Joining Metro Aberdeen Running Club

Metro Aberdeen Running Club use an online membership management tool which makes joining us or renewing your existing membership easier. Please visit the Member Mojo website to join us or renew your membership.

The annual cost to join is £26 for adults and £13 for juniors.

Members will receive a weekly e-mail detailing upcoming training sessions; noteable club and individual member achievements; club news; and upcoming race fixtures.

Perks of membership include access to our club coaches, with their wealth of knowledge and experience, to help you achieve your personal running goals; together with discounted physiotherapy, Run4it Aberdeen discounts, and social events throughout the year!

For some of the most popular races in the running calendar, the club organises optional transport for members for which there may be an additional charge.

If you have any questions, or wish to join us for a trial session before committing to membership, please email

For all seniors and juniors, who wish to participate in these races, you are required to be individual members of Scottish Athletics (except for under 11s who are not required to be SAL members). Without a valid SAL membership you will not be allowed to compete in these events. Please see the Scottish Athletics website for further details on membership and annual fees.

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Metro Aberdeen Running Club take the protection of the data that we hold about you as a member seriously and will do everything possible to ensure that data is collected, stored, processed, maintained, cleansed and retained in accordance with current and future UK data protection legislation.

Please read the full privacy notice carefully to see how The Club will treat the personal information that you provide to us. We will take whatever care is necessary to keep your information secure and to prevent any unauthorised access.

Metro Aberdeen Running Club is committed to providing a safe environment for children/young people under the age of 18. Essential to this commitment, is to ensure that all necessary steps are taken to protect children/young people from the inappropriate use of their images in resource and media publications, on the internet, and elsewhere.

Photographs can be used as a means of identifying children and young people when they are accompanied with personal information, for example, - this is X who is a member of Hometown Athletic Club who likes Westlife and supports Manchester United. This information can make a child vulnerable to an individual who may wish to start to "groom" that child for abuse.

Secondly, the content of the photo can be used or adapted for inappropriate use. While this is rare in athletics, there is evidence of adapted material finding its way onto child pornography sites. Athletics clubs therefore need to develop a policy in relation to the use of images of children/young people on their web sites and in other publications.

When assessing the potential risks in the use of images of athletes, the most important factor is the potential of inappropriate use of images of children.

Please view the PDF of the UKA Photographic Policy Guidance for Athletics Clubs and Stadiums below for further guidelines and information. UKA Photographic Policy Guidelines.

Please view the PDF of the UKA Guidelines for the use of photographic and video images of children/young people under the age of 18 below for further guidelines and information. UKA Photographic Policy and Consent Forms.

Scottish Athletics Policy Statement - Use of photographic and video images of children/young people under the age of 18. Scottish Atheltics Policy Statement

Scottish Athletics Event Registration Form - Day Pass.

Scottish Athletics Parent Consent Form.

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