Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Kings Heath Running Club will be held at 19:00 on Saturday 9th March in the function room at the Station Pub – Location details can be found here.
The purpose of the AGM is to:
receive from the Committee a report, balance sheet, and statement of accounts for the preceding financial year
agree to the club constitution and discuss any proposed amendments
elect the Committee for the following year
Only registered members of Kings Heath Running Club will be eligible to submit resolutions, attend and vote at the AGM, and stand for Committee posts.
Details of the requirements for the AGM can be found in the constitution (ref 7.2) along with voting details (ref 8.1). For the purpose of the AGM, a member will be classified in accordance with point 4 of the constitution as at 23/2/2019.
The club constitution
A new draft constitution has been created which will be discussed as part of the meeting, the draft constitution can be located here. Any amendments proposed for consideration by the AGM must be submitted in writing to the interim secretary by 19:00 on 23/02/2019. Amendments are to be submitted in writing to email@example.com marked for the attention of Scott Williams. Any amendments will be shared with members a minimum of 7 days prior to the AGM and will be open for discussion at the AGM. Agreement will be reached to implement the constitution following discussion of any proposed amendments on the basis of a majority vote.
The meeting will include the election of committee members for the following year. Members considering themselves for a position should read the constitution and be doing so on the basis that the expectation is they will commit to the role for a min. 12 month period.
Nominations for membership of the committee must be received by the interim secretary in writing (including e-mail) by 19:00 on 23/02/2019. All nominations must include details of the seconder (see point 10.2.2 of the proposed constitution), nominations are to be made in the following format and to be sent to Scott Williams – firstname.lastname@example.org –
Proposal for consideration for a Committee role to be discussed by AGM
Name of proposer (yourself)
Name of seconder (another club member who has agreed with your self-nomination)
Committee Role applied for
Will be present at the meeting?
The following roles will be up for election by the AGM with details of whether the current post holder is standing for re-election. Job descriptions of all of the roles can be found here.
Standing for re-election
Scott Williams (Interim)
Men’s XC Manager
Women’s XC Manager
Should you have any further arising matters that you wish to be discussed please arrange to send these through to email@example.com by 19:00 on the 23/2/2019.
Interim Club Secretary
The To 5k and Beyond programme returns on the Thursday 10th January 2019! Our ever-popular course (run eight times previously) is designed for absolute beginners and will introduce you to running in an easy and approachable way.
This is a FREE programme. You are not required to pay for this or to join Kings Heath Running Club.
We meet at Colmore School in Kings Heath for a warm up and briefing.
Week one is a mix of run and walking and this run:walk pattern changes each week as we progress towards increasing the amount of time spent running.
The programme lasts 14 weeks and is lead by a CiRF (Coach in Running Fitness) trained coach and supported by volunteers within in the club. You are not required to attend every single week but will find it beneficial to get the support of fellow beginners attending each week 🙂
At the end of the programme we encourage all participants of To 5K and Beyond to run at Cannon Hill parkrun on the 23rd March 2019 along with club members to celebrate completing the programme: more details on this will be provided during the programme.
We run every Thursday and runners are encouraged to make use of Tuesday evening and Saturday morning beginners sessions if they can to add an additional run – these are not structured programmes but are supported by club volunteers.
KHRC will be filling all volunteer roles at Cannon Hill parkrun on 15th September – it’s a special run as we’re using the popular alternative trail route. Meet at Holders Lane Playing Fields. After the run we’re taking over the Gorilla Cafe in Kings Heath for a celebration breakfast.
The club is delighted to announce the next date for our To 5K and Beyond programme. Our next programme starts on the Thursday 13th September 2018.
The course is specifically designed for absolute beginners—no previous experience is necessary—if you can put one foot in front of the other then your welcome to join us! This programme has been run seven times previously and has seen many people transition to becoming regular runners. 🙂 There is no cost to join in. It’s absolutely free and all are welcome! We will meet every Thursday at 6:50 p.m. at Colmore School.
A run to celebrate a beautiful urban park that belongs to the people of Birmingham, our running community and the benefit of outdoor exercise.
Meet 5:45pm at the bandstand. Bring your torches, head torches, lanterns, glow sticks.
Perimeter path, 1.8 miles approx – 1 lap or 2- your choice.
If you are driving, please don’t park in the Russell Rd car park as the gates will close at dusk.
Kings Heath running club are excited to host the first race we’ve organised in the history of the club. The women of the Midlands league and the men of the Birmingham leagueg will be running cross country at Cofton Park on 13 January. Athletes: please come in good time as street parking will be limited and there may be a little bit of walking for you to get to the race. KHRC club members: If you haven’t got a job already, please come along at about 1 o’clock and join our Cheering station. the women’s race begins at 1:30 PM, and the men’s race begins at 2:30 PM. The weather forecast is good!