Broseley jogs on

Broseley Joggers have been putting in the hard yards recently, with several members completing a popular Couch to 5k programme, which helps new runners to adjust to a healthier exercise regime. In addition, over 20 new runners graduated at Telford’s November Park Run. Run leader David Warrington said, “We’re immensely proud of them as most had not run in their lives – well, not since the compulsory PE lessons at school! – and they surprised themselves by running for 5km, in miserable weather, and enjoying it!”

The programme is free and the club hope to run another one in spring – find them on Facebook to learn more. Despite the club’s name, runners from outside Broseley are also warmly welcomed.


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