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Recent Volunteers

Volunteers @ Surrey County Combined Events Championships, 7-8 September 2019

Ivan Barrett, Ashley Burridge, Naomi Jones

Volunteers @ YDL LAG, 20th July 2019

Antony Collins, Dave Mills, David Manrow, Joanne Antoniou, Mark Peters

Volunteers @ SAL, 13th July 2019

Ashley Burridge, Ian Crouch, Ivan Barrett, Jo Davey

Volunteers @ Vets T&F, 8th July 2019

Annette Morris, Ashley Burridge, Ian Crouch, Ivan Barrett

Volunteers @ Summer Evening 10k, 3rd July 2019

Apologies if we've missed anyone: Adam Lloyd, Adrian Grant, Ailsa Nurse, Alastair Watkinson (+  daughters), Alex South, Alex South's Daughter, Andrew Bamford, Andrew Patrick, Anna Baer, Annette Morris, Antony Read, Aoife Kehoe, Ashley Burridge, Ayden Higgins, Bethany Higgins, Carolyn Patrick, Chris Veale, Claire Humphrey, Craig Parke, Daniel Emson, Dave Williams, David Nurse, Doug Kington, Duncan Mallison, Ewan McKay, Fran Dunham, Freddie Roux, Ginevra Stoneley, Ian Crouch, Ian Martin, Ian Thomas, Irene and Keith Leitner, Jamilla Ncayiyana, Jas Dhanda, Jenny Carus, Jo Davey, Kate Knight, Lee Savage, Malcolm Woodman, Max Wilson, Melanie Fulton-Bell , Michael Stanley, Moray Carey, Moray Laing, Nat Wilson, Natalie Laing, Nicholas Wade , Nicky Hodgetts, Paul Byrne, Paul Chandler, Ralph Tuckwell, Renwick Horsfall, Richard Scrase, Rick Coles, Ruth Willis, Ryan English, Sarah Finch, Stephen Smith, Steve Smith, Steve Watkins, Steve Watkins' daughter, Stewart Mcintyre, Sue Carnell, Tom Almond, Usha Stevens, Wayne Chappell

 

Volunteering

There are many volunteering opportunities available to club members, without many of the roles the club would not be able to function. These opportunities include:

A calendar giving the known dates of volunteering opportunities is available here.

The purpose of this section of the website is to give an overview of all these opportunities, to publish the formal role descriptions (where these are available) and to provide short "member testimonials" for the roles written by people who have regularly undertaken them. The various descriptions also include the benefits received by both the club and the individual volunteers where appropriate.

Some roles do require a significant time commitment, but others simply require you to turn up on the day of (for example) a race or an athletics match. Support is always available to those new to a role, and above all, they can be extremely enjoyable!

There are a number of other incentives given for those that volunteer for the club:

  • A draw for the Club London Marathon places (currently 2 each year), for those who have been rejected in the ballot
  • A draw for the Club London Marathon volunteering place, available only to those that have volunteered at the previous London Marathon
  • A financial (typically a sports shop token) reward for those who have regularly volunteered throughout the year, to be determined by (another) draw. Exact details to be confirmed

Look out for e-mail announcements giving how to apply and the exact requirements for each of these.