We run four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. We also have track sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays and coaching sessions on Wednesdays. Our members are of all ages and abilities, and from all sections of the LGBT+ community. If you’re thinking of coming along for your first run with the club, we recommend that you come to one of our new runner days first.
Every run is organised by a volunteer committee member. It’s usually pretty obvious who they are but if in doubt ask someone and they’ll point them out to you.
Don’t worry about how fast or slow you are, or how far you’ve managed to run previously, we have members of all abilities. All of our runs have a variety of official distances but it’s entirely up to you how far and fast you run.
Do I have to be a member to run?
You’re welcome to come along for three taster sessions; after this we ask that you join the club as a member.
What happens after a run?
After our runs, we go for food and socialising. This isn’t compulsory but we do highly encourage it, so don’t rush off if you don’t have to!
We mostly run on roads but we do like to spice things up with a bit of country side running. Not to be confused with the mud fest that is cross country, trails are much more civilised.
The trail runs are held monthly throughout the year at the weekend and visit the beautiful countryside surrounding London. After the run, participants usually go for a well deserved pub lunch!
Although we are the London Frontrunners, we’re not confined to just running in London.
The club has friends all over the UK and everyone has their favourite part of the country they like to run in. These trips are usually for the weekend and they’re a great way of both getting out of London and also getting to know your fellow Frontrunners better.
As well as domestic trips the club also organises an international trip in the autumn each year.
There are also a number of races that the club encourages members to join up to. Details are on the races page.