The committee meets every 6 weeks to talk all things club related. If you have anything you’d like us to share or put forward at our meetings then please let us know!
Chair – Jayne Woodhouse
I joined Reading Joggers in 2012 after reality set in, either diet for the rest of my life or move. I hadn’t run for many years. I can honestly say that running has given me back my life. I have since become a member of the 100marathon club, something I would never have imagined in a million years. The passion I have for running is immense, I love the wellbeing it gives me, the community spirit it provides and helping and inspiring people to achieve goals. I’m usually in the slower group but hey I’m out there and totally enjoying it.
Secretary – Michael Goff
My name is Mike Goff and I’ve been a member of Reading Joggers for 4 years. I run with the club most weeks and take part in many of the local races. I regularly run and volunteer at Prospect parkrun. Reading Joggers has been brilliant for giving me the motivation and knowledge to become a stronger runner and has helped ensure that running remains a pleasure not a chore. Since I joined I’ve steadily tried to become more actively involved in the club, starting with regularly leading one of the Tuesday night groups and culminating in become a committee member for the first time this year (2019). I hope to carry on the good work of my predecessors and ensure that the club remains friendly, welcoming and beneficial to all.
Treasurer – Mahmud Husein
Club Kit – Nick Steward
Hi, I’m Nick Steward and am responsible for the Reading Joggers club kit.
I joined the club in 2010 to get fit for the coming hockey season… but I ended up staying and haven’t played hockey since!
I’ve gone from shorter distances to longer runs which I probably enjoy the most. Our club is friendly and all-welcoming. We have great coaches and our members range from Team GB ultra-runners, 100 Marathon Club members to social runners who enjoy a gentle jog around Tilehurst and Calcot on a Tuesday evening!
Over the years I’ve probably used nearly every type of running garment there is, so hopefully I’m well suited to look after our kit and am always happy to give any tips and recommendations!
Club Welfare Officer – Barry Tucker
I have been a member of Reading Joggers now for over 6 years. I love being part of the club, so I decided to give something back. Being the welfare officer is a very important role and I feel privileged to hold this post.
I have always been an active person for as long as I can remember, running, biking and hiking are my main passions in life. I have been running on and off for many years but have been more devoted to it in the past few years. I love training for events and setting myself challenges that I try and beat. I have completed many half marathons and 10k events but I am always on the lookout for new challenges. I love running as there is always something to test yourself against and a never ending bucket list of things to do. Happy running! Barry
Vice Captain – Andrea Elliott
I’m Andrea, joint Vice Captain of Reading Joggers. I’ve been a member of the club since July 2019; after a year of running mostly solo, and throwing myself into some pretty bonkers events with very little training!
Reading Joggers has provided me with much needed structure to my running week and it’s just great to be part of a very supportive, caring and fun running community.
To date I have raced in 50k’s, half marathons, 10k’s and 24hr events. I really enjoy group training sessions with our amazing coaches. Although they put us through our paces, it really doesn’t matter what level you are at. Our weekly runs are also inclusive and you can pick and choose a pace that suits you – no one gets left behind. If people have stopped listening to you talk about running then you need to join Reading Joggers!
Vice Captain – Jonathan White
I’m Jonathan and I’m so happy to be joint Vice Captain of Reading Joggers. I’ve been running for a few years now and joined the club in 2019. I really enjoy organising club runs and events and like being part of a club which has a family feel. My running has greatly improved and so far the furthest distance I’ve run is a half marathon, but I aim to achieve further distances in the future. In my spare time I love cycling, travelling and experiencing new things.
Social Secretary – Corinne Callaway
Hi there, my name is Corinne and I’m proud to announce myself as your Social Secretary. Aswell as a huge passion for running and a zest for organising social events, I enjoy spa days, afternoon tea, travelling and immersing myself in new experiences.
I’ve enjoyed many highlights from my past six years of running and now want to achieve new goals, to enable this I became a member of the club in January 2020. So far I’ve thoroughly enjoyed attending the sessions and have hugely progressed in the sport. I’ve also met some great and inspirational people.
If you enjoy running at any level and want to meet people who share the same passion, we would love you to join us. Everybody is welcome to join our fun, fab and friendly running club. So what are you waiting for!
Membership Secretary – Kirsty Moulsley
I love running, simple! I’m excited to have joined the committee to give something back to Reading Joggers – a club that has given me so much… a love for running in the woods…the support to train and run the London Marathon, something I always thought was totally out of reach, the opportunity to run for 24 hours in Wasing Park… I could go on! Reading Joggers is a fab club, one I’m proud to be a part of and I’m looking forward to processing all your membership documents!
Ordinary Member – Adrienne Roberts
Hi, I’m Adrienne and I’m pleased to be part of Reading Joggers. Throughout my ilfe I’ve been running on and off and recently joined the club in 2020 to help improve my running. In my spare time I enjoy walking and doing insanity workouts to help maintain my level of fitness. Recently I completed a 32 mile walk. I look forward to contributing to the committee and sharing your views!