On this page you will find information about how a junior joins the club, what to wear and safety issues. The Welcome Pack is opened by clicking on the small button at the bottom of the document or by clicking the document itself. It opens in a separate window in your web browser.
The Welcome Pack and Membership Form are available in PDF formats in the next column.
Membership Enquiry Form
Click this link and fill in the online form to register interest in joining the club or be added to the waiting list.
Membership Enquiry Form
Click this link to fill in the club membership form online to save printing it out. The form information will go to the club secretary. Currently we have a waiting list for the Juniors club, please complete the enquiry form above should you wish to be added.
How to Join
Age: Membership is open to juniors aged 10 to 16 yrs. When a 16 year old junior reaches Year 12 at school they may begin running with the adult club. In some cases 16 year old juniors may be invited to run with the adult club when in Year 11
A Taster Evening: join us on a Tuesday evening at 6:25pm at Honiton Community College, by the main entrance (term time only) wearing suitable running kit. Hi Viz for the winter evening please. Let Simon (Juniors Leader) know if you're coming before hand and if you enjoy the session and want to continue you can then join the club or be put on the waiting list.
Register your interest
Click the Membership Enquiry Form link above and fill in the form to register your interest. If there are places available you will be invited to fill in a membership form and come along to a first session.
How to Join:
You can read the information in the Membership Pack in the middle column of this page by clicking on the image. In the box under this you can download and print the Pack and the Membership Form by following the link . Bring the completed form to a Tuesday session.
How much is membership?
£30.00 for the year paid in advance by BACS, cheque or cash.
In addition there is a £5 joining fee. Which goes towards the cost of England Athletics insurance.
What to Wear
Running is not an expensive sport. When a junior runner starts out they just need a t-shirt and shorts and a pair of trainers. In colder weather, an extra layer is necessary and perhaps a waterproof top. It's a good idea to take along a bottle of water or an energy drink, especially in hot weather.
If the junior is going to stay with the club and wants to begin to enter events then a good pair of running shoes is important. These shoes have better cushioning and offer greater support than ordinary trainers. Popular makes are: Nike, Saucony, Asics, Brooks, New Balance, Mizuno, Reebok and many others. They are available in specialist running shops and the better sports shops. It is good idea to go to a shop where the sales assistants know what they are talking about. Online prices for shoes for junior runners are in the £35 - £60 range, but it is worth paying a bit more from a shop to get the advice.
This website offers advice and has an interesting video of how a correct running shoe improves the runners gait. Shoeguide
The club has an official Honiton Running Club Vest which is worn in races. Members of running clubs that are affiliated to England Athletics pay reduced entry fees for EA events. For these events the club vest should be worn, although this rule is not enforced.
Simon is in charge of kit and usually takes it along to club nights.
Sizes 28 to 48
Price: £10.00 but we have vests that the juniors can borrow when they represent the club
The Jackets were sponsored so that we could offer them at roughly half-price. We hope to raise more sponsorship to continue this arrangement. Sponsored prices are:
Price for jacket £10
Contact: Simon Spiller
Page last updated 17th Sept 2019