Celebrating our 40th Anniversary. 1976 -2016 

General enquiries please email telfordathleticclub@gmail.com
 





Can Be Found On Track & Field Home page
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 TELFORD AC TRAINING SESSIONS START AGAIN ON TUESDAY 30TH MARCH 6PM. 
Public sessions will also be available on Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday by booking and paying in advance on the Telford and Wrekin website.


Heart Of England teams for 2021 need Team Managers please
U11 boys and girls
U13,U15,U17 boys
U13,U15,U17 girls
There are likely to be 3 fixtures covering June and July
Anybody interested please contact Graham Merrington

 
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CONGRATULATIONS 
JOHN MASON HAS BEEN ELECTED AS THE NEW TELFORD AC CLUB SECRETARY, 
SUE STODDART, LINDSAY BROWNLEE-JONES AND JAMES EGLESTON 
HAVE BEEN ELECTED TO THE CLUB COMMITTEE.

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2020 / 21 Membership Form now available on the membership page.

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                                           TELFORD 10K - 2019 RESULTS 
new men and women's course records. 1123 finishers.


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TELFORD AC TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS FOR U13,U15 AND U17'S UPDATED.  AVAILABLE https://sites.google.com/site/telfordathleticclub/track-field

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38th Stretton Skyline 19 Mile Fell Race, 

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A little bit of good news

Services to Athletics or Running Award

Winner: Paul Sanderson – Telford AC (West Midlands region)

Paul Sanderson of Telford Athletics Club is the winner of the National Volunteer Awards Services to Athletics Award. A founder of the club, Paul has been the club secretary since the club started in 1976 and he has been key in securing improvements to the track. Paul has been a driving force locally in promoting the sport and bringing people who share his passion for athletics to the club. His tireless work has not only impacted the sport and left a legacy at the club and in the community, but it has touched and improved people’s lives in many ways. As a product of his dedication to his work, people have had the opportunity to get involved, make friends, try new things, compete, with some even making it to the national team and becoming Olympians. Paul has encouraged and supported many volunteers to get involved and always made sure that their contribution is recognised and appreciated. If there is a problem that needs sorting, Paul would do his best to sort it, however big or small. He does this in his own special quiet way, never talking about the hard work he does and always putting the club first.











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