Great North Run

Take on the largest half marathon in the world and help us support those affected by a blood cancer diagnosis.

Location: Newcastle

Challenge Level:

Distance: 13.1 miles

Booking Fee: £25 + transaction fee

Fundraising Goal: £350

When: 13 September 2020

Take on the Great North Run for blood cancer patients

The Great North Run is the largest half marathon in the world, and you could race it for all those affected by blood cancer.

Whether you’re new to running, or you’re a half marathon veteran, we want people just like you to join #TeamLC on 13th September 2020.

I need a charity place

We have a limited amount of charity places available in the 2020 Great North Run. Places are given in a first come first served and must be booked online. To sign-up to run the Great North Run for Leukaemia Care you’ll need to pay a £25 booking fee (plus transaction fee) and commit to raising a minimum of £350.*

All members of #TeamLC will receive a complementary charity running vest to wear on the day, and the money raised will help us support all those affected by a blood cancer diagnosis.

Booking fee: £25 + transaction fee

Fundraising goal: £350

Book your place here.

I have a place in the ballot

That’s great news, you are one of the lucky ones.

As a ballot runner, you’ll get all the perks that our gold bond runners* get just without the minimum sponsorship – of course, we’d love you to fundraise for us, but anything you raise will be a massive help and will allow us to continue to support those affected by a blood cancer diagnosis.

If you’d like to make your ballot place count, all we ask you to do is fill in our quick form so that we can make sure you are getting the same perks as our gold bond runners.

Register your ballot place with #TeamLC here.

If you are interested in this event, or if you would like further information, please call us on 01905 755 977, or email us.

*Please ensure you read the event terms and conditions before signing up.

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