The London Landmarks Half Marathon was once again due to take place on Sunday 29th March, however in light of the uncertain and challenging times currently facing the UK as a result of Coronavirus the event has been postponed to the autumn. A new date will be confirmed shortly.
In the meantime, please continue to give generously to those who have trained and worked incredibly hard for many months in order to take on the challenge. You can still support those who will be running the Half Marathon later this year by donating to their JustGiving pages below.
And if you’re a runner, you can now also take part in the Local Landmarks Challenge! Please CLICK HERE for more information.
Julia Bolton – To donate, please CLICK HERE
Julia Bolton has completed her own half marathon as the LLHM organisers are now encouraging everyone who was taking part in next weekend’s event to go solo and complete the sporting challenge anyway. To read more, please CLICK HERE.
Ed Cozens – CLICK HERE
Ed recently completed his challenge too as part of the Local Landmarks Challenge, running through the North Oxfordshire countryside solo in order to raise vital funds for the charity. To read more, please CLICK HERE.
Fiona Dunger – CLICK HERE
Angie Gray – CLICK HERE
Anna Harrington – CLICK HERE
Linda Lane – CLICK HERE
Hugo Nugent & Louise Rutherford – CLICK HERE
Hugo and Louise have also recently taken part in the Local Landmarks Challenge, doing the so-called ‘Elvedon Landmarks Half Marathon’! To read more, please CLICK HERE.
Last year we had eight fantastic runners take part and this time we have nine more athletes taking on the 13.1 mile challenge in support of Horatio’s Garden.
The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a truly unique opportunity to explore the UK’s capital like never before! All those taking part follow a flat route through Westminster and the City and the run is held on closed roads, so anyone can get involved – indeed, over 13,000 people do each year!
Everyone taking part this year will receive dedicated support from our Events and Communications teams and a warm welcome awaits all participants on race day.
All the money raised by the nine competitors will go directly to Horatio’s Garden, helping us to continue planting hope for spinal injury patients and their families throughout the UK.
We so appreciate all your support and wish everyone luck as they continue to train for the event.