Why should you volunteer for London City Runners?

Why should you volunteer for London City …

This is a guest post courtesy of Molly. I first turned up at the Marquis of Wellington on my own on a chilly Tuesday evening, a little apprehensive and not knowing what to expect. Having just moved to London I…

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Brendan Foster Welcomes London City Runners Home

Brendan Foster Welcomes London City Runners Home

The London City Runners’ café & bar is now officially open for business! On 31 July 2018, we were lucky enough to have running royalty, Brendan Foster CBE, open our venue. The three-time Olympian and Olympic bronze medalist is also…

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A Home for London City Runners: Community Impact

A Home for London City Runners: Community …

Nine marriages. Three babies. Countless friendships. Improving mental health. Getting over the loss of a loved one. Kicking an unhealthy habit. Starting to exercise for the first time. Finding a base in a city that can sometimes be isolating. London…

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Home, At Last

Home, At Last

“Huge announcement coming soon.” This vague phrase, splashed across our social media channels on Tuesday, 5thJune drew out 200 people to our Tuesday run that night. Was the announcement good news? Bad news? Was the club ending? Would a membership…

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