Royal Parks Half Marathon
Join Team Purple and run through four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens as well as past iconic sites such as Buckingham Palace and the Royal Albert Hall.
This year you have the chance to join our biggest ever team as we run in support of people with epilepsy!
When: 10 October 2021
Registration for our charity places in 2021 has now closed. If you would be interesting in running for us with one of our charity places in 2022 please contact the fundraising team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
How we will support you
- Dedicated support from our fundraising team
- Epilepsy Society t-shirt and running vest to wear throughout your training and/or on race day
- Full fundraising pack including fundraising guides and materials
- Access to Epilepsy Society’s running hub that includes training guides and timetables
- A Team Purple cheering squad on the day.
How will I cope?
You'll have access to all of our training guides and resources to help you get ready for the day itself. The route has been voted the world's most stunning half marathon, so there will be plenty of incredible views to look at as you take part in the event. With the passion and motivation to make a difference behind every stride, we know you can do it (and are so excited to see what you achieve!)
How much do I need to raise?
The minimum sponsorship target for charity place runners if £350 and we’ll do all we can to help you achieve that target. We’ll provide you with bags of ideas, tips and materials to help you with your fundraising and be there at the end of the phone when you want to talk anything through. Please note, the sponsorship target and registration fee does not apply to own place runners but every penny you raise will help us to continue our work for people with epilepsy.
Join our 2021 London Marathon team with your ballot place or apply to run for one of our charity places in the 2022 London Marathon!
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