Richmond RUNFEST – Marathon 2020

13/09/2020

Join #TeamARUK using your own place

If you already have a place in this event, do let us know.
There’s no minimum sponsorship target and we can provide help and support with your fundraising.

Apply for a #TeamARUK charity place

Registration Fee: £25 (*)
Minimum sponsorship: £400

Join #TeamARUK at the unique Richmond Runfest Marathon and run through the stunning Royal Botanical Gardens World Heritage Site.

This flat course takes you past several amazing landmarks including Palm House, Kew Palace, Ham House and Richmond Bridge.

After you’ve crossed the finish line you can celebrate in style at the post-race festival, which has something for all the family!

Don’t miss out on a place – sign up now!

(*) Richmond RUNFEST have introduced a ‘Rainbow of Hope’ theme this year to spread hope and togetherness at a time when we all need it. As a token of our gratitude, we’d like to offer a £0 registration fee for key workers.

Please email sportingevents@alzheimersresearchuk.org and tell us about your role as a key worker so we can provide you with an exclusive discount code to use when you sign up.

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Find this event

Address:
Richmond, London, TW9 3AB, United Kingdom.

When you join #TeamARUK you’ll receive:

  • Help and support from a dedicated fundraising team.
  • A fundraising pack bursting with hints and tips.
  • A free Alzheimer’s Research UK running vest or technical t-shirt.
  • Access to fundraising materials, cheer packs for friends and family, and more.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the Fundraising team.

If you like what you see but can’t make this event, why not check out our full events calendar and find something that suits you? Click here to explore.

 

Our work isn’t possible without amazing supporters like you, and by running for Alzheimer’s Research UK you’re funding pioneering research to change the lives of people with dementia and their families.

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