There isn't just one reason to run the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon, there are 600,000. That’s the number of people living with epilepsy in the UK right now.
When: Sunday 8 October 2017
Where: London, United Kingdom
Distance: 13.1 Miles
Registration fee: £25
Minimum sponsorship pledge: £295
About the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon
Starting and finishing at Hyde Park, London, over 16,000 runners take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon through central London, taking in the spectacular sites of the capital and the beautiful Royal Parks.
Running this amazing event for Epilepsy Action will ensure that the 600,000 people living with epilepsy in the UK have access to specialist advice and information. Thanks to incredible runners like you, nobody will have to face living with epilepsy alone.
“Royal Parks was absolutely fantastic! We can’t recommend it enough to anyone who wants to try a half marathon. A stunning route with beautiful views of London’s parks to blow the cobwebs away!” Robyn and Felicity
Need a place?
Epilepsy Action has a number of guaranteed places in the 2017 Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon. In return for a place we ask you to pay a registration fee of £25 and commit to the minimum sponsorship target of £295.
Have your own place?
If you have been successful in securing your own place in the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon then we would be delighted to have you on our team! There is no set minimum sponsorship, we simply ask you to raise what you can.
How we will support you:
We will support you every step of the way and all of our runners will receive:
- A welcome pack full of fundraising tips to help you get started
- Free technical Epilepsy Action running vest
- Fundraising support and encouragement from our dedicated team
- Exclusive access to our Epilepsy Action Heroes Facebook group
- Optional supporters' cheering packs
For further information
For further information on the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon, please contact our events team on +44 (0)113 210 8821 or by emailing email@example.com