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Meet The Committee



Judith Hibbert

I started running in 2014 by doing Couch to 5k and carrying on until my first race was a Half Marathon! I've run 3 marathons to date and try and run at least three times a week to support my mental health and also to offset my biscuit habit. I love the support from my fellow Westies as I am often the last Westie home and very proud to have taken over as Chair.

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Clive Grewcock

Like many I drifted into running by accident to fill the gap left after giving up 'park' football.  After missing over a decade with dodgy ankles, I am now back to plodding around mainly on trails rather than roads. 

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    Liz Dyble

    I started running when I met Neil, in 2011. I'm never going to be the fastest but I've improved a lot since then!  

    From not being able to run a few hundred metres Neil and I ran the London Marathon together in 2016 and are regulars at parkrun and club races.

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    Men's Captain

    Aaron Beaton

    I started running relatively late on in life after I turned 30 and decided that I needed something to get / keep me fit and football wasn’t really for me.  I enjoy the individual aspect of running as a challenge with myself and think it benefits your mental health massively. Becoming part of a running club was amazing for me and it’s great to have others to keep you motivated.


    Ladies Captain

    Vicky Rutter

    Like many I used to run cross country at school. It wasn't until 2018 that I picked it up again (at Bournemouth parkrun). I have been hooked ever since and love getting out there whether it's on the road or trails. I'm always up for a new challenge.

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