2025 Manchester Marathon

The Manchester Marathon is one of the UK’s premier running events, famous for its fast, flat and friendly route.

Location: Manchester

Challenge Level:

Distance: 26.2 miles

Booking Fee: £30 + booking fee

Fundraising Goal: £300

When: 13 April 2025

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Run the Manchester Marathon for Leukaemia Care

The 2024 event is now SOLD OUT! To take on the 2025 event, get in touch today to register your interest and we will let you know when they go on sale! 

Register your interest for the 2025 event

Drop us an email at events@leukaemiacare.org.uk or call 01905 755977

Please note the date above is TBC!

The Manchester Marathon: Information

They welcome all to take on the 26.2-mile challenge, from superb elite runners, to those who thought completing a marathon would never be possible. Many regular runners find this the ideal event to get a personal best time, whilst everybody finds the incredible Mancunian support throughout the course unforgettable.

We have charity places available for the Manchester Marathon.

Manchester Marathon: The details

Date: TBC (March 2025)

Booking fee: £30 + transaction fee

Fundraising goal: £300 (excluding Gift Aid).

By joining #TeamLC for Manchester you’ll receive:

  • A charity running vest to wear while training and on the day.
  • Encouraging emails from our events team full of fundraising and running tips.
  • A huge thank you from our team for helping to support people with blood cancer.

Any questions?

For more information about the event contact our team on events@leukaemiacare.org.uk or call 01905 755977

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

Got your own place?

We will refund you up to £500 if you take part for Leukaemia Care! Check out our terms and conditions for more information here.

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