Welfare & Wellbeing

Mr. Keith Batey. Elswick Harriers Club Welfare Officer.

Keith Batey (pictured left) is the club’s Welfare Officer.

Keith is well versed and qualified to help the club and all of its members in this important role.

If you wish to talk to Keith (in confidence) then please do get in touch by:

Email: keith_batey@yahoo.co.uk  

(Please note the underscore_ between letters h & b).

Alternatively contact Keith on: 07742 943 900.

There are other ways to talk through your concern by:

Newcastle Safeguarding Duty Team: 0191 278 78 78.

In Immediate danger? Call the police by dialling 999.   

Below: take a look at the club’s mental health ambassador, Christianne James and this years Run / Talk initiative 🙂

 

 

 

 

Just below our Ambassador profile, is a team photo of our Run-Talk initiative evening.

Mental Health Ambassador.

Christiane James: Mental Health Ambassador: Her story. (pictured left). In 2009, prompted by a life event, I started running again. I decided to do the GNR to raise money for Cancer Research. I found that I enjoyed running and from thereon I increased the mileage every week. I particularly liked running outdoors as it helped me to switch off from the pressures of life and gave me time to clear my head. Who would have thought then that I would go on running London Marathon this year, a week before my 59th birthday? Running makes me feel ” Forever Young” and joining Elswick Harriers contributed to making new friends with whom I have built a genuine camaraderie as we battle the wind and rain together on training days and race days. 

 

 

2017 Team Run-Talk Runners: Club & non-club members.