Our junior section is now full so unfortunately we are unable to accept any new applications for junior membership at this time, we will review the situation in early 2019. If you are interested in joining the juniors please email firstname.lastname@example.org and reserve a place on the waiting list. As soon as places become available we will contact you and update this page accordingly.
Heaton Harriers juniors meet at Heaton Manor School on Wednesdays from 5.00 – 6.00 p.m.
Cost: £2 per session for non-members; £1 per session for members. Annual membership is £10
All are welcome to come along and join in to see if you enjoy it. The first session is free of charge.
The focus of these sessions is on Sportshall Athletics and the development of running, jumping and throwing skills as well as generic movement and coordination. Everyone will have the opportunity to complete the Athletics 365 development programme as they progress.
Heaton Harriers Junior section was started in June 2008 to provide young people from the age of 8 to 16 with the opportunity to receive coaching and competition in Sportshall Athletics, Track and Field, Road Running and Cross-Country.
UK Athletics qualified coaches who have been screened for their suitability for working with young people, deliver all coaching. The club adheres to the UK Athletics Welfare Policy including Child Protection.
The club has England Athletics Accredited Status having gained the Clubmark Award.
At present the club runs one training session per week during the school term but it is intended to introduce additional sessions, with a specific focus, both indoors and outside at local track and field venues.
Juniors are encouraged to enter local road races, appropriate Track and Field events and to compete for Heaton in the North East Harrier cross-country league.
Coaches: Trevor Hopkins Ted Baty Jason Wall Aaron Matheson Phil Green Dave Wright Paramjeet Bhogal
Assistants: Sue Linsley Jonathan Thornton James Green Thomas Green Ben Buchanan Paul Stutt
Child Welfare Officers: Iain McKinnon & Linda Francis