Activity Timetables

Mums & Mamafit

  • We have a number of activities available for women only, check the Timetable of Exercise Trends for sessions marked LA (ladies only)
  • Push & Tone and Pram Fit are especially designed for mums with prams call Paula Parle for further info 0151 511 8550  
  • Mamafit is an exercise and lifestyle class for pregnant mums and mums with babies

The Get Active project aims to help more local people get into sport. A review of the project is available.

Run Halton

Couch 2 5k

Couch to 5K is perfect if you want to improve your fitness, can’t run 5K but would like to get started. At couch to 5K you can follow the 10-week program with coaching to motivate you improve minutes spent running each week with walk/run intervals. You can also use this session to follow your own program of walking or running, at your own pace.

RUNCORN TOWN HALL PARK – BEGINNERS RUN – 1KM

This route is a beginner’s route as it is the shortest of the three measuring 1km and should take beginners around 7.5 minutes (8kph pace) to jog.  Remember you can jog and walk until you are fit enough to jog the whole route.

PHOENIX PARK – INTERMEDIATE RUN – 2KM

This route measures 2km and offers some steep gradients and intermediate ground changes, which will make the route more challenging and should take around 15 minutes (9kph pace) to run.  Remember you can jog and walk until you are fit enough to jog the whole route.

PICKERINGS PASTURE LOCAL NATURE RESERVE – INTERMEDIATE RUN – 3KM

This route measures 3km and offers some steep gradients and intermediate ground changes, which will make the route more challenging and should take around 20 minutes (9kph pace) to run.  Remember you can jog and walk until you are fit enough to jog the whole route.

Run in Halton is an award winning programme set up to promote the benefits of using running/jogging as a way to increase your physical activity levels. The 3-2-1 programme provides three running routes across three different sites and at three different distances.  Hopefully the programme will encourage you to start, return or carry on running.

Staying safe while running

Running outdors is a great way to stay fit and healthy, however, when planning a running session, one aspect that every runner should consider is their personal running safety.  Here are some tips to keep you safe while you run.

  • It’s better to run circular routes because you won’t have to retrace your steps
  • Avoid quiet areas
  • Stick to well-lit, well-populated roads and paths
  • Try to train with a friend, or even in a group
  • Tell someone before each training session which route you’re going to run

Park Run

A FREE  event for runners of all standards. It is not a race against other runners, but a 5k timed run. It offers an opportunity for all the local community, male or female, young or old, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy this beautiful park and get physically active into the bargain. We want to encourage people to jog or run together irrespective of their ability – and best of all it really is FREE! Taking part is easy – just register before your first ever parkrun

Runcorn (Phoenix Park)

Widnes (Victoria Park)