Some like headphones while others listen to the wind, some study their data and others just run free… Running in a very personal thing. You choose, there is no wrong answer as long as you get up and run.

If you don’t like running alone then one option is to join a running club. These are not just for your 3-hour marathon running freak-heads, the Clubs will cater for all levels and are great way to find support, stay motivated, benefiting from the experiences and advice of others.  For those people we have put together a list of local running clubs/groups for when things get back to some sort of normality. 

In the meanwhile, there is lots of online support available, why not check out the Facebook pages of This Mum Runs Bristol, Lonely Goat Running Club – Chat and Park Run to help keep you motivated and be inspired once restrictions have been lifted.

If you are aware of other clubs that should be on this list then let us know.

Chew Valley Snails

This Mum Runs – Bristol

Lonely Goat Online Running Club

Nailsea Running Club

Somer Athletic Club

Southville Running Club

Portishead Running Club

Momentum Running Club

Burnham-on-Sea Harriers

Bristol & West Athletics Club

Buggy Fit – a slightly different concept for those with young children

Bitton Road Runners

Mendip Hills Hash House Harriers

Warminster Running Club

Devizes Running Club

Yeovil Town Road Running Club

Running Forever Running Club

Cheddar Running Club

Then there is the Ashton Court Park Run, Keynesham Park Run or the Skyline Park Run in Bath – not a running club, but a free, well organised and timed 5k race every Saturday morning.