The aim of the club is to promote and organise 'fell' races in and around the West Midlands.

Mark Bollam's LE Jog Completion

On Tuesday 19th April 2011 I arrived at John o'Groats having successfully completed my end to end ride. I really enjoyed the experience, managing to complete the 896 mile journey over a 10 day period in a total time of a little over 55 hours.

Marks Progress - LA - JOG

Mark passed through Shrewsbury today on his way from Lands End to John o' Groats, he has been on the road for 5 days now, and has notched up 378 miles so far, having spent 24 hours in the saddle. The going has not been easy, pedaling alone, and into strong headwinds, but today with company of fellow fell runners, Richard Roberts and Anna Bartlett even the wind seems to have change sides and gave a little push. 

Alternative Tuesday night run to support Mark’s LE JOG

On Tuesday 12th April Mark & Rachael will be arriving in Leintwardine on Mark’s charity ride to John O’ Groats (see Mark’s LE JOG) and they will be staying with us overnight.

This seems like a good excuse to invite folk over to our place for an alternative Tuesday night run, then meet up with Mark & Rachael over food at our place, followed by liquid refreshments at the Crown Inn, Clunton.

Shropshire Hill Winter Series 2010 - 2011 (Final)

Full Results for the 2010 - 2011 Shropshire Hill Winter Fell Race Series are now on the board, congratulations to Steve Cale & Mel Price and winning the Open Mens & Open Ladies Series, a full list of prize winners will appears here soon, The Prize Giving will follow The Rekin Streak on  27th April at the Buckatree Hotel
Click Here for Full Results 
Click Here for Category Results

Wrekin Fell Race - Results

Results from today's fell race can be viewed by clicking here
Results from the juniors fell race can be viewed by clicking here
Picture from today's race taken by Alistair's Tye can be viewed by clicking on the link below

Shropshire Hill Winter Series 2010 - 2011 (After 5 Races)

Following the excitement of having the National Championships played out on our own doorstep, it's back to the local scene, and I've enjoyed working my way through the names of runners who do our local races, and updating them into the Winter Series Results, you will have to forgive me if I've made any mistakes, I now have over 700 names in the file to sort through, and update, but hopefully I've got it somewhere near right, if you do notice any errors or omissions, from this or previous results, do drop us a line at keithandpauliine2010@talkt

Report on the Shropshire Hills Weekend (incorporating the English Championship Counter)

Compliments fly in for the Long Mynd Valleys Race as Mercia showcases its Blue Ribbon Event

Keith and I would like to thank all those who came and marshalled, helped and supported us on the weekend and also our runners & visitors for coming to the race in such numbers and enjoying the race and area so happily.

Long Mynd Valleys - Results -UPDATED

The Website as been update with Team Results, Mens and Ladies Vets Categories plus the Combined resultsd from both the weekends race added together, please check out the results pages for all the latest details

Titterstone Clee

Well the first race in the Shropshire Weekend has gone well, it's now time for us to gear up for the BIG race tomorrow, Titterstone Clee is a wonderful friendly race, starting just outside the remote village of Cleeton St Mary, on the back of Titterstone Clee, prior to the race the normal discussions were held as to which way everyone was going, the race set off, and from my desired position at the back of the field, it was interesting to watch the field split up and go it's different ways, there are not many races these days which give so much route choice, Lloyd Taggert and Jackie Lee hea

Titterstone Clee Fell Race

Titterstone Clee Race - Saturday 5th March - 11.45 am - For those looking for a shorter race this weekend, or have pre entered the LMV and wish to do both races in the Shrophire Weekend Challenge, please note the following: Pre Entry is not required for The Titterstone Clee Race, anyone can enter, just turn up, pay and run. car parking is extremely tight at the start area,  so car-sharing is advised.  Be prepared to park before the village of Cleeton St.

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