Following the success of our status as Official National Charity of the Bristol Half Marathon in 2014, we want to recruit our biggest running team ever in 2015 and take on the 13.1 mile course whilst helping people living with cancer.This is Bristol’s most prestigious sporting event and will see around 15,000 runners take part. Join us for a day you'll never forget!
About the race
The Bristol Half Marathon takes place on the 13th September 2015. The race starts on the historic Harbourside before heading out along the Portway passing underneath the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. The second half of the race takes you all around the city centre where the streets are lined with fans cheering you right across the finish line. With a flat course and an atmosphere that will motivate and carry you through the 13.1 miles, the event is perfect for your first half marathon or beating your personal best!
How much do I have to raise?
You can get a guaranteed place for just £38. We would love each runner to raise minimum of £180 as this would fund one person with cancer to attend our Living Well course. These courses demonstrate how diet, exercise and lifestyle changes can make a huge difference to living with the impact of cancer. If you have your own place we simply ask you to raise as much as you can!
How do I enter?Entry opens in March 2015 but if you would like to registaer your interest before simply email email@example.com. Go on, get running and help people living with cancer.
Supporting you every step of the way…
Our runners are very important to us and we really want you to feel like part of the team. As such, we will provide:a
A 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 to keep you goingOur friendly events team at the end of the phone, always available to answer your questions
“I run for Penny Brohn Cancer Care again and again because they genuinely care about their runners; I felt part of a team. I feel proud to be able to help such a wonderful charity.”
Neely Good, Bristol Half Marathon runner.