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Welcome to the Settle Harriers web site



Settle Harriers is a small club based at the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales in the North Craven area, in the towns of Settle, Ingleton and Hellifield. Founded in 1987, we are a growing club with about forty active members. Although most of our members are fell runners we enter several road, trail and cross country races throughout the year.

As a club we organise two fell races (Pen-y-Ghent Fell Race and Settle Hills Race) and are involved with the organisation of several others in the locality. Being a small club almost all the members have some responsibility for some aspect of the everyday running of the organisation and everyone “mucks in” to ensure that all goes smoothly. We value everyone’s contribution and take pride in the fact that families have found the club’s atmosphere welcoming and for a large percentage of our club roll.

Our training night is on a Wednesday. In the winter this takes the form of sessions on the minor roads from different villages in North Craven. In summer they mainly consist of sessions on the hills and fells, with some orienteering events, again in the North Craven area, starting and finishing at one of the local pubs. See the detailed schedule of runs.


We welcome new members of any age or ability and the training runs are always adapted to the make-up of the group with gentler, more social sessions for some, with the more experienced doing more and faster, but with all meeting in the pub later. We have a thriving intra-club championship taking in races of different types and distances.
Membership

The best way to join is just to come along to one of our evening runs (or the pub afterwards) and introduce yourself. We're very low on bureaucracy but eventually our membership secretary, Mike Wynne may like you to fill in a form. You can contact Mike if you have any questions about membership.

NEWS

20 May 2013: Results from the 2013 Settle Hills Race race and photos available
17 May 2013: The club triathlon will be held on 13 July at Ingleton pool
15 May 2013: Please see updates on the Settle Hills Race (19th May)
16 April 2013: Details of junior training for the Spring on the Junior pages
16 April 2013: Details of 2013 Settle Harriers championship and Junior Chamionship
15 April 2013: Training schedule updated with the next series of Monday and Wednesday night runs.
28 February 2013: The Settle Hills race is on Sunday 19th May. This year it is the UK Intercounties Fellrunning Championship race. Details here.
20 January 2013: The results of the 2013 Harriers Winter Handicap are here.
20 January 2012 Results of 2012 championship available: Brian Kennedy and Carol Evans winners.
24 October 2012: Please read this article about hypothermia
5 June 2012: Results of the 2012 Pen y Ghent race available

30 December 2010: See and post pictures in the Settle Harriers Group on Flickr.




For more photos see the Galleries.




Pendle Fell Race 2013
Wray Fell Race 2013

Adidas Terrex Adventure Race  2010
Lakeland 100  2010
Fellsman 2010
Helly Hansen Cumbrian Commotion March 2010
Calderdale Way Relay (Ladies) 2009
La Petite Trotte à Léon 2009 (PDF)
Wensleydale Half Cheese Triathlon 2008
Original Mountain Marathon (OMM) 2008
Bob Graham attempts 2007
Saunders 2007
Easter Jolly 2007

Original Mountain Marathon (OMM) 2006
Richmond 10K 2006
Easter Jolly 2005
Coniston 14 2004
 



Click here to view the 2012 championship information and current standings

Campionship 2011 results

Championship 2009 info
Championship 2008 info
Championship 2007 info
Championship 2006 info
Championship 2005 info
Championship 2004 info
Championship 2003 info

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Event Information:

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For information on events for junior runners, click here


Club contact details

Alex Pilkington (Chairman)
E-mail: alexpilk@msn.com


Andrew Hinde
E-mail:
awhinde@btinternet.com

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