Hart Road Runners is run by volunteers!

Please consider how you can support the club by giving some of your time at a one off event or for a few hours here and there throughout the year.

There are many opportunities to volunteer during the year.

Volunteering Opportunities

Hart 4

When? 13th August 2017
What is involved? HRR volunteers set up the course, supervise parking and oversee the running of the race.
How does the club benefit? This enables HRR to support the local community and encourages new runners and new members to join the club.
Who do I contact? 
hrrinformation@gmail.com

Fleet Half marathon

When? A Sunday in March
What is involved? HRR provides marshals for the route
How does the club benefit? Volunteers encourage fellow HRRs who are running
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

Brighton Marathon

When? A Sunday in April
What is involved? HRR provides volunteers who usually help set up the course and marshal road junctions and crossing points
How does the club benefit? Provided we send a minimum of 10 volunteers, the club receives 3 free places for the following year’s marathon which are offered at first refusal to the volunteers and then to club members & Volunteers are in prime position to cheer on fellow HRRs running the marathon.
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

Hart Sprint Triathlon at Hart Leisure Centre

When? Early May Bank Holiday Monday
What is involved? HRR provides about 12 marshals to ensure the cyclists’ safe exit from and reentry to the leisure and to cover the run section
How does the club benefit? Hart Sprint Tri organizers make a donation to club funds
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

Lord Wandsworth Cross Country series, Lord Wandsworth College, Long Sutton

When? Approximately monthly from October to March on a Sunday morning
What is involved? HRR organizes the Lord Wandsworth Cross Country series. Volunteers are needed for car park duty, race registration, first aid cover, marshaling, timing, selling refreshments – and making cakes!
How does the club benefit? Volunteers gain experience of race organization. The club is able to provide a community event for children and adults.
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

HRR Cross Country, Lord Wandsworth College, Long Sutton

When? A Sunday or Bank Holiday close to 1st January
What is involved? HRR organizes one of the cross country events in the Southern Cross Country League. Volunteers are needed for car park duty, first aid cover, marshaling, timing and catering
How does the club benefit? Volunteers gain experience of race organization. The club is able to provide an event for fellow participating clubs in the Southern Cross Country League. Volunteers are in prime position to cheer on fellow HRRs who are running
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

Hospice to Hospice Run (Phylis Tuckwell Hospice, Farnham to Chase Children’s Hospice, Guildford

When? First Saturday in October
What is involved? Marking the route, seeing the runners off, manning a drinks station, baking cakes and serving refreshments at the end
How does the club benefit? It’s a club fundraising event specifically for the hospices
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

Fleet 10k

When? A Sunday morning in October
What is involved? HRR provides marshals for the route
How does the club benefit? Volunteers encourage fellow HRRs who are running
Who do I contact? hrrinformation@gmail.com

Your local parkun

When? Any Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
What is involved? Marshaling, barcode scanning, number checking, timing, photography, report writing, etc
How does the club benefit? It raises the profile of the club (especially if you wear an HRR hoodie)
Who do I contact? your local parkrun

And if you would like to offer more long-term volunteering why not consider coaching or becoming a committee member?

Look out for details of other volunteering opportunities in the HRR Newsletter.