The Robert Ashwood Memorial Fund provides an opportunity for funding for young middle and long distance athletes living in the Midlands. Robert (Bob) Ashwood was a well-respected and well known coach who supported and developed numerous British Junior and Under 23 athletes. Bob’s coaching skills extended to many other sports including football and triathlon but...
Despite the rival attractions of Wimbledon, the British Grand Prix and the Cricket World Cup Final, these were all overshadowed by the return of a 25-strong party from Halesowen Athletics Club for the annual summer training weekend at Hagg Farm in the Derbyshire Peak District. Following a full six month build-up on the infamous Hagg...
Congratulations to Simone Jones who was 2nd lady at the local prestigious Timberhonger 10km race. Kristian Bailey was just outside the medals in the overall race. Well done also to Stuart Tolson as he continues his return to competitive running,
Congratulations to our young athletes who have qualified for the YDL Lower Age Group Promotion match on Saturday 20 July, at Solihull, with thanks to team mangers, Tony Field, Chris & Sian Brook. The club need to provide officials. It is fine if you haven’t done it before, don’t worry, as more experienced volunteers will...
A medal-winning month at the club at Midland and English Championships, plus news of victories in off-road and fell races and plenty of first finishes at parkrun too! Full details in this month’s Newsround round-up below. Halesowen Newsround June 2019
Click below for a copy of the latest version of the membership form HACC Membership Form Card payments can be taken at the clubhouse most evenings
The BBC WM Community Games 2019 is a brand new free festival of sport being staged in Birmingham this summer! It’s your chance to come and try out up to 50 different sports and activities at the world-famous Alexander Stadium, the focal point for the Commonwealth Games in 2022. https://www.facebook.com/events/358933381490627/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/bbcwm_games_june19?fbclid=IwAR3qPAMnJB2e1WF5zvWolhDQDK9d72mVCB-2Tzr6M90FvTadHxNS84pteDI
The Halesowen Athletics and Cycling Club commissioned training on an Introduction to Mental Health. I was delighted to be invited to deliver this training and so pleased this is an area prioritised. Supporting people with their emotional health and wellbeing is ever increasingly important and the club is going above and beyond to show their...
Halesowen Athletics Club is situated on the edge of the Clent Hills which has been our home since 1949 when The Manor Abbey Stadium opened. The facilities at our club enable us to cater for athletes of all standards in all disciplines of athletics from Track & Field to Cross Country.
Get in touch
To find out more call our Club Steward on 0121 550 1360.