County Affiliation: Tyne & Wear
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Birtley A.C General Information.
Birtley A.C. was founded in 1987.
Lord Lawson Of Beamish School,
Tuesday & Thursday at 6.45pm. (Additional sessions at the descretion of coaches and Athletes).
Due on 1st May annually.
If you require a Membership Application Form please click here.
Advantages of being a club member apart from the requirement of competition are :-
Juniors £1.00, Seniors £1.00
Registered Club Colours are :- Blue Vest with Yellow side stripe, blue shirts with yellow side stripe. Athletes are required to wear club vests in a number of events. These can be purchased from the club shop in the Sports centre. Club T-shirts, Sweatshirts and Tracksters are also available.
Throughout the year the club competes in a variety of athletics events, including cross-country, road racing and track & field. The club enters teams in Northern and National competitions, As this is an athletics club, members are expected to compete wherever possible.
Club Notice Board
Important information concerning races,events and results etc are displayed on the club notice board in Brookside. These notices should be read on a regular basis to keep up to date with events.
Club meetings are normally held on the second Monday of every month to discuss club business. The venue can be obtained from any committee member. ALL members are encouraged to attend to have their input on how the club is run. If you cannot attend, items for agenda can be recorded on the notice board.
Coaching meetings are held at the discretion of the Coach Coordinator. Any matters or agenda items concerning coaching should be forwarded to the coach coordinator.
Birtley A.C are pleased to announce that they have been awarded CLUBMARK status by the Amateur Athletice Association of England. Birtley were the third club in the region to achieve the award which involved being assessed on strict criteria including coaching and competition, duty of care and child protection, sports equity, ethics and club management.
Sport England Clubmark is a cross sport recognition programme of sports clubs which are committed to providing a safe,effective and child-friendly environment.
David Lowes, athletics development officer for Durham Sport, worked closely with the club over the past year and was delighted with the achievement.
The Club were reassessed 2008 and accredited to 2011.
Tuesday at 18:45pm
Thursday at 18:45pm
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