The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a closed road, central London run. It is the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and City of Westminster and will take place on the 24 March 2019.
Over 10,000 runners will start on Pall Mall, finish by Downing Street and have fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye.
The event is owned by baby charity, Tommy's who have developed the event to benefit both themselves and many other charities too.
February fundraiser of the month - Yvette Robinson
When Yvette's daughter was diagnosed with leukaemia, one of the things that kept a smile on her face and her spirits up was the wish that the Make-A-Wish Foundation UK were going to help fulfil. Yvette knows what a difference this can make to a child facing a life-changing illness, and wants to help more children and their families by raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation UK by taking part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon.
December fundraiser of the month - Craig Allan
Craig tragically lost his wife Kerryann to an aggressive form of Motor Neurone Disease. He will be running the London Landmarks Half Marathon in memory of Kerryann, raising money for MND Scotland.
November fundraiser of the month - Robert Miles-Barnard
Robert will be running the London Landmarks Half Marathon on what would have been his father’s 71st birthday. Sadly, his dad passed away in early 2017, and Robert has chosen to take part and raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of him, and to help those affected by cancer.
October fundraiser of the month - Tracy Cotton
Tracy Cotton is raising money for Tommy's the baby charity, in memory of her baby Millie who sadly passed away. Tommy's have been instrumental in supporting Tracy and her husband through the tragedy, and she has managed to raise over £1,300 so far as she prepares for the LLHM.
September fundraiser of the month - Jennie Morris
Jennie is raising money to support the amazing work that Prostate Cancer UK do to help more men survive prostate cancer. She has raised a massive £3,500 already, which will go towards the life-saving research the charity does.
August fundraiser of the month - Matthew Mills
Matthew caught the running bug when he was trying to reduce his weight and change his lifestyle. He went from 20st to 14st, and is undertaking the London Landmarks Half Marathon to provide himself with another challenge, raising money for Make A Wish as part of his run.
July fundraiser of the month - Gemma Winthrop
Gemma is raising money for Alzheimer's Research UK after losing her father to the disease in 2014. She has smashed her target already, raising over £400 so far.
June fundraiser of the month - Alison Ogle
Alison has chosen to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer UK, in memory of her father John Ogle, by taking part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon.
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