As stated in our constitution, our management committee will consist at least of a Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, Kit Organiser, Webmaster and Race Captain.
I joined Malvern Joggers in January 2017. My daughter, Danielle and I decided we wanted to complete the Couch to 5k programme. I soon discovered Malvern Joggers is more then just about running. I maybe be not the fastest runner but I really do feel part of a group when I run. In September 2018 I completed my first 10k race, which was a huge achievement for me. I became the Kit Organiser because I wanted to give something back to the Malvern Joggers who have helped me to be more active.
Webmaster / Mental Health Champion
I joined the Malvern Joggers a few years ago, after moving to Malvern. I completed my first half marathon the following year around Worcester which I loved. My job was a Web Developer and so it seemed a natural fit to volunteer as webmaster.
I started running with Malvern Joggers in 2012 when I returned to Malvern after being at university where I had started to do a little bit of running. I was encouraged by friends to join and really wanted to improve my running. I’ve enjoyed running with the club over the years, and 2 years ago did my LiRF qualification to be able to give something back to the club and lead runs on a Wednesday night. I’ve been actively racing in our Champions League over the last 2-3 years, and now being in the role of Race Captain I’m excited to develop this league and encourage more in the club to take part.
I joined the Joggers in 2014 when I decided to start running again, after a 15 year break. It took me months to work up the courage to come along that first night, but a few familiar faces and a great running group made me feel so welcome. A chip butty at the pub afterwards sealed the deal! It wasn’t long before I was roped into co-ordinating the group leaders, which helps make sure I know lots of you. I was always a 5k runner, but since joining I have taken on new challenges, even a 100k ultra. I never thought I’d do anything like that, and taking part with fellow Joggers made it even more special. As soon as I’m injury free I look forward to getting back on the hills and entering more races.
Hi, I am Sarah and I have been running with joggers for just over 4 years. In that time I have done the following representing Malvern Joggers- the 'Rock n Roll' half Marathon in Liverpool, Joust, Various Mud Run events, Cross Country fixtures along with the various weekly regular meet ups. I am really excited to be your social secretary and I hope to broaden and extend what we can offer all members and their families. I plan to organise a variety of social events that will be fairly diverse,definitely not all about running, so we can build on the Joggers sense of community, in turn facilitating members to make new friends and have some good fun along the way.
Press and Publicity
I started running with the Joggers a few years after its conception, I had been running with its founder Chris Barker and he convinced me to join up. I was unbelievably grateful to the club when they gave me the opportunity to run my 1st London Marathon after winning the ballot in 2008. I set up the Malvern Joggers Facebook page, I look after the Winter and Summer Cross Country teams and whilst Annie Robson is on Maternity leave I am proud to be handling the publicity for the club.