There is no better way to see the World Heritage City of Bath than running around its streets.
Join our Bath Half team today and experience the unforgettable buzz of race day as well all the sites this beautiful city has to offer.
About the race
Starting and finishing in the centre of the city, the Bath Half Marathon is one of the most popular road events in the UK.
The 13.1 mile race is fast and flat making it suitable for all abilities - whether it’s your first half marathon, or a regular runner looking to beat your personal best time.
When is it happening?
The Bath Half Marathon takes place on the 3rd March 2013.
How much do I have to raise?
If you have your own place, we simply ask you to raise as much as you can!
How do I enter?
Unfortunately all places in the Bath Half Marathon have now sold out. However, if you already have your own place and would like to support us please email us at email@example.com or call 01275 370 073.
Supporting you every step of the way…
Free professional running vest, personalised with your name Training guide written by top marathon consultantOur fundraising pack, including personalised sponsor formsRegular training and fundraising e-newslettersAn invitation to visit our Centre to see the difference you're makingOur cheerpoints on the day which will keep you goingOur friendly events team at the end of the phone, always available to answer your questions
Join our Cheerpoints
Our cheerpoints on race day give our runners the huge boost that will help them complete their challenge. We will provide all the materials you will need to have an exciting, noisy, fun filled time.
To volunteer please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and telephone number.
Penny Prisk, Bath Half runner 2011 and 2012
“The training support I received from them was personal, invaluable, and at times really amusing! It was just the right touch all the time. My husband died a week after I ran the Bath Half Marathon, and during the deterioration of his health towards the end, my training support was exactly that, "supportive" without any pressure or expectation... and their healthy flapjacks on race day are worth the gruelling winter training!”