Westies, more than just a

Hill and Off Road Running Club



Upcoming Events

6:30 pm Christmas Pub Run
Christmas Pub Run
Dec 19 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The run will be starting at 7pm sharp from the Bon Accord Pub, G3 7DA (Probably the greatest pub in Glasgow) We’ll be meeting beforehand for a drink from 6.30 pm. Bags can be left
12:30 pm Thursday Lunch Reps @ Meet at McLennan Arch.
Thursday Lunch Reps @ Meet at McLennan Arch.
Dec 20 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
11:00 am Stanley’s Annual Christmas Run i...
Stanley’s Annual Christmas Run i...
Dec 26 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
I’ll be hosting a Boxing day social run starting and finishing at the Village Inn in Arrochar. Only a wee run out to the trig on Monadh Tighe na Laraich (marked on 1:25000 map), about

News & Reports

Swift & Speedy Westies

John Donnelly has complied a list of your ‘best time’ at a hill race or club handicap.

Pentland Skyline
Mark Rigby 1989 2 hr 26 min 40 sec
Helene Diamantides 1997 2 hr 54 min 22 sec


Ben Lomond
Christine Menhennet 1993 1 hr 23 min 54 sec
Mark Rigby 1993 1 hr 7 min 18 sec
Christine Menhennet 1989 4 hr 16 min 15 sec
Sam Alexander 2016 3 hr 35 min 3 sec


Ben Rinnes
Ronnie Gallagher 2000 2 hr 3 min 37 sec
Ellie Homewood 2009 2 hr 35 min 27 sec
Check the full history

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Achievements by Westie Members

Manny Gorman

Westies wouldn’t be Westies without Manny Gorman. In April 2009 Manny set out on a continuous, unmotorised journey around the 219 Corbetts – Scottish mountains between 2500-3000 feet high – covering a staggering 2600 miles & 420,000 feet of ascent, by foot, cycle and yachet, in a record 70 days. To-date Manny still holds this record.

Contact Manny for book details.

Christine Menhennet

Has won SHR Championships in all age categories from senior to V60. Christine continues to run. This no mean feat and shows the calibre of Christine’s running over the years.

Hopefully Christine will release a book…

Charlie Campbell

In the summer of 2000 Charlie Campbell broke the record for a continuous self-propelled round of all the Munros, at the time Scotland’s 284 mountains over 3000 feet in height.

Charlies’ book is available here