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Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon

Help us to make the discoveries that defeat cancer by taking part in Britain’s most beautiful city run. The stunning 13.1 mile route takes you past superb views of the capital through Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Green Park and St James's Park, and along the River Thames past London’s iconic landmarks.

* We are offering 50% off all our charity places in the month of March. Get your place today! *

Sign up for £17.50 in March

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Key Facts

Event date
Sunday 13 October 2019
Registration fee
£35 (once your place is confirmed)
Minimum sponsorship amount
£365
Deadline for applications
Monday 29 July 2019

Get your place for 50% off in the month of March

Secure your place for 2019!

Our places for the 2019 race are now open. To secure your place please fill in our online application form.

Sign up for £17.50 in March

Be part of our ground-breaking team

As part of #teamICR, you will receive:

  • An ICR or Everyman running vest
  • A fundraising pack with tips on reaching your target
  • Advice on training, nutrition and health
  • ICR branded materials to support your fundraising
  • Support from our dedicated events team throughout your training
  • Lively and enthusiastic encouragement from our cheer squad on the day

Contact us

Get in touch with us on 020 7153 5307 or by emailing [email protected]

We also have a number of ways you can keep in touch with us and the ICR. Join our #teamICR Facebook group to chat to other ICR fundraisers and get tips, advice and see what everyone else is up to, sign up to our e-newletter Search, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

 

Key Facts

Event date
Sunday 13 October 2019

Registration fee
£35 (once your place is confirmed)

Minimum sponsorship amount
£365

Deadline for applications
Monday 29 July 2019

Contact the sports team

If you're interested in taking part, please email us on [email protected], or call us on 0207 153 5307.

Doing it for dad

When her father was diagnosed with stomach cancer, Stella Faughnan was devastated, but decided to fulfil her ambition of running the London Marathon.