Bath Half

16th March 2025

The Bath Half is the largest running event in the South West, bringing together thousands of runners from across the region.

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Explore the city centre of Bath with this delightfully flat route! You might be thinking, how can there be a flat route in one of the UK’s most hilly areas? Great question. You’ll take part in two laps of the City Centre meaning, avoiding the hills; down Pulteney Road to Churchill Bridge, then follow two identical laps from Churchill Bridge, gently rising up past Green Park Station, round Queen Square (where you’ll get the most cheers on race day), then down Charlotte Street and out along the Upper Bristol Road.


This iconic route is definitely one for your bucket list! This annual event boasts historic landmarks across Bath City as well as sensational crowds, plus the safety of runners is guaranteed at this closed road race. You’ll be joined by over 15,000 other amazing runners who’ll keep you going every step of the way!


Are you ready to raise money for amazing charities and clock up those miles in the city’s must-do event? Smash your finish time and your fundraising target with JustGiving. We’ve got practical fundraising tips, so you can focus on what’s important – crossing the finish line of this iconic half marathon.

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Sign up to take part in the 2024 Bath Half taking place on 17th March 2025.

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Our Fundraisers

Alfred’s Bath half 

Alfred ran the Bath Half Marathon in 2023 to raise funds for Jamie’s farm, a residential trip  built around the core elements of Farming, Family, Therapy and Legacy.

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Josie’s Bath Half

Josie took part in the 2023 Bath Half to raise funds for Mind, the mental health charity.

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Bens Bath Half

Ben ran the 2023 Bath Half to help raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society, in memory of his grandfather Terrence.

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