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Easingwold is a Georgian market town in North Yorkshire, 15 miles north of York and 10 miles south of Thirsk, just off the A19.

The Club usually meets on Thursday evenings at 6.50pm at the Galtres Centre (YO61 3AD) on the edge of Market Square. Please check our home page for the monthly schedule. 

During the lighter months we have regular away evenings in other locations, followed by a visit to a local pub.

Membership is open to runners over 18 and junior family members over 11. All abilities from beginner to advanced are welcome.

Make sure you read the information given here and our Frequently Asked Questions below.

If you've decided to give us a try, please go to our 'Join Us' page.


Find out about our club training sessions , what's involved and when they take place


Download our Safe Running Guide (PDF) and our Good Practice Guide (PDF) which aim to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our members.


In the lighter months, we arrange 'away evenings' in the on and off road in the countryside around Easingwold, followed by a visit to a local pub. We also have a summer and Christmas events.

In accordance with the Club Constitution, juniors aged 11-17 must be accompanied at all times by a parent/guardian. The maximum distance permitted for athletes in open competition are given in the UK Athletics Rules for Competitions, (PDF 3MB), page 72 onwards.

 We have three ways to interact on social media:

  • A Facebook forum to communicate amongst club members (closed group)

  • A Facebook page to promote the club and engage with those interested in what we do within the community

  • A Strava group for members to share their training efforts (closed group).

See our Social Media policy here (PDF).

If you choose to become a member, Easingwold Running Club (ERC) is committed to protecting your privacy and processing your personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998 up to 24 May 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on and from 25 May 2018.

We will collect certain information about you which will include your name, date of birth, gender, email address, address, telephone number, emergency contact and any health issues you disclose, as well as details of any coaching or officiating licenses you hold.

Read the our full Data Protection Statement (PDF)

We need to follow strict guidelines in order to be able to meet up as a group at times when COVID transmission may be a risk. See our COVID training Risk Assessment (PDF).