The Club’s new charitable status

We're pleased to share the news that Bellahouston Road Runners has recently become a charity: a Scottish Charitable Incorporate Organisation (SCIO). Our charity number is SC047300. All club members should now have received a fuller explanation in an email from Camilla - with links to the OSCR website for further info. Questions and discussion for members can be found on the Forum at https://forum.bellahoustonroadrunners.co.uk/t/scio-status-update/893 The change means the club is now a legal entity and we have a modern flexible constitution. It gives us a great opportunity to develop our club - and…Read more
The Bletha 3 – Bellahouston Road Runners Newsheet – is out!  

The Bletha 3 – Bellahouston Road Runners Newsheet – is out!  

Read all about it: Cat Mac’s cross country result, the best ever for a Bella? Who can’t stomach Kevin? Who is in crunch talks with Leanne? Who's the Boss? Buggy Battle Banter, David De Hair, Bwana Bella Our Man in Iten? Eat Run Mac? Are we the biggest running club in Scotland… Do we care?  This and much much more in The Bletha issue three. Read Bletha-3 online or get to club and get your own printed copyRead more
Bellahouston Mob Match: 4th March 2017, at Pollok parkrun

Bellahouston Mob Match: 4th March 2017, at Pollok parkrun

We're really excited to bring details of the new Bellahouston Mob match - a fun and friendly inter-club challenge on March 4th 2017 between ourselves and the Harriers. We really hope members of both clubs (and their family and friends!) will come along and have fun on the day, then join everybody back at Cartha for some post-run prizes and fun. 4342Read more
Light up our city parks

Light up our city parks

The club features in today's Evening Times, after we reached out to local councillors to address lighting and path conditions around Bellahouston park during dark winter months, particularly along Mosspark Boulevard. Photograph by Colin MearnsRead more
Bella Curry Night: Saturday 25th February

Bella Curry Night: Saturday 25th February

The annual Bella Curry Night will be held on Saturday 25th February. It's the night of the National XC. If you rice to the challenge and race in potentially balti conditions you could end up a bhit chilli or jalfreezing. So instead of going home to a soft pilau, why don’t you cumin to the India Quay at 8pm, situated raita across from the Squinty Bridge for some great chaat and a few drinks? This event is open to everyone, including those members not tikka-ing the opportunity to run. Partners welcome too. The…Read more
Bletha Issue 2 – Now Online

Bletha Issue 2 – Now Online

bellablethafinal2 - Click here! How did Ann win Jimmy? Do you love the Bellalove? Where do you get a discount for 100 squats? Whose the pride of Scotland? What's a PBPB? Why is Rose going donuts? Who drinks red wine in long socks? When did bellas sup southside soup? Read all about it and more in the Bletha - your News sheet for Bella Roadrunners. Hard copies continue to be available at club. Hope you enjoy reading it. If you have any stories for future issues please speak to Danny who is already panicking about the…Read more
2016 Festive fun run

2016 Festive fun run

A fabulous morning at Pollok parkrun for the club's festive fun run, raising a total of £420 for local charities. Taking place at the parkrun for the first time, club members turned up in fancy dress, tinsel, santa hats and outfits, posed for a few pics, ran the 5k, then back to our base at Glasgow club Nethercraigs for the draw (and some festive refreshments!). £210 was contributed by members for a charity draw, and their names drawn out of a hat. Sarah-Jane Kissock was the name out of the hat, and her choice of charity…Read more
Jimmy Irvine Bella 10k 2016 results

Jimmy Irvine Bella 10k 2016 results

Well done to everybody who completed the Jimmy Irvine Bella 10k today. Final results are available from Runbritain Rankings and a list of prize winners is shown in the table below. Thanks to everybody who helped or volunteered at today's event, from registration, to catering, to marshals, to PA, to course setup/dismantling, and much more besides. Huge thanks to everybody, but special thank you to race director Henry for the huge effort he put in. Look forward to hearing about the PB's, and seeing you along at training soon, or if you're interested in joining us, find out more…Read more