Welcome to the Hungerford Hares Website!

The Hungerford Hares Running Club was established in June 2007 and now has around 50 members. Set in West Berkshire, Hungerford is a small historic market town, close to the Wiltshire border. The town stands on the Kennet and Avon canal in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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The Next Training Session is the 23rd January  - Local Run - Anvilles

Led by Claire

We are losing the light now so please wear hi vis vests and bring torches if you prefer for the jog down to our start. We will still be meeting at the Rugby club 7.20pm Warm Up starts 7.30pm

Training Sessions are subject to last minute changes due to the weather and any other unforeseen circumstances

RESULTS - To get your result published please submit your result from the "Results - Event Results Form"
(Your parkrun results will only show up here if you are registered as a Hungerford Hare)
13th January 2018 - parkrun
 Victoria Louise CHIDSEY - 27.46 Albert parkrun, Melbourne
 Brian BILLINGTON - 24.09 Newbury parkrun
 Craig Antony BEAMSON - 24.17 Newbury parkrun
 Caroline BAMFORD - 24.45 Newbury parkrun

31st December - Gutbuster 10 mile cross country

To Keep this the main page up to date older results are now located on the results page - here

Latest News...

19th Dec 2017 - Hares Pub Run

Hares Xmas Town Run - Video 2017


The draw took place for the London Marathon and the lucky winner was  ...... find out here    




Hungerford Hares Running Club marked World Mental Health Day with a cheque presentation to Berkshire-based charity Sport in Mind.
A total amount of £1,655 was raised by the club through its annual Harey 8 race in June with proceeds also boosted by a special event at Hungerford Town Hall which marked the running club’s tenth anniversary. A match funding donation was also received from the NAV People’s Charitable Trust which provided an incredible total of £1,155.
Sport in Mind promotes mental well-being through sport and physical activity and raises awareness of mental health issues. Hungerford Hares Chairman, Mandy Waldon said: “This has been a milestone year for Hungerford Hares and it was particularly fitting for us to be able to present our cheque to Sport in Mind on October 10 which was World Mental Health Day. “We were also really pleased to be working in partnership this year with Sport in Mind, to help the recovery of people experiencing mental health problems and raising awareness of mental health and the importance of wellbeing. “We would also like to thank everyone who supported us this year and over the past ten years and contributed to the club’s growth during this time.” Sport In Mind Development Officer Laura Brooks said: “It was fantastic to receive such an amazing amount of money and to take part in the Harey 8 run. It was lots of fun. The money will be used to deliver sport and physical activity sessions in Hungerford. Thank you very much to the Hungerford Hares and NAV People’s Charitable Trust. You are superstars!”
Further information on Sport in Mind is available at sportinmind.org