The Dunoon Hill Runners 2018 Membership form can be found below:
Payment details are contained in the form.
The Club’s 2018 Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 24 February 2018 at the Dunoon Golf Club. The meeting will commence at 7 pm, with a prizegiving at 7.30 pm, followed by a celebration at 8.30 pm. Please contact the Club Secretary if you wish to attend.
Dunoon Hill Runners will commence training sessions for beginners and those returning after an absence from running on Tuesday 14 November 2017. These training sessions will take place over a 10 week period (not including Christmas/New Year) and participants will be asked to complete a Temporary Membership form on the first evening. A fee of £10 will be charged to cover the 10 week period.
A base level of fitness is recommended.
Runners must be 12 years of age or over.
For anyone between the ages of 12 and 16 years, please note:
- a disclaimer form must be completed
- they must run with an accompanying adult at all times
- the maximum distance permissible for this age group is 2 miles
Attendees will be asked to register at 5.45 pm and runs will start at 6 pm. Please keep an eye on the club calendar for locations.
Trail running shoes are advisable, and a head torch will be needed.
Anyone who is interested in coming along, please let Morven Walsh know.
The Dunoon Hill Runners temporary membership form (for beginners can be found here:
In addition, a disclaimer form is required for children between the ages of 12 and 16 years:
The Dunoon Hill Runners AGM and Prizegiving will be held on Saturday 18 February 2017 at Kirn and Hunters Quay Bowling Club, starting at 7.30 pm. Please forward any agenda items to the Club Secretary – email@example.com. Renewal and new memberships will take place at this time.
Following the AGM, a presentation of trophies and awards will be given, followed by a party (at approx 8.30 pm).
You can find the Dunoon Hill Runners Club membership application form below. Please print it out and fill it in. Completed forms and relevant fees can be passed to a committee member or handed in at 6 pm at the Club’s AGM on 18 February (details to follow). All fees are due by 18 February 2017.
Any member who has not yet renewed their membership is invited to indicate to Morven Walsh if you still wish to do so. Any 2015/16 member who has not renewed by March 4th will be removed from the closed Facebook group.
Membership application forms can be found here.
You can find the Dunoon Hill Runners Club membership application form below. Please print it out and fill it in. Completed forms and relevant fees can be passed to a committee member or handed in at 7 pm at the Club’s AGM on 27 February (details here). All fees are due by 28 February 2016.
The Dunoon Hill Runners AGM and Prizegiving will be held on Saturday 27 February 2016 at Kirn and Hunters Quay Bowling Club, starting at 7 pm. Please forward any agenda items to the Club Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following the AGM, a presentation of trophies and awards will be given. Renewal and new memberships will take place between 7 and 7.30pm.
Dunoon Hill Runners has always aimed to be community focused, accessible and inclusive. Originally set up as an ‘interest ‘ group for those who enjoy running and other outdoor sporting activities, such was the overwhelming interest and participation, the group quickly established itself as a club.
Following what can only be described as an incredibly successful year, Dunoon Hill Runners will formally cement itself as a recognised hill running club in Scotland. Whilst it will remain flexible and accessible to the community, to continue the development of the club and runners, we will be commencing a yearly membership scheme. This will provide benefits such as affiliation to the club, insurance cover, discounted training and club race fees, membership, technical t-shirt etc.
The club will initially have two schemes, ie individual and household. A junior scheme will be proposed later on in the year. Membership will be a calendar year starting from the last day of February, however, runners can join at any time of the year (more details will be given on request). Non members can still take part in training sessions yet we would encourage all who have been involved to join as it will help support the growth of a club which in its first year has expanded beyond the founder’s expectation.
The success of the club will also provide wider benefits for the whole of the community and this has been realised already from mentions in national press and media, as well as attracting companies to host races and for sponsorship.
An individual membership is £20 per calendar year and a household membership costs £35.
The membership application form can be found below, and includes details on submission and payment.