Harriers! Annual subs are now due, so here’s a message from Membership Secretary Shelley COATES:
“Dear Alnwick Harriers Senior Members,
Over 200 of you renewed or signed up to our club in 2017! Thank you for doing so and we (your committee) hope you feel that it was good value for money.
2018 subs are now due and because of an increase in fees from UK Athletics, the subs have gone up slightly to £27 for Senior members, £20 for those over 60, £15 for 2nd claim members and free for Honorary Life Members.
Can all Life Members please email me with all your up to date information.
The online page will go live on Thursday 1st February and we would appreciate all members renewing within 14 days. Here it is https://www.sportsentrysolutions.com/new_member_page.php?recordID=200758
Keeping up your membership will mean that:
*you will be insured to train at group sessions.
*you will be eligible to receive subsidised club trips and transport.
*you will be eligible to take part in Grand Prix competition.
*you will be registered with UKA and be able to represent your club at races including our very own cross country.
If for any reason you are not renewing please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can keep our records up to date.”
All members will be affiliated to England Athletics which will give you a couple of pounds discount when entering races. (Your EA membership card will be posted out directly from them)
Discounts on running clothes & shoes…..
Club members can get 10% discount at Start Fitness on production of their EA card.
Advice from coaches…..
Improve your fitness and performance by getting help & advice from one of our qualified coaches.
Subsidised club trips…..
All members are entitled to benefit. Recent examples have include Aviemore Half Marathon, Brampton to Carlisle 10 Miler and the ever popular Liversedge Half Marathon.
Club social events……
Members enjoy a subsidised Christmas party. Free food at the Wooler/Blyth social, Christmas Parluff etc.
And lastly you will find new people to run with and quickly make new friends.