09.05.2022

Join The Race To End Homelessness With WLM


Are you interested in running an iconic half marathon and raising vital funds for local charity WLM (West London Mission)? Now is your chance! The Royal Parks Half Marathon is taking place on 9 October 2022 and they are looking for runners to take part.

WLM empowers people affected by homelessness, poverty and trauma to make positive changes in their lives. By taking part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon for WLM you will be enabling them to continue to support people into accommodation and employment.

This stunning central London Half Marathon takes place around some of the capital’s world-famous landmarks and in four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens.

Whether you’re a beginner or a regular runner, there is plenty of time to begin training and WLM will support you with your training and fundraising along the way. You will also receive a free WLM running t-shirt. Public spaces have completely sold out for this event so the only way to take part is by running for a charity. Charity spaces are limited and will definitely sell out so be sure to register as soon as possible to save yourself a space in this iconic race.

If you are interested in running for WLM please fill in this online form by clicking here. The deadline to complete this form is 20 August 2022, there are only limited spaces.

For more information about the marathon please visit: https://royalparkshalf.com/ or email Zoë at zoe.gardner@wlm.org.uk. Do let us know if you decide to take part as we would like to feature your half marathon journey in our newsletter contact smartergiving@bakerstreetq.co.uk


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