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We meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.00pm, at the Aireville Swimming Pool.

Groups of runners of differing abilities participate in runs around the Skipton area. Some of the groups participate in road running, others in off-road runs (in the summer during the lighter evenings). We currently have three groups going out on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm. Group C do 3-4 miles, Group B do 4-5 miles and Group A do 6-8 miles with varying pace. New runners are more than welcome regardless of pace. Most people find that running with others helps increase distance and pace without really thinking about it

Committee Members


General Members:

Skipton AC Club Constitution


The title of the club shall be Skipton Athletics Club.


The objectives of the club shall be:

a) To encourage the practice and development of amateur athletics.

b) To provide coaching for the members and to organise competitions.

c) To organise teams to represent the club in championships, leagues and in other such competitions as the management committee deems fit.

d) To cater for the following athletic disciplines:  track and field, cross country running, road running, fell and hill running, and to pay affiliation fees to the appropriate governing body(ies) or their appointed agent(s).


Membership shall be open to persons who are amateurs as defined by UK Athletics.  There shall be a minimum age entry of 9 years.  Each applicant for membership must complete an official application form before representing the club.  A member of the Management Committee must also sign this form.  The application for membership must be seconded and ratified at the next committee meeting.  Membership of the club will be considered temporary until ratified in this way.  The Management Committee retains the right to revoke temporary memberships subject to a vote in accordance with the conditions of the constitution.


The management of the club shall be vested in a Management Committee which shall comprise three “officers” of the club, i.e. the Chair, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer, and at least seven “general members”. All the forementioned shall be elected at the AGM and remain in office until the conclusion of the following year's AGM. Any paid up member of the club who has been a member for at least 12 months is entitled to sit on the Management Committee. The Management Committee will have the power to fill vacancies if and when they arise.  The Committee shall also have the power to co-opt members for particular projects, but co-opted members shall not have a committee vote.  Members co-opted by the Management Committee for particular events, e.g. race organisers, will be given full discretion and authority as to how the event is run.

Committee meetings will be held as often as club activities dictate.  These meetings will be open to all paid up members, but only members of the Management Committee will have a vote.  Additional committee meetings can be called if necessary, but reasonable efforts must be made to publicise any additional meetings to all paid up members by use, for example, of the club web site and notice board.

Six Management Committee members shall be deemed to form a quorum and will be empowered to ratify a decision.


The AGM shall be held in December for the purpose of

a) Receiving the Annual Report of the committee.

b) Receiving t