London Landmarks Half Marathon

Sunday 7th April 2024

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About the route

As you cover 13.1 miles across the city of London, there is no shortage of iconic landmarks for you to see. The half marathon route takes you past:

• Somerset House
• St Paul’s Cathedral
• The Bank of England
• Monument
• The Tower of London

The final stretch is along the river and over Westminster Bridge finishing at Downing Street. No matter what your experience, this route promises to be memorable! There are plenty of themed cheer squads along the way – their cheer stations are sure to put a spring in your step. There are also musical performances along the route, as well as amazing crowds who cheer you on every step of the way.

Get a charity place

The London Landmarks Half Marathon is organised by Tommy’s – the official partner charity with the largest charity team at the event.

Choose a charity to run for and get a charity place and raise money for an amazing cause – all whilst ticking that half marathon off your bucket list!

 

Support our partner charities

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Cancer Research UK

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Prostate Cancer UK

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MacMillan Cancer Support

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British Heart Foundation

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Tommy’s

Running for Good

To help you get across the finish line we’ve set up the Running for Good hub! Whether you’re a seasoned runner or just starting out, get connected and take a look at our top tips.

Our fundraisers

Julie’s Half Marathon

Julie is running to raise awareness of Breast Cancer and funds for Coppafeel, following her Breast Cancer Diagnosis.

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Kerry’s Half Marathon

Kerry is running for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, to thank them for supporting her daughter, Amelia.

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Hannah’s Half Marathon

Hannah is running for Myaware, in memory of her Grandad, who had Myasthenia Gravis and sadly passed away at the age of 76.

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