Club History

Sudbury Court Running Club was formed in May 1999 as a result of a decision made by a group of runners that had previously met informally each Tuesday for a run and a social drink.  Originally the group had consisted of members of the Serpentine Running Club based in Hyde Park using the Tuesday meeting for Harrow and Wembley members to meet at Vale Farm Sports Centre to run on a regular basis.  Over the years other runners joined the group but not the Serpentine Club.

Following its creation the Sudbury Court Running Club took its name from the Sudbury Court Sports Club where the group had moved to earlier in 1999.  The club developed, achieving and maintaining a membership of around 30 members, it became and is currently affiliated to the South of England Athletics Associationgoverned by the British Athletic Federation (BAF).

In June 2004 the Sudbury Court Sports Club ceased to exist, as a result the Sudbury Court Running Club took up temporary residence with Wembley Cricket while an alternative base could be found.  In September 2004 the club moved to its present home at Wembley and Sudbury Tennis and Squash Club.  This club has a long history having been formed in 1901 as a tennis club, the squash section was formed in 1965, both sports support teams in leagues.


What we do

The club meets at 7.05pm, every Tuesday and Thursday evening, at Wembley & Sudbury Tennis and Squash Club

The Tuesday run begins with a social run of about 2k, run at a speed to accommodate everyone. It then splits up to run various distances, ranging from 4-9 miles in total. Length of run is entirely of personal choice.

Most of the courses undertaken are on well-lit roads, but in summer, many people enjoy running over Horsenden Hill, Greenford, and along the canal towpath.
Some free car parking space is available on site, and there is ample street parking.

Contact us

To get in touch with us please email the committee at