Lytham St Annes Road Runners Club
'Keeping South Fylde running'
Lytham St Annes Road Runners Club is a friendly running club established in 1998. As well as road running we participate in athletics, cross country and fell running.
Each year we organise the renowned Green Drive Five (a 5 mile road race) and the St Annes Carnival 5k & Fun Run.
Whatever your standard of running, come along to Lytham YMCA on a Tuesday or Thursday night at 6:30pm and find out how quickly your running improves.
We also have a session on Mondays for complete beginners.
The Junior Section of our club train on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
You'll receive a warm welcome and will soon see how being a member of Lytham St Annes Road Runners will lead to many enjoyable competitive and social activities.
We were recently awarded Clubmark accreditation by England Athletics. Read more on the England Athletics website
This year's races was held on Sunday 16th October and were yet again a great success.
Lytham St Annes Road Runners took over the Lytham Hall parkrun again on Saturday 13th August.
Lytham Hall parkrun is a 5k run through the grounds of Lytham Hall on the trails and paths through the woods and round the pond and is a course anyone can complete.
A great time was had by all last time - come and join the fun when we do it again.
Thanks to Dave Wood for the photo.
For more information about parkrun and to register for future runs (anywhere in the world) go here...
If you regularly take photos of our runners (or other local clubs) and are happy for everyone to see them let Greg know and he'll add a link in for you.
Greg's photos can be found on his
If you see him around a course with his camera they'll be uploaded to here, though it may take a day or two.
We've recently set up a Strava group for the club. It's just for fun and open to any member to join if you use Strava. Just search for LSARRC and follow the instructions - any problems see Greg.
We don't have many members yet, but this is what we've been up to so far this week.....
You never know, if enough of us join it's possible that between us we may run 1,000 and miles in a week? The land round here is pretty flat so our total climb won't be too much, but a mile or two (5,280 - 10,560 feet) should be possible.