London Landmark Half Marathon

Join us and celebrate the culture and spirit of London along this fantastic city centre route.

Location: London

Challenge Level:

Distance: 13.1 miles

Booking Fee: £1 + transaction fee

Fundraising Goal: £299

When: 29 March 2020

Run a half marathon for blood cancer patients!

Join us and other #TeamLC runners as you take on the London Landmarks Half Marathon for Leukaemia Care. This half marathon running challenge starts on Pall Mall, and from there you will head towards Nelson’s Column and on to other famous London Landmarks including St Paul’s Cathedral, the Bank of England, The Gherkin, and Tower of London before heading to Big Ben and on to the finish near Downing Street.

How to enter

London Landmarks Ballot

The London Landmarks Half Marathon 2020 ballot is now closed. The only way you will be able to get a place in the race is with a charity. If you feel up for the challenge, we’d love to have you on #TeamLC.

When the ballot is announced and you are one of the successful ones to bag your self a place, we’d love you to run for us. You’ll get all the perks of a charity place runner but without the minimum sponsorship.

London Landmarks charity places

If you are unsuccessful in the London Landmarks ballot, don’t worry you can bag yourself a place in the race with one of our charity places.

Our charity places are a great way to make a difference. All we ask is that you pay a £1 booking fee and that you pledge to raise a minimum of £299 in sponsorship (excluding Gift Aid).

Join #TeamLC and sign up today!

By joining #TeamLC for the London Landmarks you’ll receive:

  • A charity running vest to wear while training and, on the day,
  • A supportive cheer point along the route
  • Encouraging emails from our events team full of fundraising and running tips

For more information about the event contact our team on or call 01905 755977

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

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