Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • The Bees are back on the track.

Athletics Clubs and Networks

During 2009 England Athletics engaged in the rolling out of Athletics Networks. These Athletics Networks are clusters of clubs working strategically with other local key partners to develop the sport of athletics in that area. Athletics Networks will normally be multiple clubs (often comprising of a mixture of track and field and off-track) working together in each area. Athletics Networks will seek to drive up the quality of coaching, links with community groups such as schools, competition in clubs (inter and intra club) and also seek to develop the all round quality of provision within clubs in the network.

365 was heavily involved in the formation of the Kent London Athletic Network plan, and will be instrumental in delivering the plan on behalf of the constituent clubs, namely Beckenham Runners, Bexley AC, Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC, Cambridge Harriers and Petts Wood Runners.

The principals of 365 have recently undertaken a strategic review of a large, well-known and successful club, with the result that a significant number of positions, procedures and processes will be or already have been enhanced, eliminated or replaced, in the quest to stay as one of the foremost athletic clubs in the country.

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Track Re-opening

The track will reopen from Wednesday 6th November for Bees sessions.


Mondays 6.00 - 7.00 pm

Wednesdays 6.00 - 7.00 pm

Saturdays 9.00 - 10.00 am


Saturdays 9.00 - 10.00 am


Saturdays 9.00 - 10.00 am

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Adult Exercise

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365 Athletics Academy Limited

60 Kingsway
West Wickham
Kent BR4 9JG

Tel: 07973 114404

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Random Testimonials

  • "The Bees academy has been welcoming to my daughter and her friends.It's a healthy outdoors activity, that's fun and enjoyable for children. It's opened all of our minds to athletics as a sport."

    +   Mrs Sharon Hurlock (mother to Aine)
  • "Also I wanted to say thanks very much to the coaching team for the cross-country. Angus has really enjoyed it this term and was rewarded by being amongst the medal winners at the Bromley Primary schools event yesterday. (He also won another cross-country tournament earlier in the week at Alleyn's schools in Dulwich.)"

    +   Rod Harrington, Parent
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