Running and jogging are great ways to keep fit and meet new friends. There are a number of Running/Jogging Groups across the borough which cater for different levels of fitness, stamina and need. If you have been jogging for a while, there are also more established groups you can join. Running helps you build on your stamina and can lead to competitions.

Broxbourne Runners

Hoddesdon Triathlon Club

Your Town Runners

Wormley Runners

Moving Mums Hoddesdon

Four Swans Vision (Visual Impaired Running Group)

The Daily Mile

Couch to 5k

Fordy Runs



Broxbourne has a great selection of running events for all abilities taking place throughout the year. Whether you’re looking for a full marathon, half marathon or perhaps a 10km or fun run,  we have all types of running events to suit you.

Barclay Parkrun

Barclay Park

Every Saturday



Barclay Parkrun is a free 5km timed run, jog or walk which is open to all abilities. Whether you are interested in taking part as a keen club runner or simply to improve your health and fitness, then parkrun is for you!

Cheshunt Park Junior Parkrun

Cheshunt Park

Every Sunday


Cheshunt Park Junior Parkrun is a 2k timed run for juniors only (4-14 year olds).


Give Your Town the Run Around

Hoddesdon Town Centre

Sunday 22 September 2019


Give Your Town The Run Around is a running event for all ages where you quite literally get to take over the high street!

The annual event looks to bring the community together and promotes fitness.  Those taking part in the race can complete a 1k, 5k or 8k course around the historic Hoddesdon town centre.


The Daily Mile

The Daily Mile is simple and free – and gets children out of the classroom for 15 minutes every day to run or jog at their own pace with their classmates, making them fitter, healthier and more able to concentrate in the classroom.

Working closely with Herts Sports Partnership, Public Health Hertfordshire and The Daily Mile Foundation, the partnership will be responsible for encouraging as many schools as possible in Hertfordshire, to adopt The Daily Mile and support the implementation of local programmes.

With one in four of our schoolchildren deemed to be overweight or obese by the time they leave primary school, and with growing issues around the mental wellbeing of young people, The Daily Mile can make a marked and lasting difference to the lives of our young people.

For further details, please contact Alex Varran, or visit The Daily Mile website.


Couch to 5k in 10 weeks
If you would like to follow a training plan to help you go from doing nothing to running a 5k, try the “couch to 5k” plan.  It is free to use.  Click on the link below for further information.