This is to remind club members that annual subscription for 2020 membership fees are due in January 2020. There are no increases in club membership fees this year. If you are a life or associate member, no fees are due other than the £16 for the registration fee as an active competitor with England Athletics who have increased their fees by £1 from 2019. Please note that those members who joined from September to December 2019 will have their membership fees carried forward to 2020. However, they will be required to pay the registration fee of £16 for 2020.

2020 subscriptions, including registration fees, are as follows:

Active Seniors (Over 21)                                                           £69.00 per annum

Active Young Members (under 21)

Students, Unemployed and                                                        £49.00 per annum


Non-Active and 2nd Claim                                                         £38.00 per annum

£16 from the annual subscriptions for active athletes will be for registration fees payable to England Athletics. Failure to pay your subscriptions by APRIL 2020 will result in your non-registration as an active athlete with England Athletics for the new season and your registration being withdrawn from all competition under UK Athletics for 2020/21. Please also note that if overdue subscriptions are unpaid this could result in suspension from the club and restrictions on joining another club. 

If you have more than one year outstanding please contact the Membership Secretary for further details. If you wish to resign from the club please confirm in writing to the Membership Secretary on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Cheques should be made payable to Woodford Green Athletic Club and sent to the Membership Secretary at 5 Chevely Close, Coopersale, Epping, Essex, CM16 7RL.

Alternatively, it can be paid directly into the club bank account by BACS. Please contact the Membership Secretary for BACS details 

Cowsi Magol, Membership & Subscriptions Secretary

January 2020

Met League 4 2019-20: Young Athletes

Despite athletes competing for school, unwell, recovering from injury and exams, we still had nearly thirty athletes out for our last but one Met League fixture. The course used was like a lake three weeks ago and there was doubt whether this would go ahead. Fortunately the rain eased off over Xmas which enabled London Heathside to hold the races. It was "mud, glorious mud", that was for sure, and it was equally a case of ”stay on your feet" on the sharp descent down the hill. Would the mud and wind put our runners off? Not one bit, they replied and, together with our strong Under 11 squad, we hold a 2-point lead over SBH with one match remaining, which will be like a home match for our runners as most of them train at Trent Park every Sunday morning. 

U13 Girls Met 4 2020

L to R: Tilly, Molly and Abigail hit the hill at speed (pic: Sally Chapman)


South Of England Indoor Champs U13/15/17

Six young athletes took part in these championships but, despite our small turnout, two silver medals were secured.

Danny Raymond  SoE silver 2020

Danny Raymond was 2nd in the South of England U17 800m

Met 2019-20 Race 4: Women and Men


Move over Dry January and Veganuary and make some room for Quaganuary; for there was only ever going to be one dominating set of conditions at Ally Pally on Saturday and the mud did not disappoint. However it didn’t stop hundreds of athletes, including over two hundred senior women, fresh from the first week back after the Christmas break, from tying a third knot in their spikes, one for every lap of this legendary course they would be tackling on this equalised route. The course notes may have omitted the H word, but there was no mistaking The Hill’s looming presence on that squelching start line.

Pete Caton Met 4 2020

Track man Pete Caton negotiates the mud the others left behind (pic: Sam Royle)


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