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The club is involved in organising a number of Club Races throughout the year and it is expected that members will make themselves available to assist in putting on some of these events. We like to expose our members to the whole experience of running, training, competing, organising, marshalling and officiating. Members who wish to extend their involvement and experience further can apply for a club bursary to take training courses to become Leaders, Coaches or Officials.

These races could not go ahead without numerous marshals and other assistants to help make the day a successful club race. If you are running, or not, it would be very much appreciated if you could help or provide another family member or friend to help.


There will normally be an opportunity for you to experience these routes a week or so before the event by way of a reconnaissance run organised by the club.


The Imerys trail offers a unique running experience. For one day only, the land of Cornwall’s China Clay Industry will be open for you to discover. The Marathon and Half Marathon routes all take in the scenic trail runs of china clay country.

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Gribben Head 10k

The course is a circular route starting near the Menabilly estate. The course is roughly 10k in distance and there is no split on the course for a shorter distance, all runners are entering for the full 10k.

This is a multi-terrain race that is not for the faint hearted. With some steep climbs and a challenging terrain that is mixed to include coast path, tarmac, meadow and of course, some steps.


The Eden Project Marathon and Half Marathon offers hilly multi-terrain courses around the famous site, following a challenging route through areas of spectacular mining heritage and beautiful countryside landscapes

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