London Marathon

London Marathon 2019

Are you interested in signing up for the London Marathon in 2019?


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28th April 2019

Have you been inspired by this year’s London Marathon runners and are thinking of taking on this challenge in 2019? If so, then please get in touch to reserve your space in this once-in-a-lifetime event!

Runners can either sign up now and fully reserve their space with a registration fee (if you are not waiting on ballot results). Alternatively, if you have entered the London Marathon Ballot, the results will be released in October and you will find out then if you have been successful or not.

If you find out you have not been successful in securing a ballot place, then please get in touch asap to register for one of our charity places.

Charity places do involve a set minimum sponsorship to raise.  We will ask for £150 upon registration which goes towards the cost of the space, and then a further £1650 in sponsorship (excluding Gift Aid).

Any runners who are lucky enough to secure a ballot place, are still welcome to join our charity team.  You will have all the same benefits that the charity place runners have, however there would be no set minimum to raise, just anything you are able to is much appreciated!

Any runners who join the Round Table Children’s Wish team, including ballot runners, can expect the following:

  • A Fundraising Pack
  • A Running Vest in your chosen size
  • Lots of fundraising support and advice
  • On the day guidance and support
  • Charity hotel information
  • Invite to our pasta party
  • A free coach transfer to the start line if staying at the charity hotel
  • Information about staying in London
  • The great feeling of running for a very small charity, whilst making a BIG difference

Those who wish to register via the button at the top of the page, will need to contact to obtain the access code to enter registration.

If you want to find out more, please contact Sam on 01202 514515 or email

Useful Links

Virgin Money London Marathon


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