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Liverpool Running Bugs is a friendly and very social running club based in Huyton, Knowsley. The club is in the heart of the community being based at Volair, Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park, and welcome members both local from far a field. Whilst we have members of all types, ages and abilities, we have one thing in common - we have all got The Running Bug.

The club is open to anyone who wants to run to finish their first race, for those experienced veteran runners, or anyone who just wants to get fit in safe environment with training led by UKA coaches. We organise two training sessions each week form Volair in Huyton starting at 7pm until 8pm, on a Tuesday and Thursday, with a track session at Kirkby High School, from 8pm until 9pm, on a Monday evening. We also have social runs during the week, and at weekends we are all regular faces at one of the many local Parkruns or races.


If you are looking to join a running group this year, then feel free to get in touch with us - we are a growing club and welcome new members each week; we can be contacted on email, or on our social media pages, so please contact us if you would like to attend one of our sessions. Please see our contact page for details.

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Our membership is now open and we are really excited to be able to welcome so many new members to our running community - we are so  more than just a running club, we like to think of ourselves as a community of runners who like to train, run, race and have fun together.

The cost of membership is very low, and we only charge a token £12 membership for the year, and all of this money goes towards the cost of operating a club and providing the best possible support for our members.

We welcome everyone who loves running - whether you are fast, or slow - we have a reputation of being one of the most friendly and supportive club in the area. Visit our membership page or download the membership form here.

“The magic of the group is that each time one person takes a step up, everyone else follows suit”.

Tony Coffey

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