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North Staffordshire Road Runners Association was set up in July 1974 to promote road running in the North Staffordshire region. Members are organised into groups based on ability. There are seven mens and five ladies groups. There are also leagues for different age groups 40 to 44, 45 to 50 etc.

Each year 20 races are chosen to go into the NSRRA programme and the best 12 performances in these races count towards the league competition. In each of the events the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc in each group receives 50, 49, 48, 47 etc points.

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Race 19
Flying Fox 10
November 7thAV TIming
Race 20
Meerbrook 15k
November 20thAV Timing
Race 1
Alsager 5
February 6thBook It Zone
FR Systems
Race 2
Knighton 20
and Knighton 20 relay
March 13thAV Timing
Book It Zone

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If you would like to purchase a vest,
NSRRA T Shirt, hoodie or mug click on the link HERE.

Race 18: Flying Fox 10
Date: 7th November 2021
Time: 10:30am

HQ: All Saints Primary School, Standon, Staffordshire, ST21 6RN
Prizes: M & F 1, 2, 3 age group awards, and teams

Memento to all finishers
NSRRA Event. Please wear letter on back.

The route is a scenic 10 miles in the countryside of Staffordshire. Roads are quiet. The course is undulating, with 1 small lap and 1 large lap.

Collect timing chip at least 30 minutes before the race start.

Fees: £15/17 (+£1.70 Admin Fee)
Lower rate for attached runners.

If you cant join us for the real race, why not take part virtually. Simply complete 10 miles anywhere and submit your time. The run will count towards being a NSRRA compleat runner, but will not earn you points.

Fee: £14.00 (+£1.60 Admin Fee).
Closing date for Online entry: 5th November 2021

Race 20: Meerbrook 15k
Date: 20th November 2021
Time: 10:30am

Set in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands with views over the Cheshire plain,

The Meerbrook 15km is a challenging race with a good field every year.
Location: Meerbrook Village Hall, near Leek, Staffordshire.

This years finisher’s memento is a a technical t-shirt in sizes Ladies S, S, M, L, XL, XXL

In addition to the actual race, this year we are offering you numerous other options to earn the famous Meerbrook t-shirt:
– Virtual 15km: Single Run/Walk
– Virtual 15km: Multiple Runs/Walks
– Virtual 5km

Prizes to first 3, all age groups and first team.
Facilities include indoor hall, bag drop, first aid, toilets and refreshments.
In the event of race cancellation due to Covid, the event will either be re-arranged or turned virtual.
You will be required to estimate your time, in case of wave starts.
Collect race number on the day.
Virtual Race Period 18th – 23rd November.
To obtain NSRRA points, must run the actual 15km race.

Meerbrook 15km:  £18.00 Affiliated, £20.00 Unafilliated (+£1.90 Admin Fee)
Virtual 15km: £12.00 (+£1.50 Admin Fee)
Virtual 5km: £9.00 (+£1.50 Admin Fee)

If you enter on line –


Example: Click on – Sportsoft

NSRRA Awards Presentation 2021

Well done to all our award winners. HERE is the list.
Also, a big thank you to Mick Hall and Bryan Dale for taking the photos.
Photos can be found on their websites by clicking their names above.

Race 18: Werrington 10k – Race Summary

Event number 18 the Werrington 10k finally had decent weather.

A respectable field of 150 were on the start line to run around the country lanes.

Race winners were Ross Connor of City Of Stoke and Rachel Brown of Trentham Running Club.

First home for NSRRA were Ross Connor and Debbie Thomas of Trentham Running Club.

Rachel Brown
Debbie Thomas
Ross Connor

The 2021 Season – Groups

Click HERE to a list of all the groups.

Blast From The Past with Bryan Dale

Click HERE to see race photos for the Stone St. Michael’s 10k 2014 Race

A running blog from a newbie about the 2020 season

My first year in the NSRRA by Simon Clarke, click HERE to read it.

NSRRA Newsletter August 2021

Click HERE.

NSRRA are strongly advising that runners do not wear headphones. 

This can be dangerous as you cannot hear marshalls instructions.  With most courses not closed to traffic you need to hear what is going on around you.

You also risk disqualification as some races operate this policy.