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Club aims

To provide a centre of athletic excellence for the North Oxfordshire area in which each club member can achieve his or her full potential.

To provide effective organisation, support and facilities for the pursuit of Track & Field Athletics, Road Running and Cross-Country Running and Sports Hall athletics.

For the club and individual members to enhance levels of athletics performance and compete at the highest possible level in each of the athletics disciplines.

To further develop and strengthen the club’s junior section in order to identify and develop talent in junior members, encourage their physical development and levels of performance, and to encourage team spirit.

To host athletics events which are well organised and which generate funds for the pursuit of the club’s objectives and development and provide local competition opportunities.

To raise the profile and appeal of athletics and to enable the club to become an effective asset for the community.

The public expects the highest standards from Banbury Harriers AC, no matter how they come into contact with us. As a member of Banbury Harriers you will be expected to maintain those standards when in contact with the public. You must maintain a polite and courteous manner at all times.To help us achieve this we have a Code of Conduct for ALL members which you must read and agree to. If under 16, it is important that your parents(s) / guardian(s) also understand this Code of Conduct before you join. click this link CODE OF CONDUCT.doc for a copy.


All athletes must become a member of the club. There is an annual membership fee and a weekly training fee, which covers entry into league competition, hire and purchase of facilities and equipment and the general running of the club. . Membership is due 1st April and must be paid by 31st May or you will loose your E.A. status.

 Before becoming a member everyone is required to complete an Induction. These take place on the first Tuesday of each month, and with reference to juniors it is compulsory that a parent/carer also attends. 


Banbury Harriers hold an awards evening each year to reward its athletes and helpers who do so much work throughout the year. The 2009 to 2011 awards are here Awards


The club is run entirely by unpaid volunteers in a variety of roles, for example coaching, officiating, administration and catering to name a few. If you would like to become involved, even in a small way, please speak to any of the club coaches or club secretary. There are funds available if you wish to attend any relevant courses.
Remember … without these volunteers there wouldn’t be a club!


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