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London Landmarks Half Marathon

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Take on London's hottest half marathon

Join 10,000 runners and race round the city's most iconic landmarks.

At a glance

When: TBC

Where: Central London

Distance: 13.1 miles

Please note: the London Landmarks Half Marathon will no longer go ahead on Sunday 29 March 2020. The event's organisers are working to try and secure an alternative date. This page will be updated when further information becomes available.

Over 10,000 runners will be taking part in this new, closed road, central London half marathon. Starting on Pall Mall and finishing by Downing Street, you'll explore the city's quirky hidden secrets and enjoy fabulous views of its most iconic landmarks, including Big Ben, St Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.


Join our team

If you have got your own place for this year’s London Landmarks, why not use this challenge to raise funds for Age UK. You’ll be part of a whole team of Age UK runners taking part on the day and helping us be there for older people and their families when they need us most. Call 020 3033 1097 to join Team Age UK.


You'll receive

  • A fundraising pack crammed full of tips and ideas
  • Personal advice from our running coach
  • Personalised Age UK running vest
  • Support with training and fundraising
  • One of the brightest, loudest cheering points on the day

I wanted to fundraise for Age UK as I know they have a lot of initiatives that help people on a daily basis and I could picture how my sponsorship would be helping.

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We're here to help

Need some support? From training plans to fundraising ideas, we're with you every step of the way. 

Need some help?

Join Team Age UK and we'll be with you every step of the way. Call us on 020 3033 1097 (lines are open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm) or email events@ageuk.org.uk


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