Bolton United Harriers & Athletics Club is the town’s oldest running club and have been ‘Running, jumping and throwing since 1908’.

All ages and abilities are welcome to join us and become part of the harriers family. Whether you are looking to get fit or want to be competitive at your chosen level, there is a group for everyone with UKA qualified coaches.

We are based at Leverhulme Park Athletics Track (BL2 6EB) off Long Lane which offers great indoor and outdoor training facilities.

Training nights are Tuesday and Thursday come rain or shine with extra sessions on the weekends. Start and finish times depend on the group you’ll be training with so either email membership@boltonunitedharriers.co.uk or call 07396316930 for more information and we’ll introduce you to the most appropriate group.

Thanks for visiting the site, see you down at the track soon!

  • Bolton Harriers & AC AGM 2020

    Dear All, I’m pleased to announce the date for this years Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Monday 30th November @ 7pm. This years meeting will be a virtual meeting hosted on Zoom, due to coronavirus and Government lockdown rules which will still be in place on the date of the read more

  • Gwylim’s Got Talent

    Saturday 10th October saw a dry day thankfully and a resumption of competition for the kids at Bolton Harriers. Gwylim Jones took an excited Under 11s squad and their families to the Trafford Athletic Club Open Meeting and was extremely proud and encouraged by their effort and application. He was read more

  • An update from the chairman

    Dear Members It has been a while since we last communicated as a Club / Committee and following a recent committee meeting I wanted to share with you an update on the current position, whilst also looking back over the last few months and looking forward to the future also. read more

  • Martin has the right chemistry

    In Martin Reid’s working life PB is a scientific symbol. It had a whole new meaning this weekend at the Podium 5K in Barrowford for the Science Teacher from Harper Green School. In a hotly contested Grade A race, attracting runners the length and breadth of the British Isles, this read more

  • Bolton 5K

    Despite Coronavirus putting paid to lots of sporting events at the weekend the Bolton 5k got the green light to go ahead. The rearranged Central Lancashire Grand Prix fixture was dominated by Bolton Harriers running on their home course. Harriers provided the first 3 and had 7 runners in the read more