AGM 2015

This years AGM will be held at the clubhouse on Wednesday 17 Jun 2015.

I urge you all to attend to have your say on the future of the club.

Several Committee members have served their 3 year term and this is your opportunity to become involved. There is one constitutional change proposed which will be posted on the committee noticeboard at least 14 days prior to the AGM. A number of changes will be discusssed as a result of the recent survey which all were invited to participate in. An agenda will follow in due course.

Garry Jeffries

Chairman Maidenhead AC


Maidenhead Athletic Club

No coaching at Braywick on the following evenings, due to most club members being involved in club races elsewhere :

12/5   (Tuesday)

19/5 (Tuesday)

26/5 (Tuesday)

09/6 (Tuesday)

23/6 (Tuesday)

14/7 (Tuesday)

Braywick Development

The proposed plans to redevelop the existing facilities at Braywick Park is a chance for Maidenhead AC to evolve and become an integral part of the sporting facilities planned.

The prospect of a state of the art running track which will be regularly maintained is reason enough to take this huge step forward for the club.

The proposed upgrades are the first steps to turning Braywick into a centre of excellence for the benefit both able and disabled athletes and other sports clubs based on the park.

Braywick Park  offers opportunities to pursue Athletics, Rugby, Archery, Shooting, Hockey and Football to mention but a few all off which will reap benefits from the continued development of the sight. The club looks forward to working in partnership with Sportsable and other interested clubs to cement the future of Maidenhead's sporting community. 

Garry Jeffries 

Chairman Maidenhead AC











Maidenhead A.C. has a thriving athletics club based at Braywick Park in Maidenhead. We have a clubhouse prominently sited next to the running track.

We are a friendly club which welcomes and caters for all ages and abilities from beginners to County standard and beyond.

Club Nights

Wednesday when members and newcomers meet at 6.30pm, with road runs leaving around 6.45pm.

Training Sessions

Tuesday evenings training sessions are held, with qualified coaches, from 6.30pm.

Long Runs

For the real enthusiasts and those who like longer runs, join us Sunday mornings at 8.30am. Shorter runs can be arranged.

Social Runs

Fridays when all run together at the pace of the slowest runner. A short run starting at 7.00pm, followed by an optional visit to the pub. All welcome. 

Our Junior section competes in Track & Field, Sports Hall and Cross Country. Juniors sessions are held indoors over the winter and at Braywick in the summer on Saturday mornings.

Beginners courses are held regularly to introduce newcomers to jogging, running and athletics.




Maidenhead Easter Ten, Good Friday April 3rd 2015

Race report and final results are here.