Social Events and Key Dates

Events are available across a range of activities to suit the wide-ranging needs of our club members. There’s something to suit all! Check out the sub categories for upcoming events and to book a place or find out more about any event, please contact our social secretaries:

Michelle Miles Call or Text: 07527 041376  email:

Alison O’Mara Call or Text: 07583 947434‬  email:

General Club SocialsRun-Incorporated SocialsKey Club RacesFamily EventsDevelopmentWelfare Talks

  • The social calendar is subject to change


January 2019

Mental Health Wellbeing Workshop – Wednesday 16th January 2019 @ 8pm – After the fantastic start to RED January and the first of two annual #runandtalk events in early February, we are hoping to keep the momentum going when raising awareness of mental health wellbeing by providing a workshop. Sara Buckley and Emma Phillips will be joining Michael Beasley to deliver what is hoped will be an informative session aimed at the three core principles of MIND’s #runandtalk programme.

February 2019

Gala Dinner and Awards Presentation Night – Friday 1st February – A wonderful celebration of the year’s running. Dress to impress as we hand out awards to the season’s mover and shakers. It’s a fantastic opportunity to relive all those superb moments from the last year amongst friends.
Post Alsager 5 Drinks – Sunday 3rd February, after the race – Let’s get together for a post-Alsager 5, NSRRA-opener shandy or two.
Injury Prevention Talk  – Ever wondered how you could prevent those little niggles and issues before they start and what to do if they happen? Well this is the talk for you!

March 2019

Marshall Training – Wednesday 27th March  – As part of the club rules you must help at a minimum of one club race per year so the club is putting on this training event to help train club members. It will also aid as a refresher for the more experienced among us. Please come along and support your club!

April 2019

First Aid TrainingWednesday 3rd April 7.30pm.  While it can easily pass you by, undergoing first aid training is worthwhile.  Having some knowledge and never having to use it, is far better than finding yourself with an injured person (as a runner or a marshal) and not knowing how you could help.  The training is developed to benefit all Runners, Supporters, Run Leaders and Marshals.  Subjects that will be covered include; CPR, Sprains, Cuts and Grazes, Dehydration, Heat Exhaustion, Choking, Hyperthermia and Cramp.  We would strongly recommend as many people join us as possible.

Spring Treble 11th, 18th & 25th April – join us for our fantastic 5-mile(ish) off road courses and Hanchurch, Kibblestone and Downs Banks (at Oulton CC). As always you’re welcome to run or marshal – please come along and support your club!

Club AGM – Wednesday 17th April at 8pm – Witness the SMM Politicians make grand statements in an attempt to get elected / re-elected to the highly prestigious Stone MM Management Committee! Bring a plate of food for the Buffet and Bunfight.


June 2019

Westbridge 5 – Sunday 2nd June – as part of the NSRRA series, SMM supports this 5-mile race around Stone. You’re welcome to run or marshal

Showground Relays – Wednesday 12th June 7.30pm  – suitable for all running members of the club irrespective of speed, the showground relays are for teams of 4 where each runner does a 2 mile lap.


July 2019

Thunder Run – Saturday 2oth into Sunday 21st July – Whether you’re running or supporting, head over to Catton Park to support your fellow Bats in this years’ Thunder Run, a wonderful 24 hour event sure to bring our many teammates closer together.

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November 2019

Flying Fox 10  Sunday 3rd November 2019, 10.30am – as part of the NSRRA series, SMM puts on the Flying Fox 10, a challenging but beautiful course around Standon Bowers and Maer. You’re welcome to run or marshal.

December 2019

Chairman’s Bare Wrist Run – Wednesday TBC December, 6pm registration, 6.30pm race – anyone can win this highly prestigious accolade, it’s all about the ability to run to a consistent pace – without a watch. We all predict our times and see how good we are at pacing without watches. The winner is the one who is closet to their predicted time – thus we can all win this and frame the results sheet!