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Hayle Runners early in the race


Jennie Wren and Trevor Cornish are the Club Welfare Officers and should be contacted with any concerns

  • All club coaches/leaders are DBS checked.

  • All club coaches/leaders have a safeguarding qualification.

  • Hayle Runners has a valid Clubmark Accreditation.

  • Many of our Coaches and Leaders have First Aid certificates.

  • Club coaches count runners out and back to ensure all return safely.

  • Our typical running routes are risk assessed.

  • Accidents are reported and recorded if and when they occur.

  • We keep in touch with Club members who let us know they are injured.

  • We ask members to wear suitably reflective running gear  and /or lights so they can be seen by traffic particularly on dark evenings. If you forget your reflective bib please tell your coach/leader as the club does hold a stock for temporary use. We also sell reflective bibs for £8. If you are interested in purchasing one see Andy on a club night.

  • The use of head phones, iPods and other music players is banned on safety grounds in the GP series of races and in many other races too as runners cannot hear safety instructions from marshals. The Club also discourages members from using them during club sessions or at the track.


  • Stay calm but act swiftly. Is there a danger of further injury?

  • Listen to what the injured person is saying.

  • Alert the first aider, who should take the appropriate action for minor injuries.

  • If necessary, call the emergency services.

  • Deal with the rest of the group and ensure they are adequately supervised.

  • Do not move someone with major injuries. Wait for the emergency services.

  • Contact the injured person’s next of kin.

  • Notify Trevor Cornish or Jennie Wren (Club officers responsible for health and safety).

  • Complete an incident/accident form (available from Jennie or Trevor).


The Club wants to ensure safe running. We ask members to let us know about any medical conditions or allergies and also ask you to confirm that your doctor says it’s safe for you to run. Where relevant we ask you to discuss the situation with your coach. This could be, for example, because of an allergic reaction to penicillin or because of a need to carry medication.

Hayle Runners homeward bound at Sticker 5 miler
Hayle Runners represented at the London Marathon
To halfway through the Classic Quarter


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Date: Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Location: Truro Rugby Club, TR1 1NY


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Location: Tywardreath


Treggy 7

Date: Sunday, September 5, 2021
Location: Launceston


Treggy 7

Sunday 1 September 2019


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