Brackla Harriers

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Brackla Harriers running club is based at Bridgend Tennis & Squash Club and welcomes runners of all abilities. We've a range of facilities including changing areas, hot showers, safe storage and a bar for those all important post run refreshments.

Training starts at 7pm sharp on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

If you're thinking about joining a running club then why not come along to one of our training sessions? You'll meet the members and can have your first few runs without obligation to join. With the wide variety of running abilities at the club we're sure there'll be a place and pace for YOU!

Brackla Harriers News

August 25th, 2014

September 2014

Hi all,

Entries for the 25th Merthyr Mawr Pudding Race will open at 8pm on the 1st October 2014.


The link to enter will be on this website both on this page and the Pudding Race Page

This year is a special year for the event…it is the 25th Anniversary … a quarter of a century old !!


Please note:  we sold out last year within 4 hours!

We will keep a reserve list, but we do not know how many entries will be on this list, so please don’t be disappointed if we dont get back to you.  Contact us via if you would like to be added to the list…first come first served. (List opens only after all tickets have sold)

We will not add any names to the list if contacted via social media sites as we do not monitor them as regular as emails.

Any issues regarding entry can also be directed to this address, but again if the issue is during the initial few hours of entries being open, we cannot guarantee that the issue is dealt with.  If the issue is regarding payment or entry website please contact the copany direct via the contact page on their website.



September races have cooled off a bit after a busy July and August.  We still have the Hilly 4 and the start of the West Glam XC league to take part in.  For those who haven’t been to the West Glam XC events before, visit here to see some info.

This months quote

“Remember, the feeling you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.”

-Sarah Condor, runner and author