Please feel free to pass on to anyone you think might be interested, harrier or not - the more the merrier !!!.


Club AGM and Awards Evening 2016....

Hi all, a while off yet, but the club AGM and awards evening will take place at 7pm on Friday 18th March, at the Bollington Arts Centre (the same venue as the last couple of years).

All club members are welcome - the juniors can bring parents and vice versa - and it's all free !


Off Road Training Session - Mon 20th April at the Edge

A reminder of next Monday's training session.... EVERYONE is invited.

Consequently there won't be a Monday night Tegg's Nose group next week.

You are invited to join a club training session consisting of repetitions, loops and hill climbs.

Where – meet in the main National Trust car park near the Wizard pub on Alderley Edge (ask if you're not sure where this is) from 6.30pm for a 6.45pm start. The main car park entrance will be locked so you need to turn in by the Wizard Pub and go along the track a short way then turn right. There will be somebody there to guide you.

After a group warm up we will divide into groups to try out various circuits.

No age or ability limits - just the desire to have a go is all that is required.

If the ground is likely to be wet underfoot, you are advised to wear shoes that will give you grip, such as Walsh or other types of trail shoes.

So come along, spread the word, share lifts and bring cake for afterwards.

For more information or better still offers of help -

Contact Pauline or Bob Lynch 829229 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.