About the club

C&C was founded in 1961 from a merger of two clubs, Cambridge City Athletic Club and Coleridge Athletic Club. (Coleridge is a district of Cambridge.) It has been C&C ever since.

We have over 950 members around 850 of whom are active competitively. Just under 60% of the club's membership is young athletes, under 18 years old. Of the remainder over 300 focus on road running and other endurance events such as cross country and fell running. (Yes, fell running, there may be no fells anywhere near Cambridge - there aren't even any decent hills anywhere near Cambridge - but we poor flatlanders occasionally take to the fells and have occasionally been know to perform moderately well.)

Charitable status

We are registered with the Charity Commission as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

As such have to meet the relatively stringent conditions the Charity Commission impose on us in giving details of the club's trustees (its elected committee - see below) and its financial operations.

The club's registered charity number is 1169959 and its address is University Sports Ground, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge CB3 0EQ.

C&C committee

The club is run entirely by volunteers and has a maximum committee of 15. Currently they are:

Elected members

President: Mary Holmes

Chair: Keith Clarke

Treasurer: John Aston

Track and Field co-ordinator: Noel Moss

Endurance co-ordinator: Chris Hurcomb

Coaching co-ordinator: Mo Park

Young athletes co-ordinator: Julie Wych

Member without portfolio: Mark Vile

Membership secretary: Marie Whittle

Co-opted members

Ric Park (Cross-country)

Becky Wilburn (Endurance, wheelchair athletics and women's running)

Jen Richardson (Social media)

The committee is organised around a number of portfolio responsibilities. Details are set out in this document.

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News

  • English Schools 2017 +

    Congratulations to our English Schools medallists. Thomas Keen (U17M 3000m), Julia Paternain (U20W 3000m) and Adelaide Omitowoju (U17W Triplejump) all took gold, and Stephanie Browne took silver in U15Girls Hammer. Unlucky Jordan Wood was 4th in the U20Mens steeplechase.

    C&C had 16 competitors in the Cambridgeshire team and one in the Bedfordshire team.

  • Scottish U20W 60m Hurdles champion +

    Finlay Marriott was a clear winner of the Scottish Under 20 Womens Indoor 60m Hurdles Championship at the Emirates Arena on 11th February with a time of 8.90 secs.

  • Superb County XC results +

    Magnificent results from the County Cross-country Championships.  C&C destroyed the competition.  Congratulations to all athletes and coaches.  For full results click here and for a match report click here 

  • Christmas Party +

    This year's C&C Christmas Party will be held at Anglia Ruskin University on Friday 15th December. There will be a salsa band and a buffet. Open to all C&C members and their guests. To buy a ticket  click here

  • Cardiac screening +

    Unexpected cardiac problems have the potential to affect all athletes.  Screening is now available.  For details follow this link.

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Directions

Map for directions to track

Use our interactive map for directions to the track and sports centre, click here.

Important Notices

The Annual General Meeting of the Club will be on Tuesday 28th November 2017, at the clubhouse at 8:15pm. More details here

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The track and field results and latest ranking lists are on the T&F results page and are updated weekly when possible.

Newsletter

Latest newsletter October 2017 - Click here

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