Joining a club or group is a great way to enjoy running whether you’re just getting started or you want to improve. Training with other people can help spur you on to achieve your goals. Many clubs cater for beginners and will support those who are just getting started. Some are more geared towards social running, whilst others will help support you if you want to compete.
Most clubs charge a yearly membership, but many will allow you to come along for a trial session.
We’ve listed a few clubs below.
Running & Athletics Clubs in Lincolnshire
Lincoln & District Runners (lincolndistrictrunners.co.uk)
A friendly and social group of runners who meet for runs in Lincoln and the surrounding areas. The club meets twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Lakeside Lincoln Running Club
Lakeside Lincoln are a friendly running club based at Yarborough Leisure Centre. They welcome experienced or novice runners to come and give the group a try.
Pink Ladies Running Club
Based in Lincoln, this ladies only running club offers a supportive non-competitive environment to encourage women of all ages to run together in a safe, fun and supportive way.
Run Talk Run Lincoln
Run Talk Run provide weekly 5k runs aimed at offering mental health support through peer support groups.
Lincoln Wellington Athletic Club (lwac.org.uk)
Based at the athletics track at Yarborough Leisure Centre, the club is one of the largest in the East Midlands and its members compete at events all around the country.
Grantham Athletic Club
Based at South Kesteven Stadium, the club offer coaching and training facilities in Track and Field, Cross Country and Road Running. The club is affiliated with England Athletics
Grantham Running Club
Grantham Running Club (GRC) is a road and cross-country running club for adults of all abilities. The club has multiple training sessions and social runs each week.
Skegness and District Running Club
The club has four sites; Skegness, Spilsby, Boston, and Horncastle. Membership is open to anyone aged 15 or over.
Sleaford Striders is an Athletics Club based at Sleaford Golf Club with activities for all levels for adults and juniors.
Louth Athletics Club
Louth AC runners compete in all disciplines including Road Races, Trail Running, Ultra’s, Track and Field and Cross Country. The club also puts on events such as the popular Wolds Dash Series. All abilities are welcome.
Caistor Running Club
Caistor running club is a relaxed, informal club, whose sole purpose is to Run for Fun!
Wolds Veteran Runners Club Grimsby (Grimsby)
The club, based at Bradley Football Development Centre, was set up to encourage veteran runners in the area. It has a weekly club run on a Monday night, with other runs at weekends or mid-week.
Find more groups
You can also search for inclusive and accessible running groups suitable for all abilities near you on the Run Together website.