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    • Farewell Wellington Marathon Clinic
      • At the 2021 AGM, the club unanimously decided to rename the club name from “Wellington Marathon Clinc” to “Wellington Runners and Walkers”. Never have I attended an AGM where the outcomes for the club has been so decisive! In under … Continue reading →

    • February 2022 Newsletter
      • Hi, everyone! Mikey Clarke here, Runners-and-Walkers joint President. Annual Subs First up, I’d like to taint the illustrious honey of our regular newsletter content with the rancid Nouveaux-Riche anthrax of making a whole lot of noise re the paying of … Continue reading →

    • Otari-Wilton bush barbecue, 20(?) Feb: weather knife-edge
      • Hi, everyone! The rest of the Club committee and I had been weighing up a decision re the Otari-Wilton bush barbecue and group(s) run charging ahead on the 20th. The weather forecast is dicey. https://www.metservice.com/…/locations/wellington/7-days says: “Sun: morning rain, possibly heavy, and … Continue reading →

    • Otari-Wilton bush barbecue, 6(?) Feb: horrid weather forces postponement
      • Soooo we’ve been keeping tabs on https://www.metservice.com/towns-cities/locations/wellington/7-days and its Sunday forecast … and by all accounts, Sunday morning’s weather will be atrocious. Ferocious. Beyond apocalyptic.  https://centerforsurfresearch.org/largest-wave-ever-recorded/ says the largest wave ever recorded was 524 metres high. Sunday’s storms will likely triple … Continue reading →

    • Newsletter, January 2022
      • HHi, everyone! Welcome back. The Wellington Runners and Walkers club returns for another year! A new year has commenced. Wellington’s beautiful bush tracks and blah pavements won’t pound themselves, y’know. Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duty. Shoelaces must … Continue reading →

    • 2021 AGM and Awards Presentation
      • Kia ora A warm welcome to members to come to our Annual General Meeting and Awards Presentation on Sunday 12 December.  Venue: Wellington Indian Association Centre, 48 Kemp St, KilbirniePark in non-reserved parks at the side and the back of the venue. 8.00 am  … Continue reading →

    • Reasons for Joining the WMC
      • Members,We are trying to attract more club membership. So we’re doing some research about the main reasons people join our club, and why they keep coming.  We’d like you to think about the following questions. 1. What made you join the WMC? 2. What … Continue reading →

    • October 2021 Newsletter
      • ASB Centre Meeting Room We’ve cancelled our booking for the meeting room during Covid level 2, and will continue to meet in the car park during level 2. Sorry, but we can’t provide bag minding, child care or refreshments at this … Continue reading →

    • September 2021 Newsletter
      • Peter Firth on 26 September trip to Upper Hutt Hello Friends, Last Sunday the Clinic had a bus trip out to Te Marua/Maymorn in the Upper Hutt valley. On this trip an event occurred that is surely unheralded in the … Continue reading →

    • Founder Member’s Delight
      • Hi WMC! This is just a wee note to say how delighted I am to see that the Wellington Marathon Clinic is still running marathons. I haven’t kept in touch for many years for one reason or another. I’m one … Continue reading →

    • Bus Trip: Tunnel Gully, Upper Hutt; 26 Sept 2021
      • Itinerary Pickup from: 8am: ASB Centre, 72 Kemp Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington8:10: Wellington Railway Station8:20: Ngauranga Gorge, Hutt Road Heading to: Maymorn Rail Station – Parkes Line Road Upper HuttDestination: Tunnel Gully Recreation Area on Plateau Road Upper Hutt Return 11:30 Stopping … Continue reading →

    • August 2021 Newsletter
      • Update from Graham Sampson Hello everyone, Sheila and I made it back to the UK safely and have settled in Dickens Heath, it’s about halfway between Stratford on Avon and Birmingham. We are close to family which is great. I … Continue reading →

    • August 2021 Newsletter
      • Update from Graham Sampson Hello everyone, Sheila and I made it back to the UK safely and have settled in Dickens Heath, it’s about halfway between Stratford on Avon and Birmingham. We are close to family which is great. I … Continue reading →

    • July 2021 Newsletter
      • Update from the WMC Management Committee Kia ora The Committee has been considering ways to implement the strategic plan approved at last year’s AGM. We’ve listened to your suggestions and are exploring ways to both attract new members and support … Continue reading →

    • July 2021 Newsletter
      • Update from the WMC Management Committee Kia ora The Committee has been considering ways to implement the strategic plan approved at last year’s AGM. We’ve listened to your suggestions and are exploring ways to both attract new members and support … Continue reading →

    • WMC Cinema Night, 28 Aug 2021
      • The WMC Time Cinema evening on Sat 28 Aug 2021.191 Sutherland Road, Lyall Bay, Wellingtonhttps://www.timecinema.com/ Time4:00pm happy hour BYO for a4:30pm start in the theatre (to enable everyone to get home nice and early).5:30-6:45pm usual Chicken roast meal with Dessert. … Continue reading →

    • WMC Movie Night, 28 Aug 2021
      • News Update – Mon 23 Aug 2021 Obviously this event cannot go ahead until we reach level 2 and Time Cinema has confirmed it can go ahead.Apologies everyone.We will postpone the event date until things have settled down.And will advise … Continue reading →

    • June 2021 Newsletter
      • Previous Month’s Tui Regurgitates Dear Leader Wim: Colonial Knob bus trip: through a fluke I happened to be in town for the last Sunday in May.  Perhaps I could join the Clinic on a bus run to Colonial Knob?   So … Continue reading →

    • June 2021 Newsletter
      • Previous Month’s Tui Regurgitates Dear Leader Wim: Colonial Knob bus trip: through a fluke I happened to be in town for the last Sunday in May.  Perhaps I could join the Clinic on a bus run to Colonial Knob?   So … Continue reading →

    • Tony Oakshatt: his life and memories
      • This eulogy is constructed from Tony’s own memoirs, unknown to the family until very recently, and from conversations with and notes supplied by Nicola Irons and Gareth Oakshatt. As all good eulogies begin: Anthony John Oakshatt was born on 26 … Continue reading →

    • April 2021 Newsletter
      • Wim Eaten By Particularly Ravenous Tui Turns out the entire city of Nelson and everything in it was swallowed whole by a particularly ravenous tui. Including our beloved President. And his monthly message. We are receiving reports that surviving locals … Continue reading →

    • March 2021 Newsletter
      • Graham Sampson After 35 years Graham and Sheila Sampson will be returning to the UK in May. Mo and Persephone organised a celebratory dinner at the Spruce Goose for them. There were some old faces present and the speeches kept … Continue reading →

    • January 2021
      • WELLINGTON MARATHON CLINIC Minutes of Management Committee Meeting held at the ASB Centre10 January 2021, 1.00-2.30 PresentWim van Dijk (chair), Sean Bardsley, Nigel Raymond, Liz Morrison (minutes), Tasi Takuira-Mita, Mikey Clarke, Gordon Clarke, Julie Huo (by phone) Apologies Judy Hedwig, … Continue reading →

    • February 2021 Newsletter
      • From the President Hi folks and welcome to my first spiel in 2021.  It was great to see people on the trails around Wilton Bush on 31 Jan.  I’d like to update you on another great trail, in my opinion … Continue reading →

    • November 2020 Newsletter
      • From the President… The last newsletter from us this year. Obviously things have been rather different in 2020, and a lot of events got scrunched up into the last couple of months. It was good that people made the most of those … Continue reading →

    • October 2020
      • WELLINGTON MARATHON CLINICMinutes of Management Committee Meetingheld at ASB Centre, 18 October 2020 at 7:30pm-9:00pm Present Wim van Dijk (scribe), Sean Bardsley, Gordon Clarke, Bruce Campbell, Julie Huo, Bice Awan, Liz Morrison and Persephone Georgiakakis.Apologies Mikey Clarke Correspondence Received (WvD)Committee … Continue reading →

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