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Your NFR Committee

2023-2024 Committee Members


Patrick Price (He/Him)


I’ve always loved running since I was a young lad but only really started entering races in my early 30s - the first one being the Great North Run - since then I’ve completed 10 GNRs and a number of marathons. I joined Frontrunners soon after it was formed and I’m the longest standing active member. What I love about Newcastle Frontrunners is the combination of a great running experience regardless of ability, and the social elements that enables me to make connections with people who run at different paces. (The cakes are a real incentive!!) Despite the fact that I’m currently injured, members keep in touch with encouragement and support. Joining the group was one of the best decisions I’ve made 😁


Adam Moxley (He/Him)


I've been a member of NFR since 2016 (with a gap of a couple of years when life got in the way). Being a member of NFR has motivated me to try out my first half marathon as well as a few local 10k races. You'll often see me at my local Parkrun in Saltwell Park as well as in the green group on our Wednesday Rainbow Run.


Patrice Siou (He/Him)


Been running with NFR for just over three years now. I came late to running and only started running about 4 years ago. NFR has encouraged me to run regularly and further than ever before. Always set off too quickly and ready to stop for a breather at any opportunity. Last year I joined the committee to help put on what turned out to be a virtual LGBT 5K Festival.

Training Lead

Jo Morrisey (She/Her)



Grand Prix Events

Stuart Forsyth (He/Him)


I joined NFR in 2019 to mainly meet more LGBT people and make new friends. I am now a run leader for the club mainly running with our green group. I also love baking and you will see a lot of my baking is eaten after our Wednesday runs. I have joined the committee to help support and facilitate running of the club and our annual Grand Prix. 

LGBT5k Festival of Running

Remy Bullimore (They/Them)


I started running in 2018 after getting a place in the Great North Run and haven’t stopped since (a few injuries aside). I joined NFR in 2019 and really love the social aspects of the club, the inclusivity and the all the cake! In 2021, I joined the club committee as Socials and Communications Officer.

LGBT5k Festival of Running

Grace Lewis (She/Her)


I'm Grace, I've been a Newcastle Frontrunners member since 2016. I love that the club is super inclusive of all running abilities. Since joining, I've tried cross country and trail running, both things I never thought I'd enjoy. I've taken part in  several half marathons abroad with the club, travelling to Amsterdam, Berlin and Copenhagen! Going on these trips to run and take in the sights has been great. This year I'm excited to get involved with organising the annual LGBT+5k event.

Socials and Communications

Steven MacDonald (He/His)


I joined the club in 2018 after training solo for the Edinburgh Marathon, I wanted to continue my training with the support of a club and also to meet others from the LGBTQ+ community. I became a LiRF with the club in 2019, usually leading in the Blue/Violet groups, and always enjoy a new running challenge.

Socials and Communications

David Nevins (He/His)


I have been running for years and decided to join the club to meet new people and to have further incentive and motivation to run. I joined the club in Jan ‘22 and have never looked back. Even though it can be daunting starting somewhere new, I’ve found everyone welcoming and there is a place for running at all sorts of levels 1+ miles to ultra-marathons, and the social side is also great.

Welfare Officers

Jocasta Williams (She/Her) &

David Rushton (He/His)

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