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We are now an SCIO

A.C.E. RaceRunning Club (Charity number SC042877) has changed its legal structure from an unincorporated association to a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). The process as laid down by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) requires us to setup a new charity, transfer all operations to the new charity and then wind-up the old charity. We are […]

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2018 Season

Weekly sessions resumed on Monday 12th March 2018. Our last night for the season will be October 8th. Please see Sessions under Activities on the menu above for more details.  

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Ayr Seaforth AC Championships

A number of RaceRunners competed in the Ayr Seaforth Championships in September. Despite being a cold and windy day they all put in terrific performances in the 100m and 400m events.

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Brenda’s Mature Movers

We were delighted to be chosen by ‘Brenda’s Mature Movers’ to be the charity to benefit from their 10th annual charity walk and lunch. A huge thank you to everyone who took part and supported them and we were able to purchase a much needed new X-Large bike from their donation. Here is Brenda putting […]

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Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Just before Christmas we received a cheque from the Glasgow Prestwick Airport Employee charity fund. Employees donate to the fund throughout the year which is then split amongst charities chosen by the employees. It was a lovely pre-Christmas surprise to find out that we had been successfully nominated.

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Ayr Seaforth Athletics Club

We are delighted that Ayr Seaforth Athletics Club, who are based at Dam Park Stadium in Ayr, are to set up a disability athletics group, starting with RaceRunning. The Monday night Running Bike sessions will become part of Ayr Seaforth, and other disability athletics disciplines will follow. It was always an aim of A.C.E. that […]

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RaceRunning Coaching Course

Scotland’s first RaceRunning Course for coaches was recently held at Emirates Arena. The course was fully booked with 15 people attending from across Scotland. It was delivered by RaceRunning Scotland in partnership with Scottish Disability Sport, Scottish Athletics and Glasgow Life. Our club coach David and parent Scot both attended the course. If you would […]

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RaceRunning at APCP Annual Conference

RaceRunning at UK National Paediatric Physiotherapists (APCP) Annual Conference RaceRunning featured as the final session at the APCP (Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists) Annual Conference. The session included presentations by two of Scotland’s young CP athletes both of whom are RaceRunning World Champions. First Gavin Drysdale (pictured) opened the session by using his communication device, […]

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Kilmarnock Harriers RaceRunning

We are delighted to announce that the Wednesday night RaceRunning group at Ayrshire Athletics Arena is now run by the Kilmarnock Harriers Athletics Club. The Harriers, a very successful mainstream Athletics Club, approached us as they were planning to start a disability section. Following a successful campaign to recruit volunteers, the Harriers took over the […]

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Give As You Live

We have registered ‘A.C.E. RaceRunning Club’ with ‘Give as you Live’ which allows our members and supporters to raise money for us whilst they shop online at no cost to either you or A.C.E. There are thousands of stores to choose from across all interests including all the best known websites and each time you […]

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